Linkage: July 2007 Archives
- Metroblogging Pittsburgh: Blogging Can Change The World
While Barry and James are unlikely to stay always near the top of the DYI heap in terms of web traffic, It's likely they are close to being the two most important people to have emerged in the art world in the last 25 years. I for one, learned to understa
tags: selfpromotion bloggy jameswagner
- Summer's Seven-Day Week - New York Times
a travel article on skipping Chelsea in August and heading to the Lower East Side to see some bloggy favorites like SUNDAY, Thierry Goldberg, and Jen Bekman
tags: art travel gallery nyc lowereastside
- Saatchi Online begins showing the NY art world videos of James Kalm
tags: art video nyc williamsburg jameskalm saatchi
- BROWN: FUNNY NOISES
This show in London looks awesome: "An Egalitarian Presentation of Selected Experimental Recordings from 1924-1981 curated by Justin Lieberman"
tags: sound experimental music justinlieberman art london
- Future Shipwreck - Queer Men Who (Indie) Rock
a list of queer men in indie rock from a 19-year-old's excellent blog
tags: music queer indierock
- Review of Elle Flanders show at Akau, Inc. (Toronto)
"What Isn't There" involves the Toronto-based filmmaker and photographer's tracing down and documenting the sites of Palestinian villages in Israel that no longer exist.
tags: art toronto reviews elleflanders israel palestine photography
- Location is everything | Mike Luckovich
check out this perspective on fighting them "over there"
tags: iraq pakistan war alqaeda
- BUY (LESS) CRAP!
an alternative to the Gap's (RED) campaign encourages people to donate directly rather than via buying stuff
tags: consumerism gap aids
- Daily Kos: The Boobs at the Washington Post
The Washington post devotes an entire article to the fact that Hillary Clinton has breasts.
tags: stupid politics media washintonpost hillaryclinton
- Did Military and Media Mislead Us? Most Outside Insurgents in Iraq Come from Saudi Arabia
The Los Angeles Times reports today that according to a senior U.S. military officer and Iraqi lawmakers, about 45% of all foreign militants "targeting U.S. troops and Iraqi civilians and security forces are from Saudi Arabia." Only 15% are from Syria and
tags: iraq war syria iran saudiarabia
- Vulture Droppings - interview with art bloggers Libby Rosof and Robert Fallon
tags: art philadelphia blog
- Sen. Mike Gravel: Why I Wasn't Invited to the Debate on Gay Issues
The Human Rights Campaign refused to invite him because didn't raise enough money despite being the most pro-gay presidential candidate. Perhaps they were afraid to have his positions compared to those of Hillary or Obama?
tags: queer gay politics mikegravel humanrightscampaign hrc
- GOP Florida State Rep. Allen Charged in Gay Oral Sex Solicitation
More fun news from the "family values" crowd. I love the fact that there was a "reuters caeers" ad on the right side of the page when I read it.
tags: gay sex publicsex hypocrisy gop florida
- SUMMERCAMP! - Documentary Film - Bradley Beesley and Sarah Price
Opens at IFC Film Center July 18 for one week; Sarah also co-produced the "Yes Men"
tags: movie summercamp documentary
- TheHill.com - Flynt is tracking 20 congressional sex scandal leads
Larry Flynt, the porn-industry magnate who first linked Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) to the escort service of the "D.C. Madam," said Wednesday that his investigators are tracking more than 20 leads on alleged congressional sex scandals.
tags: sex politics congress hypocrisy
- onNYTurf: Reciting First Amendment in Front of NYPD = Harassment of a Public Official
Reverend Billy was arrested for "Harassment of a Public Official" for reciting the First Amendment to the NYPD gathered to harass Critical Mass.
tags: nypd civilliberties firstamendment reverendbilly freespeech criticalmass bicycle
- Infoshop News - Exxon Hacks the Yes Men
One day after the Yes Men made a joke announcement that ExxonMobil plans to turn billions of climate-change victims into a brand-new fuel called Vivoleum, the Yes Men's upstream internet service provider shut down Vivoleum.com, the Yes Men's spoof website
tags: exxonmobil yesmen parody isp oil
- Silas H. Rhodes Dies at 91; Built School of Visual Arts - New York Times
Silas H. Rhodes, co-founder of a trade school for cartoonists and illustrators in Manhattan that he built into the School of Visual Arts
tags: art school sva nyc
- New media powerhouse Eyebeam now a decade old
Article in Chelsea Now on Eyebeam
tags: eyebeam art newmedia gallery nonprofit chelsea