how the fuck are we going to get to california?
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
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Tuesday, January 24, 2006
After destroying TV and radio, mega-media corporations are scheming to control what content you can view and which services you can use online.
Streaming video, Internet phones, podcasting and online games are the future of the Internet. But companies like Verizon, AT&T and Comcast want Congress to let them deliver only their own products at super-high speeds … while sticking the rest of us in the slow lane.
This predatory scheme would be a dead end for independent voices and Internet innovators: bloggers, producers, and any new channels and services that might compete with the conglomerates.
The only way to stop them is to raise hell right now:
From its beginnings, the Internet was built on a cooperative, democratic ideal. The infrastructure’s only job was to move data between users — regardless of where it came from or what it contained.
This “network neutrality” fostered a medium that did not exclude anyone, allowed for far-reaching innovations, and created the Internet as we know it.
Past experience shows that when large media companies are left to their own devices, the result is content and services that serve nothing but their bank accounts. An open and independent Internet is the antidote to these media gatekeepers.
If big media companies are allowed to limit the fastest services to those who can pay their toll, upstart Web services, consumers, bloggers and new media makers alike all would be cut off from the digital revolution.
Free Press will deliver a letter to the CEO of your broadband provider and send copies to your members of Congress, urging them to write “network neutrality” into law.
Act now. We must defend our Net freedoms before we lose them altogether.
Saturday, January 14, 2006
I’m wayt oo honeasst drunk or not, how hell I klnow how post liverjhouranl
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Shot 3 rolls of film today, climbing onto roofs of school buildings or shooting test rolls for cross processing, then from 6-11:30pm finished up printing for one assignment and started printing some personal work for critique. Then David and I went out from 12 to now, trespassing and doing night photography, at places such as old race tracks, bird poop covered rickety bridges, questionable construction sites, and abandoned military complexes.
I’m tired as hell, but it was a damn good night.
This semester is going to be insane.
Monday, January 9, 2006
I know I never post photos of myself, so here, you get to see Neil and I ROCKING OUT on the way down to Savannah. Word.
Sunday, January 1, 2006
My in-no-particular-order top ten albums of the past year:
Stars – Set Yourself On Fire
Shapeshifters – Was Here
Blackalicious – The Craft
Ben Folds – Songs for Silverman
Ryan Adams – Cold Roses
Gorillaz – Demon Days
Garbage – Bleed Like Me
Fiona Apple – Extraordinary Machine
Beck – Guero
Takk… – Sigur Ros
These are simply the albums I listened to most of albums that came out in the last year. I listened to a lot more older music.