Make the Most of Indpendent Streaming Media An enormous demonstration against the agents of global capital is in preparation for the Sept. meetings of the World Bank and IMF in Washington D.C. As it has for the last two years since Seattle, the Indymedia network will be springing into action to provide unfiltered coverage that […]
Archive | August, 2001
There are some interesting ideas for making your own DSL line in this here article by Cringely. The plan does require that you have a high-speed connection to the Internet at some point, but it does give good ideas for sharing it in what is likely a more economical way. I like the notion of […]
Pacifica’s Democracy Now in Re-Runs Due to Labor Dispute This is something I’ve meant to post for the last week, but only just gotten to it now… sorry. It’s been a tough two weeks for Amy Goodman, the host of the most popular nationwide progressive news program, Pacifica’s Democracy Now. The program has been in […]
Something else I just stumbled on: “Hardware Handshake: Listserv forms Backbone of National Free Radio Network,” by Ted Coopman, a free-lance radio scholar/researcher, also responsible for Rogue Communication.
Hot Off the Presses: Micro-Film v2n2 For those interested in the power of independent and personal cinema, I can’t recommend enough that you check out the newest issue of Micro-Film–it’s a truly independent ‘zine about independent film. I have an article in this issue on indy documentarian Kevin Keyser and his video “Free Radio.” There’s […]