KH and PM published their untitled ‘zine’, an edition of 20. The zine is mainly a collection of photocopies — essays about art, some poetry, recipes, short stories, drawings and some blank pages.
A Conversation between Joseph Kosuth and Felix Gonzalez-Torres.
An invitation to contribute.
Jonathan Lethem argues for the open source of ideas. Radio Open Source discusses it. Casual discusions about art seems to place a premium on singular voices; but I value the remix, the detourne and the inherent discourse of handling the gifts of open source.
SuperBowl in Miami. My money is on the Colts.
More importantly — two of the six NFL black coaches will be featured in the game. Here is a related Op-Ed.
Another editorial, by jsmooth.
Audrey Hynes, artist, blogger.
A film by Danny Glover. The film is rumored to feature Angela Bassett, Don Cheadle, Mos Def, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Wesley Snipes, among others.
Here is FAQ on how to approach the filmmakers.
NPR and American RadioWorks are documenting the history of radio. Here, here and there. Music and Christmas played pivotal roles.
On the evening of December 24, 1906 (Christmas Eve), Fessenden used the alternator-transmitter to send out a short program from Brant Rock, which included his playing the song O Holy Night on the violin and reading a passage from the Bible.