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description, argument, collective history


The 0+Network consisted of the following elements: access to existing news groups concerning AIDS and HIV, the AIDS stack of Michael Tidmus, the electronic gallery, reports about the events in San Francisco and Paradiso created by the edit group and personal communication facilitated in such a way that one did not have to have technological savvy at all.

  • description, collective history, techno-biography

    Sketch of the network

    Caroline Nevejan –

    The 0+Network itself and all the communication and information it facilitated does not exist anymore. Only some printed emails and ...

  • concept, argument, conclusion, theory

    Connecting time

    Caroline Nevejan –

    'Connecting time' is an issue in all three emails. The first Hans was too ill to log on one day, and was capable of logging on the next ...

  • concept, argument, conclusion, techno-biography

    Interface and interaction

    Caroline Nevejan –

    In all three emails nobody writes about the computer as a hurdle to overcome. Apparently computer savvy-ness was not an issue anymore. ...

  • citation, argument, collective history

    Three emails

    Caroline Nevejan –

    Below I will first quote three printed emails that I found in the personal Folders and the Proceedings and discuss the elements I find ...

  • techno-biography

    The potential of networks

    Caroline Nevejan –

    When reading these messages, the techno-biographical layer of this research calls for attention. These emails make me shiver; a feeling ...