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The Black Panther Party Manifesto

The Black Panther Party Manifesto

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carrefouretrange:

Photo published in ‘Art et Réalité, Formes 50’ More on the blog

carrefouretrange:

Photo published in ‘Art et Réalité, Formes 50’ More on the blog

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hyperallergic:

‘bauhaus: zeitschrift für bau und gestaltung’ 2:1, eds. Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy. Dessau, Bauhaus, Feb 1928. 16 p. In German. Printed by C. Dünnhaupt, Dessau. Digitized by Baunet. (image via Monoskop) (via Monoskop Releases Archive of Avant-Garde and Modernist Magazines)

hyperallergic:

‘bauhaus: zeitschrift für bau und gestaltung’ 2:1, eds. Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy. Dessau, Bauhaus, Feb 1928. 16 p. In German. Printed by C. Dünnhaupt, Dessau. Digitized by Baunet. (image via Monoskop) (via Monoskop Releases Archive of Avant-Garde and Modernist Magazines)

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newsweek:

Data breach mystery leads from Arizona counterterrorism site to China - The Center for Investigative Reporting

Lizhong Fan’s desk was among a crowd of cubicles at the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center in Phoenix. For five months in 2007, the Chinese national and computer programmer opened his laptop and enjoyed access to a wide range of sensitive information, including the Arizona driver’s license database, other law enforcement databases, and potentially a roster of intelligence analysts and investigators.

The facility had been set up by state and local authorities in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks, and so, out of concerns about security, Fan had been assigned a team of minders to watch him nearly every moment inside the center. Fan, hired as a contract employee specializing in facial recognition technology, was even accompanied to the bathroom.

However, no one stood in Fan’s way when he packed his equipment one day in early June 2007, then returned home to Beijing.

There’s a lot that remains mysterious about Fan’s brief tenure as a computer programmer at the Arizona counterterrorism center. No one has explained why Arizona law enforcement officials gave a Chinese national access to such protected information. Nor has anyone said whether Fan copied any of the potentially sensitive materials he had access to.

But the people responsible for hiring Fan say one thing is clear: The privacy of as many as 5 million Arizona residents and other citizens has been exposed. Fan, they said, was authorized to use the state’s driver’s license database as part of his work on a facial recognition technology. He often took that material home, and they fear he took it back to China.

Under Arizona law, then-Gov. Janet Napolitano and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose agencies admitted Fan into the intelligence center, were required to disclose to the public any “unauthorized acquisition and access to unencrypted or unredacted computerized data” that includes names and other personal information.

To this day, they have not.

[[Lizhong Fan, seen in his passport photo, had access to a range of sensitive information. (Credit: Courtesy of Steve Greschner)]]

newsweek:

Data breach mystery leads from Arizona counterterrorism site to China - The Center for Investigative Reporting

Lizhong Fan’s desk was among a crowd of cubicles at the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center in Phoenix. For five months in 2007, the Chinese national and computer programmer opened his laptop and enjoyed access to a wide range of sensitive information, including the Arizona driver’s license database, other law enforcement databases, and potentially a roster of intelligence analysts and investigators.

The facility had been set up by state and local authorities in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks, and so, out of concerns about security, Fan had been assigned a team of minders to watch him nearly every moment inside the center. Fan, hired as a contract employee specializing in facial recognition technology, was even accompanied to the bathroom.

However, no one stood in Fan’s way when he packed his equipment one day in early June 2007, then returned home to Beijing.

There’s a lot that remains mysterious about Fan’s brief tenure as a computer programmer at the Arizona counterterrorism center. No one has explained why Arizona law enforcement officials gave a Chinese national access to such protected information. Nor has anyone said whether Fan copied any of the potentially sensitive materials he had access to.

But the people responsible for hiring Fan say one thing is clear: The privacy of as many as 5 million Arizona residents and other citizens has been exposed. Fan, they said, was authorized to use the state’s driver’s license database as part of his work on a facial recognition technology. He often took that material home, and they fear he took it back to China.

Under Arizona law, then-Gov. Janet Napolitano and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose agencies admitted Fan into the intelligence center, were required to disclose to the public any “unauthorized acquisition and access to unencrypted or unredacted computerized data” that includes names and other personal information.

To this day, they have not.

[[Lizhong Fan, seen in his passport photo, had access to a range of sensitive information. (Credit: Courtesy of Steve Greschner)]]

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nonrockandroll:

Panfletos No Rock and Roll (2)
-Fragmento de “On Art (A very Short Polemic Manifesto)” Gruoo SPART Action 2006
-Abandona el Arte/Salva a los Hambrientos, Tony Lowes 1986

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ryanpanos:

Scrublands | Antoine Bruy | Via

Whenever the emails pile up or the traffic grinds to a crawl, many of us fantasize about leaving it all behind and unplugging from the grid. The people in Antoine Bruy’s ongoing photo series Scrublands have actually followed through, disconnecting from the trappings of modern life even when it means jumping into a new lifestyle they know nothing about.

“I wanted to meet them and see how they managed to learn something which they were not used to,” says Bruy, who lives in France. “Most of the people are not from farming families or anything.”

Bruy has been photographing around Europe for the project since 2012, visiting some 15 encampments in his home country as well as in Romania, Spain, Switzerland, and Wales. He’s focused on those who survive as sustenance farmers, by raising livestock, or hunting. Now he’s holding a crowdfunding campaignbecause he’d like to extend the project to the United States, the country whose history he says inspired many of his subjects.

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neopetcemetery:

Falkirk Wheel - Falkirk Scotland

The Falkirk Wheel takes about as much energy as it would to boil about 8 kettles of water

neopetcemetery:

Falkirk Wheel - Falkirk Scotland

The Falkirk Wheel takes about as much energy as it would to boil about 8 kettles of water

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grupaok:

Carlos Rosario Saldi, Rosariazo, 1969

grupaok:

Carlos Rosario Saldi, Rosariazo, 1969

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