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The First Official Cyberwar has begun

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It was in 2004, when we created a whole Memefest Festival around the Cyberwar theme. Besides the "Design is not enough" manifesto, the main text that served as a festival provocation for people around the world to create media and ...

Paper Sky

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Next one on our Blogging TV - images from MemeTV -series. This one was submitted to our second festival in year 2003. Really nice. I wonder what the author - Marco Perugini is doing this days.

Okupator

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Here is the next video from this short curated blogging TV from MemeTV series.

It was produced by students of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana, as part of a nation wide campaign we did at Poper ...

EMPIRE

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In this short curated series that i'll call Blogging TV, we will have a look at some of the previous moving images Memefest submissions now all published at MEMETV. Here is the first one:

Empire is a 1 minute ...

“Goldman Sachs rules the world”. Media hoax, marketing campaign or pure truth?

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I have come across this video yesterday and looked at it several times. I was astonished by the directness of this trader who told the whole world through the BBC that he dreams every night about a global economic crisis ...

Class Wargames presents: Guy Debord’s “The Game of War”

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Just got an email from Richard Barbrook- whose fantastic "The High-Tech Gift Economy" text is going to be published in our Memefest reader this November.

He is working on this fantastic project. Here is a description and the first part ...

ABOUT MEMEBLOG

Hey, welcome to the official Memefest blog!

Since 2003 we have been using a blog platform as tactical media to reflect, critique, comment and inform around the broad field of communication. Now in 2010 with our newly conceived on-line platform we hope that through time this space will evolve in a collaborative blog media with a wider group of contributors to the global discourse around social responsibility of media and communication. Stuff that you can find here is either original or carefully and originally edited from other sources.  There is a good chance that you will find things that will be of good use for you too if you follow us more regularly.

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