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Cook Up Dialogue

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A project aiming to establish a heightened sense of connectivity between the chef, the kitchen and the community

We are students that have spent three weeks in Patan, Nepal developing a body of work surrounding the concepts of unlearning photography ...

" the worst thing you did to us was to make politicians out of all of us"

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A haunting piece that articulates the thematic concerns of Memefest 2014, as the author concludes - " the worst thing you did to us was to make politicians out of all of us": http://indianexpress.com/…/book-review-kashmir-the-vajp…/99/

finally the now

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the SPIDER DOMAIN

from the void of discordians era

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a turbulent past

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a still from an old uncompromising work about a different kind of society.

ME ME ME ME (MEME MEME)

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We need food and shelter
that come from our Earth.

We need land and water
seeds, spores and eggs.

We need cattle and bees
for the milk and honey.

We need barley and hops
for the beer and bread.

We ...

A Tribute to Defectiveness

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I'm networking so much lately that my emotional brain is growing
disproportionately, taking over the spoken language neurotic (sic) areas.

I went to the kitchen today, where my housemate P. was making a peanut butter/cucumber sandwich.
'Food!', I ...

ABOUT OPENBLOG

Open blog is a collective blog agregator.  Posts that can be read and viewed here have been originally posted by members of the Memefest community.

While members of the community  are able to check blog posts from the circle of their comrades within the on-line profile, this is the place where you are able to check on everything that has been bloged by anyone on this platform. The toppics and styles are diverse as this community consists of people from very different cultural, social backgrounds and also very different fields of expertice. Together- and through time- we hope – this gives us a good picture of radical communication culture.