Comments: hoy no, please.

Hola Fran,

great to hear the bits and pieces of yur berlin / transmediale experiences ...

and thanks so much for this here awesome thread of blogs ! i'm really psyched to be in this community ( just wish i had more time to translate the spanish bits )

sounds like high intensity there ! a whirlwind of networks. all the best in working out the current bugs... zum beispiel Geld !

as i recall winters in berlin can have a way to put one through deep massive catharsis .
once when things got really heavy at the end of a long conference i was about to crash and found myself scooped up by some friends and dropped into Blub ( baden) in Neukoln ... we actually managed to sneak in somehow ... sorry don't remember the trick .


here in SF i've started working with a new documentary film team and researching the current immigration detention horrors here ...
( i will write more on this later )
and the model of noborder work keeps coming up as inspiration !

wish i could come hang w/ you and florian , and can't wait to hear of new borderhack incarnations !!!

peace+urgency ,

ps. still waiting to hear from some old friends ... to put you in touch ...stay tuned.

Posted by podp at February 5, 2003 01:56 AM

Man, don't know what to say. It is so awfull when you want to go on, and you know you can pull it off, but then there is this thing called money.

But when I picture it happening against a Berlin background it sounds like a great starting point for a novel/movie, or a biography.

Posted by Jeroen Goulooze at February 5, 2003 05:32 AM
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