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Wright Steve
Steve Wright began his work on science and technology policy, after taking a BSc at the University of Manchester in 1975. He went on to study for a PhD at the University of Lancaster's Richardson Institute for Peace Studies with a thesis on New Police Technology and Sub-State Conflict Control. This work was interrupted by a Special Branch police raid in 1977 after Wright uncovered the embryonic telephone tapping system which ran microwave towers from near the university all the way to the NSA's biggest satellite interceptions installation at Menwith Hill.
born Stefan Joel Weisser, on February 8, 1951 in Los Angeles, California is an American text-sound artist and mystic who is perhaps best known for his work as a catacoustic (reflected sound-based) percussionist.

He has worked as a professional musician since 1963, and is regarded as a pioneer of industrial music.
Zavarsky Irene
Doktorandin am Institut für Politikwissenschaft an der Uni Wien und

Mitarbeiterin im Graduziertenzentrum der Sozialwissenschaftlichen

Zehle Soenke
Soenke Zehle is a German researcher on the main topics of autonomous media, environmental justice, cross-border/migrant worker organizations. He taught courses on ethnic and environmental studies, contemporary philosophy, and postcolonial literature. Currently he is completing a doctoral project: Ecology & Empire: Indigenous Peoples in the Biodiversity Process.
Zendron Rainer
arbeitete in zahlreichen Linzer Kulturinitiativen und -institutionen, insbesondere

Stadtwerkstatt und Festival der Regionen sowie als Kurator im

OK; aktuell als Vizerektor der Kunstuniversität Linz.
Zerzan John
born 1943; he is an American anarchist and primitivist philosopher and author.
Zifroni Gon
Metahaven, Amsterdam and Brussels; media artist and web-programmer
Ćurčić Branka
New Media Center_kuda.org, Novi Sad, Serbia
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...is a semantically connected content repository, which contains documents on 15 years of new practices in art and media.

Based on an extensive archive going back to 1994 the site collects materials that serve as important reference documents in the field of new media, politics, and art and makes them accessible to a wider public. Instead of a hierarchically structured archive an experimental navigation interface opens up new ways to explore large information nodes. Documents are associated by a range of tag that allow to filter relevance according to topics and issue relations. ASCR, short for Advanced Semantic Content Repository, is the open source information architecture and "editing back end" of Future Non Stop.

Future Non Stop is a project of:
Institute for New Culture Technologies/ t0.
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