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Diendorfer Gertraud
Gertraud Diendorfer ist seit 2000 Geschäftsführerin des Demokratiezentrums Wien. Von 2006-2008 lehrte sie am Institut für Zeitgeschichte an der Universität Wien, war bis 2008 stellvertretende Leiterin des Ludwig Boltzmann Instituts für Europäische Geschichte und Öffentlichkeit; seit 1989 Seit 1989 leitende Mitarbeit an Forschungsprojekten zu zeitgeschichtlichen und demokratiepolitischen Themen.
Dimitrova Galina
curator and art program coordinator of InterSpace Media Art Centre, Sofia where she has been working since 1999. Her professional interests lie in new media art, net-based projects and interactive installations. Among her curatorial projects are "Urban Cycles", "Macrovideo" (public space video installations), and "Schizoid Architecture" (net-art).
Diva Midori
"Fetish Diva", Domina, educator, author, model, performer, muse, and self confessed jock.

Raised Happa Howlei (half white) in a feminist household in Tokyo, she moved to America at age 13. Intelligence officer in the US Army, she graduated University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Psychology.
Dixit Kunda
Born in Nepal Kunda Dixit was Asia-Pacific Director of the Inter Press Service from 1990 to 1996 and Director of the Panos Institute South Asia from 1997 to 2000. He has also worked as an editor and publisher for the Nepali Times.
Dobusch Leonhard
Leonhard Dobusch is assistant professor on organization theory in the Management Department at Freie Universität Berlin. Prior to this, he had received a postdoctoral fellowship from the

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne and was visiting researcher at Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society and the Social Science Research Center Berlin. He holds a Magister in business administration as well as a law degree and received his PhD in the doctoral program "Research on Organizational Paths" at the Freie Universität Berlin. His main research interests include the management of digital communities and private regulation via standards, specifically in the field of copyright.
Dominigues Ricardo
Ricardo Dominguez is a co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT), a group who developed Virtual-Sit-In technologies in 1998 in solidarity with the Zapatista communities in Chiapas, Mexico. He is Senior Editor of The Thing (bbs.thing.net) and former member of Critical Art Ensemble.
Drahos Peter
Peter Drahos is Professor at he Australian National University. His book on intellectual property, co-authored with John Braithwaite, is 'Information Feudalism: Who Owns The Knowledge Economy?' (Earthscan, London, 2002 and the New Press, New York, 2003).
Duguid Paul
adjunct professor in the School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley, and a research fellow at Queen Mary, University of London. He is co-author, with John Seely Brown, of The Social Life of Information

Dvorská Alice
Alice Dvorská works as activist on different aspects of "globalization" and is press agent of INPEG.
Eastwood (CS)
Eastwood - Real Time Strategy Group is a group dedicated to the strategic research of relations between information technology and cultural practice. Eastwood establishes platforms for the understanding of basic principles of the information society and the wider implications that a new social and class system brings.
Eckersley Peter
Peter Eckersley is a Staff Technologist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

He is currently working on his thesis entitled The implications of digital technology for the logic of copyright law in the department of Computer Science and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia at the University of Melbourne.
Eden John
John Eden is press officer of the Association of Autonomous Astronauts (AAA).
Eismann Sonja
lebt als Journalistin und Kulturwissenschaftlerin in Wien und Berlin.
Empson Erik
Erik Empson is an independent researcher and thinker in the field of philosophy and politics. She has collaborated with Arianna Bove in the dissemination and discussion of new political philosophies within electronic media, with the aim of fostering non-institutional spaces for generative and participatory critiques of the present.
Escolar Ignacio
Ignacio Escolar is a journalist. He is the editor of Spanishpop.net, collaborates with http://www.gsmbox.es and with the monthly magazine GEO, and is responsible for “El Navegante”, the section of Informativos Telecinco 1:30 (TV5’s News Programme) devoted to the Internet.
Feßler Anne Katrin
geboren in Frankfurt am Main, studierte Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft

sowie Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Wien;

arbeitete zunächst im Bereich kultureller Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und

Kunstvermittlung (u.a. Generali Foundation 1994-2002); von 2001 bis

Jänner 2008 für die Onlineplattform derStandard.at tätig, zuletzt als

Leiterin des Kulturressorts; diverse Katalog-, Magazin- und Buchbeiträge

sowie Jurytätigkeiten, Podien, Moderationen; arbeitet seit 2005 als freie

Journalistin und Kunstkritikerin, überwiegend für die Tageszeitung Der

Figueroa Sarriera Heidi J.
Heidi J. Figueroa-Sarriera is Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Rio Piedras Campus, University of Puerto Rico. As a transdisciplinary social psychologist she is involved in research on cultural representations of high-tech designs and human-machines interfaces. She teaches Social Psychology at graduate and undergraduate level as well as graduate seminars on new technology and emerging subjectivities. She is assistant editor with Steven Mentor and Chris Hables Gray (Editor) of The Cyborg Handbook (1995) and co-edited with Madeline Roman and Maria Milagros Lopez (1994) Más allá de la bella (in)diferencia: Revision Postfeminista y otras escrituras possibles.
Filzmaier Peter
Politikwissenschaftler, Donau-Universität Krems, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz.
Fiorella Terenzi
Fiorella Terenzi is an Italian astrophysicist, author and musician who is best known for taking recordings of radio waves from galaxies and turning them into music; currently based in the United States.
Fleming Jim
editor and publisher of Autonomedia in New York City.
Franck Doro
Dorothea Franck, geboren 1948 in Schwäbisch Hall.

Studium der Fächer Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft in Deutschland und Frankreich

1972 M.A. in Theoretischer Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Konstanz

1979 Promotion in Allgemeiner Sprachwissenschaft, Universität von Amsterdam,

Forschungsprojekte und Lehraufträge in Deutschland, und in den Niederlanden im Bereich Sprachtheorie, linguistische Pragmatik und Gesprächsanalyse

1977-2000 Dozentin für Stilwissenschaft am Institut für Allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft an der Universität von Amsterdam

1990 - 1999 Lehrauftrag für Semiotik am Königlichen Konservatorium, Den Haag, Abteilung Bild und Klang

Seit Ende der 80er- Jahre Verlagerung des Schwerpunktes auf den Bereich Poetik, Sprachphilosophie und Kunst. Seit 2000 freiberuflich tätig. Vorträge, Essays, Seminare, Medienarbeit, Beratung. Sie wohnt und arbeitet in Amsterdam.
Franck Georg
Georg Franck, geboren 1946 in Schwäbisch Hall, ist ein deutscher Architekt, Stadtplaner und Software-Entwickler. Franck veröffentliche u.a. "Die Ökonomie der Aufmerksamkeit. Ein Entwurf" (1998)
Fringeli Christoph
Activities in underground publishing and distribution of magazines, records.

Organisation of events and involvements in multiple name concepts.

editor of datacide (Magazine) and runs Praxis (records) and co-runs Sub/version (records) with Vienna's DJ Pure; Switzerland
Fuller Matthew
Matthew Fuller is the author of 'How to Sleep, in art, biology and culture', (Bloomsbury). Other titles include, include 'Media Ecologies, materialist energies in art and technoculture', (MIT) 'Behind the Blip, essays on the culture of software' and ‘Elephant & Castle’. (both Autonomedia) With Usman Haque, he is co-author of 'Urban Versioning System v1.0' (ALNY) and with Andrew Goffey, of ‘Evil Media’. (MIT) Editor of 'Software Studies, a lexicon', (MIT) and co-editor of the journal Computational Culture, he is involved in a number of projects in art, media and software. He is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Fusco Coco
Coco Fucso, born 1960, is an interdisciplinary artist and writer. Fusco has performed and curated throughout America and internationally, and currently is the Chair of the Fine Art Department at Parsons The New School for Design.
Gabri Rene
Rene Gabri, born in Tehran, moved to Athens, then Los Angeles, now based in New York. His solo projects, are largely based around the mediums of film, video, audio and text.

Rene was also involved in setting up 16Beaver. Since that time he has been actively involved in maintaining an ongoing platform and space for independent critical, cultural, political inquiry and friendship. Most recently he has taught at University of Architecture in Venice and the City University of New York in Staten Island.
García Andújar Daniel
Daniel García Andújar is a visual media artist, activist and art theorist from Spain that lives and works in Barcelona. Since 1996 he works within the framework “Technologies To The People”. One of the TTTP activities is the construction of the vast “Postcapital Archive”, a multimedia proposal in process — that not only allows user consultations but also copying and even modification. It has expanded in successive exhibitions, workshops and interventions in public space carried out in Oslo, Santiago de Chile, Bremen, Montreal, Istanbul, Dortmund, Madrid, Valencia, Girona, Gijón, San Jose and others. This work been shown around the world, most recently at the Venice Biennale.
Gareis Sigrid
Sigrid Gareis wurde 1959 in Illertissen geboren. Sie lebt und arbeitet in Wien und ist u.a. Intendantin des Tanzquartier Wien seit 2000.
Giessmann Sebastian
research fellow at the Excellence Cluster TOPOI in the cross- sectional group "Cultural Theory and its Genealogies", Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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