October 2003

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Sunderland University

Me and my friend went to Sunderland University yesterday to turn up in a lecture as speakers.Sunderland is about half an hour south of Newcastle. Well, that’s what we thought and how it was described to us and looked on the map. However, we didn’t expect this major traffic jam, which seemed the last 50 Read the full article…


A new try: on illness and blogs

I have just typed a long article when it went down again in the depth of cyberspace. I was just surfing the Guardian online, a useful media, web and news resource, which thankfully has an open archive, which unfortunately is no guarantee to actually (re)find the article you found so amazing 2 years ago. The Read the full article…


More on the last weeks and today

Of course there is much more than the Ideasfactory competition. Journalist wise, of course alternative wise, there has been today the new BBC activist page been posted on the Indymedia UK newswire. My first thought. “Well, that’s no real competition to Indymedia”. Take action: Campaign to get British people walk on the left” and the Read the full article…


last weeks were so crazy

The last weeks were so crazy. In a desperate attempt to improve my life I took even part in a competition to get funding to make a documentary film. See here. Surprisingly enough, I got shortlisted and am now subject of extended theoretical input of how the ruling elite wants us to make documentary films. Read the full article…


NEA does Documentary

Ideasfactory was launched in August in Edinburgh with a weekend full of documentary film screenings. The films were presented, and subsequent discussions led by experienced filmmakers, who ranged from newcomers to professionals from the media, including organisers of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Lately the Ideasfactory team were guests at the North Edinburgh Arts Centre, Read the full article…