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Mute Vol 1, No. 24 – Beach or Border?

By mute 1 May 2002

Nearly a week after the murder of Rotterdam's political darling Pim Fortuyn, the reverberations of Europe's swing to the right are just starting to ga...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 23 – Info-War V.2.0

By mute 1 March 2002

"The UK Media are operating under the tacit assumption that the 'anti-globalisation' movement has been mired in a profound crisis of legitimacy ever s...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 22 – The Art Issue

By mute 1 December 2001

What does it mean to publish an art issue now? For Mute, it means revisiting a subject that, together with technology, was its raison d'etre when it f...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 21 – Total Paranoia - The Metamap

By mute 1 September 2001

In the digital arena, the fight for security is a pretty popular cause. Persistent cautionary tales of an assortment of Big Brothers have defined the ...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 20 – Digital Commons?

By mute 1 July 2001

This issue of Mute is dedicated to the theme of the digital or intellectual commons. The term enjoys a certain currency at the moment... It implies th...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 19 – Global Systems Meltdown

By mute 1 April 2001

The dot com and technology shares crash are giving way to monetary prudence and back-to-basics realism. In this issue we attempt to revisit the uneven...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 18 – I Am The Network

By mute 1 December 2000

In a networked environment the prevailing bloody-minded onus on knowledge makes all thought-work operationally functional. Rather than the brave new w...

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Mute Vol 1, No. 17 – Europe Undone

By mute 1 September 2000

The last few months have seen some major political and cultural battles played out in the zone of the media. The Serbian government is constantly houn...

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