From: Marc Couroux (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 13 2010 - 18:50:20 PDT
I hope those individuals grotesquely extolling the demise of ubu
(either overtly or silently) realize how shortlived their "thrilling"
celebration will be. These ventures, because they are predicated on
exposure to unseen, unheard, untold wonders (insert 2 tablespoons of
jejune repetitive comments on the lamentable quality of the files,
combine with 2 cups of platitudes about copyright etc.), will be
reconstituted elsewhere, sooner than later, and more comprehensive than
ever. These things simply cannot be stopped, and thank goodness for
those of us hungry for new/old ideas that such ventures exist.... Ubu
is a portal, nothing more, nothing less - an introduction to potential
trajectories which will be carried out in a myriad of manners, by each
individual forever transformed by the encounter...
On 13-Oct-10, at 4:29 PM, Beverly O'Neill wrote:
> Ah, this is such good news. I will refrain from posting a screed
> about that site. A Google search offers a number of condolences to
> Ken Goldsmith, UBU's founder. One writer wondered if the anniversary
> of John Lennon's death and the simultaneous hacking of UBU had
> anything in common.
> So thrilled!
> Beverly O'Neill
> On Oct 11, 2010, at 8:01 PM, Shane Christian Eason wrote:
>> So...yeah...um...apparently UBU is offline! Hacked!
>> Considering what has been discussed in the past regarding this
>> does anyone want to comment on this? Additional information? Very
>> considering I was on the site this past weekend. Although, my iPhone
>> for WFMU UbuWeb Radio continues to work.
>> Shane Christian Eason, BFA; MFA
>> School of Communication and Multimedia Studies
>> Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters
>> Florida Atlantic University
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