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http://www.esopusmag.com/ - Esopus is a twice-yearly arts magazine featuring fresh, unmediated perspectives on the contemporary cultural landscape from artists, writers, filmmakers, playwrights, photographers, architects, designers, musicians, and other creative professionals. It includes long-form artists´┐Ż projects, critical writing, fiction, interviews, and, in each issue, a CD of specially commissioned music. Published by the non-profit Esopus Foundation Ltd. - http://www.esopusfoundation.org/ - the magazine has a simple editorial mission: to provide an accessible, non-commercial space in which creative people and the public can connect in meaningful ways. (Description taken from the Esopus web site.)
http://geocities.com/leebf/ - Lee Stone is a new media artist based in Bath, England. His web based work explores. He also makes films that explore. A song, c96kbps, by Lee can be found here.
http://manovich.net/ - Lev Manovich was born in Moscow and moved to New York in 1981. He studied fine arts, architecture, animation, and programming before starting to work with computer media in 1984. Since the mid 1990s, his projects have been shown in the key international exhibitions of new media art. (Description taken from the Manovich.net web site.)
http://www.slowlydownward.com/ - Slowly Downward is Stanley Donwood's web site. It contains things to read and things to buy. The thing to read in particular is a story called Quiet Beckoning. Please.
http://ukwatch.net/ - UKWatch exists as a resource for all those interested in developing a radical critique of UK politics. Based on the model of Z Net (the highly successful US-based activist resource)(mentioned below), the site aims to provide the same breadth of information and sense of community, while also being dedicated to achieving social change. (Description taken from the UKWatch web site.)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page - Wikipedia is a free-content encyclopedia, written collaboratively by people from around the world. The site is a wiki, which means that anyone can edit articles, simply by clicking on the edit this page link. (Et cetera) (Description taken from the Wikipedia web site.) Also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Public_domain_image_resources
http://www.zmag.org/weluser.htm - If there is something genuinely important happening in the world you can read some properly written journalism about it in Z Magazine. I am slowly discovering its power. (the highly successful US-based activist resource)