[Air-l] Re: Internet Studies in 3 Minutes

Kirsten A. Foot kfoot at u.washington.edu
Wed Sep 15 17:55:08 PDT 2004

Hey Matt-- thanks for the heads up. I'm teaching an intensive seminar this month, so I can't make it to Sussex-- and I'm especially bummed I'll miss this panel (last time it was so, ahem, explosive;-). Anyone else who is available (in any sense) should definitely experience it...


Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 10:34:58 +0200
From: Matt Ratto <Matt.Ratto at niwi.knaw.nl>
Reply-To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
To: air-l-aoir.org at listserv.aoir.org
Subject: [Air-l] Internet Studies in 3 Minutes


Glad to see that the "Internet Studies in 3 Minutes" panel is back on 
for Sunday. Man, when the government sets it mind to it, it sure can 
make trouble! As it turns out, the so-called "munitions" they were 
concerned about are of a Class H variety, which haven't been subject to

Code 12 regulation for years, and apparently MI5 hasn't gotten around 
to reconsidering them in these heightened conditions. Thanks to Felicia

for all the help on that end.

So, I look forward to seeing anyone not attending a "birds of a 
feather" session during that time to join us.


Dr Matt Ratto
Networked research and digital information
KNAW-Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science
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1090 HC Amsterdam
The Netherlands
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