There is an interview with me by Winfried Rust in the latest issue of the German Third World magazine iz3w on the spread of internet and mobile phones in the global South. This solidarity and a special issue on “digital worlds”. The text is called “An End to Cultural Pessimism” and was conducted in German. You can read it here.
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Interview with Geert Lovink/We Are Not Sick by Jess Henderson/Band of Burnouts
Download as PDF Jess Henderson from the No Fun blog (hosted on the INC site) and the Band of Burnouts exhibited in Zurich her own version of the materials generated by We Are Not Sick (me and John Longwalker). This consists of music tracks, texts, slides and videos. Here you can read an email interview [...]