Occupy Wall Street

blue sky could be filled with anything

http://www.alansondheim.org/CLOUDLESS.mp4

filled with clouds. CLOUDLESS.
not 'the cloud' - i.e. 'STORE YOUR DATA IN THE CLOUD.'
but 'a cloud' - i.e. 'STORE YOUR DATA IN MY CLOUD.'
'DON'T STORE YOUR DATA IN THEIR CLOUD.'
too much of this! clouds aren't clouds: they're corporate
repositories! they're physical locations, hardware,
servers and routers and hard drives OWNED BY CORPORATIONS!
more lies and a language of obfuscation!
there is no 'cloud' in my sky.
if there were, it would be 'my cloud.'
i am a person, not a corporation, and i cannot understand:
how can anyone own a cloud? populate a cloud?

 

brilliant roots yellows and blues

http://www.alansondheim.org/brilliantblue.mp3
http://www.alansondheim.org/brilliantyellow.mp3
Fender electric guitar

brilliant blues in brilliant blue taking harmony harmonics
to new levels & always difficult to do new with the blues
but here, yes!
brilliant yellows in brilliant yellow taking harmonic
harmonics to new levels & always difficult to do new with
jazz and other chording but yes!, here

accompanying http://www.alansondheim.org/ows.mp4
Occupy Wall Street birdlife

I have to prove to myself I can still play like this. I
have to prove to myself I'm better than ever. I have to
think I'm taking myself to new heights. I have to think

 

"Money is one of the most intimate things there is. I might give you the contents of my wallet, but I won't give you access to my bank account."

Meet Fran Ilich, a media artist and activist who started his own investment bank six years ago with nothing more than server space. On the eve of Bank Transfer Day, he sits with me in the dimly lit kitchen of Eyebeam Art and Technology Center where he is a fellow, to discuss the Spacebank and how he ended up at Occupy Wall Street.
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"Money is one of the most intimate things there is. I might give you the contents of my wallet, but I won't give you access to my bank account."

Meet Fran Ilich, a media artist and activist who started his own investment bank six years ago with nothing more than server space. On the eve of Bank Transfer Day, he sits with me in the dimly lit kitchen of Eyebeam Art and Technology Center where he is a fellow, to discuss the Spacebank and how he ended up at Occupy Wall Street.

 
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