[IMC-Process] Looking for Archives
hughcat at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 20:10:14 PDT 2005
> I read on the web that there were many volunteers journalists with
> indymedia at the Seattle protests and I was wondering if there is any way
> to contact them or get video archives directly from indymedia.
The only indymedia repository of video etc is in the database of each
indymedia site, which you can access through that site.
There are search facilities associated with each indymedia site,
but google can be very helpful too.
As noted in another reply, you'll need to do much of the
searching yourself as we are a _very_ decentralised org,
with publishing to indymedia sites largely done by members
of the public. That's "open publishing". For a description see:
Its author, Matthew Arnison, is the "maffew" who co-published
the first-ever post on indymedia at
all the best with your project,
volunteer for sydney's "cat at lyst"
and for indymedia
"The subtle order of the apparently chaotic natural world is rich and
bountiful compared to the bankrupt legalism and moralistic strictures
of 'civilization' -- which paradoxically produce the very disorder they
strive to suppress." --(commentary on Chuang Tzu)
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