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Date: Wed, 24 Jun 98 13:04:23 +0100
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From: rti@lowtech.org (James Wallbank)
To: jun98@irational.org (Heath Bunting)
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Hi Heath,

Attached biotech gifs are 100% genuine.

Their source -- http://probe.nal.usda.gov:8000/icons/ provides more valuable information/inspiration,which may be of interest to Biotech Hobbyist Magazine .



Pet as Bioicon.
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Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 09:50:20 -0600
To: jun98@irational.org (Heath Bunting)
From: susan@banff.org (Susan Kennard)
Subject: biotech hobbyist

Longevity & Technology to domestic pets throughout the land!
Vive le poodle!

Dear Biotech Hobbyist Magazine,
Wow I've finally found people I can relate to. For years now I've been working away at
something I thought I was alone in doing I'm so gald to have found you. Keep up the good work its nice to know fellow enthusiasts are out there.

I'm agog with all the wonderful information you have in these pages of your magazine.
Okay its back to work now, but hey lets keep working cause you never know where this will take us.

Rob S

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Date: Sun, 16 Aug 1998 17:06:06 -0600
From: vpdist@videopool.mb.ca (Rob Sauvey)
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To: starrs@sysx.apana.org.au
Subject: Headless Human Clones-Biotech Hobbist Magazine
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Dear Ms. Starrs,

Thank you for your insightful article re the Headless Human Clones in the most recent
issue of Biotech Hobbyist magazine. In my basement where I live jsut belwo my mom I
have been working away at a very similar idea for several years now and I would love to
hvae you over for tea so you can see my latest work. I'm so glad you're alive and thinking.


Dear Biotech Hobbyist,

I fully understand and support your quantum leap/paradigm shift from net.art to biotech.
We have, by now, all read the latest teachings of Critical Art Ensemble in their
Fleshmachine booklet and started to implement their ideas. The body is, indeed, the final cyber frontier. But at the same time, I find this a very Nothern American notion, lacking
any notion of the public. In the end it is just us, our bodies and the Power. Well, we
can tinker, yes, but is there any notion of public, or should we just all forget this?

yours, Andre Simon