Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Slowpoke Draws on McCurry for Inspiration

Stevens and his bill
Here's another Pro-Net Neutrality creation by Slowpoke (aka Jen Sorenson) - sent to SavetheInternet.com by Jonathan Rintels, the founder of partner organization Center for Creative Voices in Media, and a friend of the artist.

Slowpoke joins cartoonist Scott Kurtz of pvponline.com among many artists who have used Net Neutrality as muse. (If her cartoon is too small to read above, click here or on the image for a larger version.)

Musicians have joined in as well. Read today's Boston Herald article on efforts by singers Jill Sobule, Kay Hanley and Michelle Lewis to spread the word about Net Neutrality in song. Here's a take on that by former Dead Kennedys front man and Alternative Tentacles artist Jello Biafra.

And then check out how others are taking creative license with Senator Ted Stevens' June 28 Commerce Committee speech. Here are two samples:

  1. Bold Headed Broadcast's Stevens Techno Remix
  2. Aprigliano's Ask-a-Ninja/Stevens Mash-up

Visit Bold Headed Broadcast and Aprigliano for more information. Keep those hits coming . . .

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