Last year, Chicago Media Action collaborated with two other groups to help create a guide to Chicago's independent media scene. This year, many of the same players collaborated again. The 2004 Chicago Independent Media Guide was published in the September issue of Third Coast Press and is now publicly available in PDF format. Download and distribute.
In other news, if you value such technologies as peer-to-peer filesharing software, writeable CDs and DVDs, and even the video cassette recorder, you should know legislation now pending in the Senate could make illegal these and other such technologies. But there's good news: a movement is brewing to oppose these efforts and keep these technologies legal. You might want to check it out.
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