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Two New Publications From Infoshop

Infoshop.org and the Alternative Media Project are pleased to announce the availability of two new digital publications. The first issue of our bi-monthly newsletter titled "Revolution" is available as a PDF file that can be read online or printed out.
Two New Publications From Infoshop

Infoshop.org and the Alternative Media Project are pleased to announce the availability of two new digital publications. The first issue of our bi-monthly newsletter titled "Revolution" is available as a PDF file that can be read online or printed out. Infoshop News Currents is an experiment, a 40-page digital magazine based on articles, announcements and opinion published in recent weeks here at Infoshop News. If our readers like this digital PDF version of material from the news service, and if we can find volunteers, we may continue publishing this on a weekly or bi-weekly schedule.

Revolution ( http://www.infoshop.org/amp/newsletterMay2008.pdf) - Our new bi-monthly newsletter about what's going on around the organization that runs the Infoshop.org project. This issue details Infoshop 3.0, the suite of changes that we've made to the Infoshop.org website over the past 8 months. Includes an update about our publishing project. Infoshop/AMP is also looking for new collective members. Also, a one page guide to the Infoshop.org website. And a review of "Anchorage Anarchy."

Infoshop News Currents
( http://www.infoshop.org/amp/inews-currents-april2008.pdf) - A 40-page digital magazine featuring recent material from Infoshop News. An experiment. Print out and leave at bus stations, yuppie coffeehouses, corporate boardrooms, bathrooms of megachurches, and laundromats. Or read in your bathroom.

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