It is 2006. Some of my friends have broadband at home, but most of us are still using dial-up. The first time I came across broadband was in a privileged squat. They had managed to hold the house for about a decade. Different generations of squatters, but stable enough to think about long term commitments. They, too, were managing with a dial-up connection.

“Who is using the internet!”

Hospital 2

Every time I see L play with his mum’s mobile, I think of how different childhoods mine and the next generation’s are. I took me fifteen years to see a computer for the first time of my life, and a few more to see a mobile phone.


Tomorrow is my second great day, in Tube Radio. But today… (or during this week, who knows) RampART is one year old!!