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Even the writings of the most dedicated Mick Jagger scholars don't have much to say about Adelhard Roidinger, a pseudonym supposedly used for a brief period by Jagger during the mid 1980s. Heavily influenced by the work of Donna Harraway, Jagger worked with programmers from IBM in an attempt to create an interface with a computer via which the user could play and have the computer accompany them, an interface which Jagger described in a Melody Maker interview at the time as "unadulterated, pure and decidedly funky."…
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