All Saints Church, WurtenbergCrack the Binary Code marked the 460th anniversary (Australian time) of an ideology that transformed the printing press into a medium of popular communication.

On 31 October, 1517, Martin Luther fastened his 95 theses to the door of the Schlosskirche (Church of All Saints) in Wittenberg. This primitive act of 'nail mail' began the great reaction against the corrution of the Catholic Church, where salvation was something bought and sold, rather than revealed within.

Might multimedia find a use for Martin Luther today? Perhaps we need someone to save art from the priests of technology. Please nail your thesis, response, doubt, question to this web site.

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