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Reblogged Remixthebook: Everything, all at once

Remixthebook: Everything, all at once: Review by Mark Hancock, Furtherfield.org:

“For us, art is not an end in itself … but it is an opportunity for the true perception and criticism
of the times we live in.” Hugo Ball.

The challenge in trying to review a book like Mark Amerika’s Remixthebook, is the feeling you can only do justice to the text by doing the same with your review. The apparent simplicity coupled with the multifarious outcomes are intoxicating. You could be mistaken for believing that every possible remix would produce fresh and exciting outcomes. The key of course, is to have good source material in the first place. Continue reading


Aug 22, 10:39
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Reblogged Digital Suicide and the Biopolitics of Leaving Facebook

Transformations Issue No. 20, 2011 — Slow Media: Digital Suicide and the Biopolitics of Leaving Facebook by Tero Karppi: Continue reading


Aug 15, 11:18
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Reblogged Printed Book + Physical Hyperlinks = Real Page-Turner

Printed Book + Physical Hyperlinks = Real Page-Turner by Delana in Architecture & Design.

Try to describe a recent dream to someone and the details are likely to dissolve into absolute nonsense. Dreams themselves are ephemeral, fleeting and altogether mysterious. But trying to figure out the connections between different events in the dream and certain components of reality can prove even more confusing than the dreams themselves. This incredible project perfectly embodies the beautiful confusion that is the dreaming mind. Continue reading


Jul 13, 15:07
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Reblogged Tracing the Ephemeral: Tactical Media and the Lure of the Archive

Tracing the Ephemeral: Tactical Media and the Lure of the Archive by David Garcia and Eric Kluitenberg

“Tactical Media emerged when the modest goals of media artists and media activists were transformed into a movement that challenged everyone to produce their own media in support of their own political struggles. This “new media” activism was based on the insight that the long-held distinction between the ‘street’ (reality) and the ‘media’ (representation) could no longer be upheld. On the contrary, the media had come to infuse all of society.

To challenge dominant (strategic) structures in society, it was necessary to develop new (tactical) means of producing and distributing media. Not a specialised task separate from the social movements, but a key activity around which social movements could coalesce.” [1] Continue reading


Jul 11, 18:23
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Reblogged Rick Silva: Work from Antlers WiFi

Reblogged A Remediated, Premediated, and Transmediated Conversation with Richard Grusin (Part One)

Posted by Henry Jenkins on Confessions of an Aca-Fan (also see Part 2 and Part 3): “This week, I am sharing an extended conversation with Richard Grusin, co-author of Remediation and author of Premediation:Affect and Mediality After 9/11 about the relationship between our work…

Getting Started

HJ: Richard, you wrote to me a few weeks ago responding to the interview I did with Frank Rose about his new book, The Art of Immersion. That interview tried to clarify the relationship between Rose’s concept of “deep media” and my concept of “transmedia entertainment.” Continue reading


Mar 7, 18:14
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Reblogged VJ Um Amel Remixes A Revolution

VJ Um Amel Remixes A Revolution by Dylan Schenker, posted on March 1, 2011 on the Creators Project (Thanks to Franck Ancel):

What the World Tweeted on #Egypt the day Mubarak Resigned from VJ Um Amel on Vimeo.

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Mar 2, 14:05
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Reblogged “The Twitter Revolution Must Die” by Ulises Mejias

The Twitter Revolution Must Die by Ulises Mejias:

Have you ever heard of the Leica Revolution? No?

That’s probably because folks who don’t know anything about “branding” insist on calling it the Mexican Revolution. An estimated two million people died in the long struggle (1910-1920) to overthrow a despotic government and bring about reform. But why shouldn’t we re-name the revolution not after a nation or its people, but after the “social media” that had such a great impact in making the struggle known all over the world: the photographic camera? Even better, let’s name the revolution not after the medium itself, but after the manufacturer of the cameras that were carried by people like Hugo Brehme to document the atrocities of war. Viva Leica, cabrones! Continue reading


Feb 26, 15:47
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Reblogged A Community Conversation with Douglas Rushkoff


Posted on Shareable by Paul M. Davis:

Following last week’s excerpt of Douglas Rushkoff’s new book Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for the Digital Age, we follow with a Q&A with the author, featuring questions from Shareable’s community of contributors and advisors. Continue reading


Oct 14, 19:26
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Reblogged A Cyborg Arboretum

Posted by Rob Holmes on Mammoth:

[Not a cyborg plant, but certainly technobotanical; image by NL Architects via Inhabitat]

1. This post is for 50 Posts About Cyborgs.

2. This is a cyborg arboretum. That is, a collection of various plants not naturally found in geographic proximity, brought together for educational purposes, whose constituent plants happen to be cyborgs. Not augmented humans, but flora augmented by “non-hereditary adaptations”.

Now, in some real and valid sense, just as we’ve been augmenting our own biological capabilities with technological adaptations for millenia, we’ve also been engaged in a massive and only semi-conscious re-shaping of the forms and functions of plants. Continue reading


Sep 27, 16:06
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