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June 19 2015

June 07 2015

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June 06 2015

"...ja ja, und zu welchem Ende...

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June 04 2015

Citizen Ex

Every time you connect to the internet, you pass through time, space, and law. Information is sent out from your computer all over the world, and sent back from there. This information is stored and tracked in multiple locations, and used to make decisions about you, and determine your rights. These decisions are made by people, companies, countries and machines, in many countries and legal jurisdictions. Citizen Ex shows you where those places are.
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May 19 2015

Der Dritte Weltkrieg wird ein Guerilla-Informationskrieg sein, ohne Trennung zwischen Militärs und Zivilisten.
— Marshall McLuhan (1970)
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May 05 2015

Denn hier wird die persönliche Informationsinfrastruktur politisch in einem übergeordneten Sinne. Um sich das zu vergegenwärtigen ist es wichtig, sich seine eigene Stellung als Knoten in einem Netzwerk vorzustellen. Denn meine Twitterverfolgungen sind nicht nur die ins Internet erweiterten Rezeptoren meines somatischen Nervensystems, sondern ich bin ja – umgekehrt – ebenso der Rezeptor vieler tausend anderer Nervensysteme. Und als dieser Rezeptor stehe ich jedes mal vor einer ethischen Entscheidung eine Information weiterzugeben, oder es eben nicht zu tun. Diese Verantwortung ist immanent politisch; und gerade mit dem Blick auf das große Ganze – das Netzwerk – steckt in ihr die Möglichkeit einer weiteren Politik.
Filtersouveränität als Politik | ctrl+verlust
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May 04 2015

To support the idea that neither men nor women dominated one another, Eisler cites archeological evidence from southeast Europe, especially Crete, drawing much from the research of Marija Gimbutas, James Mellaart, Nikolaos Platon, and Vere Gordon Childe. Her hypothesis about prehistory also relies strongly on sources such as the Gnostic Gospels and on the history portrayed by the Ancient Greek poet Hesiod.
To support her thesis for contemporary societies, she draws heavily from cross-cultural studies, such as Douglas P. Fry's work on foraging cultures.[8] She and others using her partnership/domination conceptual framework have applied her analysis to fields ranging from politics and economics to religion, business, and education.

Partnership - or Dominator - Societies

In her 2008 book, Gender and Information Technology: Moving Beyond Access to Co-Create Global Partnership, Mary Kirk uses Eisler's cultural transformation theory to offer an interdisciplinary, social systems perspective on issues of access to technology.[27] Gender and Information Technology explores how shifting from dominator towards partnership systems—as reflected in four primary social institutions (communication, media, education, and business)--might help us move beyond the simplistic notion of access to co-create a real digital revolution worldwide.[27]
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April 18 2015

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March 09 2015

Heilige Scheiße.

Das ist 'ne völlig neue Liga der Realitätserschaffung. Eine orakelnde Wahrheitsmaschine. Ach die Scheiße. GANZ miese Science- Fiction- Story.

"Ein Teufel ist ein schlafender Gott, der träumt, Realität existiere außerhalb seiner selbst." (RAW)

"GOOGLE is building the largest store of knowledge in human history – and it's doing so without any human help.

Instead, Knowledge Vault autonomously gathers and merges information from across the web into a single base of facts about the world, and the people and objects in it.

The breadth and accuracy of this gathered knowledge is already becoming the foundation of systems that allow robots and smartphones to understand what people ask them. It promises to let Google answer questions like an oracle rather than a search engine, and even to turn a new lens on human history."


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March 06 2015

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March 03 2015

via Banksy
"A local man came up and said 'Please - what does this mean?' I explained I wanted to highlight the destruction in Gaza by posting photos on my website – but on the internet people only look at pictures of kittens."
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February 20 2015

Old and busted: Leuten per Streaming beim Zocken zugucken..

New hotness: Leuten per Streaming beim Programmierern zugucken. Wie geil!

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February 18 2015

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February 06 2015

An unsere jecken Nachbarn: Die Blogbeiträge sind wundervoll. Ich pruste die ganze Zeit in meinen Tee… Leseempfehlung!
edit4reddit. Ebenfalls lustig. Zuvielbierer :D… Holy Luftballon!
noch mehr auf FB und hier http://www.istdiephilotuernochdefekt.de.vu/
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In einer Welt der ewig haltbaren Daten brauchen wir kein Recht auf Vergessen sondern eine Praxis für den Umgang mit Fehlern.
— Tweet von tante
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January 30 2015

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January 20 2015

The Random Darknet Shopper, an automated online shopping bot with a budget of $100 a week in Bitcoin, is programmed to do a very specific task: go to one particular marketplace on the Deep Web and make one random purchase a week with the provided allowance. The purchases have all been compiled for an art show in Zurich, Switzerland titled The Darknet: From Memes to Onionland, which runs through January 11.

The concept would be all gravy if not for one thing: the programmers came home one day to find a shipment of 10 ecstasy pills, followed by an apparently very legit falsified Hungarian passport– developments which have left some observers of the bot’s blog a little uneasy.

If this bot was shipping to the U.S., asks Forbes contributor and University of Washington law professor contributor Ryan Calo, who would be legally responsible for purchasing the goodies? The coders? Or the bot itself?

Robots are starting to break the law and nobody knows what to do about it -- Fusion
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