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via Evernote shared notebook - daily collected informations, articles, notes - miscellaneous by offene Ablage: nothing to hide at soup.io

via Evernote shared notebook - daily collected informations, articles, notes - miscellaneous by offene Ablage: nothing to hide at soup.io | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it

 

 

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Activities of oAnth on other

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oAnth's basic account, where all its activities are bundled together is at soup.io:

- http://02mydafsoup-01.soup.io

 

cf. also oAnth's chosen entries from scoop.it at soup.io

- http://02mydafsoup-01.soup.io/tag/tag_scoopit via http://www.scoop.it/t/manually-by-oanth-from-my-scoop-it-contacts [new]

 

for mostly administrative purposes of online activities and in favour of its locally based storage feature - Evernote:
- https://www.evernote.com/pub/02mybetatry-evernote/oAnth-coll-daily

Youtube videos recently mentioned by oAnth at soup.io (youtube videos per blog, with possibility to subscribe):
- http://www.youtube.com/social/blog/02mydafsoup-01-soup-io?feature=similar

 

All different kinds of videos to find at oAnth - soup.io - from the latest on backwards:

http://02mydafsoup-01.soup.io/?type=video


Latest summify via 02mysummify01 (by oAnth) is always available using URL:
- http://summify.com/02mysummify01/latest

For administrative purpose, and likewise to achieve a better semantic mapping and memory control oAnth uses also:
- http://www.pearltrees.com/02myprltr01

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(via IV ORLOV - Pìcame – Visual arts smugglers.) - offene Ablage: nothing to hide

(via IV ORLOV - Pìcame – Visual arts smugglers.) - offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
(via IV ORLOV - Pìcame – Visual arts smugglers.)
- http://www.picamemag.com/iv-orlov/
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Joseph Haydn: Quartet No. 52 in D-major, op. 64 (1790), No. 5, ("The Lark"/ "Lerchenquartett") Hoboken gr. III - No. 63 - offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Joseph Haydn: Quartet No. 52 in D-major, op. 64 (1790), No. 5, ("The Lark"/ "Lerchenquartett") Hoboken gr. III - No. 63 - offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
4 yt-videos (~ 17min)


The Royal Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble with Joseph Haydn's String Quartet "The Lark"/ "Lerchen Qartett" (Op. 64 No. 5 in D-major)

1. Allegro moderato - 2. Adagio cantabile - 3. Menuetto: Allegretto - 4. Finale: Vivace
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Zygmunt Bauman for Social Europe & guardian.co.uk | Is this the end of anonymity? - 2011-06-2011 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Zygmunt Bauman for Social Europe & guardian.co.uk | Is this the end of anonymity? - 2011-06-2011 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
original article:
Is this the end of anonymity? - From micro-drones to the internet, technology is invading the private sphere – with our encouragement - 2011-06-2011

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jun/28/end-anonymity-technology-internet


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As for the "death of anonymity" courtesy of the internet, the story is slightly different: we submit our rights to privacy to slaughter on our own will. Or perhaps we just consent to the loss of privacy as a reasonable price for the wonders offered in exchange. Or the pressure to deliver our personal autonomy to the slaughter house is so overwhelming, so close to the condition of a flock of sheep, that only few exceptionally rebellious, bold, pugnacious and resolute wills would earnestly attempt to withstand it.


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Beatriz Colomina on Architectures and Surveillance - June 9-10, 2011 Harvard University - Berkman Center | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Beatriz Colomina on Architectures and Surveillance - June 9-10, 2011 Harvard University - Berkman Center | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
Hyper-Public: A Symposium on Designing Privacy and Public Space in the Connected

Symposium web site:
http://www.hyperpublic.org/about/



Beatriz Colomina on Architectures and Surveillance
video ~30 min.

Youtube Permalink: http://youtu.be/UuOHtNwspGg


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Discussions of privacy often focus solely on the question of how to protect privacy. But a thriving public sphere, whether physical or virtual, is also essential to society. The balance of social mores and personal freedom in these spaces is what makes cooperation and collective action possible.

Design reflects a society’s beliefs about private and public life. A city with welcoming parks, plazas and verandas expresses a public culture – and one where blank garage-door walls line empty streets does not. Yet design is also an agent of change. New media are our new public forums and the design of their interfaces affects what people reveal, wittingly or not. Design is essential in making legible the line between private and public, and in showing people the significance of the information they are revealing. Most importantly, in an era in which technology is collapsing the boundaries that maintained our privacy, we must understand how design can promote tolerance. For as our world becomes more public, it is only with heightened tolerance that we can maintain the freedom we value in privacy.

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concrete rules, differences & equivalences (sociotechnological questions) - Deleuze 1990 | driftwork.tumblr.com 2011-06-07

RT @sdv_duras: sociotechnological questions - “we ought to establish the basic sociotechnological principles of control...


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sociotechnological questions

“we ought to establish the basic sociotechnological principles of control mechanisms as their age dawns, and describe in these terms what is already taking the place of the disciplinary sites of confinement that everyone says are breaking down. It may be that older means of of control borrowed from the old sovereign societies, will come back into lay, adapted as necessary. The key hing is that we’re at the beginning of something new…” Deleuze 1990.

A word of caution is necessary for we may recognize that the new control mechanisms actually came into being around 1970 and that by 1990 they were becoming well established, established enough so that Deleuze could accurately if briefly describe some of them. And that it is twenty years later and they are so established that they are going through there first crisis. Still it’s worth adding that wWhat Deleuze does not do is address the implications of the mass-media, the #spectacle, in short then whose interest the network serves. For surely we already know whose interests the education system serves…
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Browsersuite - The SeaMonkey® Project - SeaMonkey 2.2. based on FF 5 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Browsersuite - The SeaMonkey® Project - SeaMonkey 2.2. based on FF 5 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
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Browsersuite - The SeaMonkey® Project
http://www.seamonkey-project.org/

Browsersuite - Seamonkey 2.2 - golem.de
Quell-URL: http://www.golem.de/1107/84820.html

Seamonkey 2.2 basiert auf Firefox 5
Die Browsersuite Seamonkey wurde in der Version 2.2 veröffentlicht und basiert auf Firefox 5. Damit folgen die Macher von Seamonkey den kurzen Veröffentlichungsintervallen von Firefox. [...]


Wikipedia

SeaMonkey - EN
Quell-URL: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/SeaMonkey
SeaMonkey - DE - http://www.seamonkey.at/
Quell-URL: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/de/wiki/SeaMonkey
SeaMonkey - FR
Quell-URL: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/fr/wiki/SeaMonkey

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Le leurre de la droitisation - blog.mondediplo.net 2011-06-08 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Le leurre de la droitisation - blog.mondediplo.net 2011-06-08 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
original blog entry:
http://blog.mondediplo.net/2011-06-08-Le-leurre-de-la-droitisation


Comment font les politologues et journalistes sondomaniaques partisans du président sortant face aux mauvais sondages pour leur candidat ? Les chiffres sont même catastrophiques. Vont-ils se laisser aller à la dépression ? Une ligne stratégique a été énoncée par Nicolas Sarkozy lui-même : « Les valeurs des Français ont évolué vers la droite : pas assez d'autorité, pas assez de sécurité, pas assez de fermeté. » Ellle a été aborée dans le think tank de l'UMP, Fondapol, et son directeur général en répète le


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Kristin Eschenfelder on why cultural institutions worry about sharing - interview with David Weinberger 2011-06-03 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Kristin Eschenfelder on why cultural institutions worry about sharing - interview with David Weinberger 2011-06-03 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
- Kristin Eschenfelder of University of Wisconsin Madison discusses with David Weinberger her recent research on why cultural institutions resist making their materials openly available (videoed at the LODLAM conference).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T24unfea3KE

- via
http://librarylab.law.harvard.edu/blog/2011/06/03/kristin-eschenfelder-on-why-cultural-institutions-worry-about-sharing/

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- Digital Cultural Collections in an Age of Reuse and Remixes
by Kristin R. Eschenfelder and Michelle Caswell

http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3060/2640

- via
https://twitter.com/jschneider/status/76437271418634240
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Das Internet ist kein Massenmedium. Interview mit Niklas Luhmann 1997 | Systemtheorie | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Das Internet ist kein Massenmedium. Interview mit Niklas Luhmann 1997 | Systemtheorie |  offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
- original article:
http://www.ruhrbarone.de/niklas-luhmann-„das-internet-ist-kein-massenmedium“/ - 2008-11-04

- via: Differentia | Blog 2011-06-07
http://networkedblogs.com/iQ41B





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Herr Luhmann, wie beurteilen Sie die zukünftige Entwicklung der Massenmedien?

Niklas Luhmann: Wenn man Massenmedien definiert als eine technisch einseitige Kommunikation, dann sehe ich nichts, was sich wesentlich ändern könnte. Für Massenmedien selber werden die aktuellen technischen Innovationen wie das Internet oder individuell wählbare Informationen wenig Bedeutung haben. Sie werden sich neben Massenmedien wie Tageszeitungen oder auch das Fernsehen setzen, sie jedoch nicht verdrängen. Das Internet mit seinen Kommunikationsmöglichkeiten ist auch, wenn es massenhaft als Medium genutzt wird, kein Massenmedium, denn es ist ja gerade keine einseitige technische Kommunikation, sondern kann individuell genutzt werden. Die Sorge, dass neue Medien die traditionellen ersetzen, ist so alt wie unbegründet: Die Schrift hat die mündliche Weitergabe nicht verdrängt und die Presse auch nicht den Brief.

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Identität: Mehr als ein Streit um Worte ... | freitag.de - Miriam Bunjes - 2011-06-02

Identität: Mehr als ein Streit um Worte ... | freitag.de - Miriam Bunjes -  2011-06-02 | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
... Vielleicht ist „Sinti und Roma“ doch keine gute Bezeichnung für jene, die ­„Zigeuner“ heißen wollen. Die Debatte zeigt, wie viel ­Politik im Namen steckt.

- vollständiger Artikel auf Freitag.de | http://www.freitag.de/politik/1122-mehr-als-ein-streit-um-worte


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Das Wort „Sinti und Roma“ ist eine deutsche Erfindung. Fast überall in Europa wird „Rom“ – Mensch – als Oberbegriff verwendet, entstanden aus den Bürgerrechtsbewegungen der europäischen Roma in den siebziger Jahren. Das Wort ist vor allem ein politisches Konzept. Stéphane Laederich, Autor des Standardwerkes „The Rroma“ schreibt: „Die Familie ist das Zentrum im Leben eines Roms. Die erste Loyalität gilt immer den Verwandten.“ Man sei Angehöriger einer Großfamilie, dann eines Verbundes von Großfamilien, dann einer Sub-Ethnie – wie der Kalderara, der Lovara oder der Sinti. Zuletzt gelte die Identifikation allenfalls der Weltgemeinschaft der Roma.

Die meisten empfänden „Zigeuner“ als diskriminierend, sagt Herbert Heuß vom Zentralrat. „An dem Begriff hängt der Rassenhass der Hitler-Zeit und die vielen alten Vorurteile, über angeblichen Dreck, Kriminalität, Faulheit, dass alle nomadisch leben und am Lagerfeuer sitzen.“ 68 Prozent der Deutschen wollten nichts mit Sinti und Roma zu tun haben, zitiert Heuß aus einer älteren Umfrage, und das habe mit eben diesen Bildern zu tun.

Abseits der beiden Dachverbände wird weniger emotional diskutiert. Manuel Trollmann macht Öffentlichkeitsarbeit für den Sinti Verband Niedersachsen mit 5.000 Mitgliedern, in keinem der verstrittenen Dachverbände organisiert, „weil wir hier ganz praktische Arbeit machen.“ „Ich selbst habe kein Problem damit, wenn mich jemand Zigeuner nennt“, sagt Trollmann. „Es kommt darauf an, wie das gemeint ist – und es ist nicht grundsätzlich diskriminierend gemeint.“ Die Älteren in seiner Familie könnten das Wort aber in keinem Fall aushalten. „Wer mit dem eintätowierten Z im KZ leben musste, verbindet unfassbares Leid mit dem Wort.“ Trollmanns Großonkel – Johann Rukeli Trollmann – war 1933 Boxweltmeister im Halbschwergewicht. Weil er Sinto war, wurde ihm dieser Titel nach acht Tagen aberkannt, er starb 1944 im KZ. „Nach 600 Jahren Sinti-Geschichte in Deutschland ist mein Großonkel der erste, nach dem eine Straße benannt wurde“, sagt Manuel Trollmann.

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Portugal's New Leader Vows Aggressive Reform - WSJ.com | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Portugal's New Leader Vows Aggressive Reform - WSJ.com | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
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- original article - WSJ - 2011-06-07
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304432304576369282577021592.html
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Mr. Passos Coelho's center-right Social Democratic Party won the general election Sunday, defeating the Socialist Party of incumbent Prime Minister José Sócrates, but falling short of having a majority in Parliament.

Such a majority is key to pass harsh austerity measures set out under the aid program with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. The next government has to present by the end of July a plan to significantly reduce corporate contributions to the social-security system; sell embattled bank Banco Português de Negócios; divest itself of state-owned assets; and reduce costs for dismissing workers, among other measures.

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what a curse! - The next revenant of amateurish economic reductionism and systematically imposed pauperism is announced to ravage its society.

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Les Livres de Philosophie: Cornelius Castoriadis. Réinventer la politique après Marx

Les Livres de Philosophie: Cornelius Castoriadis. Réinventer la politique après Marx | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
Arnaud Tomès, Philippe Caumières

Juin 2011 – PUF - Collection "Fondements de la politique" – 27 €

Trop mal connue encore, la pensée de Castoriadis s’articule entièrement à la question de l’autonomie. Signifiant la capacité pour les hommes de se donner la loi, celle-ci n’engage pas seulement le gouvernement de soi, mais l’institution même de la société. C’est là une exigence qui invite tout autant à la mise en cause des pensées politiques modernes qui appellent démocraties ce que Castoriadis nomme volontiers des oligarchies libérales qu’à une prise de distance vis-à-vis de la tradition critique issue du marxisme.
Penser l’autonomie et ses conditions de possibilité conduit ainsi à une reprise critique de l’ensemble de la pensée héritée pour retrouver la force d’un projet émancipateur à l’origine de la philosophie comme de la politique en leur sens authentique.

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Infrastructural Opportunism, A Manifesto | 2011-02-14 infranetlab.org | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Infrastructural Opportunism,  A Manifesto | 2011-02-14 infranetlab.org | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
- original blog entry:
http://infranetlab.org/blog/2011/02/infrastructural-opportunism-a-manifesto/

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After a multi-day traffic jam in Hetaocun, China, Andrew Jacobs of the New York Times wrote: Stranded drivers chain-smoked, stomped their feet against the chill and cursed the government for failing to come to their rescue. As the night wore on, fuel lines froze and cellphone batteries died. The residents of Hetaocun, however, saw the unmoving necklace of taillights from their mountain village and got entrepreneurial. They roused children from their beds, loaded boxes of instant noodles into baskets and began hawking their staples to a captive clientele. The 500 percent markup did not appear to dent sales.

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1. Know That There is a System of Systems…2. Architects as Expert Generalists: Buckminster Fuller, labeled a dilettante and a dabbler in his age, was instead the forerunner of a new breed of designer / thinker that we like to call the expert generalist. Long live the new expert generalists!…3. Be Alert to What Has Just Happened; Be Entrepreneurial…4. There is Always Missing Information, Use it…5. Agile Maneuverability Rewrites Protocols…6. Software Can be Big and Physical, Like Hardware…7. Be Resourceful…8. Measurements Can be Misleading, But Oh So Fruitful…9. Scalar Indifference…10. Live By Strategy, Play by Tactic: The Russian chessplayer Savielly Tartakower said: Tactics is knowing what to do when there is something to do, strategy is knowing what to do when there is nothing to do."
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Last Exit to Brooklyn - Offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Last Exit to Brooklyn - Offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
architecture & expressionism - oAnth
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Les Intellectuels et l'Actualité, savoir se taire

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Les intellectuels sont de plus en plus souvent sollicités dans les médias pour parler de l'actualité. (...)
Un intellectuel digne de ce nom est une personne capable de rester silencieuse quand elle n’a rien à dire et de ne pas débattre lorsque les conditions du débat ou la question débattue ne lui semblent pas correctes.
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Dürer and Montaigne - on emulatio vs imitatio | twitter and kunstlust.blogspot.com - Renaissance | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Dürer and Montaigne - on emulatio vs imitatio | twitter and kunstlust.blogspot.com - Renaissance | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
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Montaigne, on borrowing ideas from others: "The bees plunder the flowers here and there, but afterward they make of them honey...all theirs"

jenipillar
Jennifer Park
https://twitter.com/jenipillar/status/90445120482185216


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cf.
http://kunstlust.blogspot.com/2009/01/imitatio-vs-emulatio.html

Emulation or Imitation: The Case of Dürer vs. Raimondi Exhibition Review

Smith College Museum of Art has a knack for salvaging early modern works from the usual curatorial platitudes to recast objects in entirely unexpected ways. Emulation or Imitation: The Case of Dürer vs. Raimondi plays to interests in contemporary cultural issues of copyright infringement and the unauthorized reproduction of creative material by contextualizing the two artists’ prints within the framework of such debates. The show presents several original prints by Albrecht Dürer and corresponding copies by Marcantonio Raimondi, mostly from the former’s Life of the Virgin series. Though Dürer and Raimondi act as the major players of the show, approximately twenty-five prints from a variety of Renaissance artists are arranged to develop distinct categories of visual citation, including emulation, imitation, and outright copying.

Ironically, the exhibition’s endeavor to demonstrate Dürer’s relevance depends upon decidedly unfashionable art historical methodologies--I’m talking about that body of Morellian arts we call connoisseurship--and it works. Dürer presented a legal case against Raimondi not because the Italian artist was copying his prints, but rather, because he disseminated works bearing Dürer’s distinctive AD signature. Several of Raimondi’s copies are therefore almost identical to their Dürer models, and were intended to pass as such. Connoisseurship is crucial to the premise of the show, allowing the curators to distinguish “original” from “copy”, and to arrange the objects as such for public viewing. Implicitly, Emulation or Imitation advocates the reassessment of a methodology too often dismissed by contemporary academe, while also prompting questions about the problematic dichotomy between “real” and “fake”.

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2 Interviews with David Harvey on Greece and the Dynamics of Real Estate in Capitalism | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

2 Interviews with David Harvey on Greece and the Dynamics of Real Estate in Capitalism  | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
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via The Real News:

http://therealnews.com

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together: ~ 20 min.


Greece Should Default
David Harvey: Greece should call Europe's bluff

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fWlCJp95CE

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David Harvey: Chinese urbanization, construction and real estate speculation is saving global capitalism - will it burst as in the US?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp617eqtioQ
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neo-constructivist: Architecture by Daylight & Shadow | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

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Robert Reich “The Truth About the Economy in 2 Minutes and 15 Seconds" | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

Robert Reich “The Truth About the Economy in 2 Minutes and 15 Seconds" | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
Robert Reich “The Truth About the Economy in 2 Minutes and 15 Seconds" - IMHO a masterpiece in shortness and preciseness - about what he argues is not first of all a result of the financial crackdown of 2008 - he says in this video from May 2011 what he has said since many years before.

relevant URLs:
http://robertreich.org/post/6595110483
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTzMqm2TwgE
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oAnth - via Diaspora* | Short Remark about the Platform and its Actual State | 2011-05-31

oAnth - via Diaspora* | Short Remark about the Platform and its Actual State | 2011-05-31 | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
What I have recently started with - from time to time I link to an entry permalink in Diaspora - that may help others to become familiar with the fact, that there are already active communities on the platform. For greater endeavors I believe, that the aspect and privacy system isn't yet suitable & arguably secure enough - there is still a dominant impression, what others have already pointed out, that the platform is in an elaborate state of an ongoing experiment, what may be for some a factor of interest - I wouldn't expect, for a broader audience.

original post:
https://joindiaspora.com/p/269880


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// oAnth - 2011-06-08 - cf.

- The Making of Diaspora - IEEE Spectrum - 2011-06
Armed with Google technologies, four young coders are planting the seeds for the post-Facebook future - By Ariel Bleicher / June 2011

a) original article:
http://spectrum.ieee.org/telecom/internet/the-making-of-diaspora/0

b) via oAnth on soup.io:
http://02mydafsoup-01.soup.io/post/136456386/The-Making-of-Diaspora-IEEE-Spectrum-2011

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Mädchen-Portrait - Offene Ablage: nothing to hide

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“From the Desk of Roland Barthes” by Ben Kafka | Henri Cartier-Bresson. Roland Barthes, 1963 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

“From the Desk of Roland Barthes” by Ben Kafka | Henri Cartier-Bresson. Roland Barthes, 1963 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth-miscellaneous | Scoop.it
Henri Cartier-Bresson. Roland Barthes, 1963





















“From the Desk of Roland Barthes” by Ben Kafka | blog 2011-02-11
http://www.west86th.bgc.bard.edu/articles/kafka-roland-barthes.html

In this essay, the author examines a brief account by the historian Jacques Le Goff of Roland Barthes’s years as an administrator in the Sixth Section of the École Pratique des Hautes Études (which eventually became the EHESS). This account provides an opportunity for a more sustained reflection on writing, paperwork, and the problem of the materiality of communication. The author argues that some recent scholarship in book history, media studies, and related fields has neglected the unconscious dimensions of communication.

(via proustitute -
http://proustitute.tumblr.com/post/3819448368 )

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The editors had invited him to take part in a forum on how writers were taking to the portable tape recorder: did he ever dictate to the machine? He answers with a firm no:


I love to write, and not speak, and when I write it’s by hand, not on a typewriter. Several factors contribute to this choice. First there is a refusal: my body refuses to speak out loud to . . . nobody. Unless I’m certain that another body is listening to me, my voice gets stuck, I can’t get it out. If, in a conversation, I notice that that somebody isn’t listening to me, I stop speaking, and it is simply beyond my power to leave a message on an answering machine (I don’t think I’m alone in this). Voices are made to reach out to the other; to speak alone, with a tape recorder, strikes me as terribly frustrating. My voice is literally cut off (castrated). There is nothing to be done, it is impossible for me to be on the receiving end of my own voice, which is the only thing the tape recorder has to offer me. My writing, meanwhile, is immediately destined for everybody. Its slow pace protects me: I have the time to dangle the wrong word from the tip of my pen, the word that “spontaneity” never ceases to generate. There is a great distance between my head and my hand and I take advantage of it in order to avoid saying the first thing that comes to me. Finally, and this is probably the real reason, the challenge of tracing words on paper has a truly sculptural jouissance [une véritable jouissance plastique]. If my voice brings me pleasure, that is only out of narcissism. Writing comes from my muscles. I abandon [jouis] myself to a kind of manual labor. I combine two “arts”: the textual and the graphic.


Here, we might say, is the reductio ad minimum at its most minimalist. And yet isn’t something missing here?

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L'impact du développement de l'e-book sur l'organisation des bibliothèques et le métier de bibliothécaire Tiphaine Gauquelin

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L'impact du développement de l'e-book sur l'organisation des bibliothèques et le métier de bibliothécaire Tiphaine Gauquelin (1)


Bien plus qu'un simple produit informatique, le numérique fait aujourd'hui partie intégrante de notre quotidien. À l'aube des années 2010, après la musique et la vidéo, c'est au tour du secteur du livre de se voir bouleversé par l'arrivée du numérique. Il s'agira ici de s'interroger sur la manière dont se sont développés les livres électroniques et sur la façon dont ils peuvent s'insérer dans notre société. Cela nous amènera ensuite à réfléchir à l'impact d'un tel changement sur les bibliothèques et sur les possibles attitudes à adopter face à l'arrivée d'e-books dans les collections, aux côtés de documents papier plus traditionnels.


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