Re: Digital Folklore on dat://

2019-07-01 Thread Olia Lialina
YOU are feeding Google a big time! More people follow your link, more Digital Folklore copies will automatically end up in Google cloud, without being seen, read and redistributed by its real audience. But maybe your good intentions will find their way through and Google will choke!

Re: Digital Folklore on dat://

2019-07-01 Thread ehmry
Don't feed the Google, just say no to Chrome! Bypass Beaker here: https://dat.bovid.space/f1a5ed8cd08dc9704d6261c899bbd0f5a0851e596f132d6edc562c1a4948c43e/ On Monday, July 1, 2019 9:24:29 PM CEST, olia lialina wrote: Dear Nettimers, apropos E2E, P2P, networks and their limits, tactical media

Digital Folklore on dat://

2019-07-01 Thread olia lialina
Dear Nettimers, apropos E2E, P2P, networks and their limits, tactical media and their impact. two weeks ago we released Digital Folklore Reader (2009) on dat:// go to dat://digitalfolklore.org/ if you are on Beaker already or follow instructions at https://digitalfolklore.org/ I keep my

Re: Has net-art lost political significance?

2019-07-01 Thread Francis Hunger
Hi Rachel, A bit more detail

Re: Has net-art lost political significance?

2019-07-01 Thread Rachel O' Dwyer
Hi everyone, I really appreciate all the replies both on and off the list. I hadn't made a connection between this post and the very popular discussion of net-time and I’m very interested to hear that Transmediale is exploring the persistence of networks. One of the most inspiring books I've

limits of networks...

2019-07-01 Thread Kristoffer Gansing
Dear all, Maybe I can take the opportunity to plug in to the running discussions by shamelessly plugging the announcement of the next transmediale festival which aims to deal exactly with the topics of networks, as it appeared here as a recurring common concern.