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Textual Materialism

One of the things studied as an exchange student was “literature science” — i.e. the science of creating literature. We talked about authors who created texts, and then the author as individuals, separated from the text, the author of the … Continue reading
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Moving Forwards

You are tired of moving forward… There is a sad irony in the ridiculousness of many of the stories that get told. Paul Krugman, asking “Technology or Monopoly Power?” now cites the following: Even so, most Americans still believe that … Continue reading
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Marxism in America

Paul Krugman finally wakes up (to the fact that employment doesn’t matter)! Continue reading

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My favorite Echo Chamber :)

David Weinberger asks: What do you think are the best examples of Web-based echo chambers? Beyond the shadow of a doubt: The biggest, most significant echo chamber of the day is facebook.com. The reason why this is so simple and … Continue reading
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How to route the trust into the token

Jean Russell asks:
How do you route the trust into the token and the process, so that it can be transferred?
I answer: Utilize the Wisdom of the Language to Occupy the token.
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An Internet of things must be a place of all of our things, not just Google’s things

Andrew Keen seems to think such things need to be regulated by bureaucrats. I beg to differ. My things are indexed at the TAGSEO index (another “search engine” ) — if you are ready to “move ahead” (beyond retard media) … Continue reading
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Is Ignorance the Only Reason for Internet Forums?

I don’t understand why Internet Forums need to exist — the only “feature” I can make out not included in most blogging software today is the ability to ignore another user (seems sort-of anti-social to me, but whatever). Does anyone … Continue reading
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The Bad Old Days of New Media

John Battelle fondly remembers “the way it used to be”, and goes out on a limb: I believe that the personal-site-based essay is making a comeback I won’t say that I totally disagree (after all, not only is remediary precisely … Continue reading
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Pioneers, Revolutionaries, Contrarians and Consumers

I had a couple pretty bad days this week — one day was especially bad (I was crushed), and the the rest of the week was a very gradual improvement… to the point that I almost feel like I am … Continue reading
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From Newspapers to Pay Per Info

Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson have, in their For Immediate Release podcast episode #678, revisited topics related to brand journalism, advertorials and infomercials. These topics are indeed very important to consider in the current media landscape, and echo things I … Continue reading
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