Armin Medosch on Thu, 2 Apr 2015 04:06:56 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> nottime: the end of nettime

Hi Mod squad, you are not serious, are you? Lets get 50 together!!!

While the deficiences of nettime that you describe are real, it is still
the only place where I can reach out to a nearly global crowd of
critical thinkers, and it still has an impact which I can verfiy by the
stats of my website and by direct qualitative feedback. when I send
something to certain other lists it gets drowned out by announcements or
mindless techno-babble. and while the identity of those who frequently
post here confirms to stereotype, mostly male white and over 40, or much
older ;-) I would assume that the demographic composition of subscribers
is much more diverse than that. and mailinglists have been an
anachronism since the www, so that's no argument at all

please reconsider
best regards

On 2015-04-01 07:35, nettime mod squad wrote:

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