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Re: <nettime> The Gentrification of Hacking: How yuppies hacked the

   one of the many possible points of view:

   together with the imagination for a new type of garden, we need a new
   conception of gardner:

     âit is hard to imagine which aspect these gardens will assume, in
     which existence is expected to assume no form. From my point of
     view, gardens of this kind should not be judged on account of their
     form, but, rather, on the basis of their capacity to generate and
     translate a certain joy of existence.â


   On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 10:53 PM, Brian Holmes
   <bhcontinentaldrift@gmail.com> wrote:

     The philosopher Moishe Postone says that with every fresh growth
     cycle of capitalism new use values are created, offering common
     working people a sense of possibility, a feeling of experimentation
     and social transformation, that is the mainspring of the expansion
     itself. This happened in the early 20th century, then again in the
     50s-early 60s, then again in the late 80s-90s. However, the logic of
     exchange soon comes to bear, foreclosing those possibilities in
     favor of reconstituted mechanisms of profit and control, thus
     creating a kind of treadmill effect. Just when you think you are
     buiilding a new society, then you are not anymore.

   Salvatore Iaconesi
   email: salvatore.iaconesi@artisopensource.net
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   Professor of Digital Design at ISIA Design Florence
   Professor of Interaction Design at IED Istituto Europeo di Design

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