|morlockelloi on Mon, 28 Dec 2015 20:35:04 +0100 (CET)|
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|Re: <nettime> introducing @nettime_bot|
MO: Re: <nettime> introducing @nettime_bot Alternative to the full bypass would be omitting [Sender] field. ---The idea of opening nettime to new audiences is good, but are microblogging/social behemoths really the techno-ideological equivalents to the early e-mail? It was relatively hard, with distributed ownership, and free-form (which mandated some basic cognitive skills.)
Perhaps running a hidden Tor service would be more instrumental in this regard. The use is hard (need to download Tor client and type .onion address), the infrastructure is distributed, and there is underground flair.
On 12/28/15 9:58 , nettime mod squad wrote:
Hi, nettimers -- The mod squad elves have been hard at work upgrading nettime's so-called infrastructure. (1) Nettime has a shiny new twitter bot: @nettime_bot. (2) It reports each new mail in a simple format: <#nettime> [Subject] | by [Sender] [URL]
# distributed via <nettime>: no commercial use without permission # <nettime> is a moderated mailing list for net criticism, # collaborative text filtering and cultural politics of the nets # more info: http://mx.kein.org/mailman/listinfo/nettime-l # archive: http://www.nettime.org contact: firstname.lastname@example.org