|Eric Kluitenberg on Wed, 25 Sep 2019 16:56:47 +0200 (CEST)|
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|Re: <nettime> Supreme Court Rulling consequeces|
I appreciate that nettime should retain a focus on network-dynamics (in culture, politics, media, communication, art, etc.).
However, I must say that I quite enjoy the ‘nettime-take’ on global political events (such as the impeachment enquiry in the US, the climate crisis, or Brexit). I stopped using facebook actively years ago, never used twitter, and use some networks such as linkedin, academia and so on for a professional online presence.
So next to browsing around like we all do, nettime is still a good pointer to relevant debates.
I do welcome if we can revert a bit more to discussing what the list was originally set up for (net.criticism in the broadest sense).
What i miss here most is a critical discussion of how 'the network’ is weaving in the fine textures of the physical world (mobile, wireless, iot, biometrics and so on), which I have written about, organised events, workshops, whatever - most recent around the affect space concept - but it would be good to hear other takes on that and discuss this.To me still seems a blind spot in network theory..
anyway - keep the list going I’d say.
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