Manila introduced free web publishing in 1999, but most of it’s pioneering blogs from the bronze age of the Internet have disappeared from history. Popmoderne.de started in 1996 and the original version was a complicated maze of single pages with animated GIFs and rollover-effects for the navigation buttons. It took forever to load, but I … Continue reading Digital Archaeology – Whatever happened to my first Weblogs?
Die Bedeutung von sozialen Netzwerken wird nicht mehr bezweifelt und die wachsende Bedeutung von unabhängigen Meinungsmachern hat schon so manchen Unternehmer oder Produzenten ins Schwitzen gebracht. In der Mittagspause ist längst nicht mehr die Rede vom Fernsehprogramm des Vorabends. Stattdessen wird vom neuen Video auf Youtube berichtet, das ein Freund bei Facebook verteilt hat oder … Continue reading Marktforschung 2.0 – Social Media Monitoring
apublishedgallery.com: “This book is a Platform, inspired by a fellow Artist, to allow every person, no matter their Age, Race or Religion, to display their art to an International audience, at low cost to the Artist. The selected works will be published by InnerCircle Publishing, in an Art quality hard cover volume and promoted extensively … Continue reading A published gallery
Boing Boing: “Here’s a three-part video-lecture by Bruce Sterling on the subject of ‘generative art’ — art that is created by a process that is in turn created by an artist. These are the artistic progeny of the spirograph and the kaleidoscope, and Bruce has an acerbic, thoughtful and skeptical approach to the subject. Fabrica: … Continue reading Fabrica: Bruce Sterling on "generative art"
Techcrunch: “A guest post by Eric Clemons, Professor of Operations and Information Management at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In it, he argues that the Internet shatters all forms of advertising. “The problem is not the medium, the problem is the message, and the fact that it is not trusted, not wanted, … Continue reading Why Advertising Is Failing On The Internet
MetaFilter: “The Highlights is an online arts journal. It consists of web-based projects and essays by artists. An example from the current issue, Master of None, where the author posits that a new model of work for artists can exist, one where the artist retains agency while also getting paid to do complementary work which … Continue reading The Highlights – Arts Journal
BBC NEWS: “‘Mass access to multiple forms of content demands that it is priced differently. We are talking about an order of change that we have never seen before,’ he told the Business and Enterprise Committee, a group of MPs set up to examine the work of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. … Continue reading Lord Carter enters YouTube row
Essay by by Sabine Hochrieser, Michael Kargl and Franz Thalmair on CONT3XT.NET — : ““Translation is a mode.” (Walter Benjamin) — Why is it still easier to get an entire museum collection on the Internet than to get a single work of Internet-based Art in a museum space? As with the nature of this question, … Continue reading TRANS.FORM.WORK INTERNET-BASED ART IN THE REAL SPACE