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Rauchfahne

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A brief history of philosophy on social media

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Best of FB-Kommentare:

3.1: Everybody unfollows Aristotle
3.2: Following Plato becomes a trend

Barthes joins Snapchat as Althusser deletes account.

Diogenes just trolls Plato constantly

1. Jesus gets blocked for fake news.
2. Nietzsche deactivates all accounts.
3. Marx gets 1M likes on his posts (nobody actually reads his posts) .

Kierkegaard tweets under multiple accounts

Islamic philosophers didn’t get friend invites

Sextus Empiricus wasn’t sure he could remember his password so didn’t bother ever trying to sign in.

Berkeley begs anyone to friend-and-follow him in order to ensure his existence.

Sartre gets ghosted

Heidegger tags Husserl.

Focault only posts on Reddit.

Deleuze and Guattari start Tumbler

Foucault sends dick pics

Sartre gets followed by fake accounts

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Dialexit

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Kunst am Bau

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Arte-Sendung über Stacheldraht

Nachtrag zu meinem Cellostück, das sich mit Stacheldraht ästhetisch auseinandersetzt. Danke für den Tipp, Leopold.

Himmel in alten Computerspielen

Facebook without Content

Alles für die Form.

Artist Benjamin Grosser created a browser plugin called Safebook, which removes the content from Facebook. Useful!

Given the harms that Facebook has wrought on mental health, privacy, and democracy, what would it take to make Facebook “safe?” Is it possible to defuse Facebook’s amplification of anxiety, division, and disinformation while still allowing users to post a status, leave a comment, or confirm a friend? With Safebook, the answer is yes! Safebook is Facebook without the content, a browser extension that hides all images, text, video, and audio on the site. Left behind are the empty containers that frame our everyday experience of social media, the boxes, columns, pop-ups and drop-downs that enable “likes,” comments, and shares. Yet despite this removal, Facebook remains usable: you can still post a status, scroll the news feed, “watch” a video, Wow a photo, or unfriend a colleague. With the content hidden, can you still find your way around Facebook? If so, what does this reveal about just how ingrained the site’s interface has become? And finally, is complete removal of all content the only way a social media network can be “safe?”

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Die Erde im Jahr 2100

…wenn es so weitergeht mit der Klimaerwärmung

(draufklicken zum vergrößern)

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