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Flusser and the Outright Dis

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The a-synchronicity of electronic mail to a complete stranger strips out all requirement of social obligation and, in turn, relies only on content to motivate the receiver in their response. In other words, when using text based communication -- with a ...

Logorama

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An exciting animation that makes fun of 'our' corporate world! The animation includes over 2.500 logo's. Here is just the trailer on vimeo you can find the complete animation.

Logorama explores the extent to which logos are embedded ...

Real media life stickers

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I like this sticker concept. One of the better i have seen in a while. For some time it seemed to me that the imagination around the sticker medium was having troubles going beyond fun. I have reviewed thousands of ...

250 characters

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The ability of people to express their opinion and to react on each others opinion has actually gone up the past year. The downside is that most of them think 140 characters is more than enough to express a clear ...

360 degrees projection

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Today I visited the World Wide Video Festival, one of the first media-art festivals in the world that started in 1982 and organised their last festival in 2004. Nowadays they are focussing on 360 degrees panorama projections and cooperation with ...

ABOUT OPENBLOG

Open blog is a collective blog agregator.  Posts that can be read and viewed here have been originally posted by members of the Memefest community.

While members of the community  are able to check blog posts from the circle of their comrades within the on-line profile, this is the place where you are able to check on everything that has been bloged by anyone on this platform. The toppics and styles are diverse as this community consists of people from very different cultural, social backgrounds and also very different fields of expertice. Together- and through time- we hope – this gives us a good picture of radical communication culture.