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Intersection: Biopower and Marketing

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I found this article http://mediaecologiesresonate.wordpress.com/2010/09/04/biopower-and-marketing/#respond very interesting. Its opening new perspective - biopolitical focus: govermen-tability, biopower, potentiality, population .. - to start thinking about media/marketing approaches.

BOOKS for Vijecnica - Action project, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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I just received this email. Let's do something!

Dear Sir/Madam,

BOOKS4VIJECNICA is an action project, initiated by Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Network in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Our initiative is to re-establish the destroyed book collection of Vijecnica ...

Taking Back the Tech

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All of you use it. Some people misuse it. I'm talking about technology. Communication technology like cellphones or internet access points are particularly appreciated by those who use technology to get under your skin. They track you, observe you ...

First Person Digital Online

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"First Person Digital is coming up real fast," said Reisa Levine when I met her over coffee last week. The web project manager from Montreal was putting the final touches on the organizing of FPD, a collab between Studio XX ...

ISTANBUL the gate to orient

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I just came from Istanbul where we put up an exhibition of the project of the studio I am working in - Studio Poper.
I wanted to share a photo which somehow describe the chaotic nature of this megalopolis.
Trafic trafic ...

"l'art infiltrant"

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JR
http://n.pr/bSCirQ

Las pequeñas acciones que transgreden conceptos

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Dos mujeres caminan por la calle, es un acción simple y común. Pero que sucede cuándo usan un elemento símbolico tradicional y además estigmatizado?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newsvideo/8036686/French-women-cause-a-stir-in-niqab-and-hot-pants-in-anti-burka-ban-protest.html

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