[NetBehaviour] RE: tagged exhibition - net/art?

carlos katastrofsky carlos.katastrofsky at gmx.net
Thu Nov 24 18:45:00 CET 2005


hi,
yes, i think you're definitely right concerning personal data. but, on the other hand - tags can be (in my opinion) a great tool to construct different personalities in an easy way. maybe even a bit more like it was possible on the net earlier? ... more possibilities for interpretation ...

carlos

> Hi Carlos and all,
> 
> I have also been experimenting with del.icio.us http://del.icio.us/m_garrett
> 
> I do have my suspicions regarding putting a large amount of personal 
> explorations and (possibly) uncontextualized links online for all to see 
> (these days), mainly because there are those who may use such 
> information negatively against one, for politically reasons- especially 
> in respect of the recent debate around certain activist behaviours, 
> online and offline, and who is linking to them & why...
> 
> Having said that- I couldn't stop myself and have gone mad a little...
> 
> re:the tagged exhibition...
> 
> looks great- I actually have already had a peak at Marisa's tagged- 
> del.icio.us section, and have enjoyed browsing and lining from of them. 
> Will look at your and other's today :-)
> 
> marc
> 
> 
> tagged exhibition - net/art?
> i'm currently experimenting with del.icio.us - tags. the idea is to make 
> an exhibition which can be seen in various layers thanks to tagging...
> have a look: http://del.icio.us/carlos.katastrofsky
> this project is a work in progress and started recently after a 
> discussion about curating with marisa s. olson and lu�s silva here: 
> http://vercodigofonte.blogspot.com/2005/11/on-blogging-as-curating.html 
> and while reading the comments on rhizome about lev manovich's article 
> "Remix and Remixability"...
> by now it's just a concept/ sketch, but:
> comments are always welcome!
> regards,
> carlos
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