[NetBehaviour] ello ello, what av we here then, an exclusive club for the digerati ?
aha at aharonic.net
Tue Sep 30 21:33:41 CEST 2014
Interesting links, Rob, Annie, Geert, Joel.. (eg the bible myth link.. ;) )
Am going to throw another: http://twister.net.co/ (keep meaning to check
out, though am a tad suspicious of sequences that includde stuff like:
"Bitcoin Copyright (c) 2009-2013 Bitcoin Developers libtorrent Copyright
(c) 2003 - 2007, Arvid Norberg twister Copyright (c)" - taken from:
Another, more fb oriented kind of platform is http://friendica.com/
Hope to get some time soon to check the gnu social.. It looks interesting
indeed. Not sure why, or how come there aren't more people using it...
Anyhow.. Perhaps its interesting that this thread indicates people would
rather fancy having a social social network - rather than privatised
digital socialsperes kind of "social" network... Perhaps the ello people
used a capitalistic logic that attempts to, err, capitalise on that very
The other bit of "Interesting" in my mind, seems to be linked the need for
a social network to have a bunch of people doing networking. We clearly
have that - however, it seems like there is a certain dynamic of
sequences, and/or aesthetics, that keeps people crowding in facebook..
(idk.. am out of there, come join me at elsewe.re - where no one's non
data is a living social ghost..? ;) )
Cheers and many late september 2014 ciaos!
> Thanks for the link.
> For-profit, now even not-for-profit, companies all begin by sounding
> like they are humanitarians, but as they become profitable their will to
> power, knows no limit, and unfortunately there is no limit imposed on
> "Too big to fail,"//means that in Wall Street's reading of the myth,
> Goliath slaughters and eats David.
> On 9/29/2014 11:48 PM, Annie Abrahams wrote:
>> I was there for one day
>> I left already
>> feeling betrayed because it turned out to be capital ventured and
>> wasn't as "free" as it announced
>> Renee Turner wrote an interesting post about the ambiguity
>> Personnaly I find it harder to not be able to trust people who act as
>> if they want the same thing as you want, than to know I am exploited.
>> There is also this https://aralbalkan.com/notes/ello-goodbye/
>> On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 8:02 AM, BishopZ <xchicago at gmail.com
>> <mailto:xchicago at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> consider it like a bridge...
>> a leap to yet another already dissipating plateau
>> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 10:33 PM, Roger Mills
>> <roger at eartrumpet.org <mailto:roger at eartrumpet.org>> wrote:
>> > anyone uncomfortable about the exclusivity that ello seems to be
>> > ?
>> > who has been invited ? why people haven't ? who you need to be,
>> or what you
>> > need to have done to get an invitation ?
>> > exhibitions in all the right places with all the right people ?
>> > isn't the basic premise of invitation only deeply flawed ?
>> > i know the arts thrive on this sort of thing but do we really
>> need more ?
>> > who does the vetting ? and who vets the vetters ?
>> > just sayin....
>> > --
>> > Roger Mills
>> > http://www.eartrumpet.org
>> > http://roger.netpraxis.net
>> > "Knowledge is only rumour until it is in the muscle" - Asaro
>> Mudmen, Papua
>> > New Guinea.
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