rádio Svita přináší první díl nekonečného seriálu "DJ Severák na cestách" (a také další díl nekonečného seriálu "technické problémy Severáka") - https://www.mixcloud.com/radio_svita/r%C3%A1dio-svita-na-v%C3%BDlet%C4%9B-v-dob%C5%99%C3%AD%C5%A1i/
I'm trying to get my friends off facebook, but we've got this large group conversation with 20 people.
Here are the constraints:
- Most of them are on mobile, I'm not
- Some of them actually use facebook for what it is (for groups and pages)
- They're not particularly tech-savvy
- They're not particularly cooperative either (but that -- well -- can't exactly be solved with technology)
How would you go about it? What alternatives would pick? What compromises would you make?
A tentative hypothesis:
Conspiracy theory is so popular in the early 21st century because the major institutions of life in the 21st century - business, media, military, politics and academia - are structured indistinguishably from conspiracies (ie: as opaque, secretive, networked yet hierarchical systems, whose inner and outer motives are different) to those not already part of their inner circle.
And increasing numbers of people find themselves outside of those inner circles of power.
You're an alien spy disguised as a human. During your mission, you have gone through their novels and movies, and feel offended by the portrayal of aliens, the dumb invasion plans and inaccurate technology, and decide to write a novel yourself to correct the mistakes. It became a bestseller.
"Your virtual AI wife's owner is called 'master' and will always try to best serve her master."
Reading about the leading creators of and thinkers about humanoid robots horrifies me.
Instead of dealing with the widespread economic devastation, isolation and alienation that capitalism amplified by tech is visiting on people, the solution is to further commodify relationships, sell them back to you in a wife who is 'your personal servant'.
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this is all building to us announcing a live sex stream and when people tune in its just kate high on mushrooms playing donkey kong country 2
Image from page 244 of "Andrew Garrett's Fische der Südsee" (1873)