[nonostantement #171] - soviet monotowns / computers vs bodies / ads in cars
Now with EVEN LESS links!
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Hello, my name is Joele, I am trying to register a .eth domain and in the meantime i live in Barcelona working as a digital strategist.
Another very busy week brings us to this Sunday with the best links I have found during the past few days. I know that there are few, time is short and things to do are many!
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As a soundtrack I recommend a Spotify playlist by Bonobo, which has been running for a couple of years now and in which I always find something nice.
After three weeks constantly in front of the computer (too many deadlines all together) I can only share this article: How the Personal Computer Broke the Human Body.
[In Italian] - When does digital activism become a performative act? A topic that I find really interesting since I often work with non-profit organizations and for years I have been trying to better understand how it is possible to involve communities and individuals in real actions.
Ford has patented a new system that uses a vehicle’s cameras to detect billboards and then pull them up on a car’s infotainment display as inescapable in-vehicle advertisements. Get Ready for In-Car Ads.
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