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Re: <nettime> Has Facebook superseded Nettime?
jaromil on Thu, 1 Oct 2009 12:09:21 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Has Facebook superseded Nettime?

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ok, here a 0day ...

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 05:52:52PM -0700, elijah wrote:
> (0) our politics are marginal and  fringe, so I have no problem with
> creating software that is marginal and fringe.

... at the risk of going a bit too fringe now ;>

plug an IM and get psyced: http://hinezumi.im

nettime might consider to get somehow psyced too,
as this thing integrates well with old tech.
try the good old: telnet hinezumi.im

depending from clients, it has encryption and off the record.
it's inter-server. it works on A phone.
yes. not the just the IPhone or BB. an older one will do as well.
 (and it works in Iran too)

what do  we need a social  network for?  to  be able to catch  up with
friends, in any possible way, from most devices at hand. sticking to a
web  browser for portability  is as  lazy as  the Titanic  captain.
so let's get ready to surf the wave ;)

BTW be welcome to join us this weekend for the TCPC#9 if you like


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