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Re: <nettime> Attack on homoentropy [Re: Ippolita Collective, In the
Nick on Tue, 25 Feb 2014 14:14:01 +0100 (CET)


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Re: <nettime> Attack on homoentropy [Re: Ippolita Collective, In the


Quoth morlockelloi {AT} yahoo.com:

> The intended analogy is, of course, the quality time alone, where
> one can tap into thermal noise of synapses, or that flu virus
> screwing with your immune system, to generate new snippets of
> thoughts that the outside world simply cannot predict.
> 
> Lowering the entropy of humans will have interesting consequences.

This is a very interesting thought indeed, thank you for sharing.

At a very simplistic level it can refer to advertising, but really 
it's more relevant to the whole algorithmically precise attention 
demanding crap that the biggest and most economically powerful 
websites specialise in.

And Patrice, thanks so much for your work translating and posting 
Ippolita Collective's works. I am getting a great deal from them.


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