olia lialina on Fri, 25 Jun 2010 13:41:57 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> The Slow Media Manifesto

> 2. Slow media promote Monotasking. Slow Media cannot be consumed
> casually, but provoke the full concentration of their users. As with
> the production of a good meal, which demands the full attention
> of all senses by the cook and his guests, Slow Media can only be
> consumed with pleasure in focused alertness.

With all respect to monotasking, and claim for concious approach to
media consumption and production: Why it happened that in 2010 (1024
years after digital revolution) a group of new-media-aware people is
brining their message across though food analogies?

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