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Analog Media as (Anti-) Social Networking

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F. Cramer | Conference contribution | Publication date: 20 August 2010
Through the so-called Web 2.0 and so-called social media, the notion of sharing, community and participation have been thoroughly perverted . Using the World Wide Web has become synonymous with being tracked and data­ mined. The only resort to responsible social communication is to practice anti-social communication. Analog low-tech media experience a renaissance because of their tactical aptitude for genuine sharing between people, for being more difficult to track.

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