Monatliches Archiv: März 2019

But at least whose site.

I don't know whose side I'm on

Procupine Tree: Prodigal


Ihre Schönheit lässt mich frieren
Ihre Bleichheit macht mich schweigen
Draußen geht der Frost mit schwerem Schritt vorbei
Sie trägt Eis auf ihren Lippen

Subway To Sally: Schneekönigin


On any given day, one might hear of tens or hundreds of millions of dollars flowing to a start-up company named Ublibudly or MeTickly. These are names I just made up, but they would make great venture capital bait if they existed. At these companies one finds rooms full of MIT PhD engineers not seeking cancer cures or sources of safe drinking water for the underdeveloped world but schemes to send little digital pictures of teddy bears and dragons between adult members of social networks.

Jaron Lanier: You Are Not A Gadget.

Princess P.

Pauline was an elder sister of Marie, Crown Princess of Württemberg, Emma, Queen of the Netherlands, Helena, Duchess of Albany, Friedrich, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont, and Elisabeth, Princess of Erbach-Schönberg.

Wikipedia: Pauline Emma Auguste Hermine Prinzessin zu Waldeck und Pyrmont


Fläche, die bereit gehalten wird für Blechdinger, die zwei Tonnen wiegen und mit denen eine Person, statistisch betrachtet, eine Stunde am Tag rumfährt.

Harald Welzer: Schluss mit der Untergangsrhetorik! (Deutschlandfunk Kultur)


The European Parliament today chose to ignore copyright experts, the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, and most importantly your voice and voted in favor of upload filters and #Article 13. This is a sad day for the internet, but we'll keep up the fight.

Das Private ist Politisch, mal wieder.

Perceptions and values of privacy have evolved over history, and not necessarily with the protection of those who need it most in mind.

It is time for a reclaiming of privacy that will empower women, trans and gender diverse people.

It is time for privacy to become a tool to smash patriarchy and so it’s time to ask ourselves what privacy will look like in a post-patriarchal world.

Privacy International: Reclaiming privacy: a feminist manifesto

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