the monday morning remix 6/5/6


Nothing happens in a vacuum.

Henry Ford gave us the motel industry and smog.


Cellphones have given us…well I invite you to read about that stuff in this weeks Carnival Of the Mobilist. Some really interesting articles.

10 Minute Film School. Really. 

Are social networks limited by the Dunbar Number?

We are not ourselves. We cut and paste as we are cut and pasted. We are the remix of images and sounds that never existed outside of this mediated dream. And we are happy to exist this way.

The importance of trivial content.

…Much like the film scholars of previous decades, making their case about the unique qualities of the art they treasured, he situates the study of games as needing new conceptual frameworks, new models of thought, presenting a four-part schema to outline the nature of action within them…–Review of Alexander R. Galloway's 'Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture'

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4 Comments on “the monday morning remix 6/5/6”

  1. […] One of my favorite bloggers Chartreuse does these remix posts. They are mostly just a collection of random links he finds around the net. They are laid out in a mixed up fashion and you have to dig around through them till you find something interesting. […]

  2. Diane Ensey Says:

    Love that video, Char – it is a visual poem and I interpret it differently each time I see it. So I checked out the link to the 10 minute film school. Like so much in life, IT IS ALL COMMON SENSE mixed with a skewed way of viewing the world around you.

    So you and I ought to be famous, eh?

  3. chartreuse Says:

    Everybody aught to be famous…right? 🙂

  4. Diane Ensey Says:

    For at least 15 minutes 🙂

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