Third Industrial Recontextualization

Rifkin on Keen's Techcrunch show. Didn't read the article, here's the obvious correlation I thought of after seeing the first couple of sentences, cause I trust competent articulation of this thesis takes place after that; renewable resources and copyright reform, specifically in my oft typed about never discoursed on term, recontextualized content promotion, basically 'mash up' video collage in legalese. it's an inevitable future, the adoption and use of which will be similar to google text ad as opposed to email spam and the like whatever the relevant landscape is called 'twitterscape' etc

RCP licenses on Netflix will be the order of the day and people will get commissions or incentivized offers based on the relevant arrangement of the authorship, regarding the RCP they initiate.

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2011 Advertising is the new Event

Due to the tetradic aspect of technological identity crisis, static online experience, which includes the laptop, the mobile experience now has decided that the five second event commercial is the last episode of M*A*S*H, Superbowl half time shit, of our time.

How to make the perfect commercial Dennis Crowley will appreciate being interrupted by.

This is the question, opacity is one of the answers, we see that in the lower third display ads on the "Tube"

However, the synchronization of a broadband broadcast five second commercial that has some type of incentivization that is presented in a way that the user feels ADDS rather than DETRACTS from their serendipitious experience of communicative ubitquity of futility.

Course, it's an event, right? So it's gotta be blue moon in frequency, like a Wonka campaign.


Facebook=Myspace as a floor and Google for walls and ceiling

I just think that is all it is, the wall, the IM, myspace is/was for musicians, the weekend photos gave the winkelvi the idea for H edu, combine that with the functionality of msn (which all children of the simpsons expect from computers) and you realize, facebook was a social network, but isn't any longer, simply because social can't expand much past where facebook, mobile, is at. So now it can only aspire to be page rank google ad words.

some people may not agree, their entitled, this article and its accompanying commments, not really an article yes a see the comments spelling mistake, more a blog post, sums it all up

Nothing but appreciation for all boredom ever experienced

I appreciate the ability to just, be bored. No expectations except the ability to just rest the mind for a bit, go to work, be happy for it and just, slowly go about my life, appreciating that I can. Remember, somehow, just be aware of yourself and what your doing.
Ok. I happen to be lucky enough to have watched ZDNet which then became Tech TV which then became G4, I was in Canada and saw it in the Grey Area. Anyway, I always liked the Screen Savers because I didn't know much about PCs formally but knew I had to learn, it was the dark days of desktop video editing and SCSI drives, and learning that the unit currency was probably going to be a Gig. It was probably 1999, maybe late 98. Leo and Patric were nice guys, who talked so much, that even if they were bullshitting, well, they couldn't be, nobody can just stream out all that talk of routers, and the rest of that chazahrye for as long and with as much enthusiasm as these two, and an animated as Leo would. You just believed them. When Leo left, I cared, and I really wasn't sure why. As I got better with computers, and eventually got one in 2004 for myself, I wondered and knew for sure, he had to be around somewhere. Enter Twit, I think I started listening around episode 120s, and I probably have most of them scattered somewhere. Here he was, unencumbered by the horseless carriage of network/cable tv doing nothing but being himself. Which as a loyal loyal listener, I mean, as an aside I found a cdr, with an .ASF video file for April 20, that I probably got from Suprnova of Call For Help, cause I no longer had access to a tv, but read that Leo was not going to be on whatever it was called anymore and I wanted that episode, turns out I was off, he wasn't even on that show but I made the effort and still have the disc, and after another scan through, probably the second in the 6 years I've had it. He wasn't on this show. So, my point, after I've so eloquently contextualized where I am going with this.

Leo's TwiT community, is probably the best on the net for what it does. Tetradically, it retrieves the broadcast decorum he inherited as a host all those years, his brushes with the big three and the ZD ubiquity and puts it online. So again, it is a living example of what technology is supposed to do, progress society forward in order to retireve its past. DJs using Serato and Final Scratch are doing this and have (thanks Plastikman) for almost a decade now.

Sure, sometimes in the real time content creation Leo does say somethings that are probably not the brightest things, one particular thing will always come to mind. However, I can't think of any other online content producer who consistantly provides such a relevant and reliable form for what interests me than the flagship show This Week in Technology, stalwarts Dvorak, meh on Calacanis but he's always entertaining, I just think his ad hoc east coast carbon copy is just annoying in its lack of originality, he should give Leo some kind of weekly royalty. The guests indicate Leo's cache and the verisimilitude of his impact in technology as a whole, is truly real on the cultural side of it, which if I may run this sentence on a little longer (since you should pay me for having your mind say these words outside of an FSG published rag), is symbiotic to the technological development of it, allowing for, in a word or two, "the social side of computing."

Therefore, his credentials as a brand vestibule, between technological epochs, are inscrutable. TWiT has Mike O'Reilly and related guests on talking about Gov 2.0, or his daughter coming on with accomplished University students talking straight up about how they use the net. This is relevant stuff, TWiG the Google show, outside of Jarvis' constant name dropping, low Germanisms is a great show. Gina Trapini is the embodiment of the kind of person who you know would probably help you develop something truly great in the software world, she is a true nerd, which is a great thing to be. The other shows too, what they do, is provide an actual function, giving you useful impressions by those who are involved in making them, on subjects of interest to people with brains, alive tofuckingday.

Further to the present now, the latest show TWiT 266, has regular guests: Dvorak, Baratunde Thurston, a recontexualized G Trapini, and the Bits blog writer, Nick Bilton, who isn't British like I instinctively thought he would be.

This was a great show, and recently there were a slew, with Adam Currie and the Digg guy that everyone loves, I merely respect and like a lot and have forgotten, with respect exactly his name, I will remember before I finish without consultation, I know its not Patric.

Anyway, so the show discussed Bilton's book, the current NYT and how they have hackers there and just generally how they are assimilating with the times, ok. Quashing rumours about the social network non dedicated device forays, as surmised by the guy Leo told to fuck off live, another reason to like Leo, he has passion. Thing thats cool though, is that, this show may have rattled off all the most relevant sites and subjects of the current technology unfoldment: the 2chan tribute site taking down the sites of the idiots who try and patrol bits of the opposite of amateur hour, which is obviously awesome though the subject is so oblivious is the only downfall, using wikipedia to verify facts, Youtube monetization issues. One thing that pissed me off though, which has nothing to do with the show specifically, however the brooklyn lovefest, let's face it, Brooklyn and brooklyn are two different spots. Brooklyn is a place with cheaper real estate, that was until it became the gentrification capital of North America, where all a band has to do is get a gimmick, move there and see who has the best vintage clothes, so they can make their journalists friends job easier in the intro paragraph, and I use the term journalist with caution.

The single greatest insight of this show, is the mention of how Youtube took down one of the shows that sampled a bit from SNL. Leo is in the perfect position to move something forward, I won't actually say what it is, yet, however, well, that's it. I made most of my point, type in TWiT in google, you will become a fan, or don't, which would prove nothing other than that your in the majority.

Quick note on Youtube content ID, it more than likely works in the exact same way as the app Shazam, which I'm merely guessing, works similar to CDDB. A database of waveforms and or song lengths exists, like CDDB, if there is a match than its done. So its like, CDDB influence, song length, waveform image, confirmation and filter to confirm song.

With video, there has to be a hardwired watermark of all major media content, in each frame, this content id looks for an image match and thats it, cause you can upload shit from SNL just flip it horizontally.

Regarding FAIR USE, as long as you don't steal revenue....ohhh, Pandora time? Probably not, cause the world of Hollywood, which is in a constant game of flaccid foreplay with policy lobbyists, they continue to drive forward on a mountain while refusing to look in the windshield but are just staring at the rear view, while they cycle through litigation schemes to cover the damage to themselves that they choose to inflict.

And finally, the irony, sure, white rap parodies by hipsters are inelastic and forever engaging, RU Sirius, Mark Hosler, Don Joyce and The Edge had a great prank about this issue from 1993 that resounds today as the issue of our fucking stupid policy moronic age


All I know is, when this issue happens to Leo, its the true beginning of the beginning.

ps: pay per bit, mobile media on demand, i know/have known everything regarding the need for recontextualized content promotion being the way that media on demand is the methodology for a satisfying range of scope within the retrieval of the living room, where collective national Ed Sullivanism aren't scheduled but viral and only collective through the mediaiton and coordination of mobile device to create flash audiences for streaming events.


Listened to the last 8 hours of The Facebook Effect

First off, it's nice to hear the other oft quoted Mcluhanism, anywayz. Transparency. No choice really, it's the physics of karma painting the invisible with that which was barely known subjectively and objectively. The kid will be contextualized for the human that he and we all are, good intentions, i'm guessing, that the twins, had a more paris hilton influence and the kid figured that, this shit had real legs, seeing that you didn't need to use your legs to get real, exactly. And the tetrad of communications continues, where hyperlinks, continue to be, that which propels the internet, mythologizing that which we've gotten the hang of as humans, til now.

End of Line. HA HA HA AHHAAHAHAhahahahah!