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Transmediaquizz #4: Alex Foti

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00:00:00:19
What are the limits of market production in our society? I mean, I think actually the people that are most vulnerable to brainwash, it’s mostly, you know, retired people, people that dropped off of the labor force in their middle age, those are the most extent of Fabi can be, you know, reactionary people. And they are the only ones, the last ones, they really watch broadcasting, TV, broadcast, TV, you know, all the other people have a fragmented attention among a variety of nanny of the media from, and I bought the DVD. What now, moral justifications for capitalism now are essential. And so I think progressive and radical radicals for the first time in 20 years, they have a window of opportunity. I mean, there is an irresistible trend by now doors of forms of production in information, cultural knowledge. And that’s the fact, I mean, the battle has been won, but I think now the vital element that we have to do is that we have to do a syndicate of knowledge and service workers in order to press our demands on the knowledge Frank and on the labor front. And if you don’t do that, well, new technologies have a horizontal power. What we don’t really have to achieve progressive polity is effective net or the organization. I mean, I mean, in as much even States now the European union is effective or ineffective as over the last two or three years net or state organization.

00:01:44:06
The fact is the anti-globalization movement has been great for analysis and criticism, but it has not yet come up with a viable, radical strategy to, you know, spread to the rest of society. What’s in everybody’s minds because before it was like, the network is the message, the activist is the messenger. Now it should be more like, you know, network society is here where he is at net. What democracy, where is the radical democracy that digital media enabled? Okay. So I think, I think it’s a matter of, of social technology and the science of the internet thing, etc. It’s more than service. It’s an architecture among nodes and I am ongoing information flows and stuff in politics. The non as, as really substituted the part before the lending is for, you know what I mean? And that’s my take, you know, have me out in this guys, man, we need to, you know, post 2001 politics as to come into being.

Xavier Faltot

Xavier Faltot @xavierfaltot @mcmparis @lacontroverse Dans la radio, les magazines, la télé, la rue, le web, et les clubs, en 20 ans, il est passé maître dans l’art du média expérimental. Il joue et compose avec les technologies, les flux et les publics. Hackeur du réel, il travaille à générer des chaos sympathiques, des zones franches où tout se lie et se publie. C’est là qu’il sculpte ses visions d’une société post-capitaliste, post-spectacle. Un endroit où se libérer et briller sans s’éblouir. Il est reporter, gonzo journaliste, VJ Xavier Society for the Blind, le fanzine Le Guide Du Renard, le Xavier de Youtube, le gérant de La Controverse, l’inventeur de La Chambre à Air, le co-créateur de Radiomarais, gangsterreradio.org, RADIO23, democrakidsradio.org, fistfm.org ou encore la cellule multi-média de Le Consulat.
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