So Google freaked out because the public in Sweden integrate to their language the term “ogooglebar”, which means ungoogable. Språkrådet (The Language Council) included “ogooglebar” in the yearly list of new words …and Google™ pressured legally and demanded the word to be defined as the state of not being able to find search results in Google™, rather than any search engine. They also asked for include a note specifying that Google™ is a trademark in the Council’s website.
Språkradet deleted from the list the new word and published a great post bashing the company Google™ for their “attempt to control language”.
Just a mere casualty, but i finished today one of my swedish language courses at SFI…. it went great. Long story short, one of the first things i learned is that anka means duck, as in DuckDuckGo <3
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Check J3DILLA demo at http://fffff.at/J3DILLA/
In times of sudden, harsh and never-ending changes to ToS – with which we do not always agree at all (since da man usually don’t even ask) – it is always a good idea to host our own data.
J3DILLA is a shell script that makes super easy and painless to generate a list of your .stl files and create pages for display each of them – so you can share them on your own terms.
Opening (for one night only): 12 June 2012, 4.30–9.00pm
Living Space Internet Café
1 Coral Street
London SE1 7BE
Public Access is an exhibition of Internet-based works by a group of artists originating from the Americas. The exhibition is presented as a ‘Speed Show’, which has become popular exhibition format in the US, but is the first of its kind in the UK. Conceived by artist Aram Bartholl in 2010, a speed show entails creating a gallery private view for browser based Internet art in a public cyber-café for one night. The exhibition format is free and can be applied by anyone, anywhere, any time.
With contributions of: Kenneth Goldsmith, Marialaura Ghidini, Marc Garrett
Curated by Rachel Falconer, Ruth Hogan, Augustina Matuseviciute and Youna Shin from the Curating Contemporary Art programme at the Royal College of Art.
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