Released by  

“FB Resistance is a research initiative accepting the status quo of Facebook beeing the dominant social identity management system, researching on ways to change it’s rules and functionality from inside the system, locally via Browser App.” [Full Description here]

Good times in Berlin. We certainly recieved alot of attention for this and gathered lots of cool ideas. We’re still sorting them out. Stay tuned about the results and on the next FB resistance workshop in Barcelona in 2 weeks.

See the full FB Resistance Berlin picture Set on Flickr

Follow twitter.com/fbresistance, Post ideas / discuss on our Facebook group, visit fbresistance.com

Released by  

Call for participation

The workshop was originally planned for 10 peeps, but we just raised it to 30 chairs!! So if you want to participate in the workshop (part of this year’s Transmediale Berlin festival) – Submit this form right now with a quick sentence and info about you!!

Short intro to FB Resistance:

Facebook Resistance is a research initiative accepting the status quo of Facebook beeing the dominant social identity management system, researching on ways to change it’s rules and functionality from inside the system, locally via Browser App.

FB sets the rules of how-to behave, so we’re asking: Are we happy to live in their visualisation of our online identity or do we want to change it? A change can be as trivial as adding a background-image. Facebook designing your online identity is like IKEA designing your appartment. The only individuality lies in the family pictures standing in your BILLY shelves.

More

More infos over at http://artzilla.org…, if you can read spanish – Here’s an interview with TBX about the workshop on revistaenie.clarin.com.

Soon more on twitter.com/fbresistance and http://fbresistance.com

Released by  

Vote for Graffiti Analysis & GML in the Transmediale & Mozilla Open Web Award!!!

Here’s how:

1. Create a Mozilla Drumbeat account: https://www.drumbeat.org/user/register

2. Check your mail to get your password and validate your account.

3. Go to the GA/GML Project page on Drumbeat and click “vote” in the upper right corner: http://www.drumbeat.org/project/graffiti-markup-language

4. Leave a comment related to “what you – in particular – like? How do you think the project supports the open web? Would you want to somehow contribute or get involved? Your vote and input directly influences the final decision.

As you can see, GA/GML is currently waaaaaaaay behind in the race, so it can use all the help it can get. Once you have voted please accept my thanks and this sticker.

Tags: , , ,

Posted on November 29, 2010

by

Released by  

Imma let you finish Barbara Kisseler (Permanent Secretary of the State of Berlin), but i’ve had a little sippy sippy, so fffffats gonna get a little lippy lippy… WWKD: What would kanye do?

Somewhere amidst the boos and hisses, i had a moment of clarity. Despite all of our fffffuckery, I think GOOGLE just won Transmediale 10. First runner-up prize went to Google’s own Creative Lab Tech Lead, Aaron Koblin, for his collaboration with Daniel Massey that had something to do with a bicycle but sounded like a choir of intubated drunks.

And the Tranny Oscar went to Michelle Teran for her quite good and goodly Google-sponsored orgy of G-apps, Youtube and Google Earth. I think it was also an add for Mr.Goodbar, but I can’t tell for sure.

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that Google was a sponsor for Transmediale 10. Oh well… atleast they aren’t evil.

FAT is already hard at work on a sure-fire winner for TM11. See you next year Stephen!

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

Tags: , , , , , ,

Posted on February 8, 2010

by

12

The expressions published in this site are all in the public domain. You may enjoy, use, modify, snipe about and republish all F.A.T. media and technologies as you see fit.