Bodybits

2011, Mar 28 — Apr 1

Facebook, Studi-VZ, Myspace, Stayfriends, Skype, ICQ, Twitter: the Internet is playing an increasingly dominant role in our lives and the tensions between the digital and analog worlds is mounting. Some people already lead second lives which can only exist online. But what does it mean to have an alter ego in the World Wide Web?

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Bodybits | Siegfried Zielinski: Vademecum gegen eine psychopthia medialis

Bodybits Analog Bodies in the Digital Era 2011, Mar 28, Mon — 2011, Apr 01, Fri Siegfried Zielinski: Vademecum gegen eine psychopthia medialis. Ein Manifest.

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Bodybits | Marie-Luise Angerer: Rather a Cyborg than a Goddess

Bodybits Analog Bodies in the Digital Era 2011, Mar 28, Mon — 2011, Apr 01, Fri Marie-Luise Angerer: Rather a Cyborg than a Goddess

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Bodybits | Gerald Hüther: Wer sind wir und wenn ja, wie viele?

Bodybits Analog Bodies in the Digital Era 2011, Mar 28, Mon — 2011, Apr 01, Fri Gerald Hüther: Wer sind wir und wenn ja, wie viele?

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Bodybits | Alice B. Krueger: People with Disabilities in Virtual Worlds

Bodybits Analog Bodies in the Digital Era 2011, Mar 28, Mon — 2011, Apr 01, Fri Alice B. Krueger: People with Disabilities in Virtual Worlds

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Bodybits | Richard Sennett: Brutal Simplifiers (1/5)

Richard Sennett (New York University and London School of Economics): Brutal Simplifiers

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Bodybits | Richard Sennett: Brutal Simplifiers (4/5)

Richard Sennett (New York University and London School of Economics): Brutal Simplifiers

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Bodybits | Richard Sennett: Brutal Simplifiers (3/5)

Richard Sennett (New York University and London School of Economics): Brutal Simplifiers

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Bodybits | Richard Sennett: Brutal Simplifiers (2/5)

Richard Sennett (New York University and London School of Economics): Brutal Simplifiers

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Bodybits | Richard Sennett: Brutal Simplifiers (5/5)

Richard Sennett (New York University and London School of Economics): Brutal Simplifiers