phpmybittorrent - bringing p2p to the fourth dimension

 

PTC Tracker: Oct 22 2020, 13:45:23 Users:7960 Joined Last 24hrs:0 Torrents:11716 Peers:0 Seeders: Leechers: Shares:7.98 TB Speed:0.00 B Last Downloads
User Menu

Torrent Index

 


Log in

 

User Name

Password

Security Code
Security Code

Register
Lost your password?


Please Support US
0% (0 of 150 Dollars)
Oct 2020 0%
Goal: $150
Collected: $0

Last 10 Donors
Thanks to following last donors helping out.
AgoCF Donor
$
125 ws PTOR 10
126 ws Lee 20
365 ws guest 5
365 ws W 25
367 ws guest 1
369 ws anonymous 2
369 ws anonymous 10
382 ws guest 10
384 ws guest 2
391 ws philipjcow 7
d=day, w=week
m=min, h=hour
CF=Country Flag

All-Time Top Donors
Donor
$
Olivier M.100
nojusticei .50
Supaiku .50
Marco H.50
ndillinger .42
gatitotara .30
anonymous L.30
guest H.25
Maria S.25
W H.25
Goran T.20
TERESA M.20
A D B.20
Froghammer .20
wageslave8 .20
guest t.20
Lee .20
anonymous S.15
deutschexp .15
joseph g.10
Michael R.10
Douglas S.10
Kenny K.10
John H.10
Bernt F.10

Syndication
  • RSS
  • Tweeter

You Are Not a Gadget A Manifesto Jaron Lanier 2010 :: The Progressive Torrents Community
Torrent Info

S0

L0

Total peers0


You Are Not a Gadget A Manifesto Jaron Lanier 2010




Actions

DownloadStats updated less than 30min ago

Size

2.59 MB

Date/time added:

2015-12-15 16:35:41


Description (required)

deeply exploring the ideas from his famous 2000 Wired magazine article,
One-Half of a Manifesto, which argued against more wildly optimistic
views of what computers and the Internet could accomplish. His main
target here is Web 2.0, the current dominant digital design concept
commonly referred to as open culture. Lanier forcefully argues that Web
2.0 sites such as Wikipedia undervalue humans in favor of anonymity and
crowd identity. He brilliantly shows how large Web 2.0–based
information aggregators such as Amazon.com—as well as proponents of
free music file sharing—have created a hive mind mentality emphasizing
quantity over quality. But he concludes with a passionate and hopeful
argument for a new digital humanism in which radical technologies do
not deny the specialness of personhood. (Jan.)
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or
unavailable edition of this title.


Info Hash

98037efdaa7c7e3dd6066c59d5976e5f22056938


Tracker

udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce


Additional Trackers

Group 0


Group 1


Group 2


Group 3



Type

TV, talks or current affairs

Number of files

1

Uploaded by

Unknown


Seen

92

Downloaded

2

Completed

0


Torrent Rating

Rate

No Rating (Log in to vote)


Files


free site statistics