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Category Archives: Emotional Stock-Market
Im listening to Max Keiser learning about all the nasty honest mechanics of the stock market. He is brilliantly accurate and knowledgeable, feeding my stock market terminology hunger.
take a listen to the whole series (on resonance i think) HERE
The .com bubble burst when the shares did not actually exist…i need an emotional stock market crash….
I love this. Its seems simple and limited at first, but the dialogue that arrives from the picture of their tweet projected is really interesting responses. everybody seems like their privacy has been breached. I want to begin notifying users to gain wider audience and open this feedback dialogue.
am waiting to install in college so video recording tests.
Prints mumurs, grunts and gphh in real time on Twitter/ facebook.
‘ Murmur Study is an installation that examines the rise of micro-messaging technologies such as Twitter and Facebook’s status update. One might describe these messages as a kind of digital small talk. But unlike water-cooler conversations, these fleeting thoughts are accumulated, archived and digitally-indexed by corporations. While the future of these archives remains to be seen, the sheer volume of publicly accessible personal — often emotional — expression should give us pause.
This installation consists of 30 thermal printers that continuously monitor Twitter for new messages containing variations on common emotional utterances. Messages containing hundreds of variations on words such as argh, meh, grrrr, oooo, ewww, and hmph, are printed as an endless waterfall of text accumulating in tangled piles below.’