Thursday, April 14, 2011

Frontpage paper

I've made a little funny in my latest article. this is my frontpage. Look at the posture of the big-guy what that pose remind you of?

10 comments:

cybrbeast said...

Strict, but just :)

Nice, what was the subject of the article?

Douchebag said...

No not really.

It is called: Emancipation of the public through Radio, Internet and the Hive-Mind

I'm arguing that we should embrace the Hive-mind (or Legion) in order to break through the cyclical process of utopian notions being subverted into governmental concerns like safety and security

cybrbeast said...

Then what should that pose remind me of?

Hmmm, you know that the hive mind is usually considered a bad thing right? It be interesting to see how you'd argue for it.

Kamielkaze said...

point and laugh?

but i think i don't get it.

dekus said...

Looks to me like the big one wants to eat some pussy...

dekus said...

Fixed it for you

ExpendableAsset said...

WAT. STAAT. DAAR. NOU?!@

Douchebag said...

The big guy in the picture stand for a large authorative entity of power protecting corporate and governmental agencies.

The little guys are the 'user' or public whom are using the radio and the computer/internet to mass themselves against the larger entity.

I kinda figured it wouldn't matter what pose the big-guy had so I've just made it into Wiggles' famous stance :)

btw: I'm arguing for an embrace of the concept of the hive-mind or legion (I'm using the hivemind/legion in the context of internet users, so the hivemind is essentially the sum of loosely connected individuals whom are in a gradient of degrees politically active online) because I believe it has the ability to be more democratic and emancipatory because:
- the more people join in on the Hivemind, the representative the hivemind will become for the public.
- because of its decentralized nature is essentially free from socio-political pressure such as lobbygroups, law enforcement etc. Even if law enforcement wanted to take exert power, they'd have to arrest too many people. Safety in numbers through the Hivemind/Legion

annom said...

> I kinda figured it wouldn't matter what pose the big-guy had so I've just made it into Wiggles' famous stance :)

So cybrbeast was right and it is strict but just!

dekus said...

> I kinda figured it wouldn't matter what pose the big-guy had so I've just made it into Wiggles' famous stance :)

*sigh*