How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Okay, first, the serious topic, Howard Rheingold put together an interesting essay on "sousveillance". In answer to the question, "who watches the watchers?", he responds: "Us." We have the tools to take pictures anywhere, and put them up for public display. We can keep an eye on those that think an eye must be kept on us. I have this image of people going into large stores and posting maps of the store (photograpphed from a "You are here locater" perhaps?) with all of the security cameras marked, and shadings for the camera blind spots. That, and the article references Steve Mann, who's always an interesting figure.

Meanwhile, The original audio track to Terminator 2. Rock it.

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