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Of particular interest is hacking’s periodically disturbing over-identification with technical means over ends and a love of systems for their own sake. We will see in this desire for mastery, this obsession with means over ends, a regressive conception of masculinity that runs through hacking
Jordan and Taylor | Hacktivism and Cyberwars
Routledge: 2004, p. 117
"On Sunday a user on the 4chan website posted a list of mostly female actors and public figures…"
Paul Farrell |theguardian.com | Monday 1 September 2014
Marketing is the sanctification of commerce, through translation into a values discourse.
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Jennifer Lawrence | Time Magazine 100 Most Influential People 2013
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I think it’s fantasy that we can recoup the violating image and use it, I mean you know I used to get so tired of people quoting Audre the masters tools will never dismantle the master’s house. But that was exactly what she meant. That you are not going to destroy this imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy by creating your own version of it, even if it serves you to make lots and lots of money, because I really have been challenging people to think about would we be at all interested in Beyoncé she wasn’t so rich, because I don’t think you can separate her class power and the wealth from people’s fascination with her.
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Photograph by Ralph Crane for Life Magazine
"Meet the real-life Jessica Rabbit, Miss Vikki Dougan, the 1950s ‘It girl’ who inspired the iconic cartoon sex bomb…"
The Real Jessica Rabbit | MessyNessy 20th Sep, 2013
I’m not bad. I’m just drawn that way
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Director | Robert Zemeckis
The Super Punch blog is collecting the inevitable Marvel/Disney mashups that have appeared online since the Disney/Marvel acquisition was announced yesterday. Shown: Serge Kliavaing’s Mickey Venom.
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We believe that adding Marvel to Disney’s unique portfolio of brands provides significant opportunities for long-term growth and value creation
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“Hot Mouse On Mau5 Action! Disney To Challenge Deadmau5’s Latest Trademark Filing
This logo, which Deadmau5 has used for years (trademark registrations for another view of the logo/headgear dates back to 2009), has been greeted with this.
On Friday, Disney let it be known at the U.S. Trademark Office that it is investigating a trademark registration filed by Deadmau5 (pronounced “dead mouse”).”
Trademark | Tim Cushing
Wed, Apr 2nd 2014
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