[fr] Je suis à la conférence Lift12 à Genève ces jours. Voici mes notes de sessions.
The only thing that Etoy sells is stock. You become and investor.
Etoy history represented as a stock chart.
History. First, search engine subversion. (Art-yard.)
Became part of the global transportation network. Containers as nomadic pieces of architecture, icons of globalization.
The outside is standardized.
steph-note: a little lost, maybe that’s the point?
1999 Etoy got stuck in a huge mess. American company with almost the same name, offered a lot of money for the brand, but also sued them for trademark infringement, etc.
steph-note: heck. the toywars actually led to etoys share going down so much that the company filed for bankruptcy.
All about gamification. Let’s do something positive after that! Work with children. Hacking humans. Day-care.
steph-note: I’m not sure I get this “art” thing (not the first time this happens to me)
Understanding people as memory systems. (Elderly people.)
Hacking the end of life. Spheres. Move and sound.
Also doing stuff with ashes (Timothy Leary).
- Lift12, Gaming: Sebastian Deterding [en] (2012)
- Lift12 Stories: James Bridle (Ship Adrift Project) [en] (2012)
- Cory Doctorow: Europe's Copyright Wars – Do We Have to Repeat the American Mistake? (Web 2.0 Expo, Berlin) [en] (2007)
- Lift12, Development, Redevelopment: Kevin Anderson, Social Media in Crisis [en] (2012)
- Lift13, The Agile Enterprise: Daniel Freitag [en] (2013)
- Lift12: Tom Armitage. Games: Systemic Media for a Digital Age [en] (2012)
- Lift12 Extreme Hackers: Mark Suppes and the Open Source Fusion Reactor [en] (2012)
- Somesso – Thomas Power: Shedding light on social
networking for your business [en] (2008)
- Lift12, Development, Redevelopment: Steve Song [en] (2012)
- LeWeb13: Kevin Marks, The Web We Found [en] (2013)