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I'm one of those people who never posts content, although I do a lot of comments and i'm hoping with my off the chart ms paint skills I should become maybe I top 100 commenter.

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#29504 - I've typed this all up from the brochure I picked up at the sc…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/30/2013 on Drawing & Art - drawing... +1
User avatar #29505 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
filterings – so that, in the artists’ words, it ‘turns public chat room data into an experience that conveys the yearnings of people out there to connect with each other’.
The patterns identified by the artists allow Listening Post to build up a multi-sensory ‘portrait of chat’. Some of its movements concentrate on the most common first words of new postings – ‘I am…’ ‘I like…’, ‘I love…’ – which themselves speak volumes for the ways in which we choose to identify ourselves online. Others list least-uses words or work in topic clusters, arranging selections from thousands of simultaneous conversations by content and revealing emerging topics of the day, the hour or indeed the moment. From the profound to the frivolous or personal, from the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre to the disappearance of British Toddler Madeleine McCann, Listening Post presents us with whatever is occupying our collective thoughts right now.
The result presents a ‘sculpture’ of the ‘content and magnitude’ of online chatter. Through Listening Post Hansen and Rubin provide us with insights into the vast scale of online social activity, and the gradations of human expression which exist within it. Our assertions, opinions, hopes and dreams, extracted from their original contexts but otherwise unaltered, are given sharper, different and wider meanings which range from the poignant to the absurd. The mundane is rendered monumental and the monumental mundane as Listening Post levels the politically volatile with the light-hearted, lecherous, plaintive, expressive and banal.
‘Anyone who types a message in a chat room and hits send is calling out for a response. Listening Post is our response.’ Mark Hansen & Ben Rubin
User avatar #29506 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
The power of listening post emerges from the artist’s skill in pooling their combined philosophical, artistic and technological interests to achieve an exceptional distillation of collective interests as well as ‘the content and patterns evident in different information channels’. Mark Hansen’s computer programmes collect, sample and process thousands of live online public conversations which are then sorted by theme, while Ben Rubin’s voice-synthesiser tones and sound effects, respond to shifts in the data streams, carefully building up to the musical score. Together these activities go beyond simple redisplay or reinterpretation of data patterns, to create something ‘that expresses the meaning of data gathered from the internet’. As a work of art and a piece of technological ingenuity in its own right, Listening Post is hard to categorise. An extraordinary investigation into the meaning and malleability of statistics, it combines a minimal art aesthetic with the elements of chance and randomness common to experimental art from the early 20th century to the present day. But it engagement with media technologies and sophisticated data-analysis techniques differentiates it from traditional visual art. It relies not on the found objects of Modern Art but on found data and extracted thoughts – the very unstill lives of a hundred thousand active minds. Listening Post is an acknowledged masterpiece of electronic art; it references issues and themes central to software art and interactive art, while subverting notions of interactivity. By anonymously drawing from active public places on the internet for its raw material, using thousands of expressions from thousands of unwitting online contributors, it repositions the point of interaction to the point of source rather than the point of encounter. It is itself as much a voyeur as the gallery audiences to whom it performs its findings.
User avatar #29507 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
Listening Post has a finite life span. The messaging phenomena that it feeds upon were enabled by the evolution of networks and mass access to continual bandwidth over HTML bulletin boards and internet relay chat (IRC). Changes to the text-based nature4 of these environments – the proliferation of video-graphics and animation – are in turn bound to radically change the content sources that listening post relies on, perhaps even rendering it silent one day.
For now, and as long as the sources it depends upon are available to its constant trawling, listening Post remains an astonishing , awe-inspiring and strangely humbling ‘instrument of mass, if random, surveillance and chapel to the human need for contact’. Hansen and Rubin’s creation can at times seem like a modern-day oracle, a snapshot of the text-based internet as we know it today or a monument to the ways we find to connect with each other online
User avatar #29508 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
And after all that, here's a video of one of my favorite segments: 'I am...' vimeo.com/3885443
User avatar #29509 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns4Nm4G1l_g
And this, man i'm unorganized...
User avatar #29534 - hiddeninhat (05/30/2013) [-]
This has been most definetly interesting. I only read the first version, but I think I got the hang of this.

Human comunication is surely one of the most beatiful things that can be thought about. Also, it made me think, the fact that one of the things most people does is talk about oneself (I am, I love...). At first it seems kinda egocentrical, but it also means we want to share with others our view of things, therefore we definetly are a social species.


(on a kinda related note, I've been just some days in funnyjunk, and even though I've received a lot of human negativity, that has stimulated my brain to do stuff. Much more than it has in deviantART. Also, it wouldn't be fair just to talk about the bad things, because I've already met a lotta cool guys that are really cool 8 ) just sayin')
User avatar #29535 - hiddeninhat (05/30/2013) [-]
(and now, green thumb shower to you! (ouo ) )
#29417 - Has anybody seen a piece of art going around recently, I saw i…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Drawing & Art - drawing... +1
User avatar #29427 - hiddeninhat (05/29/2013) [-]
Woah. I've been staring at this for some time, and I must say it's really impressive. So you have anymore information? About the author, or anything related?
User avatar #29504 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
I've typed this all up from the brochure I picked up at the science museum:

Listening Post, Mark Hansen & Ben Rubin
Mark Hansen and Ben Reubin ‘s Listening Post immerses us in a rhythm of computer synthesised voices reading, or singing out, a fluid play of real-time text fragments. The fragments are sampled from thousands of live, unrestricted internet chat rooms, bulletin boards and other online public forums. They are uncensored and unedited. Stray thoughts resonate through the space in sound and voice as texts surge, flicker, appear and disappear, at varying sizes and speeds, across a suspended grid of over 200 small electronic screens. An ambient soundtrack accompanies the activity with isolated pulses reminiscent of computer moderns, clatterings, footsteps and the beeping of mechanical answering machines. At intervals darkness and silence take over, creating momentary pauses before Listening Post continues with its next movement.
The artists’ starting place for Listening Post was simple curiosity – what might 100,000 people chatting online sound like? Hansen and Rubin agreed that the project should have a strong social component, so whilst initial research centred on statistical representations of websites, they rapidly moved towards concentrating on actual language from chatrooms, ‘from which a kind of music began to emerge…the messages started to form a giant cut-up poem’.
The piece responds to a special moment in history. At no other time since the birth of communications technologies have ordinary people – independent of news channels, corporations or political parties- had the opportunity to exchange views so immediately and on such a large scale.
Every day, at every hour, hundreds of thousands of us go online to meet friends, exchange news and share thoughts. Listening Post interrogates this phenomenon by continually drawing down fragments of these online discussions, including them in its cycle of orderings, sifting and filterings
User avatar #29505 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
filterings – so that, in the artists’ words, it ‘turns public chat room data into an experience that conveys the yearnings of people out there to connect with each other’.
The patterns identified by the artists allow Listening Post to build up a multi-sensory ‘portrait of chat’. Some of its movements concentrate on the most common first words of new postings – ‘I am…’ ‘I like…’, ‘I love…’ – which themselves speak volumes for the ways in which we choose to identify ourselves online. Others list least-uses words or work in topic clusters, arranging selections from thousands of simultaneous conversations by content and revealing emerging topics of the day, the hour or indeed the moment. From the profound to the frivolous or personal, from the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre to the disappearance of British Toddler Madeleine McCann, Listening Post presents us with whatever is occupying our collective thoughts right now.
The result presents a ‘sculpture’ of the ‘content and magnitude’ of online chatter. Through Listening Post Hansen and Rubin provide us with insights into the vast scale of online social activity, and the gradations of human expression which exist within it. Our assertions, opinions, hopes and dreams, extracted from their original contexts but otherwise unaltered, are given sharper, different and wider meanings which range from the poignant to the absurd. The mundane is rendered monumental and the monumental mundane as Listening Post levels the politically volatile with the light-hearted, lecherous, plaintive, expressive and banal.
‘Anyone who types a message in a chat room and hits send is calling out for a response. Listening Post is our response.’ Mark Hansen & Ben Rubin
User avatar #29506 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
The power of listening post emerges from the artist’s skill in pooling their combined philosophical, artistic and technological interests to achieve an exceptional distillation of collective interests as well as ‘the content and patterns evident in different information channels’. Mark Hansen’s computer programmes collect, sample and process thousands of live online public conversations which are then sorted by theme, while Ben Rubin’s voice-synthesiser tones and sound effects, respond to shifts in the data streams, carefully building up to the musical score. Together these activities go beyond simple redisplay or reinterpretation of data patterns, to create something ‘that expresses the meaning of data gathered from the internet’. As a work of art and a piece of technological ingenuity in its own right, Listening Post is hard to categorise. An extraordinary investigation into the meaning and malleability of statistics, it combines a minimal art aesthetic with the elements of chance and randomness common to experimental art from the early 20th century to the present day. But it engagement with media technologies and sophisticated data-analysis techniques differentiates it from traditional visual art. It relies not on the found objects of Modern Art but on found data and extracted thoughts – the very unstill lives of a hundred thousand active minds. Listening Post is an acknowledged masterpiece of electronic art; it references issues and themes central to software art and interactive art, while subverting notions of interactivity. By anonymously drawing from active public places on the internet for its raw material, using thousands of expressions from thousands of unwitting online contributors, it repositions the point of interaction to the point of source rather than the point of encounter. It is itself as much a voyeur as the gallery audiences to whom it performs its findings.
User avatar #29507 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
Listening Post has a finite life span. The messaging phenomena that it feeds upon were enabled by the evolution of networks and mass access to continual bandwidth over HTML bulletin boards and internet relay chat (IRC). Changes to the text-based nature4 of these environments – the proliferation of video-graphics and animation – are in turn bound to radically change the content sources that listening post relies on, perhaps even rendering it silent one day.
For now, and as long as the sources it depends upon are available to its constant trawling, listening Post remains an astonishing , awe-inspiring and strangely humbling ‘instrument of mass, if random, surveillance and chapel to the human need for contact’. Hansen and Rubin’s creation can at times seem like a modern-day oracle, a snapshot of the text-based internet as we know it today or a monument to the ways we find to connect with each other online
User avatar #29508 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
And after all that, here's a video of one of my favorite segments: 'I am...' vimeo.com/3885443
User avatar #29509 - trolololing (05/30/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns4Nm4G1l_g
And this, man i'm unorganized...
User avatar #29534 - hiddeninhat (05/30/2013) [-]
This has been most definetly interesting. I only read the first version, but I think I got the hang of this.

Human comunication is surely one of the most beatiful things that can be thought about. Also, it made me think, the fact that one of the things most people does is talk about oneself (I am, I love...). At first it seems kinda egocentrical, but it also means we want to share with others our view of things, therefore we definetly are a social species.


(on a kinda related note, I've been just some days in funnyjunk, and even though I've received a lot of human negativity, that has stimulated my brain to do stuff. Much more than it has in deviantART. Also, it wouldn't be fair just to talk about the bad things, because I've already met a lotta cool guys that are really cool 8 ) just sayin')
User avatar #29535 - hiddeninhat (05/30/2013) [-]
(and now, green thumb shower to you! (ouo ) )
#1336 - **trolololing rolled a random comment #17 posted by rainbo… 02/14/2013 on What Your Valentine Said 0
#2450 - **trolololing rolled a random comment #330683 posted by mr… 02/07/2013 on What You Say to the Girl... 0
#6 - Hey.. hey..hey..hey guise Hear me out on this one... … 01/05/2013 on 2013 off to a great start -1
#21 - on your last point fair enough, but the thing is is that's jus…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/01/2012 on How it should have gone. 0
User avatar #56 - awesomanium (12/01/2012) [-]
Also 301 would be quite a shitty title.
User avatar #38 - kalthorak (12/01/2012) [-]
Also, Spartans considered combat that wasn't hand to hand to be of cowards, that's why you never see an archer in the movie, just hoplites.
#13 - I have a problem with 300, it's not that it isn't a bad idea, …  [+] (6 new replies) 12/01/2012 on How it should have gone. +1
User avatar #45 - IloveWAFFLES (12/01/2012) [-]
Only thing fake about 300 was that it was just the spartans it was many other greek city state soldiers. (Like Lacedaemonians) all though the spartans number was 300 (who all died)

It was truly the first war were greek banded together
#33 - muchosgustaman (12/01/2012) [-]
Ephialtes wasn't actually a mutant. He was a greek farmer whom Xerxes approached, he lived near Thermopylae, and was bribed to tell them anyhting he knew. The reason they made him a mutant in the film was to show how brutal the spartans were, even towards their own children. I studied it in Classical studies this year.
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User avatar #21 - trolololing (12/01/2012) [-]
on your last point fair enough, but the thing is is that's just not real spartan psychology, they were simply very judgmental people and he had an unnatural disability, and a Spartan wouldn't have been very compassionate to him and said 'Well ok, how about you just stand at the back and throw spears like a good spartan' he would've been very honest since Spartans just weren't very nice compassionate people
User avatar #56 - awesomanium (12/01/2012) [-]
Also 301 would be quite a shitty title.
User avatar #38 - kalthorak (12/01/2012) [-]
Also, Spartans considered combat that wasn't hand to hand to be of cowards, that's why you never see an archer in the movie, just hoplites.
#56 - mfw the second mouth comes out 11/30/2012 on This fucking fish +9
#18332 - I hate how this is the only board where an opinion can be left…  [+] (8 new replies) 11/19/2012 on Hating - file complaints,... +7
User avatar #18350 - Jackimole (11/20/2012) [-]
Good. Use your aggressive feelings, boy. Let the hate flow through you.
#18347 - harryscene (11/20/2012) [-]
I was out casted from other boards for sharing my opinions... Music board: I liked a band that wasn't over 15 years old, RED THUMBS. Anime board: I said something about Naruto (Which is still a fucking anime...), RED THUMBS. I went on here to ventilate my anger, then people responded positively. I felt wanted here. People weren't complete assholes here, and I didn't have to spend time arguing with anybody over opinions. (Except for that one time that fag with the applejack logo came about). I could say what pissed me off, and people would shut the fuck up if they disagree, and speak up if they agree. The hate board , ironically, is the only board that isn't full of douches.
User avatar #18476 - spartusee (11/21/2012) [-]
YES, also nice comment on the band thing, I love how the only time I see some one with red thumbs is when they are being a dick is saying "lol ecks dee i hate hating lawl"
User avatar #18482 - harryscene (11/21/2012) [-]
It took me time to figure out what the fuck "ecks dee" was. Lol.
#18338 - luxray (11/19/2012) [-]
It gets better. 17 here. School becomes more fun. I felt the same at your age. Can I offer advice? Man up, get it done, and just. be. you. make your own style. People will want to be friends with people who aren't afraid to be themselves.
User avatar #18372 - boydaranga (11/20/2012) [-]
im sixteen, and i can still relate to this guy, is your education system sped up or something? because im at average for my age, i know that.
User avatar #18402 - luxray (11/20/2012) [-]
Me? No, not really. I just don't care what people I don't like say.
User avatar #18404 - boydaranga (11/20/2012) [-]
oh...
#146 - Jacksonville, Florida E-40 7chan 11/18/2012 on Jackie Chan +2
#18126 - All that year of him being an attention seeking, whiny-ass, st… 11/17/2012 on Hating - file complaints,... +2
#18124 - My brother is 16, and is mildly autistic, and he made me easil…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/17/2012 on Hating - file complaints,... +2
User avatar #18126 - trolololing (11/17/2012) [-]
All that year of him being an attention seeking, whiny-ass, stuck up, arrogant, annoying, dumbshit, self-worshiping, narcissistic prick was solved in those 10 minutes, this is why I genuinely hate my brother, not even jokingly, he creates his own fucking problems and i'm just starting to not care anymore
#18123 - I'm a keen player of tf2, and i'm also a 14 y/o kid, oh great,… 11/17/2012 on Hating - file complaints,... +2
#18122 - I really, completely agree with you, i'm born Sep. 1998, and n… 11/17/2012 on Hating - file complaints,... +1
#13 - it's funny because i've seen this on facebook for months 11/11/2012 on Those feels man -1
#124 - I went onto the IMDb for [Rec] and I decided what I was gonna … 11/10/2012 on Morbid gif +5
#54 - i'm gonna go ahead and say it, but anyone think that might've … 11/10/2012 on Not a single fuck given by cat -1
#66 - Wake up *wake up* Grababrushandputalittle Make up hahs…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/27/2012 on Make up +1
#94 - Auric (10/27/2012) [-]
hidethescarstofadeawaythe Shake Up
#8 - No Donut..... Oh **** 10/26/2012 on Oh god.. +1
#108 - "Guys, what was the difference between your and you're?" 10/19/2012 on bad parental motivational... +1
#107 - I was calm until I read 'your' 10/19/2012 on bad parental motivational... +7
#8 - Comment deleted  [+] (3 new replies) 10/18/2012 on Gonorrhea +1
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#61 - dude, it takes about 7 heliums, or 3 bleaches, whichever you want 10/15/2012 on wut. +7
#53 - I remember that scene from rugrats, i'm a jewish kid so I got … 10/15/2012 on Right In the Childhood Comp 0
#78 - what movie, is that pan's labrinth?  [+] (1 new reply) 10/14/2012 on My little angle 0
User avatar #82 - repugnantpug (10/14/2012) [-]
yup.
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User avatar #12 - Cookiez ONLINE (09/01/2013) [-]
Its too late, were friends now.
#13 to #12 - trolololing (09/01/2013) [-]



or we can be more than friends
User avatar #14 to #13 - Cookiez ONLINE (09/01/2013) [-]
B-but, what if admin finds out?
#15 to #14 - trolololing (09/01/2013) [-]
he doesn't need to know
he doesn't need to know
User avatar #16 to #15 - Cookiez ONLINE (09/01/2013) [-]
*shoves finger up his own butt*

ARE WE SEX NOW?
#17 to #16 - trolololing (09/01/2013) [-]
WE ARE VERY SEX
User avatar #18 to #17 - Cookiez ONLINE (09/01/2013) [-]
I hope we can do this again in the forseeable future.
User avatar #19 to #18 - trolololing (09/01/2013) [-]
It was fun, nice to meet you and go complete homosex with you
#7 - anonymous (08/07/2012) [-]
**** you you dick!
You got my account crpa banned because of the comment you made on my dubs you ****** ,
you're the cancer that has ruined funnyjunk you 3 year old ****
User avatar #8 to #7 - trolololing (08/07/2012) [-]
wait...what? when was this? could you give me a link to the comment, I swear to god i've no idea what you're talking about
User avatar #9 to #8 - trolololing (08/07/2012) [-]
ok, I remember now, but you had like at least 50 thumbs down when I commented anyway, all I did was call you out on why you had thumbs down, not my fault everyone else did, and anywho, I got thumbs down on my comment, and I never recall me getting positive thumbs at all, if you're gonna blame anyone blame the entire ******* community you raging, overreacting ****** . and you had barely done anything with your account, all you had was a few comments, most of which got thumbs down. ******* chill man.
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#5 - awesomebubbles (08/06/2012) [-]
so i heard you were a ****** i dont like ******* there hard to find at night
#4 - staticmind (08/06/2012) [-]
you are a 						******					 sir
you are a ****** sir
#3 - trolololing (08/06/2012) [-]
you're a massive ******
#10 to #3 - killerofjokes (08/18/2012) [-]
Did you just call yourself a ****** ...?
#2 - nevergosolo (08/06/2012) [-]
Oh boy! what a ****** !
User avatar #1 - mohawkgod (08/06/2012) [-]
you sir are a ****** .
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