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预告 | Dimension将参加第四届网络社会年会

2019年11月22日至11月24日,第四届网络社会年会将在杭州举行,本次会议的主题是“网民 21 : 超越个人账户”。其中的“21”既有中国网民 21 年的意思,又指 21 世纪的网络使用者。第四届网络社会年会企图从“网民”这一在上个世纪并未认真思考的二字着手,历史化和社会化当代的符号资本主义,特别是媒体作用。

本次网络社会年会的主题与 Diemension 历来的想法非常契合。作为 21 世纪互联网的使用者以及加密应用软件开发者,Dimension 旨在让更多被迫透明化自身数据 的网民能够认识加密隐私的重要性,学会保护自己的数据 隐私安全。

本次年会,Dimension 共有两篇投稿论文脱颖而出,被选为具有研究潜力的论文,即Suji Yan & Katt Gu 的 The Continuation of FOSS ( Free and Open Source Software ) Movement and Data - The new Form of Labor ;Katt Gu & Yuan He 的 Yesterday is dead , so forget it : The Right to be forgotten in China’s Cyber Governance Regime,他们将于 11 月 22 日在中国美术学院南山校区南苑报告厅与大家分享。

时间

2019 年 11 月 22 - 24 日

地点

中国美术学院南山校区南苑报告厅( 拉姆咖啡旁 )

演讲时间及主题

11 月 22 日 13:00-14:20

Katt Gu & Yuan He Yesterday is dead , so forget it : The Right to be forgotten in China’s Cyber Governance Regime

Suji Yan & Katt Gu The Continuation of FOSS ( Free and Open Source Software ) Movement and Data - The new Form of Labor

这次年会分成四个主题:

Panel 1 : 当代网络社会的精神生活

齐美尔捕捉了 19 世纪大城市生活的面貌:繁忙而孤单的人在流行中找寻认同与独立,现在我们需要捕捉“信息资本主义社会”的症状,包含了知产阶级( cognitariat )那些失去灵魂的情感知识工作阶层,以及生存在零工经济与网上的流众( precariat )。我们都深陷于社会加速的“当下时态萎缩”,该如何思考自身、所属文化及其再现与世界的关系?

报告人:

Panel 2 : 社交媒体政治经济批判

我们的工作、生活,甚至情感交流,都被掌握技术工具的中介者( mediators )所占有了。平台就是媒体、市场与公司,并作为统治者,观看着透明笼子中人类现在与未来的生活。平台接管了社群制造,埋葬了独立媒体,安利化博客、工具化了网民。在全面的社会加速中,我们必须越跑越快才能停在原处。漂泊狂想曲( precarious rhapsody )可以成为共鸣嘛?在线社群能够成为像合作社一样的存在吗?社会运动可以超越魔兽的公会力量?社交媒体的深渊无法跨越?

报告人:

Panel 3 : 媒体考古学

就当代媒体研究而言,新媒体老旧不堪,对社交媒体的批评多来自民间作者( 好的新闻记者,或与珪谷甚密却还带点批判风味的老嬉皮,少数的黑庞克们 )。学术生产与理论已经被抛得远远,软件研究还没真正浮出台面,从麦克卢汉宣言式与表演式的告白,到 Fuller 等人倡议的研究取向——邪恶媒体( evil meida ),一种无关观者想法而可以自我启动的媒体 —— 我们找到了突破的可能嘛?媒体考古学是方向之一?从天涯、榕树下到今日的社交媒体,从中我们可以理解微信朋友圈、知乎、快手兴起的原因?抑或相反,对当下之分析才能知晓过去的意义,如马克思说的:“人体解剖对于猴体解剖是一把钥匙.低等动物身上表露的高等动物的征兆,反而在高等动物本身巳被认识之后才能理解。”那互联网一开始,我们错失与误解了什么?

报告人:

Panel 4 : 平台资本主义

“为什么马克思是对的?”( Terry Eagleton, Why Marx Was Right )听起来像老派的辩驳?马克思一直都在,而鲜少人当真。我们每日辛勤地在键盘上分享美食猫咪与感情,自愿无筹的工作,所以应该对脸书与发起求偿要求吗?还是要努力学习中国的网红跟快手的直播主,成为这世代文化创意工作者的楷模?实现了点对点的交易,文化生产者与无偿劳动者的生存与认同焦虑就解决了吗?人们为何愿意付网络费用却不喜欢为内容付钱?我们为何轻易接受内容给所有人看但盈余被少数人全拿?或更直接地问:脸书跟微信如何赚钱?劳动价值在其中如何计算?

报告人:

年会议程

The Fourth Annual Conference

of Network Society:

Netizen 21: Beyond Personal Account

From November 22 to November 24, 2019, the Fourth Annual Conference of Network Society will be held in Hangzhou. The theme of this conference is “ Netizen 21: Beyond Personal Account”. The Fourth Annual Conference of Network Society is going to explore the history of network society in China over the past two decades. Here, “21” refers to both the 21 years since the term “ Wang Ming ( 网民 )” ( Netizen ) being coined, and internet users in the 21st century.

The Fourth Annual Conference of Network Society fits well with the traditional ideas of Dimension. As a user of the 21st century Internet and a developer of encryption applications, Dimension aims to make more Internet users who are forced to transparently communicate their own information to understand the importance of encryption privacy.

At this annual meeting, Dimension has two submissions to stand out and was selected as a research potential, namely Suji Yan & Katt Gu The Continuation of FOSS ( Free and Open Source Software ) Movement and Data - The new Form of Labor ;Katt Gu & Yuan He Yesterday is dead , so forget it : The Right to be forgotten in China’s Cyber Governance Regime,they will share with you at the Nanyuan Auditorium of the Nanshan Campus of the China Academy of Art on November 22nd.

Time

2019/11/22—11/24

Location

Nanyuan Conference Room, 1 F, Building 3, 218 Nanshan Road, China Academy of Art ( Nanshan Camps ), Hangzhou

The presentation time and theme of Suji yan and Katt Gu

11 月 22 日 13:00-14:20

Katt Gu & Yuan He Yesterday is dead , so forget it : The Right to be forgotten in China’s Cyber Governance Regime

Suji Yan & Katt Gu The Continuation of FOSS ( Free and Open Source Software ) Movement and Data - The new Form of Labor

The Fourth Annual Conference of Network Society is constituted of four panels:

Panel 1 : Spiritual Life in Network Society

Georg Simmel draws the life in 19th century big city: busy yet lonely people looking for a sense of identity and independence through fashion. Today, it is our turn to capture the symptoms of “ society of informational capitalism “ which includes “ cognitariat” and “precariat “. The former are intellectual labours who lose their soul and the later survive through gig economy. Trapped in the “ shrinking of present tense “ in a accelerating society, how should we think about ourselves, the culture we belong to, and the relationship between its representation and the world?

Panel 2 : Political Economy Criticism of Social Media

” Why Marx was right ?” ( Title of Terry Eagleton’s 2011 book ) Does it sound like a cliché-ridden rebuttal ? Marx is always there, yet few take it serious. Every day we diligently share our food, cat and affair, voluntarily doing an unpaid job. Therefore, should we accuse Facebook and claim for our wages? Or, should we learn from Chinese internet celebrities and Kwai live streamers as a model of creative worker in this generation? Does the realization of P2P transaction an antidote to the survival issue and identity crisis of cultural labor? Why are people willing to pay for the internet access but not the content they find on the internet? Why do we easily accept that all contents should be open to everyone but the benefits are taken by a minority? Perhaps, the question should be asked in a more direct way : how do Facebook and WeChat make their money? and how does the labor value be calculated?

Panel 3 : Media Archeology

” New media “ seems old-aged to contemporary media study. Criticism of social media largely comes from authors outside the academy like some outstanding journalists, old hippies who are close to the Silicon Valley but in a critical distance, or few hackactivists. The production of academic research and theory is left far behind; software study has not yet dominated the stage. From Marshall McLuhan’s performative and manifesto-like confession, to the research approach proposed by Matthew Fuller et al.——evil media, a self-driven media that has nothing to do with the spectator——have we found the possibility to overcome? Is media archeology a way out? Could we understand how Wechat Friends’ Circle and Kwai work as we see Tianya Club or Rongshuxia ( Tianya is an internet forum and Rongshuxia is a portal site of internet literature. Both were founded in late 1990s in China. )? Or maybe we should think conversely that only through the analysis of the current we would realize the meaning of the past. As Marx said: “ Human anatomy contains a key to the anatomy of the ape. The intimations of higher development among the subordinate animal species, however, can be understood only after the higher development is already known.” Then, what did we miss and misunderstand when the internet emerged?

Panel 4 : Platform Capitalism

Our work, life and even relationship are dominated by mediators that control the technology. The platform is the media, market and corporation. Besides, as a dominator, it watches the now and future life of humans housed in a transparent cage. The platform takes over the reins of community building, buries independent media, Amwayizes blogosphere, and instrumentalizes netizen. In an accelerating society, we have to run faster in order to stand at the same place. Could “ precarious rhapsody “ become a kind of resonance? Could online community become something like a cooperative? Could social movement surpass the power of fans’ union of World of Warcraft? Is it impossible to cross the social media abyss?

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