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aufhebung
 aufhebung      25.10.2020 - 09:35:49 , level: 1, UP   NEW
https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-great-unread-on-william-deresiewiczs-the-death-of-the-artist/

The artists tell another tale. Yes, you can produce and post your work more easily, but so can everyone else. Every year, every major venue — SoundCloud, Kindle Store, Sundance — is inundated with thousands if not millions of songs, books, and films, but most sink like a stone. Of the 6,000,000 books in the US Kindle Store, the “overwhelming majority” of which are self-published, “68 percent sell fewer than two copies a month.” Only about 2,000 US Kindle Store authors earn more than $25,000 per year. Spotify features roughly 2,000,000 artists worldwide, but less than four percent of them garner 95 percent of the streams. The pie has been “pulverized into a million tiny crumbs.” We may now have “universal access” to the audience, but “at the price of universal impoverishment.”

Deresiewicz is a literary critic and author of a provocative earlier book on higher education in the United States, Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life. He made his first foray into the debate about the plight of artists in The Atlantic in 2015, but declined at the time to endorse either of the two narratives set out above. In that essay, he framed the debate itself as symptomatic of a deeper shift on the artistic horizon. Creators are becoming unmoored from the institutions that have long made their careers possible, he argued, as publishers, labels, studios, and colleges are now “contracting or disintegrating.” Left to fend for themselves in the marketplace, artists have been forced to practice “creative entrepreneurship,” with less time to spend building an oeuvre or perfecting their technique, and more time to be spent on networking and self-promoting. User reviews and recommendation engines matter more to them than critical opinion. Their work tends to be tamer, safer, more “formulaic” — “more like entertainment, less like art.” More broadly, this new breed of artist is compelled to feel good about all the internet makes possible, and to ignore the fact that few have managed to capitalize on it. In 2015, the future under the new paradigm was not encouraging. But it seemed too soon to pass judgment.

Having gathered copious evidence for the book, Deresiewicz now stands firmly against the model of the creative entrepreneur. Based on some 140 phone interviews with creators across a number of fields, and ample studies and reports, the book urges us to dismiss the Silicon Valley narrative as pure “propaganda.” It is a persuasive and thoroughly engaging read. Deresiewicz is not a pioneer in this terrain — Scott Timberg’s Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class and Jonathan Taplin’s Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy cover much of the same ground. But Deresiewicz takes a closer look at artists’ lives and careers, presenting a bleak composite picture that anyone with creative aspirations must confront. All but the most popular creators, he makes clear, face new and daunting obstacles, pointing to a future in which more artists will do more of their work as part-time amateurs. Final chapters try to brighten the picture somewhat with encouraging words about organizing and advocating for IP reform. But the book leaves unclear the answer to a larger question: is the aspiration to become a full-time writer, filmmaker, or musician — no matter how earnestly held — now essentially obsolete?

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imnot
 imnot      24.10.2020 - 10:46:46 , level: 1, UP   NEW



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pht
 pht      24.10.2020 - 11:00:08 , level: 2, UP   NEW
cast gameplanu odjakziva
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fordl%C3%A2ndia
https://www.batovany.sk/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zl%C3%ADn#Zl%C3%ADn_and_Tom%C3%A1%C5%A1_Ba%C5%A5a_(1894%E2%80%931932)

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      19.10.2020 - 19:55:07 [1K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/oct/19/covid-19-exposed-catastrophic-impact-privatising-vital-services

Global markets have failed to provide people with basic needs like housing and water, say present and former UN special rapporteurs

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čo
 čo      19.10.2020 - 21:48:34 (modif: 19.10.2020 - 21:50:38) [1K] , level: 2, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
hm
We are six UN independent experts from many different backgrounds, current and former special rapporteurs on a range of economic, social and cultural rights. It is in this capacity that, together, we want to share this message: if human rights are to be taken seriously, the old construct of states taking a back seat to private companies must be abandoned.

New alternatives are necessary. It is time to say it loud and clear: the commodification of health, education, housing, water, sanitation and other rights-related resources and services prices out the poor and may result in violations of human rights.

čo teraz? ako to chcú spraviť (čisto teoreticky) vrámci nástrojov, ktoré poskytuje medzinárodné právo - bez zásadnej zmeny paradigmy - žiaľ aj ľudskoprávneho rámca?

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      19.10.2020 - 22:03:12 , level: 3, UP   NEW
vzdy ked vidim nejakeho UN raporteura, teda osoby ktora nic ine nerobi len zbiera data, tak ma rovnaky zaver, zhodnoti ze ako sa byvanie, zdravie... dopln oblast, za poslednych 40 rokov roznieslo https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43587241-urban-warfare napr toto

ako to chcu spravit: staci sa pozriet ako sa riesi klimaticka kriza, medzinarodne pravo nema ziadne nastroje na toto
v horsom pripade tie spominane institucie ako IMF su prave strojcami tej sucasnej financializacnej paradigmy, teda institucie ktore maju posobit proti chudobe, ju len rozsiruju

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evad
 evad      12.10.2020 - 22:41:00 , level: 1, UP   NEW
nedavno bolo toto v Taiwane,

teraz zase v Singapure predavaju vecere v zaparkovanom lietadle za £360, no nekup to.


Singapore Airlines launched a waiting list after tickets rapidly sold out for two weekends of sittings onboard two stationary A380 superjumbos, with meals at seats and the chance to watch a movie, albeit no longer in-flight.

Guests will get a meal from the standard Singapore Airlines menu, with S$642 (£360) buying the full works in a suite – or £30 per head for the tray in economy. Frequent flyers could also cash in points towards a meal.
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/oct/12/cabin-fever-tickets-for-meal-aboard-singapore-parked-plane-sell-out

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      12.10.2020 - 19:34:44 , level: 1, UP   NEW
http://theoccupiedtimes.org/?p=12841

For some time now, one of the most successful tactics of the ruling class has been responsibilisation. Each individual member of the subordinate class is encouraged into feeling that their poverty, lack of opportunities, or unemployment, is their fault and their fault alone. Individuals will blame themselves rather than social structures, which in any case they have been induced into believing do not really exist (they are just excuses, called upon by the weak). What Smail calls ‘magical voluntarism’ – the belief that it is within every individual’s power to make themselves whatever they want to be – is the dominant ideology and unofficial religion of contemporary capitalist society, pushed by reality TV ‘experts’ and business gurus as much as by politicians. Magical voluntarism is both an effect and a cause of the currently historically low level of class consciousness. It is the flipside of depression – whose underlying conviction is that we are all uniquely responsible for our own misery and therefore deserve it. A particularly vicious double bind is imposed on the long-term unemployed in the UK now: a population that has all its life been sent the message that it is good for nothing is simultaneously told that it can do anything it wants to do.

We must understand the fatalistic submission of the UK’s population to austerity as the consequence of a deliberately cultivated depression. This depression is manifested in the acceptance that things will get worse (for all but a small elite), that we are lucky to have a job at all (so we shouldn’t expect wages to keep pace with inflation), that we cannot afford the collective provision of the welfare state. Collective depression is the result of the ruling class project of resubordination. For some time now, we have increasingly accepted the idea that we are not the kind of people who can act. This isn’t a failure of will any more than an individual depressed person can ‘snap themselves out of it’ by ‘pulling their socks up’. The rebuilding of class consciousness is a formidable task indeed, one that cannot be achieved by calling upon ready-made solutions – but, in spite of what our collective depression tells us, it can be done. Inventing new forms of political involvement, reviving institutions that have become decadent, converting privatised disaffection into politicised anger: all of this can happen, and when it does, who knows what is possible?

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evad
 evad      12.10.2020 - 16:10:42 [15K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
Dlouhých třicet let to volnému trhu trvalo, než obnovil umístěnky. Nakonec jsme se dočkali. V Blansku a okolí už si nemusíte v patnácti lámat hlavu nad tím, co se životem. Váhající mládeži se nabízí možnost strávit celý život v dobře zorganizovaných provozech rychlého občerstvení McDonald’s – a začít s tím můžou hned po základce. Tamní střední škola technická a gastronomická totiž „rozšířila“ obor kuchař/číšník o specializaci na fastfood. Občané demokratického státu tak nafasují čepičku s logem už v patnácti letech, a to pod hlavičkou školy a oficiálního českého „vzdělávání“. „Jsem rád, že mohu být u toho, když soukromý sektor podpoří veřejné školství,“ okomentoval tento historický okamžik Pavel Štefek, majitel franšízy McDonaldu, která bude nabízet učňům praxi.
https://a2larm.cz/2020/10/skillsforlife-od-mcdonaldu-jak-soukromy-kapital-obohacuje-verejne-skolstvi/

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Ljubes
 Ljubes      12.10.2020 - 21:10:45 , level: 2, UP   NEW
a absolventi VS so zameramim na humanitne obory nebudu mat co zrat.

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L4ky
 L4ky      12.10.2020 - 19:29:43 , level: 2, UP   NEW
super, ale toto je uz mozne nejaky cas studovat aj distancne

najviac vie motivacne nabudit pasaz okolo 4:45!

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darmozrac
 darmozrac      12.10.2020 - 21:45:31 , level: 3, UP   NEW


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=husN6K379l0

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niekt0
 niekt0      11.10.2020 - 23:34:57 [9K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/marketplace-amazon-returns-1.5753714

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jzcs
 jzcs      12.10.2020 - 19:10:19 , level: 2, UP   NEW
No veď máme tu niekoho čo robí pre Amazon v Seredi, že by nám povedal čo robia s vráteným tovarom?

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Prospero[Locked_OUT]
 Prospero[Locked_OUT]      12.10.2020 - 09:11:47 , level: 2, UP   NEW
Hlúposť a šialenstvo v jednom. A v priamom prenose.

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niekt0
 niekt0      10.10.2020 - 11:55:43 [8K] , level: 1, UP   NEW
https://mobile.twitter.com/TubeTimeUS/status/1314642857043480576/photo/1

:)

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mysak
 mysak      10.10.2020 - 19:56:05 , level: 2, UP   NEW
videl som to aj na kvetinaci s jahodami v Hornbachu
das par poplazov susedovi a nad ranom nabehne NAKA

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SYNAPSE CREATOR
 aufhebung      09.10.2020 - 17:12:44 [4K] , level: 1, UP   NEW  HARDLINK
https://www.cbc.ca/documentaries/the-passionate-eye/recycling-was-a-lie-a-big-lie-to-sell-more-plastic-industry-experts-say-1.5735618

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      09.10.2020 - 10:01:07 (modif: 09.10.2020 - 10:01:46) [7K] , level: 1, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
#ked sa malo snazis
#no shame in using class war again
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-10-08/top-50-richest-people-in-the-us-are-worth-as-much-as-poorest-165-million

New data from the U.S. Federal Reserve, a comprehensive look at U.S. wealth through the first half of 2020, show stark disparities by race, age and class. While the top 1% of Americans have a combined net worth of $34.2 trillion, the poorest 50% — about 165 million people — hold just $2.08 trillion, or 1.9% of all household wealth.

The 50 richest people in the country, meanwhile, are worth almost $2 trillion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, up $339 billion from the beginning of 2020.


Another key reason for the wealth disparity is that the vast majority of Americans aren’t benefiting from rising stock prices. The bottom 90%’s exposure to the stock market has been dropping for almost two decades. Since peaking at 21.4% in 2002, upper middle class Americans have seen a 10 percentage point decline in their equity interest in companies. A similar pattern is seen among the bottom half.

The wealthiest 1% own more than 50% of the equity in corporations and in mutual fund shares, the Fed data show. The next 9% of the wealthiest own more than a third of equity positions — meaning that the top 10% of Americans hold more than 88% of shares.

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The Fed data also show that the Millennial generation, born between 1981 and 1996, control just 4.6% of U.S. wealth even though they are the largest in the workforce with 72 million members. And the share of the pie held by Black Americans is the same size it was 30 years ago.

White Americans hold 83.9% of the nation’s wealth, compared with 4.1% for Black households, the data show. While White Americans’ share of the total has dropped somewhat as the nation becomes more diverse, Black people hold the same percentage as in 1990.

Baby Boomers hold the majority of U.S. wealth, with $59.6 trillion, twice Generation X’s $28.5 trillion and more than 10 times Millennials’ $5.2 trillion.

The Fed data show that Gen X, those born between 1965 and 1980, has made some progress building wealth in recent years, doubling their collective net worth since mid-2016.

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It’s not unusual for younger age groups to be significantly poorer than their elders. Even so, Millennials remain far behind where previous generations were at the same age. In 1989, when the median Boomer was 34, the generation controlled more than 21% of U.S. wealth. To match that, Millennials, with a median age of 32 now, will need to quadruple their wealth share over the next couple of years.

Young and lower-income workers got a glimmer of hope in recent years as median wages started to rise faster than inflation. But this year a spike in unemployment threatens to derail this progress, returning the U.S. to the trend of the past few decades, when wealth has flowed steadily to the top.

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The Fed estimates the top 10% of U.S. households hold 69% of the country’s wealth, or $77.3 trillion, up from 60.9% share at the end of the 1980s. The very richest Americans are almost entirely responsible for that gain. The top 1% held 30.5% of U.S. wealth in June, up from 23.7% in late 1989. The bottom half’s share, meanwhile, has fallen from 3.6% to 1.9%.

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mashina
 mashina      10.10.2020 - 17:20:32 , level: 2, UP   NEW
Evanjelium podla Matusa 25:24-29

24 Prišiel aj ten, čo dostal jeden talent, a povedal: Pane, vedel som, že si tvrdý človek, ktorý žneš, kde si nesial, a zbieraš, kde si nerozsýpal. 25 Bál som sa, preto som išiel a skryl som tvoj talent do zeme. Ajhľa, tu máš, čo je tvoje! 26 Odvetil mu pán: Ty zlý a lenivý sluha, vedel si, že žnem, kde som nesial, a zbieram, kde som nerozsýpal. 27 Mal si teda peňažníkom odovzdať moje peniaze, a ja pri svojom návrate aj s úrokmi by som si bol vzal, čo je moje. 28 Preto mu vezmite ten talent a dajte tomu, ktorý má desať talentov! 29 Lebo každému, kto má, bude dané a bude mať hojne; ale tomu, kto nemá, aj čo má, bude odňaté. 30 Onoho neužitočného sluhu však vyhoďte do vonkajšej tmy; tam bude plač a škrípanie zubov.

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      10.10.2020 - 18:58:15 , level: 3, UP   NEW
ake poucenie si z toho beries?

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mashina
 mashina      10.10.2020 - 22:01:11 , level: 4, UP   NEW
Rich get richer, poor get poorer. Since 0 AD.

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f0rk
 f0rk      09.10.2020 - 23:23:31 , level: 2, UP   NEW
ale je to trocha tendencne napisat ze chudobnejsie skupiny obyvatelstva zaznamenali relarivny pokles bohatstva ale nepovedat, ze v absolutnych cislach aj oni zbohatli ci ?

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      10.10.2020 - 09:49:13 , level: 3, UP   NEW
a zbohatli? lebo ja vidim ze schudobneli

Over the entire 34-year period between 1979 and 2013, the hourly wages of middle-wage workers (median-wage workers who earned more than half the workforce but less than the other half) were stagnant, rising just 6 percent—less than 0.2 percent per year. This wage growth, in fact, occurred only because wages grew in the late 1990s when labor markets got tight enough—unemployment, for instance, fell to 4 percent in 1999 and 2000—to finally deliver across-the-board hourly wage growth. The wages of middle-wage workers were totally flat or in decline over the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, except for the late 1990s. The wages of low-wage workers fared even worse, falling 5 percent from 1979 to 2013. In contrast, the hourly wages of high-wage workers rose 41 percent.
https://www.epi.org/publication/charting-wage-stagnation/

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f0rk
 f0rk      11.10.2020 - 10:28:34 (modif: 11.10.2020 - 10:29:49), level: 4, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
zbohatli, len malo, ale na ukor ich zbohatnutia zbohatli masy najchudobnejsi worldwide.

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Global-income-growth-1988-2008_fig1_318575309

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      11.10.2020 - 10:37:59 , level: 5, UP   NEW
to je graf sveta, tu sa bavime o usa
cize to je data bod ktory sa spolupodiela v tejto krivke na tom decline zapadu

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Deus
 Deus      09.10.2020 - 20:58:47 , level: 2, UP   NEW
To mi chcete nahovorit, ze ked budem cely zivot trenovat, aj tak nikdy nezlomim Boltov record na 100m? Revolution tomorrow!

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      09.10.2020 - 21:06:09 , level: 3, UP   NEW
ved toto, to je prirodzena podoba neskoreho kapitalizmu vzhladom na vyvoj jeho zakonitosti v case

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Deus
 Deus      09.10.2020 - 21:19:30 , level: 4, UP   NEW
Cize ked skonvertujem na kolektivizmus tak Bolt bude behat pomalsie, alebo ja rychlejsie?

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aufhebung
 aufhebung      09.10.2020 - 21:31:00 , level: 5, UP   NEW
vnimat ekonomiku ako uspech talentovanych jedincov a hovorit pri tom o oligopoloch a monopoloch stojacich na tisicoch jedincoch a tiez minulej koncentracii kapitalu do tejto podoby, masivnych stimuloch z nevlastnych penazi and so on je komicke chalani
musk spava vo fabrike! mjch

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jurov
 jurov      09.10.2020 - 21:42:51 (modif: 09.10.2020 - 21:43:49) [1K] , level: 6, UP   NEW !!CONTENT CHANGED!!
drahy moj, stale cakame na lepsi sposob vnimania ekonomiky bez toho aby sme museli 3 roky studovat marxa a kol.

tu niekto uspesne rozhoduje co kto bude robit a s akymi surovinami, a motivuje ludi nejakou viziou.. dobre, povedzme ze aby mal za odmenu oligopol+penazovod zo statneho rozpoctu tak to je nespravodlive. co ine spravodlivejsie navrhujes okrem shamingu?

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Deus
 Deus      09.10.2020 - 23:44:00 [1K] , level: 7, UP   NEW
Ja mam plan, o ktorom sa chcem rozpravat a myslim, ze adresuje problemy lepsie, ako revolucia, vypalovanie miest, buranie soch a nakonci dna zdecimovanu hladujucu populaciu.

Ja vidim vela problemov kapitalizmu rovnako ako aufhebung, mam oci, nebudem sa s niekym hadat o zjavne existujucich nedostatkoch.

Co tak zreformovat financne nastroje, uctovnictvo a celkovo stransparentnit financie? Preco existuju financne nastroje a pravne instituty, ktore znemoznuju poznat ludi benefitujucich z fondov, (spolu)vlastnikov firiem a prevodcov financii? Preco je pri tak prirodzenej vlastnosti akou je predvadzanie svojho uspechu zaroven znemoznovane ukazat, odkial clovek zdroje nadobudol? Preco ludom vadilo, ze Meciar nasiel prostriedky na kampan v igelitke v jarku, ale bankove tajomstvo nie je spochybnovane? Preco je kriminalnik Rybanic ( https://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filip_Rybani%C4%8D ) a nie Kalinak? Ak najdem zbran, ktorou Fico niekoho zastrelil, tak pojdem do vazenia za nelegalnu drzbu a zvysok uz nie je podstatny?

Podla mna su toto temy, ktore by mali tlacit aktivisti, ak chcu menit svet k lepsiemu. Myslim, ze je jedno, ako nazveme sucasny system, lebo to urcite nie je kapitalizmus v pravom slova zmysle, zaroven ale nevidim zmysel vo vyhovarani sa a slovickareni a uz vobec nie v transformacii na nieco, co uplne bez vynimiky zlyhalo v katastrofalnej miere pokazde. Zmysel vidim v postupnom pretvarani.

Nie, kazdy nebude odskodneny a mozno to nikdy nebude fer per se, ale aj otroctvo zrusili ludia, ktori vlastnili otrokov, takze asi ma zmysel navrhovat legislativu pre nasledujuce generacie.