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Was ist 4chan.org? Zwischen Redefreiheit, Anonymität und ultimativem Turing-Test

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  • 1. Was ist 4chan.org? Refugium der Redefreiheit im Netz? Spielplatz für Dauerpubertierende? Oder ein ultimativer Turing-Test? Jana Herwig a.k.a. @digiom http: //tinyurl . com/herwig
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  • 3. Zur Größenordnung 4chan.org ORF-Seiten t-online.de Unique Users Per Month 8.2 million 4.7 million 458 million Pages loaded (impressions) 600 million 270 million 4.4 billion Average time spent on site 19 minutes 9.5 minutes n/a Average Page loads 30 pages 6.7 pages 9.7 pages Source: C. Poole, NYT Interview Source: Oewa.at, 03/2010 Source: ivwonline.de 03/2010
  • 4. Zur Größenordnung 4 chan: Kein redaktioneller Content (außer FAQ & Rules) 800,000 einzelne Diskussions-beiträge / Tag 4chan.org ORF-Seiten t-online.de Unique Users Per Month 8.2 million 4.7 million 458 million Pages loaded (impressions) 600 million 270 million 4.4 billion Average time spent on site 19 minutes 9.5 minutes n/a Average Page loads 30 pages 6.7 pages 9.7 pages Source: C. Poole, NYT Interview Source: Oewa.at, 03/2010 Source: ivwonline.de 03/2010
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  • 7. Leichter Einstieg?
    • _Moot (Gründer; Paraflows 11.9.09):
    • “ There’s no barred entry, there’s no registration or anything, not captcha, which is something I think we’re all very used to these days. Pretty much every site on the net now wants a piece of information from you, an email address, a name, an age, something like that, and we don’t require you to submit any of that. It is an emphasis on anonymity.“
  • 8.  
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  • 10. Anonymität bis zur Anti-Identität
    • Reguläre Internetforen:
      • Nicknames statt Real Names
      • zeitl. Horizont der Aktivitäten
    • 4chan.org:
      • keine Registrierung, kein/e Profil/ierung
      • ‘ Projekt Online-Identität’ scheitert
      • ‘ Abweichung’ v. On- & Offline entzieht sich
  • 11. Zerstörung von Interaktionskonventionen und Identitätserwartungen
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  • 15. Verzicht auf Speicherung…
    • _Moot (Gründer; Paraflows 11.9.09):
    • “ And there’s no archiving, there’s no retention on the site. The boards are limited to a set number of pages and so, for example if we had a board with ten pages, ten threads a page, you can only have a hundred threads at any given time, so if somebody posts a new thread, at least one thread is being bumped off, so there’s just no retention on the site.“
  • 16. … als Qualitätsgarantie?
    • _Moot (Gründer; Paraflows 11.9.09):
    • “ The lack of retention is also important because, on a site where you can just bump up all content, um, the way kind of threads work on 4chan is that if you post something and it’s crap, it’s washed away. […] And if it’s a genuinely good idea or something that people identify with then either somebody will save it and repost it and that’s how we get memes “
  • 17. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur
  • 18. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur
  • 19. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur
  • 20. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur
  • 21. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur
  • 22. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur _Message to Scientology (21.1.08): “ Anonymous has therefore decided that your organization should be destroyed. For the good of your followers, for the good of mankind--for the laughs--we shall expel you from the Internet and systematically dismantle the Church of Scientology in its present form. “
  • 23. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur _Message to Scientology (21.1.08): “ Yet for all that we are not as monstrous as you are; still our methods are a parallel to your own. Doubtless you will use the Anon's actions as an example of the persecution you have so long warned your followers would come; this is acceptable. In fact, it is encouraged. We are your SPs.“
  • 24. Rolle in der Internet-Kultur _Message to Scientology (21.1.08): “ Knowledge is free. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.“
  • 25. 4chan als verbesserter Turing-Test?
    • _Test (1950) zur Unterscheidbarkeit von menschlicher & künstlicher Intelligenz:
    • Person A stellt Person B und Rechner C über eine Tastatur ohne Sicht-/Hörkontakt Fragen. B und C sollen A überzeugen, dass sie Menschen sind. Wenn A nicht sicher entscheiden kann, dann soll die Ebenbürtigkeit der Denkleistung von Rechner und Mensch bewiesen sein.
  • 26. 4chan als verbesserter Turing-Test?
    • Simulierbarkeit menschl. Beteiligung?
      • Bilder posten und kommentieren als ‘Über-Captcha’ -> kaum simulierbar
      • Archiv vs. Repertoire (Diana Taylor): materielle Fixierung bzw. Stillstellung von Wissen (Archiv) vs. Verkörpertes, flüchtiges, kollektives Wissen (Repertoire)
  • 27. Beispiel für Repertoire als körperliche Praxis
    • Krumping ( RIZE , David LaChapelle)
  • 28. Beispiel für Repertoire als körperliche Praxis
    • 4chan: Stete Entleerung des Archivs erfordert stete menschliche Beteiligung
    • Von wegen online: Ohne die Körper und deren Wissen vor dem Bildschirm geht gar nichts
  • 29. Bilddiskussionen: Beispiele
    • Kollektive Beschwörung und zugleich Zerstörung von Identität:
      • Identität hinterm Bildschirm wird in Inter-netforen generell schnell thematisiert
      • Auch auf 4chan sind solche Versuche zu verzeichnen – und werden regelmäßig in kürzester Zeit ad absurdum geführt
  • 30. Anonymous: ITT, take this blank map in Mspaint and draw the borders to the best fo your memory, no kooking at maps/google earth or other posts in the thead. Also tell where you‘re from
  • 31. Anonymous: from france
  • 32. Anonymous: from france Anonymous: you forgot to put „faggots“ in french territory you racist cunt
  • 33. Anonymous: from france Anonymous: you forgot to put „faggots“ in french territory you racist cunt Anonymous: why don't you go fuck yourself you filthy piece of crap. faggots us? lol your women want our cocks because they know you can't please them
  • 34. Anonymous: Easy. I‘m from the US
  • 35. Anonymous: Easy. I‘m from the US Anonymous:
  • 36. Anonymous: American
  • 37. Anonymous: How am I the first?
  • 38. Anonymous: How am I the first? Anonymous: You placed Vichy France wrong.
  • 39. Anonymous: How am I the first? Anonymous: You placed Vichy France wrong. Anonymous: Hey be glad I included it at all.
  • 40. Anonymous: Britfag here.
  • 41. Anonymous: MURKA MURKA FUCK YEAH
  • 42. Anonymous: MURKA MURKA FUCK YEAH Anonymous: Ignorant cunt
  • 43. Anonymous:
  • 44. Anonymous: I don‘t even
  • 45. Anonymous: I don‘t even Anonymous: Finlandia, you say?
  • 46. Anonymous: I don‘t even Anonymous: Finlandia, you say? Anonymous: Now in glorious Nazi glory (I don‘t even know if the German is correctly written)
  • 47. Anonymous: I don‘t even Anonymous: Finlandia, you say? Anonymous: Now in glorious Nazi glory (I don‘t even know if the German is correctly written) Anonymous: Shit, wrong one.
  • 48. Anonymous: I don‘t even Anonymous: Finlandia, you say? Anonymous: Now in glorious Nazi glory (I don‘t even know if the German is correctly written) Anonymous: Shit, wrong one. Anonymous: actually this looks like a map of the roman empire:|
  • 49. Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo :
  • 50. Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : Anonymous: nice theme
  • 51. Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : Anonymous: nice theme Anonymous: Whats the name of that visual style?
  • 52. Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : Anonymous: nice theme Anonymous: Whats the name of that visual style? Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : I‘m a little late but it‘s SLANXP for 7
  • 53. Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : Anonymous: nice theme Anonymous: Whats the name of that visual style? Mr. !WAHZOOo2zo : I‘m a little late but it‘s SLANXP for 7 Anonymous: Holy shit an Aero thema that actually changes something besides Colors. Fuck yes nor more rounded corners and unnecessarily large window borders. Thanks.
  • 54. Anonymous:    Newfags Can‘t triforce Durch Nutzung der Plattform erworbenes (an Körper gebundenes) Wissen als Distinktionsmerkmal
  • 55. Anonymous:    Newfags Can‘t triforce Anonymous: Vegan Folded Seven
  • 56. Anonymous:    Newfags Can‘t triforce Anonymous: Vegan Folded Seven Anonymous: Lol what‘s a triforce?
  • 57. Anonymous:    Newfags Can‘t triforce Anonymous: Vegan Folded Seven Anonymous: Lol what‘s a triforce? Anonymous:   
  • 58. Anonymous:    Newfags Can‘t triforce Anonymous: Vegan Folded Seven Anonymous: Lol what‘s a triforce? Anonymous:    Anonymous:   
  • 59. Anonymous: It‘s Caturday. Poast YOUR cats. I don‘t want to see a picture of you, any pussies you think are cute, some random picture you found on the internet. I want your cat.
  • 60.  
  • 61. Was ist 4chan.org?
      • Refugium der Redefreiheit?
        • Jein: Da dass sich Äußern aus dem Bezug zu Identitäten entlassen wird, ist alles nur Denkbare auch sagbar – nicht zu verwechseln mit Meinungsäußerung!
      • Spielplatz für Dauerpubertierende?
        • Nur insofern, als es zum ‘typischen pubertären Witz’ gehört, keine Gelegen-heit zum ‘Witzeln’ auszulassen
  • 62. Was ist 4chan.org?
      • Ultimativer Turing-Test? Zumindest ein Hinweis auf:
        • den vermutbaren Zusammenhang von Kreativität und der Frage der Nicht-Simulierbarkeit durch IT oder KI
        • die Stillstellung von Bedeutung in Archiven (welcher Art auch immer) – nur was zirkuliert wird, entwickelt sich weiter
  • 63. Was nicht gesagt wurde in dieser Session....
  • 64. From Liminality to Liminoidity
    • Phases of a Rite of Passage (Turner)
      • Separation: demarcation of ritual time and space, elimination of social status
      • Liminality: ‘betwixt and between’, ‘non-status’, anonymity, chaos, play with the elements of culture, egalitarian spirit (‘communitas’)
      • Reintegration as elevated subject
  • 65. From Liminality to Liminoidity
    • Phases of a Rite of Passage (Turner)
      • Separation: demarcation of ritual time and space, elimination of social status
      • Liminality: ‘betwixt and between’, ‘non-status’, anonymity, chaos, play with the elements of culture, egalitarian spirit (‘communitas’)
      • Reintegration as elevated subject
    “ Optation pervaded the liminoid phenomenon, obligation the liminal”
  • 66. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Separation:
      • Demarcation of ritual time and space
  • 67. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Creation of the Liminoid Subject:
      • Optional Anonymity: e.g. Twitter
    • Text only (140 chars)
    • Limited archiving:
    • Search results only available for approx. 1.5 weeks
    • Only up to 3200 messages per profile can be accessed manually
  • 68. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Creation of the Liminoid Subject:
      • Suppressed Anonymity: e.g. Facebook
  • 69. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Creation of the Liminoid Subject:
      • Suppressed Anonymity: e.g. Facebook
    Society as Structure & Hierachy vs. Communitas as Communion of Equal Subjects (through communal submission)
  • 70. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Creation of the Liminoid Subject:
      • Encouraged Anonymity: e.g. 4chan
  • 71. Social Media as a Liminoid Practice
    • Creation of the Liminoid Subject:
      • Encouraged Anonymity: e.g. 4chan
    Anonymity No data retention A collective liminoid subject position Greatest distance to instances of social control on the social web
  • 72. Liminoid play w/ identity
    • Play with identity ≠subversion of a ‘physical’ or ‘material’ identity:
      • Play with the means of cultural signification in general - including the material that subject positions, identity and social meanings are generated from
  • 73. ...kann nachgelesen werden:
  • 74.
    • „ Fluktuierende Kollektive, hybrides Archiv: Semiologische Praktiken im Imageboard 4chan“, in: Inzenierung von „Weiblichkeit“ , Loecker 2010, im Erscheinen (Preview via [email_address] )
    • „‘ Post your Desktop!‘ Negotiating proximity and distance in an anonymous online environment on 4chan“, in: Media and Proximity / Medialität der Nähe, Tagungsband, im Erscheinen (Preview via [email_address] )
    • „ Die 140-Zeichen-Frage: Microblogging, Twitter und die liminoide Verhandlung des Sozialen im Web 2.0“, in: Netcultures. Communities im Social Web , Nomos 2010, im Erscheinen (Download Pre-Print http://bit.ly/digiompapers )
  • 75. ENDE Jana Herwig a.k.a. @digiom http://tinyurl.com/herwig