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new-aesthetic:

The Art of Google Books Scans : The New Yorker
"Wilson reminds us that we, too, are contributing our own labor to the company’s bottom line. He writes, “Everyone who uses the free Google perks—Gmail, cloud-storage, Google Books, Blogger, YouTube—becomes a knowledge worker for the company. We’re performing freestyle data entry. Where knowledge is perceived as a public good, Google gathers its income from the exchange of information and knowledge, creating additional value in this process. Google, as we know it and use it, is a factory.”

new-aesthetic:

The Art of Google Books Scans : The New Yorker

"Wilson reminds us that we, too, are contributing our own labor to the company’s bottom line. He writes, “Everyone who uses the free Google perks—Gmail, cloud-storage, Google Books, Blogger, YouTube—becomes a knowledge worker for the company. We’re performing freestyle data entry. Where knowledge is perceived as a public good, Google gathers its income from the exchange of information and knowledge, creating additional value in this process. Google, as we know it and use it, is a factory.”

— 4 months ago with 119 notes
text-mode:

Hymn virus (1990).When the date and month correspond in number (January 1st, February 2nd,…), this virus destroys a part of the system information in the C: disk boot sector, then it plays the former USSR national anthem, and decrypts and displays the picture.

text-mode:

Hymn virus (1990).
When the date and month correspond in number (January 1st, February 2nd,…), this virus destroys a part of the system information in the C: disk boot sector, then it plays the former USSR national anthem, and decrypts and displays the picture.

— 6 months ago with 394 notes

text-mode:

Leningrad / Crash virus (1998).
This is a not memory resident benign virus which searches for COM files and infects them by a standard manner. On Friday, 13th it types:

That could be a crash, crash, crash !

— 6 months ago with 248 notes