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mediatedto a much greater extent than normal
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Besides, with the interminable and hypermediated campaigns we have these days, people grow weary of Presidents and would-be Presidents.
In the society I know best, mine, fact and fiction are absolutely divided, one set above the other to rule and pillage, or, worse, fact and fiction blend into a tangled, hypermediated mess, grounding being in a no-exit maze of consuming: people as a consuming medium, people consumed by the medium.
Like everything else in the hypermediated culture, from cameras to razors to relationships, they are disposable.
Motivation and aims • General Video Jack project aims: - combine visuals with sound in an electronic music performance; - create an engaging hypermediated experience for the audience;
Or is the hipster a kind of permanent cultural middleman in hypermediated late capitalism, selling out alternative sources of social power developed by outsider groups, just as the original "white negros" evinced by Norman Mailer did to the original, pre-pejorative "hipsters" - blacks looking for modes of social expression that could serve as a source of pride, power, unification, and emblems of resistance.
We live in a hypermediated world of instant communication.
The Olympics - with their sense of historical urgency and unconditional trust in the future and in nationalism - embody a system that marks the modern confluence of capitalism and mass media by means of an unprecedented mastery of technology, the mass migration of people, and a hypermediated event culture.