Are You Being Served?

Tags Index

ACTA

Anarcha server

Anticapitalist, liberating and appropriated technologies

Antipatriarchal Autonomous Server

Bitbucket

DIWO

DIY

GYNEPUNK BIOlab

GitHub

Google

access

admin

admin vs users

administrator

afterlife

ambiguities

anonymity

anonymization

antenna

archive

autodidact

autonomy

breakfast

cage

capitalism

city marketing

claiming

closed

cloud

collaboration

collective spaces/collective living

commercial appropriation

connection

continuity

control

cooperative

copy

data center

de-packaging

decentralized

decision making

dependency/independency

disconnection

distributed

dreams

economics

encryption

entertainment

experiment

feminism

fork

forking

formal

gender

girls in tech

grayness

green party

greyness

hacking

hierarchy

history/logs

host/serve

host/server

household/maintenance

industrial zone

informal

infrastructure

installation

instructions

invisible

jailbreaking

jargon file

job shadowing

kubuntu

lab

libupskirt

listening

live mail art

lobbying

local/global

made for machine/no man’s land/anti-user

mail art

maker culture

manpage/manual

masking

metaphores

mixxx

mobility

music

necessity

net labels

notes

open hardware

openness

parallel

permissions

piracy

plugs & cables

policy

politics

postal services

power relations

projects

protocol

proxy

psychogeography

public/private

radio

reengineering

reflection

repetitive tasks

representation of women

research

resistance

resources

resources (time/money)

reworking

rewriting history/genealogies/science

root

rssources

rules

security

self-learning

servant

server

service/server/host/serving

services

sexism

sharing

sharing meal

situated context

social class

soundscape

speculative technology

spooning

state

storywashing

suitcase

summer

sustainability

third way

tragedy

transfeminist

trust

tunnel

update

users

visible

voice

waves

western perspective

women and computing

women rights

working conditions

writing

“dépropriatarization”