7 Logics Of Social Organization That Produce Regimented, Institutionalized, And Militarized Conceptions Of Hierarchized "Human" Difference, Enforced Through Coercions And Violences That Are Structured By Genocidal Possibility (Including Physical Extermina
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8 Personal, Non-Sponsored Posts By Members Of BuzzFeed's Ad Content Team
"BuzzFeed employs a creative-services department of 40 to produce content for advertisers and consult on how to write stories in the BuzzFeed vein. Sponsored content is the site's only source of revenue. The team, led by Melissa Rosenthal, consists of designers, writers and animators, according to Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed's president-chief operating officer. 'They pretty much do all of the legwork on programs we create,' he said. The team doesn't sell directly to clients, but they advise on requests for proposals. They're paid a salary and don't earn commissions on ad sales or bonuses based on traffic or page views."
7 Personal Tensions And Contradictions I Need To Work Out (OMG EW WTF OLD)
u should listen 2 something while u read if u aren't already, personally i'd recommend the max cooper remix of either 'for' or 'peter' - here links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm7S8CJFsxc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQP-AJMO2i8
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11 Pictures Of BuzzFeed "More Buzz" Suggestions, Presented Without Comment
Of course, by claiming that these are "presented without comment", I *am* commenting on them: I'm saying that whatever I think is noteworthy about the subject matter I'm presenting should be so obvious that I don't need to spell it out for you. Now that I think of it, I guess "presented without comment" is an ironic statement, since it does the opposite of what it says it's doing by drawing attention to to a specific part of the context of the subject matter, my reaction to it (and therefore how I expect you to react to it), rather than the subject matter "itself". Similarly, saying "no comment" isn't just *literally* a comment, but it usually says that whatever was just asked about should not or cannot be commented on, which is another attempt to shape the context by suggesting an appropriate reaction. That's why we find refusals to answer certain questions telling; some silences speak volumes.