Martin John Callanan
Since 2005
m@greyisgood.eu
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
Martin John Callanan (1982, United Kingdom) is an artist researching an individual's place within systems.
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Rhiz.eu (short for Rhizome)


So what's Rhiz.eu?

An intercultural meeting place developed to give its members an easy and fun environment for communicating and collaborating with each other. It takes its name from a botanical term, rhizome, meaning ‘a usually underground, horizontal stem of a plant that often sends out roots and shoots from its nodes’ (Wikipedia): the term is used metaphorically in the social sciences and new media to describe social structures that are non-hierarchical, non-centralised, self-regulating, and formed peer-to-peer. Rhiz.eu was created by the European Cultural Foundation (ECF).

http://www.rhiz.eu/article-40-en.html

DISCUSSION

Out of Office AutoReply


Hi Tom, You can prove for yourself that this it wouldn't happen. Try it with two users in the same office. Programmers have - logically - written exceptions to prevent this from happening. If it occurred in reality would easily take down servers.

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Out of Office AutoReply


'Back and forth' isn't in the nature of 'out-of-office' replies. The standard is to send only once to each recipient. Ie, the computers should only send one reply each. To create the loop, the standard has been overwritten, creating a situation that - obviously - would NEVER exist.

This work, while humous (in the original form), is superfluous.

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Where are you now?


A question:
Where are you now? (a Facebook group)

现在你在