You Are All Missing Out On Elementary Stuff People

On: October 8, 2010
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As a student of the MA New Media my emphasis lies on making the connection between new media and cultural implications. Together with my BA in media management and digital imagineering, and with a profession as web developer, I try to focus on three sides of New Media: the commercial relevance, cultural and critical analysis, and on the actual development and programming of online implementation. Regardless, I am also a sucker for film and series. Visit ghanso.com where you will find my blog.

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6.060.000 results reports Google on the query “back door”. Another common two word object such as “kitchen table” has 4.470.000 results. I would say a back door is pretty elementary, and pretty much everyone uses it in their daily routine, it is therefore quite horrific to find out that “back door” did not have its own wiki page! Therefore I announce the existence of new wiki entry: back door. With my entry I made myself one of the few elitists who brought you other elementaries like god and electricity. I bet ‘back door’ is even a more common element around the world than these other topics would ever become.

At this time nobody seems to dare to touch it. In all seriousness, there is no fooling around on the topic of back door of course. Though this could be because I used five references for just a couple lines of text, it’s simply watertight. I believe references can easily be used to establish your own observations, making it wiki worthy when there are a certain amount of references, common to a subject. A back door in itself is quite a unimaginative and straightforward topic. A back door ‘strategy’ like ‘let them sleep’ did not exist before, except perhaps unconsciously, until I connected references to it supporting this observation. Using this approach it could be possible to connect all sorts of darn right relevance to back door, what about ‘back door conveniences’ connecting unloading a truck using the back door due to accessibility and privacy concerns of the regular street. Kitchen table is open for entry as well, gogogo!

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