lunedì, agosto 01, 2005

Segreti e verità

Paradossi: l'anonimato può - in certe condizioni - rendere più onesti? Liberati dall'annoso problema del "chi sono, io?" (insolubile, si sa), riusciremmmo a lasciare che la verità ci attraversi trasparenti, senza nessuna identità a fare da filtro?

PostSecret è un blog strano, pervaso da una specie di energia torbida. Sicuramente è in parte curiosità, sicuramente è in parte morbosità. Ma credo che, tra le pieghe strane dei post-collage, emerga una forma di onestà. Il segreto, privato delle maschere che indossiamo e che vi si sovrappongono, diventa etereo, verità astratta, fatto incontrovertibile perchè soggettivo all'ennesima potenza. C'è da ringraziare che i commenti non siano attivi, su quel blog: rovinerebbero tutto.

Fateci un giro.


At 1:47 PM, Anonymous tuls said...

Un po' inquietante, sembrano cartoline di aspiranti suicidi...
Però bello!

At 4:34 PM, Blogger Mr.White said...

E' vero, in parte è inquietante, ma comunque potente. La cosa che inquieta è che alcuni segreti, che sono tali proprio perchè credi ti rendano diversi, sono in realtà condivisi da tante persone.

Gli estranei non sono così estranei come sembrano a volte.

At 4:35 PM, Blogger Mr.White said...

.... volevo dire "che sono tali proprio perchè credi ti rendano diverso". Il mio segreto è che non vado d'accordo con l'itagliano.


At 9:19 PM, Blogger Corinna said...

A me mette tristezza... forse perché ogni volta mi dimentico che esiste, faccio un giro tra i blog, e qualcuno ne parla... lo visito e me ne ridimentico. Triste.

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At 3:46 AM, Blogger giacmc said...

Ciao, Signor White. Anche tu hai sofferto questa nuova epidemia di Blogspam (vide supra). Che si deve fare?--Giac McLey

At 12:20 PM, Anonymous Anonimo said...

Scusa se uso il blog come un guestbook. Ieri ti ho incrociato sul forum, senza cogliere l'occasione per salutarti. Ciao, White. :)

At 2:33 PM, Blogger Mr.White said...

Sempre il benvenuto, Figaro. :)

At 2:36 PM, Blogger Mr.White said...

Ah, per Giamc: per il momento l'unico post colpito mi pare questo... se l'epidemia dovesse peggiorare, penserò a qualche provvedimento. Ultimamente posto così poco che sono poco interessante per gli spammer...

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