publicity always exists when people exchange information or signals, or when people observe others, or when they are in contact with each other. observed by others. Thus, there is an immensely complex system of communicative and spatial publicities of very different orders of magnitude and scope, a <font color=#FF0000Tie of publicities that overlap, superimpose, exclude, influence each other or are independent of each other. publicity, which is usually not considered enough, is based on attention and its formation. Some aspects of publicity under the perspective of attention are discussed.
Publicity not only takes place, it is naturally also staged and channeled beyond social norms and rules through the construction of media and spaces. Moreover, a transparent public sphere that is accessible to everyone is on the one hand the lifeblood of democratic societies and on the other hand a desired ideal state that must always be restored. These multiple layers of the concept of publicity, which are only hinted at here, make it so difficult to deal with.
In cyberculture, inevitably with Marshall McLuhan The idea is currently growing that computer networks will create a new, freer, closely interwoven and, above all, globally synchronized public sphere. The metaphor of the global village has come to represent this coming together of people as a global community in a space accessible through electronic media space expressed. At the same time McLuhan had wanted to point out that the global, technically conditioned publicity will profoundly change the life of people, because the spatial distance and with it the non-simultaneity, which separated publicities up to now, will collapse and therefore they will be exposed to all the events, which take place anywhere in the world, and to all the information. McLuhan has introduced the global village in a further context: that of a global central nervous system or brain, which is formed by the magic channels and whose neurons are the people and their media. After the global village, this is the metaphor that is now being used to try to describe a new, this time electronically interwoven, world Leviathan to describe. Through the human muscles, machines and brains take, for instance Joel de Rosnay, a "unimaginably coarse planetary being" increasingly takes shape and comes to life. He has also coined a name for it: KYBIONT means for him the new being, whose publicity, in a certain way, moves into his brain and interconnects the cells according to the biological and/or economic selection mechanisms of the market.