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I'm in free to attend talk/panel tonight about
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5-7pm UK time

"Online Panel: Experimental publishing and alternative networked cultures

Convened by Ruth Blacksell and Lozana Rossenova with contributions from Karen Di Franco, Aymeric Mansoux, Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak.

The emergence of experimental post-digital publishing over the past decade has opened up new modes and methods of design practice that have allowed for extended relationships between social and media environments. This panel discussion draws on historical as well as contemporary references to examine such approaches through a range of perspectives, spanning the fields of art, graphic design, digital media and software development. The projects and practices discussed in the presentations and subsequent Q&A will consider the shift away from fixed to more fluid forms of publication and acts of publishing that are contingent upon networked, interactive and hybrid (digital/analog) contexts."

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@320x200 wow do you know if it's recorded? won't be able to make that time but super interested in the talks. :unwanted_smile:

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@air_pump I overheard during a sound check that it would be recorded. I can ask for the link afterwards if you want (remind me though...).

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@320x200 @air_pump would also like a link! It wasn’t mentioned anywhere on the event page.

@320x200 I registered to "attend" but no where do I see any video stream link!?

@raphael @320x200 no idea on how to actually watch it they didn't send me a link and there is nothing on the website lol

@320x200
Karen Di Franco just mentioned https://daap.network which I hadn't seen and I am excited to find! I am working on something that could really use this exact thing!

@liaizon @jules worked on this project, but she's less on Mastodon these days :)

@320x200 Very interesting presentation, I am glad I know more about Xpub.

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