I've added a small stream player in the chat, let's see how it works!
A two-year master focussed on the acts of making things public and creating publics in the age of post-digital networks.
06.03.2020: NON-EU + EU priority
24.04.2020: Final EU deadline
So I was trying to figure out how I could evaluate some #python from #acme without having to rely on 'Send' or other things like that. I wanted something a bit nicer. I ended up looking into #jupyter. After a bit tweaking, now I can select some python from any window and with >jupy9 this gets executed on an #ipython kernel, with the results nicely printed to another acme window. Because it's a kernel behind the scene, it also means I can have other windows running ipython consoles to interact with whatever I send to the kernel. It's pretty fun :)
Now I need to crawl back outside of this rabbit hole to remember what I was trying to do in the first place...
relevant py and sh scripts for #plan9port in case that's useful for someone else:
What Remains is at #ZKM for 3 months
They really went full-on with the lets-make-it-look-like-some-cosy-living-room-to-play-some-NES-game-and-chill option. Pretty cool
(and some of @l03s essays that we used to develop the story got printed for the occasion)
"During the inaugural Tiny Mining sweatshop, participants will collectively and practically explore the potentials for exploration and extraction. We will devise and document experimental protocols for improving yields and facilitating the testing and extraction of #metals and #minerals from within the human #body. We will explore the ethical and political implications of the negotiation of individual #mining rights and claims and encourage the construction of alternative belief systems, facilitating the adoption of Tiny Mining as a widespread cultural practice."
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New essay: Seven theses on the Fediverse and the becoming of FLOSS
Recently, @rra and I have been working on an essay highlighting questions about the #Fediverse and how these are getting entangled with #FLOSS practices. From software production to structure and governance within alternative social media, online communities and politics.
The text follows a multi theses model, to map the different things we've been looking at and publish the current state of our research.
It is the closing chapter of a new publication from INC/Transmediale (https://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/the-eternal-network)
Feedback welcome. We're planning to publish an online version with more references!
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