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Aki and Special Issue XIII [XPUB // Piet Zwart Institute]

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Have any of you ever made a friend via an video chat application like Zoom, Teams, Jitsi Meet, etc?

Asking because I'm writing an article.

The sabotage ep. includes discussion of this brilliant piece:

📄 Gidgit Digit (1982) ‘Sabotage: the Ultimate Video Game’, Processed World. processedworld.com/Issues/issu.

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!- Publication -!
An Ethico-Phenomenology of Digital Art Practices

Puzzling as it may sounds to some ears, this freshly published book of mine has been inspired a lot by many of you lurkers!

routledge.com/An-Ethico-Phenom

E-book version is the most affordable at the moment. Hardbound for libraries etc.
It will be a few months before the softbound copies will be available.
Still, if any of you get a chance to read it, I would very much welcome the conversation!

>tcpdump (4.99.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
>tcpdump is now installed to /usr/bin, not /usr/sbin.

populist sniffing

Tactical Tech is seeking a part-time writer and editor to consult on a series of self-learning investigation resources being developed under our EXPOSING THE INVISIBLE and EXPOSING THE INVISIBLE: THE KIT projects. https://tacticaltech.org/news/eti-writer-consultancy/

Here is some crossplay between a NES and a PC

It is exciting to see it coming to life! If porting modern games concepts to a 8bits CPU and 2 KB of RAM is not an easy task, it is a very rewarding one!

(If you don't know it already: it is an online smash-like, for the NES)

#nesdev #gamedev

"BeepBox is an online tool for sketching and sharing instrumental melodies.

All song data is contained in the URL at the top of your browser. When you make changes to the song, the URL is updated to reflect your changes. When you are satisfied with your song, just copy and paste the URL to save and share your song!"

beepbox.co/#8n61s7k1l00e0Ot2Mm

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Anyone is using as some interface/environment for a personal or taking system that's more than just browsing/searching through a collection of files? (this is what I'm doing right now)

I'm currently looking for some inspiration/ideas/possibilities for keep using acme also for such usage, for some light -like usage, or something.

Des commentaires sur vos articles Gemini 

J’ai pondu à l’arrache un truc pour intégrer des toots comme commentaires sur une page #gemini

Si le cœur vous en dit, je veux bien que vous répondiez à ce toot, histoire de voir si ça marche 😚

Si oui, alors le résultat sera visible ici : 

gemini://chezjln.xyz/des_commentaires_sur_gemini.gmi

La page est mise à jour toutes les 5 minutes.

Assange's extradition verdict:

"If he wasnt in such tragic health condition -in which he was pushed by brutal UK legal system, bail refusal, super-max detention, isolation, etc.-, he should have been extradited for his journalism"

A victory for #Assange (awaiting for appeal...) a big DEFEAT for free speech, press freeedom and our right to information and communication.

#FreeAsangeNOW!

TOMORROW, Jan 4th 2021 - Verdict in Julian #Assange's extradition case to the US, where he faces 175y in a supermax prison for publishing truthful information and revealing war crimes.

Will UK break away from EU Human Rights and send a prized publisher for a life sentence and torture in the US, where officials from both parties called to have him killed?

Stay tuned for that potential #Brexit from Human Rights...

#FreeAssange

"50 Years of

A 2021 Journey from Oregon Trail to A.I. Dungeon

[...]

Every week in 2021, I'll be posting an in-depth look at one text-based computer game from each year between 1971 and 2021, starting next week with The Oregon Trail. For each game, we’ll take a meaty deep dive into what it was like to play in the context of its original release (on a chattering , over a dial-up modem in a prototype web , on a brand-new iPad) and how its ideas influenced players and the next generation of makers. When warranted, we’ll dig into old or source code to tease out how each game worked, why it was built the way it was, and what it did that was new, interesting, or successful."

if50.substack.com/p/introducti

Rhizome boosting the Flash preservation fundraiser with a telethon of Flash artworks on new year's eve*! https://rhizome.org/events/flash-sunset-twitchstream/

* for inhabitants around GMT-5 time zones

If you use acme as your daily driver on Unix, you may want to check out nyne - a suite of formatting and text editing tools I wrote for acme. You can kind of think of it like a .exrc for acme. Let me know what you think: https://dnjp.github.io/nyne/

#plan9 #acme

Join WHISTLEBLOW VILLAGE at #RC3!

It's on (and of and on!) at

https://visit.at.rc3.world/as/lobby/wZjkhkDWam1F3CJSYGrpcB/_/global/whistleblowers.maps.at.rc3.world//main.json

or take the path towards Freedom (for #Assange!) in the RC3 World!

... then will you find our friends, trapped in Guantanamarsh??

#FreeAssange!

Regardless of last week's declaration of dismissing once again the accusation that his government was involved in 's attempted assassination, Navalny just published the recording of a recent phone call he made with one of the agent involved in the operation, in which he was able to successfully extract information/proofs via pretexting.

youtube.com/watch?v=ibqiet6Bg3

The English subtitles are good.

folks here might be interested in scanlines.xyz, a community forum for diy audio and video started recently with a few friends:

scanlines.xyz/t/welcome-to-sca

"this forum was created as a friendly place to discuss diy video and audio projects, electronic-based art, and related interests. it is hosted on our own servers running discourse, rocket.chat, and peertube, and is intended as a refuge from large corporate social media sites. as a community run space, we hope to facilitate sharing of information and encouragement among newcomers and old schoolers alike."

My interview with Nestor Sire
for The Photographers' Gallery is live! We discuss Nestor’s artistic practice and how he has engaged with the development of alternative networks that arose in Cuba, from book rental shops to El Paquete Semanal and SNET.

unthinking.photography/article

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