Oh no. I think he has just begun the process of "open sourcing" so hopefully will get better with time.
I can relate as I'm still adjusting design workflows on Linux after a year. I guess that's part of the point, making digital tool choice/design an integral part of practice. Amazing that it is not considered in most courses TBH.
@KnowPresent oh man I cannot stand Georgia Lupi, and LoL'ed hard at how quickly her bogus "data humanism" escalated to "dataviz is the new ✨branding✨" but that is another conversation.
It's harder than just the students though, at least in UK all major unis have deals with Adobe to get students hooked. I think making it clear they will have to rent these tools for life should start to make it sink in? + recent Venezuela example to illustrate they can pull the plug on your career.
also: turning courses/projects into repositories (e.g. https://nitter.net/_olliepalmer/status/1189177558648213504?s=20), making a more deliberate use of digital tools the actual subject of some of the teaching, and a requirement for projects. I have not tested these ideas though, just thoughts for now...
If I ever go back to teaching in art/design schools it will have to be about this.
Thank you Andy! Excited to contribute. There's lots I want to improve, but also lots to learn about the constraints.
I'm delighted to be joining the team at @cryptpad : a collaborative office suite that is open-source and encrypted. I'll be working on design and usability, esp. for the privacy features. #ditchgoogledocs #zeroknowledge
It's November, which means it's National Novel Generation Month, where people write code that writes a novel!
I would love to see more beginner programmers participate, so I just wrote a blog post that highlights some very simple novel generators that were made last year.
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@kurbitur thanks! and thanks for pointing out I need to add a link back to this page https://davidbenque.com/projects/architectures-of-choice/
@nolwennm bon à savoir, merci! Je crois que le DNS est censé se "propager" mais je n'y connais pas grand chose. Testé sur 2 ordis ici et ça marche 🤷♂️
C'est une série de recommendations Youtube: Page vidéo ➡️ liste "watch next" ➡️ clic une au hasard 🔄 répété 13000+ fois
Tu peux acceder à d'autres sites dat:// ? parfois dat ne marche pas sur les "gros" réseaux sécurisés type eduroam dans une université. Je dois alumer mon VPN quand je suis à Goldsmiths par exemple...
sinon tu peux tester l'addresse sans DNS/domaine au cas ou: dat://a323ff5b75a6d61a89edf63aa735686217b94c98563ada183e2003c98db608ec
Tails 'is looking for a design contractor to create illustrations explaining what is Tails and how it works'
Microsoft Bob, codename 'Utopia', was a project in which Rover the dog introduced Microsoft OS to new users through the metaphor of a house. Come explore the wondrous world of interfaces old and new at @ImpaktFestival 30-10 til 03-11 in Utrecht!
was this the original proposal that got dialled way down to become Clippy?!
📘 How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables
Edited by: Mark Graham, Rob Kitchin, Shannon Mattern and Joe Shaw.
+ lovely editorial design by Carlos Romo-Melgar and John Philip Sage. Check out the free PDF download, single page optimised for small screens.
🗞️ Excavating the meshwork, by Adam Greenfield.
Next week I'll be at IMPAKT Festival in Utrecht NL, on a panel about "Calm Technology" with Olia Lialina, @ccl , and Annet Dekker as moderator—curated by @l03s as part of the festival theme: Speculative Interfaces. I'll talk about mapping Youtube recommendations, and the possibility of perhaps, maybe, chilling out within algorithmic traps. 🕸️
@320x200 plot twist: the "eclectic method that pairs humans and algorithms" is a series of Google Alerts
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