🔁 Loop 3/4: Model Operations in pandemic production
🚧 There was space for 2 figures in the paper but I over-diagrammed. The following 2 were not published. 🚧
🔁 Loop 2/4: Phase portrait diagram
A loopy visualisation method re-implented from: http://dannydorling.org/books/SLOWDOWN/Covid19.html
The 2nd picture is the same code, re-run on 31st March 2021, check how the axes exploded.
🔁 Loop 1/4: Scalar relations of SARS-CoV-2
📰 Back between UK Lockdowns 1 and 2 (around the 154th March 2020) I was commissioned by Jussi Parikka and Tony Sampson to make diagrams for their paper: The Operational Loops of a Pandemic
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La release de cette semaine : Nous interviewons Monsieur X, chargé d'affaires secrètes sur le Minitel par différents ministères, dans le cadre des festivités des 40 ans du Minitel. Dossier exceptionnel en 3 émissions.
Sur @radiofmr et http://cpu.pm/0159
If you are new to the idea of federated social networks, the key potential for me is this:
Beyond replicating existing social media platforms, the amazing potential of the Fediverse is that they all talk to each other on here, so you can view and interact with an Instagram post on Twitter, follow a YouTube channel from Pinterest, comment on a WordPress blog with your Good Reads account, all from the same place!
P2P Ecosystem Review
Redecentralize, Jan. 2021
📄 PDF: https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/r0/download/twitter.modular.im/981b258141aa0b197804127cd2f7d298757bad20
📰 March 2021 status: Public roadmap and Spreadsheet updates
The monthly status is up on our blog: https://blog.cryptpad.fr/2021/03/29/status-march-2021/
🦠🎨 Viral Culture — I designed the cover for this special issue of Cultural Politics, out now: https://read.dukeupress.edu/cultural-politics/issue/17/1
I made something I wanted to try for a long time for the Feminist Hack Meetings in Rotterdam: an HTML poster generator. The organizers have the basic pattern of the poster on a webpage and they can modify and generate themselves the posters for the other events #webtoprint
Plato's cave machine learning allegory by Kareem Carr
it's only beginning but it's already quite a curiosity to me.
"Informed by the work of scholar Bethany Nowviskie, Verhoeven asks for a rethinking of digital infrastructures in terms of capacity and care, by 'developing an appreciation for where it hurts, where the sense of pain is in the worlds that we inhabit and study' and creating small scale interventions which can enkindle transformation on a larger scale."
When I think of my discomfort with bots, I think of where it hurts, and with this frame, I wonder where this course will take me by the end of it.
I'll continue to share thoughts in this thread as I go through.
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