Next step in kimchi making: Spring onions, garlic, ginger, carrots, fish sauce and chilly powder turned into this (the lack of photos of the process is due to the messy red nature of the job). Now is about letting bacterias do their work, wait and taste and wait more. 🌶

Brimming Chinese cabage for the next 12 hours for a new batch of kimchi 👹

Cool discovery of the day: The Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) archive.qzap.org/index.php with access to the PDF of zines!

First time doing kimchi. 1 Chinese cabage, 1 cup of 🌶 powder, fish oil, grated vegetables. Now letting fermentation do its job

Reading on core memory. What a fascinating way of storing bits, by weaving wire through rings.
Here are some interesting links on the topic:
*The Charming Genius of the Apollo Guidance Computer - Brian Troutwine youtube.com/watch?v=xY45YE7ggn
* Examining the core memory module inside a vintage IBM 1401 mainframe righto.com/2015/08/examining-c
* Arduino core memory shield tindie.com/products/kilpelaj/c

Quite a modest start, but happy to have start DivePixels, a gallery of images taken while diving. Using and oooooooooo.io/index.php/DivePi

From May 7-11th my work Data Factory will be shown at INSIDE INTERNET CORRIDORS exhibition in Belgrade, alongside the works of Danielle Sucher, Amy Suo Wu, Owen Mundy, Sebastian Schmieg
Silvio Lorusso (@entreprecariat)

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