nice prediction diagram on p.79
'Fig. 2: Graphic summary of Facebook’s patent US9750752B2.' from what I gather the summary is by author Lídia Pereira.
Kiwix is a free open app that lets you view Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg, StackExchange etc offline.
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Report from Data Workers exhibition, on view until April 28 at the Mundaneum in Mons, Belgium.
generating random magic words by adding progressively more noise to "abracadabra"
Mort Garson – Mother Earth's Plantasia.
"Warm earth music for plants and the people who love them"
One of these early synthesizer albums that really grows 🌿 🌱 🌾 🥦 🍃 on you.
Often removed from YT, so fire up your fave terminal and hit that youtube-dl
Networks with an Attitude
---> Public events on 10, 11 and 13/04 in Antwerpen, Belgium
The internet is dead, long live the internets! In 2025, the internet will consist of either gated communities or decentralised independent instances. For those who want to be connected while choosing their own dependencies, there is no other option than to draw up new networks and experiment with both historical and innovative protocols.
Networks with an Attitude is a six-day worksession organised by Constant. During this intensive week we stretch the imagination of what a network is, and what it can be. Three public moments will open up the process, beginning of April.
I wrote a small contribution about chatty therapy bots and the politics of mental health for the new INC publication "State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art": http://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/state-machines-reflections-and-actions-at-the-edge-of-digital-citizenship-finance-and-art/
There is a great deal of ingenuity displayed in the construction of the machine illustrated by the accompany engravings. It is designed for paging account books and operates in the most rapid, accurate and perfectly successful manner.
Scientific American Vol V No 22 (1861) https://archive.org/details/scientific-american-1861-11-30
Between March 28 & April 28, the group Algolit is organising a public moment in which we share the discussions we've had, experiments we've made, stories we've told, all the while we were disentangling machine learning algorithms.
Join us at the Mundaneum in Mons for the opening on the 28th of March, or for a workshop with Allison Parrish on the 26th of April.
In this broadcast, developed by Myroslava Keryk and Benjamin Cope of the Our Choice Foundation in Warsaw, we follow the stories of three Ukrainians working in Poland, in different sectors. The tales they tell bring to light different aspects of an emergent and shifting landscape of labor that is as yet only sketchily mapped. We believe that these experiences of migrant labor have much to tell about new challenges for building shared interests among workers, and thus about a radical reorganization of society whose outcome is as yet unknown. This podcast was originally published at podcasts.ceu.edu as part of the project “Towards Shared Interests between Migrant and Local Workers” supported by the Europe for Citizens programme … Continue reading →
https://radar.squat.net is an alternative and radical events agenda. It lists events at autonomous and community spaces that are generally either free or entry on donation
It would be great to see more events from other places around the world listed.
*please boost for visibility*
#Job opening at Tactical Tech for a front-end engineer:
So I cast off my 2018 temperature blanket on Jan 1st and I am so pleased with how it turned out. I knit one garter stitch row every day for 365 days based on the daily high temp for my city. It was a very rewarding project. #knitting
design * bureaucracy,
Mediawiki Stockholm syndrome,
botnet as infrapuncture,