@pixouls @manetta yup! farming those lollipops to buy the sorceress's spells and hope you have enough next time you are on a break from work :)

@andi Page Not Found's website? I didn't develop it, but yeah, it looks great :)

Tomorrow from 11:00-17:00 @ccl and I will be hosting a session around one of the research trajectories in Varia: Minimal Viable Learning constantvzw.org/site/RDI-3-Min.

The session is part of the Reclaiming Digital Infrastructures series initiated by Constant and KASK Gent. Join us for discussions and stretching acts around etherpads, plain text, minimal computing, learning environments, padtiquettes, user-spaces, a minifesto and magic words.

How do minimal viable softwares enable a multitude of practices, while considering how technical learning environments can be viable for different contexts?

Register by writing a short mail to: peter@constantvzw.org

This Friday, April 2nd 2021, Page Not Found ( page-not-found.nl ) and the Master Experimental Publishing ( ) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, are delighted to invite you to the launch of their Special Issue #14, entitled “I Don't Know Where We're Going, But — A Local Network City Quest”.

Join for a game of urban pinball as you drift through the streets of Den Haag. And it's free? Yes: eventbrite.nl/e/launch-i-dont-

Friday 2 April 2021, are you in or nearby? Feel like checking out a psychogeographical for a bit of change of scenery?

Join new special issue launch "I Don’t Know Where We’re Going, But — A Local Network City Quest"!

FREE ticket + HOWTO
eventbrite.nl/e/launch-i-dont-

(in partnership with page-not-found.nl + guidance of @lidia_p)

Nice article from West Den Haag about the special issue 13 released in December (IRL launch currently planned for the spring). This project was developed by first year students, with the guidance of Nienke Scholts, @lidia_p and XPUB staff.

westdenhaag.nl/nl/thuistezien/

@pixouls those are some very true words :) it was such a pleasure to be in her company.

Online lecture by interdisciplinary, intersectional, digital media scholar and digital herstorian Dr Kishonna Gray whose areas of research include identity, performance and online environments, embodied deviance, cultural production, video games, and Black Cyberfeminism co-organized by Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy will be happening tomorrow at 4:00 PM (CET):

eventbrite.nl/e/the-pinball-is

Totally free!

Online lecture by critic, theorist, activist, artist, and game designer Anne-Marie Schleiner co-organized by Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, happening today at 6.30 PM (CET):

eventbrite.nl/e/the-games-with

Totally free!

Hello Fediverse! I’ve moved my account and am happy to join post.lurk.org :)

so time for a re- i guess:

Hi, i’m Martin. I enjoy going on vague journeys through nature, cities, cyberspaces and everywhere in between. Along the way I collect all sorts of lost footage, fragments, broken images, scraps of content… and then reassemble them somehow into new scenarios. To have my own publishing space I maintain a small handwritten website with a messy backyard, guarded by a pixel cat, here: fragmentscenario.com. I’m easily fascinated by all space-universe-related things, cybernetic failures, the expanding fediverse and all kinds of printed-matter.

@bioni @nome @vigliensoni @geimgeisla @cynthia If you know of other people who could feel at home on lurk, please invite them by generating an invite code: post.lurk.org/invites

Our moderation policy can be found here: post.lurk.org/terms

Mastodon has quite granular visibility settings for your posts, you find them in the message compose field. Here is how they work: dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9. In addition to those we have another option (the chain link) which makes your posts not federate, meaning they are only visible on post.lurk.org.

It is possible to switch to different color themes and even a multi-column layout in your preferences: post.lurk.org/settings/prefere

If you want to move to another instance you can migrate your social graph here: post.lurk.org/settings/profile

If you wanna do some serious reading on what else is possible, here's a good place to start: github.com/joyeusenoelle/Guide

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Hello @bioni @nome @vigliensoni @geimgeisla and @cynthia and welcome to post.lurk.org!

The Fediverse and Mastodon are not super intuitive to get started with so here is an introduction in two parts!

The most difficult thing is to discover content and people you find interesting.

For that there are generally two strategies: first you can post and subscribe to hashtags. This is currently the best way to find particular conversations. For example you could look at or post to to find others interested in that topic. Most commonly is used to describe briefly what you are interested in, that way people can follow you. If you do I can boost you for visibility.

The second strategy is to make use of both the 'Local' and 'Federated'/'Global' timelines. The local one shows all posts by people on post.lurk.org. The 'Global' timeline shows all posts by people followed by people on lurk.org but who are themselves on a different part of the network. See here for a visual explanation:

dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9

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Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at PZI/WdKA, are happy to invite you to an online lecture by curator Ellef Prestsæter!

Today 17:00 CET
Free ticket :)

eventbrite.nl/e/pnf-xpub-the-p

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Our moderation policy can be found here: post.lurk.org/terms

Mastodon has quite granular visibility settings for your posts, you find them in the message compose field. Here is how they work: dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9. In addition to those we have another option (the chain link) which makes your posts not federate, meaning they are only visible on post.lurk.org.

It is possible to switch to different color themes and even a multi-column layout in your preferences: post.lurk.org/settings/prefere

If you want to move to another instance you can migrate your social graph here: post.lurk.org/settings/profile

If you wanna do some serious reading on what else is possible, here's a good place to start: github.com/joyeusenoelle/Guide

Lastly if you have any questions or issues you can contact me or one of the other mods:
@320x200 or @rra
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Hello @misho @c_robo_ and @tuuun and welcome to post.lurk.org!

The Fediverse and Mastodon are not super intuitive to get started with so here is an introduction in two parts!

The most difficult thing is to discover content and people you find interesting.

For that there are generally two strategies: first you can post and subscribe to hashtags. This is currently the best way to find particular conversations. For example you could look at or post to to find others interested in that topic. Most commonly is used to describe briefly what you are interested in, that way people can follow you. If you do I can boost you for visibility.

The second strategy is to make use of both the 'Local' and 'Federated'/'Global' timelines. The local one shows all posts by people on post.lurk.org. The 'Global' timeline shows all posts by people followed by people on lurk.org but who are themselves on a different part of the network. See here for a visual explanation:

dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9

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Call for application WdKA PZI XPUB Master 🔥 💻

This is what our first year students do: issue.xpub.nl

This is what our second year students do: project.xpub.nl

This is an open day (06 Feb): pzwart.nl/open-days/

This is where to apply: pzwart.nl/application

This is a website: xpub.nl

@Eiram @blonder_sack @cataclysmic_var If you know of other people who could feel at home on lurk, please invite them by generating an invite code: post.lurk.org/invites

Our moderation policy can be found here: post.lurk.org/terms

Mastodon has quite granular visibility settings for your posts, you find them in the message compose field. Here is how they work: dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9. In addition to those we have another option (the chain link) which makes your posts not federate, meaning they are only visible on post.lurk.org.

It is possible to switch to different color themes and even a multi-column layout in your preferences: post.lurk.org/settings/prefere

If you want to move to another instance you can migrate your social graph here: post.lurk.org/settings/profile

If you wanna do some serious reading on what else is possible, here's a good place to start: github.com/joyeusenoelle/Guide

Lastly if you have any questions or issues you can contact me or one of the other mods:
@320x200 or @rra
happy lurking!

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Hello @Eiram, @blonder_sack and @cataclysmic_var and welcome to post.lurk.org!

The Fediverse and Mastodon are not super intuitive to get started with so here is an introduction in two parts!

The most difficult thing is to discover content and people you find interesting.

For that there are generally two strategies: first you can post and subscribe to hashtags. This is currently the best way to find particular conversations. For example you could look at or post to to find others interested in that topic. Most commonly is used to describe briefly what you are interested in, that way people can follow you. If you do I can boost you for visibility.

The second strategy is to make use of both the 'Local' and 'Federated'/'Global' timelines. The local one shows all posts by people on post.lurk.org. The 'Global' timeline shows all posts by people followed by people on lurk.org but who are themselves on a different part of the network. See here for a visual explanation:

dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/9

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