Digital Solidarity Networks started as a shared listing of tools, practices and readings for digital solidarity, conviviality and togetherness. In May and June 2021 we are organising 3 public moments for collective relearning.

For the first event, happening on Thursday 20 May, 15:00 -18:00 CEST, we will be joined by DuΕ‘an Barok, who will speak about Artist-Run Digital Networks and Community Work.

Together, we will be asking:

* How can we reconfigure digital networks across timelines and communities?

Read more about the event and the Digital Solidarity Networks series here: vvvvvvaria.org/en/dsn-1.html

@ccl @manetta

@hellocatfood my mobile app doesn't even have options to play the music?

@praxeology @raphael I always confuse the 'Buche' and the 'Birke', the latter was used as a writing medium as well: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birch_ba

On the illusion of 'net-zero' technologies, how we got there and what is next.

'It should now be getting clear where the journey is heading. As the mirage of each magical technical solution disappears, another equally unworkable alternative pops up to take its place. The next is already on the horizon – and it’s even more ghastly. Once we realise net zero will not happen in time or even at all, geoengineering – the deliberate and large scale intervention in the Earth’s climate system – will probably be invoked as the solution to limit temperature increases.'

theconversation.com/climate-sc

How to design a sailing ship for the 21st century?

It is surprisingly difficult to build a carbon neutral ship. This is even more the case today, because our standards for safety, health, hygiene, comfort, and convenience have changed profoundly since the Age of Sail.

solar.lowtechmagazine.com/2021

loving sonomu.club local timeline seeing so much musical activity from a wide range of practitioners and levels of expertise i love you all thanks

We extended the deadline of the call for participating at the Silicon Friend Camp until may 17! Spread the word :)

https://cwc.radical-openness.org

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One of the most important roles for artists and creators of software today is to imagine and promote forms of cultural practice outside of corporate enclosure.

I just published an interview with Alfredo Lopez, founder and long-time board member of May First, a co-op serving the technology needs of leftist movements. He talks about May First's vision, goals, governance, and more.

Listen or read here: https://realcoopstories.org/alfredo-lopez-may-first-movement-technology/

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Hi , I'm Quentin, I'a graphic designer free-software and enthusiast . Since two years I share these interests with students by teaching at Nimes University and The OrlΓ©ans School of Art and Design. I'm part of @velvetyne prepostprint.org and Atelier TΓ©mΓ©raire (which distribute political/graphical zines, thesis and posters). I'm also a big fan of and currently working with a beautiful plotter call Plotilde (adopted with @raphael ). I love organise meeting's and workshop to exchange with poeple and learn new stuff.
To pay my rent and eat I develop small website (I'm mor specialized in the frontend job, I'm afraid by big architectures).
These last month I'm questionning the notion of in my domains and the society. I'm interrested by promoted by movements.

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Hello Fediverse!

I am currently preparing material for my potential bachelor thesis in communication design. I'm looking for info on open source usage or workflow in the design industry (but basically everything none-Adobe). I know of David Revoy's book project and would love to hear about more experiences. If you have any yourself or any material at hand (blogs, videos, papers, etc.) I'd be happy if you could send it my way. 😊 ❀️

#OpenSource #adobe #FollowerPower

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