How can you hjelp the internett archive http://blog.archive.org/2020/06/14/how-can-you-help-the-internet-archive/
During this time of protest, I know we could all use an uplifting story. So I want to tell you about El Negro Matapacos, the heroic Chilean protest dog who hated the police.
"Putting the synth in photosynthesis" https://youtu.be/l0vrsO3_HpU
"People used to talk about the internet as a place. The information superhighway. A frontier. The internet was something to get on. Even the desktop metaphor was in turn clarifying, then confusing: it helped people understand how a personal computer organizes information, while it invited a user to think of the experience as three-dimensional and spatial. Now people talk about the internet as something to talk to; it is someone." Joanne McNeil, Lurking, 17
XPUB invites you to listen to the live Radio Implicancies#2 broadcast today @ 16:00 CET / 14:00 GMT
Radio Implicancies is a weekly broadcast of recorded and live matter brought to you by Piet Zwart Institute's Experimental Publishing programme.
In our second episode of the series we continue to experiment with technologies of worlding, methods of story-telling, and encounters of implicancies.
"when using a party line service, the wires are shared by multiple service subscribers"
"the families that share a party line need to be considerate of each other, just when they share a drive way"
pictures of #FloppyTotaal - Magnetic Flux festival
...all taken on floppy disk with Sony Mavica cameras,
with organizers Niek Hilkmann, Lidia Pereira & Thomas Walskaar, Adam Frankiewicz (Pionierska Records/Floppy Not New(s)), Sascha Müller, Remute, underbelly shop (Mariëtte Groot) & diverse workshop participants and visitors.
Let's have a Swayze Christmas this year, because there is no tradition like a new tradition https://youtu.be/2ZyJCV_dyug
Verizon blocks archivists from preserving 20 years of Yahoo Groups history. #archiveteam #yahoogroups via @textfiles https://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/3084557/verizon-blocks-archivists-yahoo-group-content
everything will be digitized and published on Internet Archive, for free, forever.
we don't spend money on infrastructure, neither on hardware. everything is lo-fi, low quality.
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