* ੈ✩‧₊˚ Critical Coding Cookbook ‧₊˚* ੈ✩‧
It’s here: the Critical Coding Cookbook website contains a collection of 24 recipes that consider computer programming from cultural, philosophical, and decolonial frameworks.
Visit https://criticalcode.recipes to check out contributions by Kit Kuksenok, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Noam Youngrak Son, Morgan Green, Kathy Wu, evelyn masso, Dorothy R. Santos, Sara Rivera, Tegan Bristow, Lavannya Surresh, Shafali J, Micah A, Sanketh K, Echo Theohar, Kevin Lee, Shayna Robinson, Anuradha Reddy, Nancy Mauro-Flude (sister0.tv), Roopa Vasudevan, Kemi Sijuwade-Ukadike, Joana Chicau, Renick Bell, Becca Rose, Mario Guzman, Winnie Yoe, Annina Rüst, and Tamara Moura Costa.
The project is led and edited by Xin Xin and Katherine Moriwaki. Visual identity, website design, and implementation by Kevin Cadena. Stay tuned for the CCC PDF reader, coming later this summer.
Encore plus cynique, anti-etat, œuvrant contre travailleurs et usagers...que ce qu’on savait déjà #UberFiles https://www.lemonde.fr/pixels/article/2022/07/10/uber-files-une-strategie-du-chaos-assumee-pour-conquerir-le-monde_6134211_4408996.html
été is a sound program for live-coding, allowing to combine live algorithmic composition with percussive expression with the keyboard.
spent this week working on a very small tool for making intractable unfolding texts entirely out of the html <details tag>
you can try it at https://ravel.neocities.org/ !
I'm building a village of bulles six coques in CSS...
(messy, under construction, and compulsive work)
Tomorrow is the launch and open day of the Infraschool: a peer-to-peer learning initiative organised by members of Good Times Bad Times and Varia.
For the first term of the infraschool we'll be learning about digital tools, community infrastructure and cooperative organisation! If any of those sound interesting to you then come along to Varia at 17:00 Wednesday 25th of May :) Unfortunately I won't be able to make it, but I'll be there in spirit!
More info can be found at infraschool.nl
and the great ASCII art is made by @simoon
Pierre Coric employs technology to challenge conventional notions of perception in diverse installations.
“As we continue” is a clock that only activates when it senses a person’s looking at it. It thus measures presence and attention, shaping the space around it and people’s behavior while being shaped in turn.
Find the installation in (un)common grounds at iMAL, opening May 14th, 5 - 8 pm
The exhibition is open until May 29th from Wed-Sun.
All information here: https://www.imal.org/en/events/un-common-grounds
pdftex.js: a latex env that runs in the browser
Big and slow, but still very intersting. Here is the demo:
Be patient, it doesn't have a spinner.
Today Luuse is launching their Bookscanner at our Fablab
Join us from 18:30 - 22:30 (entrance trough the Fablab)