We've prepared a zine version of "Beneath the Concrete, the Forest," our collection of accounts from the defense of the Atlanta Forest. This is an inspiring snapshot of a movement against police, gentrification, and ecocide.
Please print and distribute!
Nine Inch Nails cover using handpans and EDM production? This is fucking sick
Someone had a granite headstone made for Internet Explorer and placed it beside a tiny church on the rooftop of a cafe in Gyeongju, South Korea: https://m.clien.net/service/board/park/17331335
“My target user is a “little C” creator, someone who is being creative just for the fun of it, and is more interested in feeling good while creating, instead of being focused on the outcome.”
This is open to any and all disciplines, and any project that doesn't fit into a neat disciplinary box. No need to be on scholar.social - anyone can submit!
Feel free to DM this account if you have any questions, and that link again is https://summerschool.scholar.social/2022/
(ie: Once you admit publicly that programming itself is not actually that hard and the interesting / difficult part of it is actually about figuring out relations with and models of the world, you're both bound to a responsibility in how you make things and what you choose to make, and you can also kiss goodbye to those sweet overinflated day rates)
since a couple people asked this arvo, i did a lil writeup abt my "now playing" script - full instructions & tips for if you'd like to do the same thing <33
The NFT market rusting out is obviously already pretty upsetting for those that have invested heavily in it, in one way or another. But wait until the platforms and their centralised and entirely privately owned servers start shutting down - which will happen - proof of 'ownership' disappearing with them.
There'll be crowdfunding attempts to keep them up and running, but doubtful that'll get far, esp as the global economy hits a pandemic and war-induced downturn.
Director of the Rutgers Camden Digital Studies Center (DiSC): https://digitalstudies.camden.rutgers.edu/
assemblag.es is a Mastodon instance for people interested in thinking creatively and critically about technology, in the broadest sense. The only requirement is that you keep to the code of conduct!