Preparing the recognition machine with AVW for a 2nd tryout monday ... Thanks @KnowPresent for the receipt printer ... It's inspired a whole project :)


Iʼve been thinking about this a lot ! These ideas arenʼt necessarily organized or complete but I think they shed a fair amount of light onto my design process and the sorts of things I aim for with my works.

Pairs well with RDF, ActivityPub, IndieWeb, and everyone else trying to build the internet of tomorrow, today. But from a design perspective, rather than a technological one !

Une référence intéressante sur la relation art - licenses libres glanée récemment : la thèse en ligne: "Sandbox Culture, A Study of the Application of Free and Open Source Software Licensing Ideas to Art and Cultural Production" d'Aymeric Mansoux :

Today we are launching our campaign to save the internet from #Article13. Join us and call your representatives in Brussels on
Together we're making it clear: “If you vote for upload filters, we won't vote for you!” #SaveYourInternet #Pledge2019

Tech firms make millions from Trump's anti-immigrant agenda, report finds

Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft provide tools that aid surveillance, detention and deportation, according to report

Silicon Valley technology corporations including Amazon, Palantir and Microsoft make millions from US immigration enforcement, according to a new report.

They provide tools that aid surveillance, detention and deportation of (...)

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On the 28th of October, @manetta and I will be giving a :hacker_w: :hacker_o: :hacker_r: :hacker_k: :hacker_s: :hacker_h: :hacker_o: :hacker_p: at the Impakt festival. Afficher plus

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With Karina Dukalska (Back it up), Max Franklin (Anomolous Faces), Giulia de Giovanelli (Unlearning the Rules of Collectivity), Franc González (Referedum Medialogs), Pleun Gremmen (Alt Reality Lexicon) and Nadine Rotem-Stibbe (Unpublishing House).

Presented at #WORM, #Rotterdam, in UBIK and Slash Gallery with an exclusive presentation from first year students and extraordinary guest appearances…


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