Pouet épinglé
Pouet épinglé
Pouet épinglé

"In my version of computational thinking, I imagine an abstract machine with just the data types and operations that I want. If this machine existed, then I could write the program I want. But it doesn’t. Instead I have introduced a bunch of subproblems — the data types and operations — and I need to figure out how to implement them. I do this over and over until I’m working with a real machine or a real programming language. That’s the art of design."
quantamagazine.org/barbara-lis

it seems i lost the original video... but here i am, almost 5 years ago, operating the fetch and execute cycle of the beans computer :tealheart:

#theFurnace?

Excited to walkthrough my virtual studio with the audiences. This time I will talk about diagramming practice & coded images. #screenwalk is hosted by The Photographers’ Gallery, UK and Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. Come and join us 🙂

thephotographersgallery.org.uk

Radio Implicancies 15.8
Live *VIDEO* stream @ 1600 CET
issue.xpub.nl/15/

Featuring an all libre toolchain -- no zoom, not twitch, nor youtube...The only clouds will those in the sky...

I love that project: Low Tech Magazine Solar-Powered Website:
solar.lowtechmagazine.com/
it goes offline when the weather is bad for a too long period. the footer is including a weather forecast to give you an idea about future availability <3
#appropriate-infrastructures

Tomorrow and Tuesday, the Computing within LIMITS workshop takes place.

I'm presenting a paper based on a discussion on Mastodon, started by @calcifer about terms related to sustainability and computing. I'm starting with a discussion of 3 historical terms from the 70s, rooted in anarchism, anti-technocratic critique and human-scale technologies, after which I dive into LIMITS related and grass roots terms, ideas and their associated practices.

Link to paper: computingwithinlimits.org/2021

Lurk instance is well represented, @rra is there, in paper session #3, with a discussion on degrowth and ICT, focusing on Low Tech Magazine's design choices and most importantly, why it sometimes goes offline:
computingwithinlimits.org/2021

Many thanks to @solderpunk @neauoire @viznut and @calcifer for their kind contributions!

14 - 15 June, from 16.00 - 20.30 CEST

computingwithinlimits.org/2021

Radio Implicancies 15.7
Live stream today @ 1600 CET
issue.xpub.nl/15/

> Welcome to the XPUB Cookbook. The following recipes contain ways to think with and about technology from many different perspectives. From reading tools to guided meditations, we prepared a feast for the mind from entree to dessert.

> Our chefs today are Camilo, Clara, Euna, Federico, Floor, Jacopo, Kendal, Louisa, Martin & Nami.

Bon Appétit!

A lot of people remember the "Browser Wars" but do you remember the "Battle for Digital Whiteness"?

So in June I'm trying my first thing-a-day-for-a-month project.

I'll be posting experiments made with #shoebot, a tool that i've been making with friends for the last 13 years, to draw with vector graphics in a simple drawing syntax.

First off, an output of some recent fun animating stroke dashes -- increasing their offset results in a pleasing smooth motion. This one is made out of 3 100-sided stars with varying dashed strokes.

We are pleased to announce the new open access/ source web ver of the bk #Aesthetic #Programming, which is designed and implemented by @osp_kitchen. Check out www.aesthetic-programming.net, and make your own web version with new chapters/references/works by forking the repository: gitlab.com/aesthetic-programmi

Activating Captions: an online exhibition of audio-video work that "critically engages with captioning as a singular artistic form of expression." ... All works accessible online until 7 June.

argosarts.org/activatingcaptio

Weizenbaum's original Eliza code finally tracked down in a "distinctive collections" folder in the MIT Libraries. Released as public domain. Images of around a dozen or so fan fold pages.

sites.google.com/view/elizagen

This Sunday morning at Varia: Read & Repair - The Automated Body feat. Angeliki Diakrousi

The text selection for Read in May was made by @anglk whose work engages critically with notions of listening and dynamics of public realms.

In this edition of Read participants will be invited to pick a text, read in groups, breath and share their readings through an (un)automated persona. We discuss automations of the human body, that surpasses the idea that 'human' differs from the other animals in that it uses tools. They are;

Countersexual Manifesto (2018) by Paul B. Preciado

Full Queerocracy Now!: Pink Totaliterianism and the Industrialization of Libidinal Agriculture (2021) by Comrade Josephine (embodied by Luce deLire)

Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software (2002) by Steven Johnson

There is no prior reading needed before we come together to Read, we send out a link for download during the event.

Date: Sunday, 30th May 2021
Time: 11:00-13:00 CEST
Location: bbb.constantvzw.org/b/cri-yp7-
NOTE: This reading session will be held in English.

[image: poster with title on layers of images, including a scan of bubble wrap, a pen with black background, and waving images of the communist sickle & scythe on pink triangle, and StarLogo slime mold simulation - both from readings]

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