Released the Digital Folklore Reader, originally published as a book in 2009, on dat:// — see dat:// or

Stolen from Pol Clarissou on Twitter:

Color by Katie Gately (2016)

(if you like multilayered digital pop - something vaguely in the neighbourhood of Holly Herndon)

I tried to configure a Raspberry Pi to autologin, but I think something is wwrroonngg

I just realised Google News has an automatic Satire detection, which of course was a bad idea.

Here's for example some real news from France 24 (French public tv channel - kinda equivalent to BBC World News) flagged as "Satire".

Paul Soulellis on Urgentcraft:

Doing what you can
Modest tools and materials
The slow gesture of maintenance
Interference / good trouble
Illegibility / refusal
Collective care
Resist design perfection


Mais bon, c'est quand même tellement plus important de transférer vers ses régions les quelques compétences restant à un état fédéral de 30000km² ヽ( ̄~ ̄ )ノ

There's a reprint of the catalogue of Cybernetic Serendipity , a 1968 exhibition of "cybernetic art" that had computer generated text, music, graphics, robotic art, video art, installations, ...

"Cartographer, a web-based exploration of a procedural world. Leave pins around the world for other travelers to find."

A stupid script that generates basic @font-face rules based on the font files in a directory (doesn't handle multiple sources and stuff because i didn't need it)

"Curated by Valentina Tanni, Eternal September, The Rise of Amateur Culture is a group exhibition that explores the relationship between professional art making and the rising of amateur cultural movements through the web (...)"

Politique belge, extrême droite Show more

So when you turn your favourite printer on, chances that it spits out this beautiful thing right into the absorber pads.

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Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more