over the past few years I have made a whole bunch of tutorials for creative coding with p5.js and put them here: creative-coding.decontextualiz I made them primarily as notes for me to follow along with when I'm teaching, so they're sketchy in some parts (and very out of date in others). but some (non-student) folks have told me recently that they found the tutorials useful, so I'm sharing here in case they might interest the fediverse!

(btw text is BY-NC licensed and the code examples are all CC0)

Today in "lol, fuck Apple", via twitter.com/bzamayo/status/119

Totally in the same vein of “There are over 600 million PCs in use today that are over five years old. This is really sad, it really is".

There's been a rumour that Youtube could terminate channels considered as not profitable enough. If we are to believe this tweet twitter.com/TeamYouTube/status "not about terminating an account bc it’s not making money" "It’s about discontinuing certain features or parts of the service bc they are outdated or have low usage".

introducing self: Grafton9, a diy archiving initiative of italian books, zines and journals of autonomous left and grassroots squats, of late '90s (but not only). very low quality, very low profile, a lot of activities on hacking tools and software for digitization and publishing on the web, and collecting rare published materials.

grafton9.net
archive.org/search.php?query=c

everything can be browsed, downloaded, keeped offline.

"Suitable for MPC, Amiga and Walkman", they're that old

My right speaker stopped working, this is inconvenient

Apparently some trackers are circumventing adblockers by embedding their script through a subdomain of the visited website, that actually redirects to the tracking company domain
- github.com/uBlockOrigin/uAsset
- shaftinc.fr/escalade-traque-eu (french)

via @shaft

a truly bizarre yet compelling political advertisement inside this hotel elevator in irvine, california

Black midi is still fun as heck
youtube.com/watch?v=9DOUqIhCt7

(may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy)

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