*The Art and Science of Dumpsterdiving*

Just came across a PDF of this book on Are.na from are.na/c-sekou channel. Haven't read it but have to download just for the title alone.


I have too many accounts.I keep just using the one that has the most followers cause it has the most "action" when I post something.

controlled video feedback using all analog 1970's equipment


Attempting to burn a CD for the first time in so many years. Feels so strange. Hoping to get Debian Linux going on this Mac Mini soon.

radar.squat.net is an alternative and radical events agenda. It lists events at autonomous and community spaces that are generally either free or entry on donation

It would be great to see more events from other places around the world listed.


#squattheplanet #freespaces #radar

*please boost for visibility*

an idea for a t-shirt I wanted to silkscreen last year

"from truth to the imagination"

a scan of page three of a zine I made in Abu Dhabi this past year.

have listened to this album now over 5 times this week. I think it gets better the more I listen. thanks for the recommendation @palomakop

Молчат Дома - Этажи

watched bandersnatch. was pretty good. wanted more though.

cant remember why I named this note like this

got this bluetooth speaker that has a broken usb charging port. what shall I do? no screws just rubber so taking it apart requires cutting.

just thought I should repost some beautiful content away from a closed facebook group.

"Home made, includes my design moduals with Rutt-Etra, Sandin and other capabilities with Altair computer interface on display at The Creamery, LaFayette NY." -Carl Geiger (posted in facebook.com/groups/VIDEOCIRCU)

"What a great approach, never knew that this processor was basically free and that they had fixit parties. I've always thought that it was developed in a rather closed circle at MIT or so. I've found a copy on the web. Any chance to build it or do you think the parts are too old?" -Yo Yochi


"For newer people who don't know the Sandin IP was one of the first video syntheziers available for people to build around 1973 It was made available via the "Distribution Religion" a build manual created by Phil Morton and Daniel Sandin that was essentially free for people to use for the cost of photocopies. It essentially open sourced the design allowing people the chance to build an modify their own units." -Chris King

"Processing some historical Sandin Image Processor modules recently donated to SAIC’s FVNMA department to extend and preserve our system."

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