Je fini d'écouter cette série d'émissions (5 épisodes) sur Paul Virilio
(Je compense. J'ai une pile de ses livres que je n'ai qu'à moitié lu au mieux. Sauf les entretiens qui n'avaient pas eu raison de mon manque de concentration.)
missed this 3 part robert yang article about quake:
very good, especially that middle one if you haven't kept on top of the state of quake modding over the past 25 years.
And now for my monthly promotional post...
I just released a new issue of Eidolia over on Patreon! 👁
quick & dirty lifehack:
* view <a long article> in browser's reader mode
* save as html
* load html into calibre
* convert to epub or mobi
* send to e-reader
i managed to recover a version of this old sketch.
Made a quick & dirty recording of the sketch before i continue some work with it. I still have t’to make higher res renders and other things i want to try
(Best watched in 1080p or it’ll probably be only blurry mashed pixels)
Uxn Emulator on DS updated(0.2.3) with performance improvements and a bugfix to the keyboard.
Tonight at 18:00 CET is the time for a new episode of The User Condition series! Artist and reluctant engineer @praxeology will converse with designer without qualities Silvio Lorusso about – ominous soundtrack — N E T S T A L G I A.
MySpace eulogies, pure HTML pride, RetroPie consoles, Geocities reboots, Winamp-inspired portable MP3 players, "brutalist" web design, resurrected dead media, Stranger Things-like series, philologically correct CRT TV pixel art renditions, LEGO bricks ASMR.
Undoubtedly, we live in a time of nostalgia of the adventurous web of yore, the good ol' computing, the endless gaming days. But what exactly was so precious about it? What is that we long for? Are we just stuck, incapable to see the good in the new? Or is this longing for the past a way to re-inject some lost values into the near future?
Drawing from the work of Svetlana Boym and Mark Fisher, Howell and Lorusso will unpack the current netstalgic waves, trying to distinguish their restorative element from the reflective one. They will attempt to unearth the futures buried in the past, the futures that never were and yet here they are, haunting us like a distant MIDI lullaby.
Date: Monday, 17th of May 2021
Time: 18:00h - 19:00h CET
Location: Online (https://stream.vvvvvvaria.org/)
More info: http://varia.zone/en/usercond02.html
Apparently it's #Bandcamp Friday, so here comes the result of my latest musical adventures.
It's a nearly 11-minute long live steel tongue drum session with unquantized beats and lo-fi textures. It's a bit broken, a bit moody, a bit groovy... And I hope you'll enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed making it.
I'm still months late on several/different things i want to share but at least i made a little recap post of a selection of photos (hopefully a second/another different part to follow later & not too late -- but this kind of stuff is still not a priority)
(Potentially heavyweight page, WP blog post with more than a dozen photos)
Revel in the marvels of the universe. We are a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better ourselves and our surroundings through constant creation. We express ourselves through music, art, games, and writing. We also put great value in play. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.