From fantasy computers to fantasy gatherings
The #Lovebyte online demoparty inspired me to envision a fantasy metaplatform that would allow organizing virtual demoparties for virtual platforms, and lots more. http://viznut.fi/texts-en/fantasy_computers.html #demoscene
*From fantasy computers to fantasy gatherings | viznut*
the phoebes have returned!!
each year this stretch feels like friends returning after a long trip. there's a pair that lives outside my studio, their tail-flicking behavior is unmistakable and flight acrobatics entrancing.
also i just discovered that audubon has maps showing range redistribution based on climate change.
fagradalsfjall livestream, feeling the earth energy from afar.
japanese timberframing. this detail of the sill plate with scribed posts resting on stones.
(we're building a deck, previously planned to do poured concrete footings... this approach with stones is deeply satisfying in comparison).
(That said, I still find it INCREDIBLY difficult to get excited about money beyond it being a necessity today as a means of being able to exist so you can work on things that actually matter. The latter, I might add, does not equate in my book to “things that make money.”)
also because i have referenced it a few times in conversation lately, this is still my favorite essay on internet culture i've ever read: http://www.comatonse.com/writings/2013_social_media_content_removal_fail.html
"I am all the more convinced that the hallucinatory freedom felt by social media users is precisely the hallucinatory freedom felt by consumers relishing in the prescribed choices offered in a shopping mall."
i've spent the last 6 months mad about nfts. and i guess i finally got mad enough to write it all down. ->
"a diskmag usually comes housed as an executable program file that will only run on a specific hardware platform. A diskmag tends to have an aesthetically appealing and custom graphical user interface (or even interfaces), background music and other features that take advantage of the hardware platform the diskmag was coded for."
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.