Note, this is an long running project to revisit 35 internet art works from the late 1990s featured in the book New Media Art, somewhat in curiosity to see how many of the original works are still available. The author, Mark tribe, had at one time published the text in ...

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No accounts, no logins, no personal information needed. It's almost SPLOT-like, this zen-ish http://telegra.ph/. Almost nothing on the screen. There is no resemblance to some other mid-sized writing platform Simple inlne editing Embed media via a URL You can put your name on the author line or not. Once you publish, you ...

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It does make a decent news story to announce the offering of a free, as in no cost to taxpayers, database of local photos for a city. https://twitter.com/ResearchBuzz/status/800020936380403713 "Freely Available" is... well ok. As told in the story from Albuquerque TV station KOB4: Stunning images of Albuquerque and surrounding areas aren't hard to come ...

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For the second time (first was in 2014) I have deleted my Facebook account. It ought to be the last, but as they say about saying "never". My reactivation in 2015 was a need to have an account for a course project, then I had a few web sites for clients ...

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I have been nursing a small, un-stated, un-announced, un=tweeted media project. It occurred to me that this is an interesting way of being creative. Just do something. Don't make a splash. It's a secret. Or it is a "recondite" project: This word has been in steady decline since it's peak in 1850 Oh, yes, ...

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I never wanted to live in the plot of a dystopian present, but as those stones sang (a song swiped by the Orange Chupacabra), I'm not getting what I want. For weeks Jon Becker pined for the day https://twitter.com/jonbecker/status/775453856935337984 The day looked, sounded like the previous, but we've learned finally to question ...

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