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[iDC] The Internet as Playground and Factory

Trebor Scholz wrote:
Dear all,

What follows is my introduction to the conference The Internet as Playground and Factory, which will take place November 12-14 at the New School University in NYC.

Over the next few months this list will serve as one of the places for discussion in preparation for the event and some of the exchanges that we had on the iDC over the past few years are highly relevant to this debate.

These include: Social information overload/time :: User labor :: “Creative labor” :: Labor and value :: Fan labor :: Immaterial labor :: Enculturation :: Virtual worlds, education, and labor

I hope that you’ll join this discussion. Continue reading


Jun 4, 14:17
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Wikiplaza [fr Paris]

Wikiplaza :: until June 7 :: Festival Futur en Seine, Paris :: Live Stream.

The prototype of the Wikiplaza presented in Paris consists of an infrastructure developed with light architectural elements and technological systems (hardware, netware & software) conceived for open and participative public use. This infrastructure functions as an extension or amplification of existing public space by connecting remote places and digital resources. The ideas of freedom of knowledge, distribution of information and access to the networks are basic to the Wikiplaza. Implemented using free software and hardware it functions as a node, a centre connected to other nodes of the Festival Futur en Seine. Continue reading


Jun 2, 10:57
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Piksel09: Call for Projects [no Bergen]

Piksel09 :: November 19-22, 2009 :: Bergen, Norway :: Open CALL for PROJECTS — Deadline: July 15, 2009.

Piksel is an international event for artists and developers working with free/ libre and open source technologies & art. Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of FLOSS & art. This years event – Piksel09 – continues the exploration of free/ libre and open source technologies and it’s myriad of expressions. Continue reading


May 5, 11:16
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On the Pirate Bay Conviction

On nettime, jaromil wrote: … As some of you might already have heard, the second appeal to The Pirate Bay court case ended up with the conviction of four people behind the popular bittorrent tracker and website. Alan Toner give us two extensive accounts about the situation on his blog (here and here).

Further below you’ll find the statement that the Internet Society Philippines Chapter released about the happenings. What I find particularly interesting about the point of view offered by ISOC-PH president Fatima Lasay is the deep awareness of political implications in this and other similar court cases also quoted, for which The Pirate Bay case covers a prominent role. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:15
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Mining the Military-Academic-Industrial Complex in a Poetic-Serious Fashion

MAICgregator is a Firefox extension that aggregates information about colleges and universities embedded in the military-academic-industrial complex (MAIC). It searches government funding databases, private news sources, private press releases, and public information about trustees to try and produce a radical cartography of the modern university via the replacement or overlay of this information on academic websites. This is a necessary activity in light of the contemporary financial “crisis”.

net.art that will not be version numbered

Firefox extensions (putting aside (sadly) for the moment the regrettable continued use of male language) or add-ons are today presenting a relatively low-barrier entry into the development of web- and browser-based artistic projects. Continue reading


Apr 20, 09:35
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Live Stage: The Art + Politics of P2P [uk Bristol]

The Art + Politics of P2PMichel Bauwens, Matthew Fuller and Olga Goriunova :: March 24, 2009; 7:00 pm :: Arnolfini, Bristol, UK.

The presentation introduces the work of the Foundation for Peer-to-Peer Alternatives – a clearing house for open/free, participatory/p2p and commons-oriented initiatives. The interest is in how P2P networks challenge hierarchical server-client relations and provide an alternative organisational principle for understanding cultural production and the creation of value. In discussion we aim to explore the potential of this way of thinking to re-energise the production of art following the principle that emergent and radical arts practices can be found in social energies not yet recognised as art. Continue reading


Mar 16, 15:13
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Reblogged … free software project\s and their constituents

Winter Camp gathering shows the value of channels between free software project\ s and their constituents by Andy Oram

“Last week I was privileged (mining that term for its multiple connotations) to engage with 150 other people in a unique and moving set of experiences at an event called Winter Camp. My first impressions, based on just readings and a few early meetings, already demonstrated the engagement we all felt. My next report was generated in the heat of our work and reflected an almost fairy-tale atmosphere. A couple days after the end, I can cull some lessons for open source programmers and projects, as well as for people in other networks trying to make change. Continue reading


Mar 10, 10:03
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Visualization of dyne.org


FreeJ documentation from network cultures on Vimeo.

“… In the final plenary session the network showed a visualization (made by Crash) from the edits of FreeJ software files from the starting point of the project (November 2001) until now. Continue reading


Mar 9, 10:20
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APODIO New Release

APODIO official new release on SourceforgeAPODIO is a 5 year old Gnu/ Linux distribution, dedicated to multimedia tools for audio/ visual creation, to run your own radio, TV, make your own film, animation, art installation, Live Coding and other A/V performance… There is a forum to talk about it. We are waiting for you feedback!!

APODIO is a GNU/Linux platform containing audio, text-friendly, 3D, Streaming, graphic, Live Coding and video tools. It can be used as a liveDVD or be installed on a partition of your hard disk (on any PC 32bits to Mac Intel). Continue reading


Feb 23, 15:30
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Call for Support: Pirates of the Amazon

Call for support: Pirates of the Amazon, taken down by Amazon.com (Felix Stadler, tobias c. van veen, Edward Shanken, Dan Calin, Jon Ippolito, Florian Cramer, Olia Lialina):

Many Nettimers might already have read about www.pirates-of-the-amazon.com. The website provided a Firefox add-on that changed the experience of browsing Amazon.com by putting a slick “Download 4 Free” button on top of every product – whether a CD, DVD or book – also listed as a bittorrent on The Pirate Bay. Clicking the button on the Amazon.com product page for, say, Madonna’s latest album would yield a background search on The Pirate Bay and start up a bittorrent client to download a corresponding torrent.

After being published this Monday, the project made headline news on digg.com and has been covered among others by CNET, the Washington Post and currently more than 1000 blog entries worldwide. Continue reading


Dec 9, 18:50
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