well here's something you don't see every day
Ethics for design
Documentaire de Gauthier Roussilhe
12 designers et chercheurs, venant de 8 villes européennes, discutent ensemble de l’impact, parfois néfaste, du design sur nos sociétés et des chemins à emprunter pour que le designer travaille pour le bien de tous.
Don't copy that floppy
Don't archive that hard drive
Don't make a dash with that flash
Don't scrape that paper tape
Don't let anyone see that DVD
Don't write an epistle about that holographic crystal
Don't retrain that artificial brain
Don't duplicate that quantum state
Don't retool that psychic mindspool
Don't clone that stone
“The Techno-Galactic Guide to Software Observation is the obsessive fantasy of optimization turned on its head and stuck to the ceiling of a self-reflecting elevator. It is the ultimate book, with almost 300 pages of dos and don’ts, of forgotten #histories and un-inevitable #futures, of mindful agile actions and improvisational service architectures, of any and all things that you can and cannot imagine needing in a techno-galaxy.”
photos by michaela lakova, via email@example.com
**Egypte legt kunstenaars het zwijgen op**
"De Egyptische autoriteiten hebben in de afgelopen maanden minstens twaalf kunstenaars gearresteerd. Ze willen daarmee kritiek op de regering via tv, film, in theater en literatuur tegengaan, zegt mensenrechtenorganisatie Human Rights Watch (HRW)."
Happy Birthday, Debian. 🎂 🎉 🎈
25 years old.
Ian Murdock announced #Debian on August 16th 1993. The first release, 0.01, was made the next month, on September 15th.
Congratulations & thanks to the Debian volunteers, past and present, for making it such a fantastic distro. Here's to the next 25 years.
http://trans.hackmeeting.org/faq.html #hackmeeting #transhackmeeting #hackers #hacking #anarchism #hacktivism glad to see real hacker conferences(not infosec) popping up again around the world were skills is nothing with out heart and rebel hungry to change things around them, not just change tech. a hacker is a hacker in every environment not just in a room
tech coops, community Show more
Many #coop success stories I've read about seem to be about taking root in a community and meeting needs that aren't going away anytime soon: food, houses, childcare, etc.
Can #techcoops ever follow that model? Most tech work uses ephemeral tools to meet transient needs, and tech firms are rootless by default. Are there any meaningful generalizations we can draw from the exceptions?
and again a night of chasing vacuum leaks (epoxy infusion of the rudder the techo-tsukumogami sailboat)
« Ceci n'est pas une pub », c'est Framadsense. https://framablog.org/2018/04/01/framadsense-la-publicite-qui-a-du-sens/
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If teachers have to carry guns, Presidents should have to read books.
excavator of digital artefacts
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