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__ La même équipe / état d'esprit que /DataDetox Kit/
( une assez bonne vulgarisation pratique / théorique )
Cette Bulle est .archived ( partielle )
" Explore wikipedia in 3d "
Via : https://alternativeto.net/software/wikigalaxy/about/
Me fait pas mal penser à mon projet/usage de wikiCat :
Une mine d'or d'un artiste web.créatif ...
Un annuaire_index de ses travaux et œuvre.art bien agréable à consulter :)
Plein de choses fun et bien documentées... 2019 2020 2021
" During the mandate, Lara will explore the intersections between ironic and informative usage of Internet. She will conduct a series of interviews and create a digital archive of ‘Weird Web’ examples. "
" I first came across the term ‘Weird Web’ on It's Nice That in an article written by coder and artist Neal Agarwal. He describes an early form of the internet before its monetisation and intense focus on clicks and social media. He describes this former internet as ‘a place where online creators expressed themselves through interactive content, games & experiments. It was a place that brought delight & joy.’ I believe that if you look hard enough, you might just find that the weird web lives on today. "
" According to psychologist and professor Larry Rosen , ‘We willingly push any and every button because we hope that it provides a squirt of dopamine for pleasure.’ And so, you will likely find yourself clicking the tantalising Useless Web button and BOOM a whole digital world of uselessness explodes (or rather, is opened tab by tab in your browser bar). Each time you press the button you’ll be taken to a different domain which hosts creative, silly and seemingly pointless content. " nudge
" One of the main people that spurred my interest in useless websites was an artist called @Rafaël_Rozendaal who has been an internet artist forever, well longer than I’ve known about internet art. He is one of the original internet artists. "
Originally published on:
theweirderweb.xyz [DEAD] "
A conversation with @Tim_Holman ( w/ @Lara_Chapman ) 2012 2019
via "Partir en vadrouille" + Pushing Useless Buttons [ Bulle ]
1 Websites are places. They provide services and social environments. Like architecture, they distribute access and atmospheric context to these resources: Watching a video on Nowness is different from watching a video on YouTube.
2 Websites are inherently public. Architecture is by nature a public discipline. Both buildings and websites are built realities. They are part of the fabric of societies that are now both physical and virtual.
3 Websites are inhabited. They become part of societies through the interactions they enable. They are homes to communities, to thoughts and approaches. They may be privately owned and operated, but inhabited and used by the public. As buildings, websites are where we spend our lives.
4 Websites are local, despite their distributed nature. Websites adhere to culturally established patterns, languages and user expectations in similar ways architecture does. Buying an onigiri from a 7-11 branch is different from buying a pretzel from a Bavarian bakery.
Welcome to the Old Internet Again !
. an other one .
2009 - 2011
"HEXEN 2.0 looks into histories of scientific research behind government programmes of mass control, investigating parallel histories of countercultural and grass roots movements. HEXEN 2.0 charts, within a framework of post-WWII U.S. governmental and military imperatives, the coming together of scientific and social sciences through the development of cybernetics, the history of the internet, the rise of Web 2.0 and increased intelligence gathering, and implications for the future of new systems of societal manipulation towards a control society."
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