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Tuesday, March 03, 2015 - 10:10 AM
"A SHORT GUIDE"
A Short Guide to the Digital Humanities [Open Access]. 2012. MIT Press (pp. 121–136).
Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Peter lunenfeld, Todd Presner, & Jeffrey Schnapp.
Digital_Humanities [Open Access]. 2012. MIT Press (pp. i-x and 1-141.
Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Peter lunenfeld, Todd Presner, & Jeffrey Schnapp.
Cover: Jeremy Eichenbaum. Image: 9780262018470.jpg, JPG circa 2012. MIT Press
Tuesday, March 03, 2009 - 12:00 AM
"THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES MANIFESTO 2.0"
Meta-Manifesto : June 16, 2009 : In Development
Thursday, October 23, 2008 - 10:20 AM
manage • track • update
social networks • friends • photos • sharing
blog editor • webmail • favorites • search
detect • drag-n-drop • subscribe • media • feeds • reader • more
As of 2010, Flock is based on Chromium,
utilizing the WebKit rendering engine.
easier • faster • safer • free • open source
Friday, February 29, 2008 - 03:40 AM
"Loops got its name from the circular movements Merce could do with his wrists . . . sometimes Merce set the order of the Loops sections by chance operations . . . The 2008 version [an abstract digital portrait of Merce Cunningham that runs in real time and never repeats] is open source, part of the Loops Preservation Project. The project addresses cultural memory as endangered by the computer age — an age that perhaps offers a solution . . ." - The OpenEnded Group
". . . we’re trying to change the eco-system of digital art and performance . . . how digital art is taught and thought about . . . the very thing that we are trying to address in this “preservation project”: that is preservation itself . . . what if performance (or installation) of an artwork counted as distribution?" - The OpenEnded Group
"Loops is opened up completely"
"Loops" by Merce Cunningham
solo dance choreography : CC 3.0 license
"Loops" by OpenEnded Group
digital artwork : GPL license, v3
"FIELD" by OpenEnded Group
development environment : GPL license, v3
Wednesday, August 08, 2007 - 04:43 PM
Archive: JAN 2007: darrenbarefoot.com
Creative Commons License
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"Symposium on Creativity"
"Why Creativity Matters", Aug 2007
Larry Johnson, CEO, The New Media Consortium (NMC)
NMC Creative Commons License
Post-New Silent Gen...
Sunday, January 14, 2007 - 10:24 PM
Blogs: From CounterCulture to CyberCulture to WorldChanging to Customized Courses... news @ infinitum [[UPDATED]]
Wednesday, October 25, 2006 - 05:08 PM
-StewBrand, The First Hackers' Conference, circa 1984
"At some level, the expression does carry the moral judgement that
"Information should be free": the idea that access to information and
knowledge should not necessitate a class war,
that such access is a basic human right,
and, as technology improves, the whole of humanity
should be able to partake in its gifts and services."
- Wikipedia, circa 2006
(All text is available under the terms of
the GNU Free Documentation License)
From MURL Seminar Archive, Stanford, CA
--- circa 2003 ---
From Counterculture To Cyberculture: How The Whole
Earth Catalog Brought Us "Virtual Community."
--- circa 2005 ---
Where the Counterculture Met the New Economy: Revisiting
the WELL and the Origins of Virtual Community.
--- circa 2006 ---
From Counterculture to Cyberculture: StewBrand, the Whole
Earth Network and the Rise of Digital Utopianism.
INTRO | EXCERPT **
Synchronisticly, Worldchanging: The Book is being made available NOW!
--- circa late 2006 ---
From The Legacy of the Whole Earth Catalog
Stanford University Libraries & Department of Communication
INVITE | VIDEO
"Leading a Double Life" 10/25/2006
From the Berkman Center at Harvard University.
Their mission is to explore and understand cyberspace,
its development, dynamics, norms, standards,
and need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions.
They are a research center, premised on the observation
that what we seek to learn is not already recorded.
Their method is to build out into cyberspace,
record data as we go, self-study, and publish.
Their mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.
From Counterculture to Cyberculture:
The Rise of Digital Utopianism
MP3 AUDIO | MP4 VIDEO
By Fred Turner [FredTurner]
Department of Communication, Stanford University
--- circa 2007 ---
University of California at Berkeley, School of Information
Howard Rheingold/Qiang Xiao
Participatory Media / Collective Action
Part I: Participatory Media and Theory of Networks
Part II: Communication, Media and Cyberpower
Part III: Networked Activism
"...Instructors and students will discuss finalizing the wiki
we have contructed over the previous ten weeks and publishing it
as a public resource on collective action and participatory media.
We'll discuss how to maintain and grow this resource in the future.
We will speculate about future possibilities, given the technologies,
social forces, and cultural trends discussed during previous weeks,
and about ways in which media can be used to strengthen democracy,
advance human freedom and dignity, and enable sustainable development."
The National Autonomous University of Mexico
Cyberculture and Cybercultur@&lt;/b>
"emphasize three directions of meaning
from the elements that compose the neologism:
the Greek prefix “Κψβερ” (cyber),
the Latin word “cultur”,
and I will take analogically
the spiral form of the sign @...
- Jorge A. González, Professor, Latin American Media
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
FlowTV, Vol.5, April 20, 2007
Monday, July 03, 2006 - 07:06 PM
Ubuntu is a desktop-oriented Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support (Debian GNU/Linux). Ubuntu use only free software to provide an up-to-date yet stable operating system for the average user, and available to you free of charge. P.S. Cory Doctorow-- just switched from Mac to Ubuntu.
•Well Known Techies Switching from Mac to Ubuntu (kairosnews)
• Switch to Ubuntu (apress)
Ubuntu is a free, open source operating system that starts with the breadth of Debian and adds regular releases (every six months), a clear focus on the user and usability (it should "Just Work", TM) and a commitment to security updates with 18 months of support for every release. Ubuntu ships with the latest Gnome release as well as a selection of server and desktop software that makes for a comfortable desktop experience off a single installation CD.
The following list covers some of the software components included as part of version 6.06 of the Ubuntu Desktop. Much of it (such as GIMP, OpenOffice.org and Firefox) is considered standard software for the free desktop (see Examples of Free Software).
* GNOME desktop environment and accessories
* Gedit text editor
* GIMP image editor
* Firefox web browser
* Gaim instant messenger
* Evolution email and personal information manager (PIM)
* OpenOffice.org office suite
* Synaptic software package manager
* Totem movie player
* Rhythmbox music player
Most other free software can be obtained from the package repositories through Synaptic or the simplified Add/Remove Programs utility.
Edubuntu is a GNU/Linux distribution designed for use in classrooms, it's also Free in the sense of giving you rights of Software Freedom.
Edubuntu has been developed in collaboration with teachers and technologists in multiple nations worldwide. The primary goal of Edubuntu is for an educator with limited technical knowledge and skill to be able to set up a computer lab, or establish an on-line learning environment, in an hour or less, and then administer that environment without having to have much knowledge on the subject.
Friday, October 07, 2005 - 03:19 AM
Richard Davidson, a neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin has used fMRI and electroencephalography (EEG) to image the brains of six Buddhist monks, during and outside of meditation. When Davidson asked the monks to induce a state of compassion in themselves, they showed a much greater shift toward left frontal brain activity than subjects untrained in meditation. A new project, OpenEEG helps to give resources to create low cost EEG devices and free software (GPL licensed) to go with it.
Sunday, July 17, 2005 - 02:25 PM
The Open Source Lab at Oregon State University exists to help accelerate the adoption of open source software across the globe and aid the community that develops and uses it. The OSL's students and full-time staff do this by focusing on software development as well as hosting the world's largest open source projects.