Funware: Wendy Chun and Andrew Lison – So Fun It’s Not

This series of reports on the Software Fun (Funware) symposium held on November 27, 2010 at Baltan Laboratories were commissioned by Baltan and MU. Part 2 in a short series on the Software and Fun (Funware) symposium at Baltan Labs. Wendy Chun and Andrew Lison talked about the slippery boundary between fun and obsession in programming.… Read more Funware: Wendy Chun and Andrew Lison – So Fun It’s Not

Funware: Michael Murtaugh – Do (Not) Repeat Yourself

This series of reports on the Software Fun (Funware) symposium held on November 27, 2010 at Baltan Laboratories were commissioned by Baltan and MU. The Software Fun (Funware) symposium held on November 27, 2010 at Baltan Laboratories is part of a larger series of activities. The symposium was organized to present papers in progress on the… Read more Funware: Michael Murtaugh – Do (Not) Repeat Yourself

Beyond Privacy: Siva Vaidhyanathan on the Hubris of Google

Introduction by Geert Lovink Google Research What is the current state of Google research? The first phase of Google research mainly dealt with the mystery of the algorithm and Google’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Google has since grown into a multi-faceted corporation which requires a move beyond the first phase. The second phase… Read more Beyond Privacy: Siva Vaidhyanathan on the Hubris of Google

Constant Dullaart’s Romantic Software Dialect opening

Last weekend was the opening of Constant Dullaart’s solo exhibition titled Romantic Software Dialect. With a previous exhibition “on the changes that the digital age has brought about in the medium of photography”1 in FOAM, Photography Museum Amsterdam, this is not his first expo where software aesthetics are caught on print. As such, on their… Read more Constant Dullaart’s Romantic Software Dialect opening

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