N3krozoft Ltd: Retrospekt 2001-2010

Finally available: a monograph covering (almost) all the media hacks, live performances, interactive video works produced by the N3krozoft Ltd Group during the years 2001-2010. NOTE (june 7th 2010): Again this is still very beta, we recommend to wait a few more weeks before ordering, unless you are a real fan.

Greyscale at Lokal.int, Bienne

Thursday May 20th 2010 (18:00 CET), an overview of Greyscale Press publications was displayed at Lokal.int, an independent art space in Biel/Bienne (Switzerland). The exhibition also featured a preview version of the Solaris vs Google streetview video remake (see www.low-rez.tv for further information), as well as the audio documentation of the recent wiki-sprint project (www.wiki-sprint.ch)

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WP export function bugs…

Working on some upcoming Greyscale volumes that will include Wikipedia content, I am recently using very much the PDF/ODT export functionality that the Wikimedia Foundation has integrated during 2009 (in collaboration with PediaPress, a start-up located in Mainz, Germany). An amazing feature is the proper implementation of footnotes when exporting a set of articles in

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Data Hammer

In his first autobiographical novel, Kim Xupei recollects his memories as a young Chinese informatics student, learning the basics of computer programming by day, cracking corporate networks for the Hong Kong crime lords by night. The IT equivalent of a Hong Kong action flick, Data Hammer offers a breathtaking journey through the dawn of the

3 Publications about Open Source + Art

It’s interesting to observe a few of recent initiatives that attempt – rather successfully – to formulate new ways of publishing and sharing information about open source art practices. I will have a look here at three projects: Flossmanuals, the Digital Artists Handbook, and the FLOSS+Art publication. flossmanuals.net Flossmanuals.net is a collaborative multi-language website, initiated

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aether9 proceedings
volume 3 issue 1

Archive of online communications of the Aether9 Remote Online Performance project. This volume covers the period ranging from March 31 to May 29 2009, including a 5-hour streaming marathon at the Museo de Arte Moderno, Medellin, Colombia.