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Internet Cartography
This map by John Matherly visualizes where all the devices connected to the internet are in the world.
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Internet Cartography

This map by John Matherly visualizes where all the devices connected to the internet are in the world.

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Aug 27

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Aug 13

Mozfest 2014: Call for Artists, Technologists and Curators
Announcement for participation in ‘Art & Culture of the Web' organized by codekatblog and Paula Le Dieu for a Mozilla event in London. Based around the idea of ‘networked art’, I’m sure there is something the Tumblr community could contribute:

As the Internet becomes increasingly ubiquitous around the world, more and more web users are making the transition from consumers to creators, merging art, technology and networks to build new and surprising digital art forms with unprecedented results.
What might the combination of these experiments in theory, code and creativity — a practice we refer to as "networked art" — mean for cultural heritage organizations, artists, technologists and curators? And how might creative works inform our understandings of the open web’s key challenges, from privacy to ownership, and from identity to governance?

You can find out more at codekatblog here or at the mozfestartoftheweb Tumblr here

Mozfest 2014: Call for Artists, Technologists and Curators

Announcement for participation in ‘Art & Culture of the Web' organized by codekatblog and Paula Le Dieu for a Mozilla event in London. Based around the idea of ‘networked art’, I’m sure there is something the Tumblr community could contribute:

As the Internet becomes increasingly ubiquitous around the world, more and more web users are making the transition from consumers to creators, merging art, technology and networks to build new and surprising digital art forms with unprecedented results.

What might the combination of these experiments in theory, code and creativity — a practice we refer to as "networked art" — mean for cultural heritage organizations, artists, technologists and curators? And how might creative works inform our understandings of the open web’s key challenges, from privacy to ownership, and from identity to governance?

You can find out more at codekatblog here or at the mozfestartoftheweb Tumblr here

(Source: blog.codekat.net)