Month: June 2005

Processing on PowerPC Linux Howto

Processing on PowerPC Linux: Technorati Tags: generative art, hacking


Lemonodor notes the latest version of a Scheme-based livecoding environment: fluxus I’ve read Lemonodor for ages, and followed the development of fluxus for a while. Synergy. 🙂 Technorati Tags: free software, generative art, hacking

PIC Tetris

A video game on a PIC, via make: PIC-Tetris Technorati Tags: generative art, graphics, hacking

Notes Towards Free Culture

Tattoo someone’s body, get ownership of it via copyright. Well, the image of the tattoos anyway: David Beckham in tattoo fight Technorati Tags: free culture

Blog From The iCommons Conference

Via the cc-uk list. Some weird “Open” ideology followed by… Blog from the iCommons conference They’ve been discussing moral rights, collecting societies, and other hot topics. Plus photos from the event: Did they really throw Lessig in a fountain???

Free Formats Are Not Enough

Free formats are not enough. Proprietary packages that export Free formats may do so poorly, leaving the output corrupt or incomplete. The code cannot be fixed except by the authors, who may be unable or unwilling to do so. Proprietary

Creative Commons, Reform Organization

“Free legal tools to help you build your own copyright.” Creative Commons are a reform organization. They are not the people’s revolutionary intellectual property liberation front, nor are they the committee for unlimited commercial exploitation of the public domain. As

Tom Moody On ‘San Jose’ (Shoutback Pong)

Tom had some kind words for my series ‘San Jose’: Shoutbacks and mentions Ryan McGinness and Anton Vidokle . Neither of whom I’d heard of, and both of whom are very good. Ryan in particular offers the challenge of more

Yes and Yes

Jon Phillips on Delete! (is that really not a hoax?) and why open source is more art than art about open source is: Technorati Tags: aesthetics, art, free culture, free software, hacking, philosophy

USB Adaptor For Atari Joysticks

Via make: If you need more inputs, do what we used to do at the CEA and use a cheap keyboard… Technorati Tags: hacking, hardware