WORDS AND PICTURES.: On connectedness, justice,... →
Looking around my bedroom I see things, furniture, clothes, books, electronics, mass-produced things, and some homemade things. We all have and use this stuff. And it takes teams of people to create each of these things and get them to you. I wear a scarf that my little sister made for me. She… When I was an English Major some of my best papers not only started as rants….they...
Amazon.com: Optoma EP-PK-101 PICO Pocket... →
May be experimenting with something along these lines and my iPod Touch.
Tonight. Meeting about upcoming music performance. Involves this gentleman. http://vimeo.com/7729559
airform archives →
Project by Steve Roden.
Synthetic Aesthetics - Participate →
Robert Reich: The Enthusiasm Gap →
I had dinner the other night with a Democratic pollster who told me Dems are heading toward next fall’s mid-term elections with a serious enthusiasm gap: The Republican base is fired up. The Dem base is packing up. The Dem base is lethargic because congressional Democrats continue to…
I think schools generally do an effective and terribly damaging job of teaching...– Seymour Papert (via robertogreco) (via bettyann)
WE THINK > WE MAKE > WE LEARN →
One of my colleagues at VCU does this blog about sound, art, and technical odds and ends.
Disquiet » Quote of the Week: Avoiding iPad Bloat →
Some of my own thoughts concerning the iPad’s advantages for current music apps are totally in line with this post.
There is an interesting interaction going on between developing tools and...– Create Digital Music » A Conversation with Robert Henke: Silence, Technology, and Process (via internetsnorkelwithzachrose)
panoptic: A studio is a place of study. Use the necessity of production as an excuse to study. Everyone will benefit. (Incomplete Manifesto for Growth, Bruce Mau Design)
The Murder of Crows - 2008 on Vimeo (via Vimeo) Johnston Foster told me to look into this installation by Janet Cardiff. Just came across this very interesting documentation. You can really tell that this is the work of seasoned vets.
List of the Best iPhone Augmented Reality Apps |... →
When you take the free will out of education, that turns it into schooling.” -...– Facebook | IDEA: The Institute for Democratic Education in America (via adventuresinlearning)
That’s the only purpose of any form of art: that it adds something to people’s...– — Francesco Bonami (via artnotartnot) (via tobia) (via earlyfrost)
The productivity revolution—easy mixing, software like Logic, ProTools, and...– Paul Ford, from Six-Word Reviews of 763 SXSW Mp3s (2008) (via mikefenton)
roomthily: The Philosophy of Punk Rock Mathematics... →
Many students want teachers to “show me the steps.” They want a sequence of steps that they can perform that will give them an answer. This is not unreasonable; they know that their performance on exams, and therefore their performance on the All-Seeing Grade Point Average, is largely…
If, for instance, you think the future should offer ‘personal space flight’ …...– Bruce Sterling (via instantplasticmaybe)
NewTrend in CogSci Education: What is Cognitive... →
A class blog that looks like it will be worth following. Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary study of mind and intelligence, embracing philosophy, psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology. Its intellectual origins are in the mid-1950s when researchers in several fields began to develop theories of mind…
Reason is always a region carved out of the irrational—not sheltered from the...– Gilles Deleuze (via roseknows) (via pareidoliac)
The Power of Text →
azspot: The neuromarketing takeaway from this is that even in a highly visual medium like television, properly used text can beat commercials with amazing imagery and production values.
The Music of William Basinski →
I think I need to get the latest William Basinski CD.
NOISE & CAPITALISM →
Very interesting. Trade your art/work for the hard copy of the book. Otherwise you can download a free PDF.
Atemporality for the Creative Artist | Beyond The... →
Atemporality for the Creative Artist * By Bruce Sterling
emilyjane: Lessig #wireside chat: on fair use in K-12, “we need to teach kids to write with video just as we teach them to write with words”
Three lies we learned in school: 1. answering questions as opposed to asking...– Richard Saul Wurman (founder of TED) (via hexapod) (via prostheticknowledge)
The future is not google-able.– William Gibson, talk at A Clean Well-Lighted Place for Books, San Francisco (via samsaramotel)
Time Studio meeting at Noon before class. Practice assignment in class today. Do a magic trick utilizing stop motion. Easy stuff. Fun.
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Until Every Shape Has Found Its City…(excerpt 1) on Vimeo (via Vimeo)
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