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28 June 2023

  • 12:4512:45, 28 June 2023 diff hist +1,468 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/The Community Memory ProjectCreated page with "<pre>The designers of Community Memory would like to see a world not broken up into nation-states or corporate states, but one built upon many overlapping regions of concern: from household to neighbourhood to interest group or work group, from geographical region to globe, where decisions are made by all those affected.</pre> dreams of unmediated person-to-person communication, was this impossible before computers? a bulletin board and soapbox that anyone (but accessib..." current
  • 12:3812:38, 28 June 2023 diff hist +138 m User:Ssstephen/ReadingNo edit summary current

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  • 22:3522:35, 30 May 2023 diff hist +3,566 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/16 case-storiesCreated page with "[ in the printed copy it says source files on git but constant moved to gitlab, but the pdf is still there.] Made as part of the Libre Graphics Research Unit. <pre>dissatisfied with the shrink-wrapped relationships that proprietary software allows</pre> Is FLOSS software really more varied? I think so but a tricky thing to prove. And especially are the things that are made with it more varied? Even harder to prove..."
  • 21:3621:36, 30 May 2023 diff hist +1,837 N User:Ssstephen/cerealCreated page with " [ In literature, a serial is a printing or publishing format by which a single larger work, often a work of narrative fiction, is published in smaller, sequential instalments. The instalments are also known as numbers, parts, fascicules or fascicles, and may be released either as separate publications or within sequential issues of a periodical publication, such as..." current
  • 21:1121:11, 30 May 2023 diff hist +41 User:SsstephenNo edit summary
  • 21:0421:04, 30 May 2023 diff hist +2,809 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/MusimathicsCreated page with "===Composition and Methodology (Chapter 9)=== What can composition be other than control? evol I <pre>Approaching composition [through its methodology] has the great advantage of enabling us to relate the arts and sciences, to see their similarities and differences in sharp relief.</pre> [ MUSIMAT programming language, which appears to have been written for this book. Is this like when Tolkien wrote Elvish and all those other languages. Has any..." current
  • 21:0221:02, 30 May 2023 diff hist +204 User:Ssstephen/ReadingNo edit summary

26 May 2023

  • 20:2620:26, 26 May 2023 diff hist +5,458 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/On Socialist CyberneticsCreated page with "[ from institute of network cultures] <pre>an abyss of technology’s potential for emancipatory progress</pre> <pre>ritual is the most important programming technology of the human body.</pre> Unattributed quote on [ this raar Nooscope facebook page]. [" current
  • 19:0119:01, 26 May 2023 diff hist −183 User:Ssstephen/Reading/The Green GoddessNo edit summary current
  • 18:5918:59, 26 May 2023 diff hist +1,489 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/Nature Study NotesCreated page with "[ composed] The composer. The designer. The author. The commander. The speaker. Most of these scores are written as imperatives. Except <pre>Six deep breaths......</pre> I'm doing it anyway, three breaths in. Three more. Typographically its a nice one. Punctus. Punctus. Punctus. Punctus. Punctus. Punctus. Deep breaths, it's over...... <pre>You dont have to be a scientist to do experiments.</pre> Jeffrey Lee Lewis. This isnt a r..." current
  • 18:4018:40, 26 May 2023 diff hist +1,189 N User:Ssstephen/Reading/The Green GoddessCreated page with "[ hermetically open] What is my relationship with rules? <pre>For here was the headquarters of no common man — no less than a real pirate — of Captain Lafitte, who not only robbed his neighbors, but defended them against invasion.</pre> <pre>The barrier between divine and human things is frail but inviolable; the artist and the bourgeois are only divided by a point of view. “A hair divid..."
  • 18:2418:24, 26 May 2023 diff hist +238 User:Ssstephen/ReadingNo edit summary

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