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----------------- Taka Iimura - Ma Space Time in the Garden of Ryoan-Ji
----------------- Roland Kayn - Rosonic
----------------- We clamor for the right to opacity for everyone [Édouard Glissant]



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Leftfield tools/tactics

-- Warchalking
-- Mesh networking
- Meshnet activists rebuilding the internet from scratch
- Pedro G. C. Oliveira, Xuedi Chen - Backlash kit
- Might Cuba's street net, SNET, become legitimate?
- Could Street Net, the largest private data network in Cuba, disappear?
-- Gambiarra: repair culture by Felipe Fonseca
-- Ignored By Big Telecom, Detroit's Marginalized Communities Are Building Their Own Internet
-- hyperreadings
-- USB dead drop
-- Low-tech Magazine
-- Richard Vijgen - Architecture of Radio
-- Xnet
-- Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev - Newstweek
-- El Paquete Semanal
-- !Mediengruppe Bitnik - Opera Calling
-- Fawkes: Protecting Privacy against Unauthorized Deep Learning Models by Shawn Shan, Emily Wenger, Jiayun Zhang, Huiying Li, Haitao Zheng, Ben Y. Zhao [src: Bruce Schneier ]
-- Control LED lights over internet with command line
-- Ernesto Oroza - Architecture of Necessity
-- LAG [hacklab . Amsterdam]
-- FutureEverything
-- Lowtech [Manifesto ]
-- Access Space
-- LibraryBox
-- PirateBox
-- Anyfesto
-- EFF: Tell Us How You Want to Modify and Repair the Devices in Your Life
-- laptop >> telegraph key
-- Jan Robert Leegte - Portrait of a web server

Cuba's DIY Inventions from 30 Years of Isolation
- Ernesto Oroza - Technological Disobedience: From the Revolution to
- Safecast
- HSBXL // Hackerspace Brussels
- Riseup: MAC Address
- Telecomix
- flattr
- SNET // Street Net [Cuba]
- P-kassan



_ Networking tutorial
_ Bit slip
_ Manchester code
_ 10Base-T // Ethernet over twisted pair
_ HDLC // High-Level Data Link Control
_ Bit stuffing
_ Middleware


_ How can I find my Pi's external (public) IP address?
_ Port forwarding
_ Documentation -
_ A Sample tinc Setup - wikileaks
_ Howto - linode
_ Tinc
_ Simplify systemd service file -- Git


_ PCB Toner Transfer /No Heat/ & Etching
_ How To Make a PCB using Ferric Chloride and Maker pen
_ Heatless Toner Transfer for PCB
_ DIY home-made SMT metal stencil
_ Stenciling Tutorial


_ Python Crash Course
_ Automate the Boring Stuff with Python


__ Alexander R. Galloway, Eugene Thacker - Notes for a Liberated Computer Language
__ Judy Wajcman - Feminism Confronts Technology
__ Victor Viña - DIY in Context: From Bricolage to Jugaad
__ Ruha Benjamin - Race After Technology [Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code]
__ William Powell - The Anarchist Cookbook
__ Ingrid Burrington - Networks of New York [An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure]
__ Keller Easterling - Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space
__ Abigail Z. Jacobs, Michaelanne Dye - Internet-human infrastructures: Lessons from Havana's StreetNet
__ Domenico Quaranta, Geraldine Juárez - The F.A.T. manual
__ Why (and How) Networks Should Run ThemselvesNick Feamster and Jennifer Rexford
__ Critical Engineering
__ Mindy Seu - PDF Library //
__ Mindy Seu - Queer OS //
__ Hakim Bey - T.A.Z. The Temporary Autonomous Zone
__ Jeffrey Paul - Your Computer Isn't Yours
__ Erich Fromm - Escape from Freedom
__ Technological Sovereignty, Vol. 2 [via Sandra]
__ Andrea Sick, Claudia Reiche - Technics of Cyber ‹ › Feminism. ‹mode=message›
__ Siegfried Zielinski - [...After the Media]
__ Alessandro Ludovico - Post-Digital Print
__ Yiannis Colakides, Marc Garrett, Inte Gloerich - State Machines
__ Taeyoon Choi - Poetic Computation [Reader]
__ Frank Pasquale - From Territorial to Functional Sovereignty: The Case of Amazon
__ Loes Bogers and Letizia Chiappini - The Critical Makers Reader: (Un)Learning Technology
__ Paul Virilio - The Aesthetics of Disappearance
__ Mark Fisher - Capitalist Realism
__ Shannon Mattern - Extract and Preserve [Underground Repositories for a Posthuman Future?]
__ Alex Williams and Nick Srnicek - Inventing the Future
__ Deep Lab
__ Josephine Bosma, Geert Lovink et al. - Readme! Filtered by Nettime: ASCII Culture and the Revenge of Knowledge
__ Eric Schrijver - Copy This Book: An Artist's Guide to Copyright
__ Fredric Jameson - The Political Unconscious
__ L. M. Sacasas - One Does Not Simply Add Ethics To Technology
__ Feminist Data Manifest-No [A declaration of refusal and commitment. It refuses harmful data regimes and commits to new data futures]
__ Anja Kanngieser - Experimental Politics and the Making of Worlds
__ Ken Isaacs - How to build your own living structures
__ Philip K. Dick - How to Build a Universe that Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later
__ Stevphen Shukaitis - Combination Acts Notes on Collective Practice in the Undercommons
__ Tiziana Terranova - Network culture
__ Audre Lorde - The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master's House
__ Zach Blas & Micha Carde - Imaginary Computational Systems: Queer Technologies and Transreal Aesthetics & Gay Bombs [user's manual]
__ Critical Art Ensemble - Electronic Civil Disobedience
__ Brian Holmes - The Revenge of the Concept: Artistic Exchanges, Networked Resistance
__ Lauren Berlant - The commons: Infrastructures for troubling times [via Femke]
__ Noah Tsika - CompuQueer: Protocological Constraints, Algorithmic Streamlining, and the Search for Queer Methods Online
__ Anna Everett - Digital Diaspora: A Race for Cyberspace
__ Clemens Apprich - Technotopia
__ Race after the Internet - Edited by Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White
__ Langdon Winner - The Whale and the Reactor: A Search for Limits in an Age of High Technology
__ Tim Maughan - Infinite Detail
__ Alex Gekker, Sam Hind - Infrastructural Surveillance
__ Zach Blas - Contra-Internet
__ Pirate Care [syllabus & library]
__ Vannevar Bush - As We May Think
__ Roel Roscam Abbing & Dennis de Bel - R&D: A Low-end Rich Media Publication
__ Édouard Glissant - Poetics of Relation
__ Walter D. Mignolo - On Pluriversality and Multipolar World Order: Decoloniality after Decolonization; Dewesternization after the Cold War
__ Nancy N. Chen - "Speaking Nearby": A Conversation With Trinh T. Minh-Ha

~ Charlton McIlwain - Black Software // Data & Society
~ Ursula Franklin - The Real World of Technology

//: Mindy Seu - Cyberfeminism index

Erkki Kurenniemi : The Future Is Not What It Used to Be [Mika Taanila]
Technology won't take control as long as man can misuse it
Unknown Fields - Rare Earthenware
⯐ CCCB // TI
Ingrid Burrington : "Frustration at the idea of how to look at something, look at a complex system, and look at power without creating a way for power to further justify its existence, how can you look at something without it being reabsorbed back in." ][ Thomas Pynchon - The Crying of Lot 49
Zach Blas : We clamor for the right to opacity for everyone -- Édouard Glissant ][ Zapatistas < Re:collectivization of masks ][ 1845 anti-mask law in USA and 2012 Bill C-309, Canada's Concealment of Identity Act ][ Internet shut-downs: Myanmar 2007, Egypt 2011, Turkey 2014 ][ Paranode ][ Paul Baran's network diagram ][ Xnet


SIGINT // Signals intelligence
SMB // Server Message Block



› Gambiarra
Hybrid Spaces. Interview with Panayotis Antoniadis
The BitTorrent Protocol Specification
Circuit Playground Express
Setting up a wireless hotspot using TP-Link TL-MR3020 Wireless N Router
Circular economy is an economic system aimed at eliminating waste and the continual use of resources. Circular systems employ reuse, sharing, repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing and recycling to create a closed-loop system, minimising the use of resource inputs and the creation of waste, pollution and carbon emissions.
› Walter D. Mignolo - On Pluriversality and Multipolar World Order: Decoloniality after Decolonization; Dewesternization after the Cold War
› Nancy N. Chen - "Speaking Nearby": A Conversation With Trinh T. Minh-Ha
› Diskarte
Donald Knuth / LaTeX
I had a couple drinks and woke up with 1,000 nerds
SDF Public Access Unix System
Repair Acts
Christoph Haag
How I Stopped to Learn Programming and Love the Bash
The Lost Civilization of Dial-Up Bulletin Board Systems
Telnet BBS Guide