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naked on pluto by Aymeric Mansoux, Marloes de Valk & Dave Griffiths
Naked on Pluto proposes a playful yet disturbing online game world, developed with Free/ Libre Open Source Software, which parodies the insidiously invasive traits of much “social software”. The city of “Elastic Versailles” is animated by the quirky combinatorial logics of a community of fifty seven AI bots that glean Facebook data from subscribers to the game.
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A program that shares itself on a peer to peer network, and invites edits to itself.
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100.000.000 stolen pixels by Kim Asendorf
A web crawler started with 10 URLs (See first 10 in url.log) and searched HTML pages for images and hyperlinks. Each found image got downloaded and 100 pixels in a square of 10x10 were cut out of it. Each found hyperlink got stored in the cache and thereby added to the list of searchable URLs. The process repeated itself until 1.000.000 images were downloaded and 100.000.000 [...]
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Excerpts From the Chronicles of Pookie & JR by J. R. Carpenter
Excerpts from the Chronicles of Pookie & JR is a short fiction generator run by a Python script adapted (with permission) from a 1k story generators written by Nick Montfort. The generator removes all but 5-9 sentences from a sequence, eliding some of what's been written. Excerpts from the Chronicles of Pookie & JR documents J. R. [...]
[ go to project page ] by jon.satrom & bensyverson
# ____ _ _ # / ___| __ _ | |_ _ __ ___ _ __ ___ (_) ____ ___ _ __ # \___ \ / _` || __|| '__|/ _ \ | '_ ` _ \ | ||_ // _ \| '__| # ___) || (_| || |_ | | | (_) || | | | | || | / /| __/| | # |____/ \__,_| \__||_| \___/ |_| |_| |_||_|/___|\___||_| # Now with Color ANSI! # # [...]
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CodeSounding by Roberto Mannai
CodeSounding is an open source sonification framework which makes possible to hear how any existing Java program "sounds like", by assigning instruments and pitches to code statements (if, for, etc) and playing them as they are executed at runtime. In this way the flowing of execution is played as a flow of music and its rhythm changes depending on user interaction.
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Velato by Daniel Temkin
Velato is a programming language which uses MIDI files as source code: the pattern of notes determines commands. Velato offers an unusual challenge to programmer-musicians: to compose a musical piece that, in addition to expressing their aims musically, fills the constraints necessary to compile to a working Velato program. [...]
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Destroy the Web by Jose Bolanos
It’s the middle of the week- deadlines are looming, your team just lost the championship, and the taco truck just left before you could grab a quick lunch. What to do? The Firefox icon beckons to you, offering the multitude of distractions the internet has to offer– but you don’t really have the time to catch up on the news. Thankfully, you can just spend 30 seconds on Destroying The Web. [...]
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Evil by Tom Scott
This site randomly displays the private phone numbers of unsuspecting Facebook users. There are uncountable numbers of groups on Facebook called "lost my phone!!!!! need ur numbers!!!!!" or something like that. Most of them are marked as 'public', or 'visible to everyone'. A lot of folks don't understand what that means in Facebook's context — to Facebook, 'everyone' means everyone in the [...]
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How Hetero by Stockholm Pride
The theme for Stockholm Pride 2009 is [Hetero] were we focus on how heteronormativity effects the everyday life of homosexual, bisexual and transgender persons, the consequences it brings and how it effects the society as a whole. Part of the heteronormative environment is defined by how we connect specific words to norms en perceptions of how a "real" man och woman should be och behave. [...]
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you C O D E me by youandme
On-line and off-line anonymous exercises of code poetry, programming semantics, reinterpretation, daily life, all compiled to give form to human-emotional needs phenomena mediated by computers. In our desperate need to relate with each other we let machines speak for us, we use this language, human behavior concepts and expressions to define recognizable automated-computer tasks and then simplify [...]
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#twitterart by Various Authors
TwitterArt is part of an ASCII art tradition that dates back to BBS postings of the 1970's and 80's. TwitterArt, as explained by elmonte09 on : "#twitterart #tarts (Tweet ARTistS) are a growing art sub-genre. [...]
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Code Organ by DLKW
Reminiscent of some projects by software artists ca. 2005, Code Organ is getting mass exposure in 2010 via Twitter. Interesting example of software art ideas trickling out into the mainstream.
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Polishness by Ian Wojtowicz
This website encourages visitors to contemplate aspects of Polish identity by submitting two search terms to compare. Google counts the search results of each term and graphs the results as a redrawn Polish flag. This action of producing and evaluating binary terms provides a vehicle for thinking about Polish identity and stereotypes. [...]
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99 Meditations on Chords and Colors by Andreja Andric
Classical music has been created in a time when people were not acquainted with noise. The loudest sounds were thunder and church bell. Music was rare, and the sounds of musical instruments must have been refreshing and exciting in a way we can't even immagine.

Today we are constantly surrounded with sound: music in bars, supermarkets, and on our media players, traffic sounds in the street, [...]
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