What I've been listening to this week: Rafael Anton Irisarri (9), Moss Covered Technology (8), Visionary Hours (7)

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Reclaiming Work: The Cycle Couriers Subverting The Gig Economy

invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=

Featuring some great hackers who work on the libre software:

coopcycle.org/fr/

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Facebook is the worst. They spy on you wherever you are and they try to lock you in.

Which is why it's so alarming that Facebook is going to buy Giphy for $400m.

theverge.com/2020/5/15/2126065

Giphy isn't just a repository for cute gifs. They're the service that inserts cute gifs when you use Twitter, Tinder, Slack and Imessage. That means that an acquisition of Giphy is a means for Facebook to spy on you while you use all those rival products.

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@christa have you or anyone else witten anything about how Logic gets published? It is such a joy to receive an issue in the mail--so thank you for your work on it!

logicmag.io/

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Today, we're releasing the full text of THE MAKING OF THE TECH WORKER MOVEMENT by @bentarnoff@twitter.com, a ~50 page zine that tells the story of how the tech worker movement was made, and how it remade the people who participated in it. logicmag.io/the-making-of-the-

What I've been listening to this week: A Winged Victory for the Sullen (28), Jóhann Jóhannsson (16), The Fall (16)

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What I've been listening to this week: David Bowie (15), Norihito Suda + Stijn Hüwels (12), Lee Anthony Norris & Porya Hatami (10)

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Is AppVeyor still the preferred tool for building Electron apps for Windows, when you don't have Windows?

What I've been listening to this week: New Order (15), R Beny (11), Frederik Valentin & Loke Rahbek (8)

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What I've been listening to this week: Seabuckthorn (63), mute forest (20), Peter Gabriel (11)

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Here is a 1-hour video where I walk you through how to use HyperCard and HyperTalk to make interactive stuff! (I don't discuss how to get an emulator set up, sorry) #hyperjam

youtube.com/watch?v=8HLy57P-La

What I've been listening to this week: Federico Durand (36), Halftribe (22), Carla dal Forno (8)

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I wrote up some notes about work that is being done to archive the COVID-19 web, and ways that sites like Pinboard and Redfit could help.

inkdroid.org/2020/03/21/covid1

One thing that became clear in the middle of writing it is that while Jupyter notebooks are often thought of as datavis tools, they could also have a role to play in documenting how web archives are being assembled.

What I've been listening to this week: Andrew Weathers (27), Federico Durand (23), The Green Kingdom (12)

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What I've been listening to this week: Four Tet (12), Michael Grigoni & Stephen Vitiello (10), Hidden Valley Logging Company (6)

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@andrewjbtw I don't suppose you would have any insider way to figure out if some of the materials linked from here to Stanfor'd Box still are available?

library.stanford.edu/projects/

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