I'm doing a small workshop in the arts & humanities department at my university focused on minimal computing where we are going to get people started with Beaker Browser and have a conversation about the pros/cons of owning your own data, and building trust networks.
The agenda can be found here:
If you have favorite zines or other dat sites, especially for humanists & artists I'd love to hear from you.
@edsu I guess you know abt these already, the Dat Zine Library dat://dat-zine-library.hashbase.io/, explore the p2p web with Beaker dat://taravancil.com/explore-the-p2p-web.md, Distributed Web of Care in Dat dat://distributedweb.care/, read me zine dat://d0222b1bcf7833e0708aa65ba8376aadba3f13e3025a113b10f755342b4c14d1/, music album (Destroy With Science) dat://filez.destroywithscience.com/,
@edsu personal website of Kalli Retzepi dat://99f4b9ee7f6e23089eb05242d3b180b5eda25e3ef26d2160920191f59af1b205/, Floating Swarm dat://31f852450f22d5b485eac4eb892df0cd148aa7b997894d2f82a53a231ff02faa/, peer OULIPO dat://7bb129e7889594e5ec349feffa0e3156a0b77e923d6bf20550842af230ce5923/, art project ImageNet Women dat://089fd0ccb9effab689173b94f5d43c95e122494dbfb0794334c0b135a9ab1b0e/, queer.archive.work dat://queer.hashbase.io/, Internet as a city dat://internetasacity.hashbase.io/
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