From a perspective of decreasing bandwidth usage and the environmental impact of streaming media.
I don’t know whether my individual levels of streaming are statistically significant to climate breakdown, but en masse it’s pretty big.
Now though it appears my Invidious instance is blocked anyway :/
I may need to set up anticaptcha.
"With a focus on communication and how alternative social media platforms present new challenges and opportunities for radical organising, it sheds new light on the concepts of self-organization, consensus decision making, individual autonomy and collective identity."
Really good. A bit on learning in public (through the lens of Arthur C. Clarke) and I like this idea of the Kinneavy triangle as a lifecycle of information. Narrative (I), dialogue/persuasion (focused on the you), and exposition (focused on the ‘it’).
In terms I’m familiar with right now, I’d say something like:
– narrative (I): garden
– dialogic (we): stream
– exposition (it): agora
Another art project, not necessarily reality anytime soon, but I love this as an idea and a provocation.
A fun (art?) project that is building a network of solar-powered servers that work together to host a web site. Wherever currently has the most sun takes over the hosting.
Dunno how much of these things translate from art/fun to practical use, but good for raising questions and awareness about how we power our sites.
Would be interesting to combine Solar Protocol with distributed content on something like Hyperdrive or IPFS.