Tag Archives: Bruce Sterling

The Afterglow of Kilobyte Age Art

I came across the keynote presentation Bruce Sterling delivered at the transmediale conference wherein he discusses the afterglow of internet rubbish that is the basis of some of the most interesting digital art of our moment. His talk ranged far … Continue reading

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What do Bruce Sterling, Twitter, Emily Dickinson, and the bava have in common?

They’re all recommendations in this week’s New York Times Magazine. As you can see the bava keeps only the best of company 🙂 More seriously, I’m really not sure how or why the hell this happened, but I find it … Continue reading

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Connectivity as poverty

Image credit: Mike Rohde’s “SXSWi 2009: Sketchnotes: Connectivity = Poverty” I have to say that it’s a crime that the audio of Bruce Sterling’s rant at this year’s SXSW Interactive hasn’t been posted online yet. it was one of the … Continue reading

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