Learning by Doing
After many, many months of effort, it is my great pleasure to announce the launch of Do projects and Nurri’s Tokyo Blues book: a Creative Commons licensed, 72-page, section-sewn paperback in a signed and numbered edition of 500.
I’ll have a lot more to say about Do, the process of book production and the ethos of professional amateurism in short order, but for now have a glance at the site and the book. We’re terribly proud of the work that has gone into this, and we hope you enjoy the result.
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- On the Master Bullshit Matrix 16 April 2016
- A brief note on “commoning” 2 April 2016
- On counter-hegemony, or: “I got it! We’ll have them write hit songs.” 24 March 2016
- Further notes on the quantified self 28 February 2016
- A timely caution from Atelier Populaire, May 1968 26 February 2016
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- Notas sobre el auto de Google – Gorditos y Bonitos on Weighing the pros and cons of driverless cars, in context
- Critical Algorithm Studies Reading List – Stratelligence on Uber, or: The technics and politics of socially corrosive mobility
- Nokia: Culture will out « Adam Greenfield’s Speedbird – josschuurmans.com (English) on Nokia: Culture will out
- Towards a MySpace Urbanism? | The Public Matters on The long here and the big now
- niaveidiot on A brief note on “commoning”