Unexpected Learnings From Coding Artwork Every Day For Five Years — Smashing Magazine In projects like this, the art you create doesn’t have to be written from scratch every time. Iteration is the key to creation. In the first year the daily exploration was wide-ranging. In the mornings I would think about what I could make that day, sometimes reminiscing, reflecting on previous sketches. Other sources of inspiration would be things that would appear to me that day, which surprisingly often would be unrelated to code and art. Within this scope I was able to find the areas I was keen to explore further.
FOSSEE Animations | Home It’d be interesting to plot a progression of content from traditional through explorable and to see what patterns might exist for when to use which level of sophistication.
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Promisees · Courtesy of ponyfoo.com Inside Einstein’s head – an explorable explanation of relativistic spacetime The Disconnect – Issue One Please Disconnect from the Internet. This is an offline-only magazine of commentary, fiction, and poetry. Just disable your WiFi to view this issue. Rage against the machine: self-driving cars attacked by angry Californians | Technology | The Guardian The two human-on-robot assaults are not the first time San Franciscans have fought back – physically – against robots. In December, the local SPCA animal shelter removed its 400lb Knightscope security robot from the streets around its building amid backlash from residents and the homeless population who complained the robot was harassing them. While most residents simply complained about the robot’s presence, one person reportedly “put a tarp over it, knocked it over and put barbecue sauce on all the sensors”. The Wire, 10 years on: ‘We tore the cover off a city and showed the American dream was dead’ | Television & radio | The Guardian Greek tragedy for the new millennium,” with sclerotic institutions playing the role of callous, indifferent gods AllSides Bias Rating (ABR) – AllSides –ripe for all kinds of issues The AllSides patented bias detection and display technology drives arguably the world’s most effective and up-to-date bias detection engine. It’s powered by a combination of wisdom-of-the-crowd technology […]
Three dinosaurs beheaded ‘with angle grinder’ at Australian museum “We went out to check it out and three of our dinosaurs here have been decapitated,” museum staffer Mitchell Seymour told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. A Web Diet: Converting WordPress Sites Over to Static Sites | Adam Croom for future archiving considerations “Adversarial perturbations” reliably trick AIs about what kind of road-sign they’re seeing / Boing Boing An “adversarial perturbation” is a change to a physical object that is deliberately designed to fool a machine-learning system into mistaking it for something else. White House Says Russia’s Hackers Are Too Good to Be Caught but NSA Partner Called Them “Morons” Put more bluntly, the Russian attacks CSE observed were “designed by geniuses” but “implemented by morons,” BBC – Future – The ghostly radio station that no one claims to run Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, for the last three-and-a-half decades, it’s been broadcasting a dull, monotonous tone. Every few seconds it’s joined by a second sound, like some ghostly ship sounding its foghorn. Then the drone continues. Once or twice a week, a man or woman will read out some words in Russian, such as “dinghy” or “farming specialist”. h/t katexic