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  • 19 2014 October

    Can You Infect The World? Wait, Am I Watching The News; Oh, It’s Just A Popular Video Game

    A Rant About An iPhone Game App Where You Win By Destroying Earth With A Deadly Virus “Can you infect the world?” ” Wipe Out Humanity” shouts the web page. Oh this isn’t the news about the Ebola virus. It’s promotion for a computer game, this week one of the top-selling

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    Ndemic, Plague Inc. Screenshot

    A Rant About An iPhone Game App Where You Win By Destroying Earth With A Deadly Virus “Can you infect the world?” ” Wipe Out Humanity” shouts the web page. Oh this isn’t the news about the Ebola virus. It’s promotion for a computer game, this week one of the top-selling

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  • 17 2014 October

    Parks and Rec Ends Pay To Play At SF Mission Soccer Field, Kids Take To City Hall, Say “Tech Bros” Are Taking Away Their “Second Home”

    by Mark Gould As reported first by Joe Kukura for SFist, the kids who were told they should leave Mission Playground’s soccer field by a group of high tech players who had paid to reserve the field took their protest to City Hall yesterday, while the City’s Parks and Rec Department

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    by Mark Gould As reported first by Joe Kukura for SFist, the kids who were told they should leave Mission Playground’s soccer field by a group of high tech players who had paid to reserve the field took their protest to City Hall yesterday, while the City’s Parks and Rec Department

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  • 14 2014 October

    SF Bay Guardian Shuts Down – Why City Residents Need to be Media Literate and Be Media Activists

    by Mark Gould After publishing and being a progressive political voice in San Francisco politics for 48 years, today, almost in the blink of an eye, The San Francisco Bay Guardian has suddenly shut down: it’s website removed, all employees let go, and what is now to be the final issue

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    by Mark Gould After publishing and being a progressive political voice in San Francisco politics for 48 years, today, almost in the blink of an eye, The San Francisco Bay Guardian has suddenly shut down: it’s website removed, all employees let go, and what is now to be the final issue

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    I’ve been working for the last few years using a combination of “creative coding” applications like Processing, thanks in part to the very large community that supports each other in the development and sharing of open source code and new media creation tools. Max/MSP, Quartz Composer and openFrameworks. Although I wrote HTML as a web designer for awhile, I’m not a coder or a programmer and have made a start in part thanks to this wonderul, sharing community and the ability to cut and paste code, tweak it until I’ve gotten satisfactory results, and combined this with more widely used […]
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    by Mark Gould It seems that the genre of generative art is both growing and becoming more sophisticated every day, and receiving a lot of attention in the art press and in related social networks. But there remains substantial confusion over the term, which I hope to do my part in helping to at least clear up some of the misconceptions and clarify just what is meant by the term and what many generative artists are doing. Needless to say this will be a broad overview and probably the first of several articles on this important genre of mostly, computer […]
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