August 8, 2014
Art used to be all composition, paint and sculpture: materials applied, carved and manipulated. Computing changed all that. Music is synthesized, we paint with light, sketch in code and reproduce perfectly. WeLove Digital takes a look at electronic art to see if it has any real substance. There is a glitch in the matrix: it […]
May 9, 2014
Maker Faire UK 2014 was a forum for open source thinking and featured the internet activist Cory Doctorow, who warned of the dangers of installing digital rights management (DRM) into the new version of HTML5. Hear what he had to say about DRM, spying and the death of maker culture. Cory Doctorow is an internet activist, […]
April 20, 2014
Anybody getting hot under the collar about the US National Security Agency (NSA) and Britain’s GCHQ getting all buddy buddy and exchanging everyone’s personal information and undermining the integrity of the internet, it’s time you lightened up. The agency has. I mean who couldn’t crack a smile about the news that the NSA has it’s […]
February 13, 2014
Lindsay Bramwell was a volunteer at the Moorbank Botanic Gardens in Newcastle upon Tyne. Used as a research facility by the University of Newcastle, the site lease for the gardens was not renewed in autumn 2013 leading to speculation that the greenhouses would be turned off and the facility shut down. All of the exotic […]
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