[NetBehaviour] .jpg final stuff
rich at counterwork.co.uk
Fri Jul 22 20:20:03 CEST 2005
I'm just in the process of updating the .jpg project page. making it
more post-residency and adding links to the list archive etc...
I'm changing the link and embed sim's bcast in an html page.
thanks for all the response.
From: netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org
[mailto:netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org] On Behalf Of Stefan
Sent: 22 July 2005 19:16
To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] .jpg final report
1) sorry, fixed (and some more spell errors)
does this work better ? Again you can set w and h for your needs.You
use it in a new window for example.
I like Firefox but handlig flash is reall crap i must say. I didn´t
to install the plugin and gave up... i think thats the reason why i
use tabbed maxthon with iexplorer. simply works better.
3) it all goes to rich and you who contibuted :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "clemos" <cl3mos at gmail.com>
To: "NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity"
<netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 7:01 PM
Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] .jpg final report
> hi all hi rich
> I actually do have 3 remarks :
> 1) I'm not on 00.jpg ! I did participate ! well, ok my contribution
> may have been a piece of crap, but anyway ...
> 2) on http://www.counterwork.co.uk/jpg/index.htm , I advise you change
> the link to sim's megamix so that that it opens a html page that
> contains the .swf in an <embed>, rather that opening directly the .swf
> in a popup. I think it's always better to do so for flash files,
> because here (it should be due to a firefox+flash plugin
> misconfiguration, but anyway...), the popup opens, and then another
> window opens asking if I want to save it to the disk or open it with
> Flash Player or something (as if it was a .exe file or any other
> unkonwn file actually)... it's a bit annoying, I suppose it's not a
> thing you want to happen, and I think it's something you can avoid it
> easily by systematically displaying flash files into html pages ...
> 3) it's really a nice piece of work :)
> On 7/21/05, Stefan Immelmann-Winter <sim.winter at soy.de> wrote:
>> Hi all, Hi rich(art)
>> .jpc bcast title included... did i miss someome? please check 00.jpg
>> and tell me.
>> Direct access to swf:
>> code your website
>> (alter w and h to your needs so can even add a small version like 280
>> or a true rich media button
>> Still featuring .jpg on http://www.i-mem.net
>> best sim.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "rich white" <rich at counterwork.co.uk>
>> To: "netbehaviour" <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 10:33 PM
>> Subject: [NetBehaviour] .jpg final report
>> > hello all
>> > just a few thoughts to sign off:
>> > I learned a few things during the residency. a few about drawing
>> > with the mouse - it's tricky. I'm pretty pleased with the results,
>> > but not entirely convinced. the final image was, for me, a bit of a
>> > disappointment (probably due to it being the last one, therefore
>> > adding more pressure for it to be good). I
>> > ran out of time working on it this morning (9am deadline). no
>> > really. alberto guedea's submission completely threw me too. I wish
>> > he'd
>> > submitted more work earlier, it was really challenging. take a look
>> > his site: http://a--g.com/18/. really uncompromising, brash digital
>> > additions to photographs.
>> > I was pleased to provoke such disparate responses from people,
>> > although I think I would actually prefere it if people said exactly
>> > what they felt, even if it was by mistake leon;-) seriously though,
>> > leon's comment was honest, which is what I wanted.
>> > I found the debate around whether this was a collaboration or not a
>> > little irrelevent. we could argue the semantics of this for ages
>> > this seemed to be avoiding actually discussing the work. what I
>> > to know was 'is this a good drawing?' (and discuss what ever that
>> > means).
>> > with this project I was tyring to challenge myself with a task that
>> > I
>> > am
>> > not used to - namely drawing using my computer and producing such a
>> > drawing a day. added to this was the challege of using whatever was
>> > posted to the list in response to the previous days drawing. I
>> > this was successful. I was challenged. it was tough. even if you
>> > the end results are so-so. artists should be challenged, otherwise
>> > become complacent.
>> > one possible idea that occurred to me as a spin-off from this
>> > project would be to have a permanent netbehaviour image posting - a
>> > constantly changing image that keeps being altered and reposted by
>> > list members. somebody could archive it somehow, or just let it
>> > drift and change and disappear - always in flux... something to
>> > think about?
>> > favourite submissions included:
>> > michael szpakowski's paint by numbers 15.07.05 and real-world
>> > painting 13.07.05 dion laurent's barcode 08.07.05
>> > ruth catlow's tv mix 11.07.05
>> > david rogerson's barry cryer 12.07.05
>> > anything by lo_y
>> > alberto guedea's twisted sister 20.07.05
>> > anything by ana carvalho
>> > special mention to joachim and marc for their inventive use of
>> > people's submissions and lawrence upton for bookending the project.
>> > plus
>> > sim's bcast.
>> > please don't be offended if I missed you out there. all submissions
>> > were
>> > gratefully received and always a surprise.
>> > thanks once more to everyone that took the time and effort to
>> > participate
>> > I hope everyone enjoyed the 'amusing game'. I think it's important
>> > to remember that art does not have to be so serious all the time.
>> > rich
>> > http://www.counterwork.co.uk
>> > 07812444612
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