[NetBehaviour] Pure Data Workshop + FLOSS Manuals Book Sprint (info)

Medialab-Prado comunicacion difusion at medialab-prado.es
Wed Feb 17 14:58:20 CET 2010

Hi all,

Regarding the FLOSS Manuals Book Sprint in Berlin we would like to 
announce that there will also be a Translation Sprint of 2 FLOSS Manuals 
here in Medialab-Prado in Madrid from March 2 through 6. We we'll be 
collaboratively translating into Spanish *Inkscape Manual* and 
*Collaborative Futures*.
You can participate either coming to the meeting or online.

All the info here:


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> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 12:07:40 +0000
> From: info <info at furtherfield.org>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] MUSIC FOR REAL AIRPORTS.
> To: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
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> Tickets full price ?5.50, concessions ?4.50.
> MUSIC FOR REAL AIRPORTS is a unique audio and visual collaboration 
> between musicians The Black Dog and Human design studio. Music For Real 
> Airports responds to the reality of occupying the semi public space of 
> an airport - and is a contemporary reply to Brian Eno's seminal work in 
> the 70s. The Black Dog have developed the project from over 200 hours of 
> field recordings from airports in an effort to explore the ideas and 
> associations that people have with them today. Previously associated 
> with club appearances/performances, The Black Dog will now bring a new 
> live event to an art gallery environment.
> This is a world premiere event on Saturday 24 April at Millennium 
> Galleries and will then tour to art galleries around the world.
> Book your tickets online at 
> http://www.facebook.com/l/7b3ff;www.showroomworkstation.org.uk or call 
> 0114 275 7727.
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> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 12:39:46 +0000
> From: Nathan Miller <nnmiller at hotmail.co.uk>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] The Open 100
> To: <netbehaviour at netbehaviour.org>
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> The Open 100 competition allows you to nominate your top open companies/organizations/platforms in the world, celebrating the power of openness and mass collaboration. The competition was born out of the UK?s National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA) search for the world?s top 100 open innovation organizations. Now it is being opened up to you to find who the world?s best open innovators really are. You can nominate those companies you think are the best deserving to appear on the list of the best and most interesting open businesses at http://www.openbusiness.cc/category/directory/.
> You might wonder what we actually mean what we mean by open organizations? While there is no clear-cut definition of ?openness? there is undeniably a trend to democratize and de-centralize previously closed business processes as the lines between consumers and producers blur. Increasingly companies are opening up their innovation and production processes. Some are formed from the start around communities as with Face, while others are opening up their intellectual property to share with others. This promises better, faster and more efficient innovation.
> Roland Harwood of NESTA responded to the idea that open innovation is bandied around as a phrase too much, suggesting that the techniques will eventually just drop the word ?open? as it becomes more the norm. ?It?s over-hyped and has been used and misused but the trends that underpin it are only going to increase. Open innovation is being prioritized at a senior level in organizations. Leaders like its promise of creating value quicker, cheaper, faster,? said Harwood to Businessweek. ?But it?s the middle managers and heads of departments who have the responsibility for implementing this. They?re struggling for the right processes and business models and they don?t know where to start. That?s where the gap is. The strategic argument has been won; now it?s a pragmatic challenge.? The practice is always so much more difficult than the theory.
> Nominated companies for ?The Open 100? can fall into the following categories:
> Open Innovation? Crowdsourcing ? Co-creation ? Open Source Software ?Open Hardware? Open Business (includes web 2.0)
> And they will need to do some of the following?
> ? innovate products or services through communities
> ? share information for free using alternative ?open copyright models?
> ? give substantial parts of a product or service away for free
> ? operate organizationally like open source software production, but translate the model to services
> ? lowering the costs of market entry by providing tools or services, that ?open? up traditional business boundaries
> Public nomination will close on the 19th of March and the panel of judges will then choose the winner from each category. The panel of judges includes: Vic Keegan (technology correspondent Guardian), Marc Surman (director Mozilla Foundation), Roland Harwood (director Open Innovation at NESTA), David Simoes-Brown (head of Corporate Open Innovation at NESTA) and Andrew Gaule (found of the H-I Network and leader of the Network for Innovation and Strategic Growth). The winners will be announced on the 8th of April at the ?Open 4 Business? conference at NESTA and at openbusiness.cc. The winners will have the privilege of being published through NESTA and The Guardian Open Platform in the ultimate collection of open organizations; ?The Open100?. Help celebrate the benefits of openness by nominating your favourite organizations or platforms at:
> The Open 100
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> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 13:32:19 +0000
> From: marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] DVblog is 1000 today
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> Hi Michael & all,
> Happy thousandth post!
> I visit DVblog regularly, there is nothing like it. When visiting the 
> site you are guaranteed to experience  all kinds of surprises.
>  From DVblog - http://dvblog.org/ I have chosen some of my own faves, 
> that have recently been posted on there :-)
> T?1p??(|??????///? ? ? jimpunk
> http://dvblog.org/?p=5460
> Velvet Jacko ? Antonio Mendoza
> http://dvblog.org/?p=3946
> core duo riddim ? abe linkoln
> http://dvblog.org/?p=4026
> Annie Abrahams & Curt Cloninger - Double Blind
> http://dvblog.org/?p=5381
> Picot et al ? Dr Hairy & the London Hospital
> http://dvblog.org/?p=5320
> Ashley Watson - What makes for a grievable life?
> http://dvblog.org/?p=5252
> wishing all well.
> marc
>> Hi
>> today DVblog hits our thousandth post in its current incarnation.
>> Since 2005 we've been posting stuff on the deep curatorial principle that it gives us -to a greater or lesser extent- goose bumps.
>> Do come and have a look and trawl through our fascinating and extensive archive of online video art ( and..er..I dunno..um - *para* ?, *meta* ? art)
>> http://dvblog.org/
>> cheers
>> michael
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> Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 15:52:06 +0000
> From: info <info at furtherfield.org>
> Subject: [NetBehaviour] "I Avoid Places Where I?m Expected"
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> "I Avoid Places Where I?m Expected"
> February 17th - March 14th in Galzenica Gallery (Velika Gorica/Zagreb, 
> Croatia) at 7 p.m.
> Ana Belosevic, Sebastijan Dracic, Hana Miletic, Danica Mrakovic Jurcic 
> and Zlatan Vehabovic
> Artists? talk will be held at the gallery on the day of the exhibition, 
> February 17, beginning at 4.30 pm. The talk will be recorded and 
> available in audio format at http://www.posterous.com.
> ---
> The exhibition ?I Avoid Places Where I?m Expected? features young 
> artists whose work refers to the complex and unstable processes of 
> subjectivation. Whether this process is situated in the period of 
> adolescence and maturity, like in Hana Miletic?s work; or we recognize 
> it in the feeling of loneliness, understood as a certain degree of 
> social isolation, which is present in the works of Ana Belosevic and 
> Sebeastijan Dracic; or it is associated with love and friendship, as 
> seen in the works of Zlatan Vehabovic and Danica Mracevic Jurisic ? we 
> are likely to understand it as an aspect of life which has little to do 
> with the society that surrounds us. Therefore, as one of the results of 
> subjectivation, we are often inclined to perceive our identity as 
> something belonging only to us and something that is inseparable, 
> something that will, in the constant interaction with others, help us 
> negotiate more easily with others, fight for a meaning, acquire prestige 
> and keep surviving despite everything. These artists, however, suggest 
> that these intimate aspects of our lives are no longer representable 
> through traditional patters of (civil) everyday life: armchairs, 
> libraries, flower pots or pets; in other words, through private oases of 
> peace and stability. In their case, the world is constantly lurking 
> behind every bend, not giving the protagonists the freedom to isolate or 
> relax.
> ---
> Ana Belo?evi? graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 2006. 
> She has participated at a dozen solo and group exhibitions. She also 
> works as an illustrator for the publisher Algoritam based in Zagreb. 
> anabel at net.hr
> Sebastijan Dra?i? graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 
> 2006. He is currently a post-graduate student of painting at the same 
> academy. http://www.sebastijandracic.com/
> Hana Mileti? was born in Zagreb. She received a degree in Art History in 
> Brussels and also graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, 
> Belgium. Currently she works for a research project Mirage at the same 
> academy. http://www.hanamiletic.com
> Danica Mra?evi? Juri?i? is a post-graduate student at the Academy of 
> Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana (Department for Visual Communication 
> Design). In the artistic practice she uses video, photography, 
> performance and dance. Her work has been exhibited in Croatia, Italy, 
> Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary and the Czech Republic. 
> danmrak at net.hr
> Zlatan Vehabovi? graduated painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in 
> Zagreb in 2006. He is currently at a post-graduate study of painting at 
> the same academy. He has won several awards for his work and his 
> paintings are part of private collections in Croatia and abroad. 
> http://www.weakersoldier.blogspot.com
> Curators: Sanja Horvatincic, Nina Pisk, Klaudio Stefancic

Nerea García Garmendia
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