[NetBehaviour] A local web - article from Rhizome
pallthay at gmail.com
Fri Nov 14 04:18:09 CET 2014
I have issues with thinking about any network node as a "place". To me,
physical places are static. You know where they are and there are a finite
number of ways to get there. Network nodes aren't static and the ways to
get there evolve and change constantly. Attempting to consider network
nodes as "places" suggests a complete misunderstanding of what network
nodes are and how they exist.
I'm not sure what your thoughts about web as "place" has to do with mesh
networks. You're not giving up a lot of info.
On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 7:27 PM, Rob Myers <rob at robmyers.org> wrote:
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> On 09/11/14 11:18 PM, ruth catlow wrote:
> > This is article from Adam Rothstein for Rhizome which sets out some
> > of slippages that occur between the philosophy and material reality
> > of distribution across networks, and points to a public mesh
> > network workshop and exhibition coming out of Eyebeam that thinks
> > about local networks as sites for art - nice!
> That's awesome. And yay Armin Medosch.
> Meshnets are one of those constantly just around the corner
> technologies. The software and hardware are still being developed, and
> even the mathematics is a challenge (how do we get a mesh *internet*
> connecting local networks without simply swamping intermediate
> conenctions or tying them back to the corporate cable backbones?).
> There's a lot of knowledge out there (I attended a meeting in
> Vancouver recently where meshnet newbies were talking to a more
> experienced meshnetter and finding out what the possibilities and
> issues are), hopefully it will survive being theorised. ;-)
> was a Rhizome-sponsored project. It's similar to the
> Piratebox. The little routers they use are very cheap, about 20 quid,
> and it's a fun excercise to make a single-node wireless network.
> - - Rob.
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