[NetBehaviour] The Hacking Manifestos
ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Thu Oct 6 11:30:15 CEST 2016
I love the web tour format - 30 seconds to soak up anything from couple
of lines of rhetoric to a website with links to ten thousand links of
It's going to be running in the background on my laptop all day today:)
It reminds me of an early web form - the web ring - It's all broken up
now but Andy Deck's Anti War Web Ring did something very similar.
Thanks for sharing this.
On 05/10/16 15:08, lauraplanagracia wrote:
> THE HACKING MANIFESTOS
> Online Exhibition Opening
> Website Seeing brings you the best virtual site-seeing experience of
> World Wide Web in a nicely curated, exclusive and weekly 5-minute
> automatic virtual tour. The tour will take you on a wonderful online
> tour, where you could enjoy the sites, admiring the scenery and moving
> to the next site.
> / Powered by arebyte /
> *The Hacking Manifestos*
> *A Compilation of The Hackers Manifestos Of The 20th And 21st Century*
> *Curated by Laura Netz / laura at netzzz.net / http://netzzz.net
> In collaboration with Arebyte Gallery
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