Detritus 422

▶ I don’t have any great issues with Facebook – it is what it is… but for a platform to be so all pervasive, its behaviour and functionality at times is surprising… Here are three such examples:

 

▶ “Welcome to the next phase of Facebook privacy backlash, where the big fear isn’t just what Facebook knows about its users but whether that knowledge can be weaponized

 

▶ also, WTF? Facebook’s internal rulebook on sex, terrorism and violence

 

▶ also, Why I Can’t/Won’t Point to Facebook Blog Posts

 


▶ NIME’17 – O Soli Mio: Exploring Millimeter Wave Radar for Musical Interaction

 

▶ “when I see the lines I can tell who did what” #anime

 

▶ reverse engineering ‘A Day in the Life’

 

▶ To Cite or to Steal? When a Scholarly Project Turns Up in a Gallery – funny thing is, the recent work that is claimed as plagiarized from 2013, seems very similar in concept to a series of photos by Hiroshi Sugimoto that date back to the 1970s… careful with those accusations!
via metafilter

 

▶ Rebecca Solnit nails the orange one:
ON THE CORROSIVE PRIVILEGE OF THE MOST MOCKED MAN IN THE WORLD

 


▶ by Kim Kichul

 

▶ love this Q during an AMA w Goldie
“What motivates the presence of orchestral music in the claustrophobic urban spaces typically defined by your musical work?”
#reverse_snobbism?

 

▶ great MW thread: Unsung/lesser-known software for musics?

 

 

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