ruff linkage 201213

[weekly linkdump, somewhat edited]

#watch and

webcamtears – “Webcam tears is a project depicting contemporary sadness in an voyeuristic internet era through the medium of the webcam.”

Occupy Wall Street: Surviving the Winter – “Fault Lines follows key Occupy organisers through the winter as they continue to build a movement even after violent evictions across the country.”

Défense d’afficher – “what street art says about the world – An interactive documentary”

Rangers & Celtic – “The hatred between Glasgow’s “Old Firm” sides is the most famous in world football. It’s the game’s flagship loathing, proof of the power of the sport to inspire profound levels of tribal loyalty and a near-Pavlovian revulsion at anything to do with a rival.”

Geometric Porn App Previewthank god apple protected us from this filth

#learn

Kraftwerk month #31 Kover Kollection 7 – “To finish the month off here’s something that’s been in the pipeline for over a year – KKK vol.7. This took far too long to do and I completely redid the start three times before I was happy with it.” kev finishing off his fantastic kraftwerk month in style.

Rhetological Fallacies – “Errors and manipulations of rhetoric and logical thinking” state of the art infographic

Clothes Make the Man – Urban outfitters founder richard hayne supports santorum: “the fiftysomething Hayne is mom-and-apple-pie conservative. He and his wife Margaret have contributed $13,150 to the campaign coffers of Paleolithic right-wing Republican Sen. Rick Santorum and his Political Action Committee over the years.”

edible cookbook by korefe – “‘the real cookbook’, an edible instruction manual for making a classic lasagna. first, the user reads each inscribed fresh pasta page of the guide, learning the steps necessary to make the dish. then, each informative sheet is baked into a home-crafted lasagna with the filling ingredients complementing the text-covered base.”

BrowserQuest – a massively multiplayer HTML5 – “BrowserQuest is a tribute to classic video-games with a multiplayer twist. You play as a young warrior driven by the thrill of adventure. No princess to save here, just a dangerous world filled with treasures to discover. And it’s all done in glorious HTML5 and JavaScript.”

Epic Sax Game – your chance to become epic sax guy

Art V cancer – “Art V Cancer is run by Chris Thornley (aka Raid71) & Julia Hall. A couple of years ago our life, and our family’s lives were turned completely upside down when Chris was diagnosed with a very rare incurable non hodgkins lymphoma at the age of 37.”

still-life series of rotting food by klaus pichler – “austrian artist klaus pichler has developed ‘one third’, a highly legible photographic commentary of the connection between the individual wastage of food and globalized food production after learning the UN finding that one third of the world’s food supply is left to rot.”

Movies as code – “Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.”

Chick-Fil-A threatens guy who made – “Bo sells a t-shirt that says “Eat More Kale” from his home in rural Vermont. Titanic chicken sandwich chain Chick-Fil-A claims that this shirt infringes on their trademark for the slogan “Eat Mor (sic) Chikin’ (sic).””

The Moon Goose Analogue: Lunar Migration Bird Facility – “One of the works on show is the extremely long-term project that sees Agnes Meyer-Brandis training a flock of young geese to fly to the moon. The whole training started last Spring and according to her schedule, the birds will go on their first unmanned flight to the satellite in 2024.”

A Patent Lie: How Yahoo Weaponized My Work – “I thought I was giving them a shield, but turns out I gave them a missile with my name permanently engraved on it.”

DRAWING APPARATUS – “The revolution of the records create drawings that serve as a markers of temporality. The drawings also speak to the idea of the editionable print through their ability to be replicated using domestic materials.”

Laurie Penny: America learns it cannot ignore race and class on the Million Hoodie March – “Whereas six months ago, white activists were shouting that police were part of the 99% and encouraging their fellow occupiers to welcome law enforcement into the protest camps, the chant today is: “police are the army of the rich!””

Screenshots of Despair – sadly poetic

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