Here goes all that interesting stuff I want to share.
- (Sorry, only Spanish today, use google translate if you want to read this in your own language) La semana pasada tuve el honor de poder visitar al Colegio Rural Los Ángeles Quehui en la Isla Quehui en el Archipiélago Chilote. Se me extendió la invitación de ir para allá como artista especialista a armar un laboratorio para el CECREA Castro dentro del marco del proyecto Archipiélago Digital. Claramente acepté, y les cuento un poco de como fue la experiencia: Viajé en Bus hasta Castro y en el camino me actualicé sobre un par de cosas que no sabía sobre el […]
- I'm currently working on finishing my second LP, so I did a quick update to my website http://www.lukaskalmar.com It seems like there are big changes happening in the world. Admittedly, I easily get caught up in apocalyptic visions and generalized paranoia, but I'm also slightly optimistic. There's a lot of people aware that things have to change drastically, and I'm glad about that. This of course is only one aspect, but I was very happy to read this blog post today: It's time for the permanent web I can't help being tethered to computers, so seeing decentralized networking moving ahead […]
- I had some time to do research about urbit (https://urbit.org/) in the last couple of days. This is a pretty good non-technical (or as non-technical as it can get) explanation about what it is: https://urbit.org/blog/urbit-for-normies/ I already managed to get WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) with Ubuntu running, installed urbit and started up a comet in order to access Landscape, urbits interface though. That's free and you can try it at home. It's much easier if you are running some kind of gnu/linux distro or macos. Try this guide: https://urbit.org/using/install/ Now, I wanted to buy my own planet (identity), but […]