Keyword: Data

Resources

CCamera / Marco Land

„With 657 billion digital images per year being captured and pushed to the web, it is likely that at some point in your life you’ve taken a photo that already exists. And you will continue to do so with the help of this app.

CCamera is the first camera app that takes images that have already been uploaded to the internet. It brings your photos to the next level — because they’re not yours.“

http://ccamera.org

Esoteric Codes / Daniel Temkin

„PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AS EXPERIMENTS, JOKES, AND EXPERIENTIAL ART

esolangs, disruptive codes, weird hc/i, differential thought platforms, the digital ephemeral, null programs and deletions, unstable linguistics, structure as content, machine disobedience, new relationships between programmers and their primary progeny (bugs), useless machines (Shannon/Minksy), synthetic languages, circuitous systems, constraint sets for coders, paraconsistent calculi, and other platforms, systems, and languages that break from the norms of computing“

http://esoteric.codes

schema.org

„Schema.org is a collaborative, community activity with a mission to create, maintain, and promote schemas for structured data on the Internet, on web pages, in email messages, and beyond.“

http://schema.org

Some Digital Humanities projects (ongoing list)

The Preservation of Favoured Traces / Ben Fry
The Homer Multitext

Intro to Digital Humanities / Reader by Johanna Drucker

Forensics Wiki

Wiki on digital forensics (also known as computer forensics).

http://forensicswiki.org

Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization

http://datavis.ca/milestones/

Other people also bought / Sebastian Schmieg, Jonas Lund

http://otherpeoplealsobought.com

BackStory / Floria Kräutli

Interactive tool/piece that visualizes editing processes on text archives (Wikipedia articles in this case).

projects.kraeutli.com/
www.icaphila.org/

ExtraFile

„New image file formats for artistic purpose.“

http://extrafile.org

Selective Memory Theatre / Matthias Dörfelt

The installation tries to simulate and visualize the process of memory by algorithmically combining visual material from newsfeeds.

http://www.mokafolio.de