Introduction

How did we end up with our current feeds?… Read More

I’ve Got the Need — the Need to Feed

Historian of technology Jason Scott dives into the history of the feed… Read More

Jason Scott is the founder of TEXTFILES.COM, a 25 year old library of BBS history. He’s also the software curator of the Internet Archive, one of our favourite places on the web.

The Perfect Feed workshop results

The outcomes of the workshop we did with RGBdog… Read More

Beyond Named Interactions

Web artist Yehwan Song presents new interaction models in her Image Contribution to this dossier… Read More

Yehwan is a web artist and designer who creates anti-friendly, nonuser centric, unconventional, and diverse independent websites and tries to flip the general understandings of web design and subvert users’ behaviors. She believes that digital discomfort comes from a lack of consideration of diversity and the deprivation of care. Link

The Hmm’s Data Centre Field Trip – Files & Links

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Inside the Metaverse Experiments of Babusi Nyoni

Sjef van Beers interviews Babusi Nyoni about his experiments creating a decentralised metaverse. … Read More

Instructions for The Hmm IN Gaming Spaces

We’re excited to have you joining for The Hmm IN Gaming Spaces on Wednesday. ٩(◕‿◕。)۶ During this tour we’ll explore the social impact, possibilities, and power of gaming spaces by touring differentRead More

Introduction

What are the consequences of being financially dependent on creating content on social media for both the people and the content in this ecosystem? … Read More

The rules for influencers in the updated Media Act

The Dutch Media Authority explain how they implement regulations and oversee media broadcasters and providers.… Read More

Models for culture producer communities

Jak Ritger shares models that define the digital cultural economy and the production systems underpinning it. … Read More

Jak Ritger is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and activist based in Allston, Massachusetts. Ritger’s practice uses photography to expose hidden structures underneath the built environment and systems of power shaping everyday life. Working within online art and politics collectives, Ritger uses data-visualization, drawing and essay writing to model emerging social patterns and information flows. As an organizer, he works to catalyze digitally distributed collective art and discourse projects, such as, CODEX NM Y2K20, a compendium of the first year of the Covid-19 “syndemic”, as seen through the NEW MODELS discord group. Find his published writing at Do Not Research and NEW MODELS.

Behind the scenes of the creator economy with Cesar Majorana

Cesar shares his own experience with the creator economy and how he makes money off of social media. … Read More

KarADshian workshop

We hosted a workshop where we challenged participants to reflect on Instagram advertising with a case study on Kim Kardashian’s influencer empire.… Read More

Inside the early days of the selfie museum

Eva van Boxtel revisits her 2018 film shot in one of Europe’s first selfie museums.… Read More

Negar Sanaan Bensi and Paul Cournet on the architecture of data centres

Negar and Paul, editors of the book Datapolis, answer a number of questions taken from our audience chat during our Data Centre Tour.… Read More

Audio Report: Data Centre Tour

Listen back to our experiences visiting the data centres in the Wieringermeerpolder… Read More