CAN is very selective when choosing what goes on the blog and what doesn’t. This can sometimes be a difficult task forcing us to make some hard choices. Until now we have used Twitter or Facebook to share those links to projects and news that just do not fit with the rest of the content on CAN. We are committed to delivering best on the web but this can sometimes be challenging – how to do this best.
We all get precious about our Twitter feeds and Facebook updates. When people post too often, we are in two minds whether to continue following the person or not. If you follow CAN on either of those two sites you have probably noticed that not so many tweets are posted. This is because we believe you follow us because you want the “carefully selected content”. Unfortunately this leaves us with a lot of interesting links we want to share but not spam you when doing it. We think we have finally found a perfect solution.
“On the Web” is the new section of CAN, available from the header menu. Here we will post links to all the exciting things we find, including some of the things we have decided to share on Twitter or Facebook. Now you will have a place to go, to see all the things currently happening on the web, of course related to CAN. We hope this will provide you with more value from CAN without overloading you with thousands of tweets or facebook posts. You decide when to go and when to read it. All links go straight to source sites, nothing more, nothing less.
We hope you like it.
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- Resonate Festival 2013 – Exploring boundaries of art, media and technology Golan Levin Following the success of the first Resonate festival that took place in March 2012, Magnetic Field B in collaboration with CreativeApplications.Net and Dom Omladine in Belgrade are pleased to announce the new edition of the festival, taking place 21-23 March 2013 in Belgrade, Serbia. Continuing to explore boundaries of art, media and technology, the new edition of Resonate festival expands its programme to three days in March and will include over 40 participating artists and thinkers across a range of activities including talks, workshops, panel discussions and music performances. This year Resonate is also partnering with a number of educational institutions and organisations to even further diversify programme and provide visitors with an in depth overview of current situation in the fields of music, visual arts and digital culture. 2013 participating artists include Casey Reas, Joachim Sauter (ART+COM), Zimoun, Moritz Stefaner, Zach Gage, Golan Levin, Raquel Meyers, Anthony Dunne (RCA DI), Revital Cohen, Karsten Schmidt, Spaces of Play, Memo Akten (MarshmallowLaserFeast), Andreas Müller (Nanikawa), James Bridle, Liam Young (The Unknown Fields Division), Andreas Gysin, Greg J Smith, Kyle McDonald, Peter Kirn, Studio NAND, onedotzero and many more.. In 2012 Resonate tickets sold out within weeks. We are now pleased to announce the availability of “early bird” tickets from tomorrow - 23rd October 2012. The special discounted ticket, costing only €55.00, provides access to all 3 days of Resonate 2013 including day and night events (music performances), 15 workshops and over 30 talks. “Early Bird” tickets are available in limited numbers and are sold on first come, first serve basis. Standard price for Resonate 2013 is €75.00 and “on the door” price is €90.00. Sign-ups for workshops will be open in early February 2013. Access to workshops is based on application process and all workshops are FREE if you have full 3 day ticket to Resonate (above). Purchase tickets from 23rd October at http://www.resonate.io ‘Resonate’ is an initiative by NGO “Magnetic Field B” in collaboration with CreativeApplications.Net and Dom Omladine, Belgrade. To learn more see this or for details on travel and location see here. Casey Reas Zimoun Revital Cohen Raquel […]
- Blogs We Read + Love [News] Thanks to Google Reader staying on top of news is pretty easy these days, that is, if one can keep up. I have around 300+ subscriptions and at times this can be quite overwhelming. Nevertheless, one always focusses on the favorites and catches up with the others when time is on our side. Here we bring you the favorites. Blogs that we can't write without and are an inspiration to what we do. Hours spent going trough pages of wonderful editorials, features and links that anyone who enjoys CAN will enjoy too. We also made it extra easy for you. No need to go to the site, find the subscribe button! Here, each site listed includes a 'Subscribe' button. Now all you need to do is go one by one and hit that button as hard as you can. They will stick and you'll love them as much as we do. Plus, you get all the twitter links. Joy.. In addition, if that is too much work, here is an OPML file you can import directly into your Google or any other News Reader. >>>Download<<< If you are not using a news reader, this will make a perfect start. Enjoy.. Technology/Design Create Digital Motion CDMotion is the creation of Peter Kirn (personal, cdm twitter), a composer, musician, media artist, and author. From latest interactive tools,Â VJ gearÂ to events and tip and tricks with good links to tutorials and how-tos. See alsoÂ CDMusic for the latest digital music creation tools. Information Aesthetics Inspired by Lev Manovich's definition of "information aesthetics", this weblog explores the symbiotic relationship between creative design and the field of information visualization. More specifically, it collects projects that represent data or information in original or intriguing ways. Information Aesthetics is designed and maintained by Andrew Vande Moere, a Senior Lecturer at the Design Lab at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning of the University of Sydney. (twitter) Digital Tools Blog about Game Design, Games and Computer Art.Â Digital Tools is a mixture of blog and webzine that focuses on everything related to digital tools, games, homebrew, theory, interaction- and game design and on inventive software.Â Ran byÂ Martin Wisniowski (twitter). Boing Boing Gadgets For latest quirky gadgets, news and links, check out BBG, a branch of worldÂ renownÂ Boing Boing. I regularly post their articles on Twitter soÂ definitelyÂ worth a subscribe. Datavisualization Datavisualization.ch is a website dedicated to data and information visualization. A wonderful collection of projects ranging from graphicÂ exercisesÂ to widely published data..a little bit of everything related to datavis/infographics (twitter). VisualComplexity Collects someÂ trulyÂ amazing Â infographic/visual communication and complex networksÂ visualizationÂ out there. Ran byÂ Manuel Lima, Â an interaction designer, information architect and design researcher (twitter). FlowingData FlowingData explores how designers, statisticians, and computer scientists are using data to understand ourselves better - mainly through data visualization. More emphasis on statistics/data visualization than inforgraphics,Â FlowingData is a great resourse for latest news onÂ data visualization. Ran by Nathan,Â a PhD candidate in statistics who lives and breathes data (twitter). Code & Form Code & Form is a blog for the coding and teaching activities ofÂ Marius Watz. It contains documentation of workshops as well as code snippets and libraries. The main focus is onÂ Processing. (Twitter) OpenProcessing A great place to share your Processing sketches and work. About 10-20 sketches uploaded daily, so many it's hard to keep up. If you are working with Processing or wanting to learn, a great place to start. Gaming/Apps Offworld Ran by Brandon Boyer,Â Offworld is another branch of theÂ internet-institution Boing Boing. A wonderful collection of gameÂ innovation related news with a good retro feel put in the mix. One of my favorite blogs I read daily (twitter). It is also worth subscribing to Brandon'sÂ del.icio.us account for someÂ trulyÂ great links. Joystiq My favorite Games blog for any game geek regardless of which console you own. A fun, easy reading and very informative ran by some great peeps.Â Joystiq strives to maintain accuracy, to dig deeper, to do away with meaningless PR prattle, to gracefully decline luxury Cappuccino machines (even the really nice ones with Espresso functionality), to ask the awkward questions and ... to wallow. A must.. AppShopper A website by Â macrumors'sÂ Arnold Kim (twitter)Â to track all activity in the iTunes App Store. My morning destination where I browse through about 300 apps for the iPhone released each day. "j" and "k" keys on the keyboard get plenty of work here. Touch Arcade Another website by Â macrumors'sÂ Arnold Kim (twitter) withÂ Blake Patterson (twitter) andÂ Eli Hodapp (twitter)Â brings you latest in iPhone gaming. If it's new or in the works,Â Touch Arcade will cover it. Targeted at the more mainstream audience the site is a great place to go to feed your iPhone shopping addiction. 148Apps Latest iPhone reviews and news brought to you by the great team at 148apps. Ran byÂ Jeff Scott (twitter),Â the site also keeps track ofÂ whatâ€™s selling ,Â whatâ€™s new andÂ what prices are dropping in the iTunes App Store. Find them also onÂ Twitter ,Â Facebook, andÂ Friendfeed. Design/Art Today and Tomorrow Ran by Pieter, a Belgian living Berlin, Germany, theÂ website is a collection of things that are beautiful inÂ advertising, art, design, fashion, music and sneakers. TrulyÂ wonderfulÂ and has recently become on of myÂ favoriteÂ art/design websites out there. A must for anyone interesting in art. Some finds are pure joy! (twitter) BOOOOOOOM! Ran byÂ Jeff Hamada,Â a designer from Vancouver,Â BOOOOOOOM! Â is a wonderfulÂ blog about Art, Design, Film, Music, Photography and Daily Junk. A great collection of projects and finds to feast your love for art.Â (twitter) Design You Trust Design You Trust is a daily design blog and community, full of new design trends,Â newsÂ and events, great design portfolios, young design bloods, design articles, photographies, fashion, creative advertisements, architectural inspirations, video design and hand-picked design stuff from all over the globe.Â Founded in 2007 byÂ Dmitry Utkin. (Twitter) The Strange Attractor Founded byÂ Pete Barnett andÂ Brendan Crich,Â TSA is a community of designers, photographers, illustrators, animators and musicians from five continents. 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(twitter) Culture/Tech Boing Boing Really doesn't needÂ absolutelyÂ any introduction whatsoever.Â Boing Boing is not a blog, it's not a site, it's an institution.Â Â Mark Frauenfelder,Â Cory Doctorow,Â David Pescovitz,Â Xeni Jardin and John Battelle bring you theÂ "directory of wonderful things"Â (twitter) Lifehacker The worldÂ renownÂ LifehackerÂ includes tips and downloads to getting things done. EditorÂ Adam Pash with Senior EditorÂ Kevin Purdy andÂ Jason Fitzpatrick,Â The How-To Geek andÂ Gina Trapani bring you daily some greatest and most talk about tips and tricks on the web. (twitter) MAKE Magazine Brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. MAKE is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home celebrating your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will.Â AlsoÂ published quarterlyÂ since February 2005, MAKE is a hybrid magazine/book. (twitter) Wired Wired.com is a daily technology news websiteÂ and aÂ monthly print publication. Gadgets, media and tech culture news in one place. A little too noisy at times but includes some pretty incredible and in-depth articles related to recent tech developments. (twitter) Ars Technica Ars Technica specializes in original news and reviews, analysis of technology trends, and expert advice on topics ranging from the the topics of technology, business and science. (twitter) Sci-Fi-O-Rama Art, Design & Illustration with a Sci-Fi or Fantasy Slant, simply wonderful!Â (twitter) Other To many to list but besides various developer/artist blogs there are two sites that deserve a special mention: Vimeo A great resource for the latest work artists/developers are doing. Join groups, add contacts to find latest stuff. As vimeo is most loved amongst the creatives, rest assured you will never run our of animated content to fill your day. Flickr Same as Vimeo, meet, add, follow artists, creatives for their latest work. We have also added a group on Flickr so if you have projects/works you would like to share, please join the group and add your photos to the […]
- New Look CAN [News] As you may have noticed already, CAN has just got a visual revamp. A brand new Wordpress theme has been designed by our dear friend Matt Joyce (aka themeekshall). It has been hard work and there are still few things to include but we are confident that you will like it. You may ask, why the change? In the last few months we realised that there is a number of problematic issues with the old theme: 1. Front Page. Although we enjoyed the box post look, it was the latest post that was getting much attention and not any other. As a result, the bounce rate on the site was very high, ie people not checking out other posts but moving on too quickly. I should point out that the bounce rate has dropped by 15% since the install of new theme. This is great news. 2.Â Chronology. The old theme did not allow browsing of items chronologically. Of course, this could have been fixed but a single post emphasis was too much. We have many great posts and wanted to give them equal importance. Whilst some may be more popular than others, there are a lot of posts we are sure you will enjoy but don't explore. 3. Aging look. Yes, we were getting tired of the old look and wanted a more rich, fun and friendly feel. You may also notice that post listing is a lot more easy to browse and engage with. Why the yellow you may ask, it's fun, punchy and a rich colour. It's winter time, spring soon and we need some 'bright and shiny'. 4. Comments. We wanted to further engage our audience in discussions. We found that even though the old theme offered comments on each post, the black comment box was slightlyÂ intimidating. We think what we have now feels a lot more fun and casual. 5. Twitter Integration. Those of you who follow us on Twitter know that we are pretty active. We post links, news and much more related to Art, Design and Technology. We wanted to include that on the site in a styled, prominent way. This is also only the first step and we are currently looking for tweetback wordpress plugins, so your twitter replies will be also listed as comments. 6. We post many images in Twitter related to apps. Until now we have been using LittleSnapper service but feel that all these wonderful images should be featured on the site. We have now created a dedicated Flickr account and latest images are displayed in the site's sidebar. If you use Flickr, be friend us! What's left to do: 1. iPhone/iPod Touch version of the site needs an update to match visual style of the regular site. In case you didn't know, CAN has a specially designed version of the site just for theÂ iPhone and iPod Touch. All you have to do is visit the site from your device. 2. Google AdSense. It's not much of an earning but it is an earning. We need all the support we can get and the adsense is coming. We are just not yet sure how to integrate it without being too obtrusive. 3. Related Posts, Most Popular Posts and Latest Comments. We need to include these somewhere as they all allow alternative way to navigate the site. The more ways the better. 4. Theme Switcher. We are thinking of having a black and white Arial theme as well but not sure yet. We also know that you would love to know what Wordpress plugins we are using, so here is a list of a few specific to the theme: Wordpress Plugins on the New Site: AdIcon Server For WP Displays 16Ã—16 favicon ads on your blog and lets users upload new favicons. ByÂ Menguzar. Author Highlight Author Highlight is a plugin that prints out a user-specified class attribute if the comment is made by the specified author. It is useful if you would like to apply a different style to comments made by yourself. ByÂ Jonathan Leighton. cforms cformsII offers unparalleled flexibility in deploying contact forms across your blog. Features include: comprehensive SPAM protection, Ajax support, Backup & Restore, Multi-Recipients, Role Manager support, Database tracking and many more.Â ByÂ Oliver Seidel. FV Community News Let visiters of your site post their articles on your site. Lightbox 2 Used to overlay images on the current page. Lightbox JS v2.2 byÂ Lokesh Dhakar. Mad props toÂ Tanin for his crucial regular expression code! You rock!! ByÂ Rupert Morris. Nice Tooltips Nice Tooltips for Links. ByÂ Frank Bueltge. PictureGrid Picturegrid - Add flickr to your blog, no mess, no fuss. To make use of the lightbox functionality, you will need a lightbox plugin (like this one - no relation). ByÂ Kieran Delaney. Twitter for Wordpress Displays your public Twitter messages for all to read. Based onÂ Pownce for Wordpress byÂ Cavemonkey50. ByÂ Ricardo GonzÃ¡lez. WassUp Wordpress plugin to analyze your visitors traffic with real time stats, chart and a lot of chronological informations. It has sidebar Widget support to show current online visitors and other statistics. ByÂ Michele Marcucci, Helene D.. WPtouch iPhone Theme A plugin which reformats your site with a mobile theme when viewing with anÂ iPhone /Â iPod touch. Set styling, page, menu, icon and more options for the theme by visiting theÂ WPtouch Options admin panel. Â ByÂ Dale Mugford & Duane Storey. Xavin's Review Ratings Adds a shortcode tag [xrr rating=4/5] to display a rating. ByÂ Jonathan 'Xavin' Spence. Feedback We hope you enjoyed this update. It's out with the old and in with the new! We would also love to hear your comments on how you like the new site and what else do you think we should do to make it even […]
- Resonate 2013 – The Best Kind of Noise In less than 3 days Resonate 2013 Festival kicks off in Belgrade and we have been making final preparations to greet over 1200 visitors from all over the world. This should also explain the lack of posts on CAN in the last few days and also the next few days. In case you missed info about Resonate, it is a collaboration between Magnetic Field B, Dom Omladine in Belgrade and CreativeApplications.Net. We are bringing to Belgrade over 75 artists, thinkers, writers and performers to participate in 16 workshops, over 40 talks, screenings and performances. Some of the participants include Casey Reas, Joachim Sauter (ART+COM), Zimoun, Klaus Obermaier, Moritz Stefaner, Zach Gage, Tale of Tales, Golan Levin, Ivan Poupyrev, Raquel Meyers, Anthony Dunne (RCA), Cohen van Balen, Karsten Schmidt, Spaces of Play, Memo Akten, Andreas Müller (Nanikawa), James Bridle, Liam Young, Kyle McDonald, Peter Kirn, Studio NAND, onedotzero and many others. Likewise the CAN/HOLO team will be at resonate too including Greg J Smith, Alexander Scholz and Sherry Kennedy. We will also be talking about hires and realtime, from generative design to manufacturing, Plask and WebGL, Unity as a Tool for Non-Games, Generative Design, Datatainment, Large Scale Projection Mapping, Urban Prototyping and hold discussion panels about Tools or Instruments, Surveillance and Transparency, Coding Narratives, Interaction and Performance and Design Fiction: Provocations & Pedagogy. onedotzero will be screening a special version of their programme/selection for Resonate festival as well as hold participating artists panel discussion. The night programme features Pantha du Prince, Mouse on Mars, Dj Dinky, Valens, Monosaccharide, Marko Nastic, Jan Nemecek and we've also teamed up with a number of bars and clubs in Belgrade to celebrate the opening of the festival meaning not one party but many. If you are not able to come to resonate this year, we suggest you follow updates on our Twitter or Facebook. All talks are being recorded so the same as last year you will have a chance to watch to them later. Of course you will be missing much and if you are one of the lucky ones making your way now to Belgrade, we wish you a good trip. We are (almost) ready! CAN is back next week so in the meantime, check: resonate.io | resonate on Facebook | resonate on Twitter | Full Programme of Resonate 2013 Resonate is supported by MailChimp, Ministry of Culture and Information in Serbia, Hi-ReS!, AudiovisualAcademy, Dom Omladine Belgrade, RedBull, Macola, Orion Telekom, The Studio for Creative Inquiry, Nexus Productions and […]
- CAN on Twitter [News] We love Twitter here at CAN and have a wonderful following too. Since CAN's launch, out twitter community has grown to incredible 1900+ followers and we areÂ extremelyÂ pleased. It's also great to see that our followers regularly participate in discussions and send us updates and feedback. Thank you all! On Twitter, we go beyond just apps. We post about Art, Architecture, Technology, Gadgets, iPhone news and everything else wonderful, geeky and quirky. Here are some feedback we received on Twitter which we are especially proud of: mightandwonder:Â This is a really fantastic resource for creative application developmentÂ http://www.creativeapplications.net themeekshall: @creativeapps any uk promo codes yet, your reviews areÂ costingÂ me ;) inspired12: anyone with an iphone/touch should check out @creativeapps and http://www.creativeapplications.net/ razorianfly:Â @CreativeApps. Great website dedicated to finding unique creativity on the App Store >Â http://creativeapplications.net oakkoa:Â Creative appsÂ http://www.creativeapplications.net/ Exactly the kind of site i was looking for, mix of art and programming :) Funkify:Â Sensacional:Â creativeapplications.net JamesChutter:Â I love it when Creative and Applications come together in collaboration. Hence , I love this blog.Â http://www.creativeapplications.net If you don't follow CAN yet, this may be the time to do so. All you need to do is register on twitter, follow CAN by clicking on this link and via yourÂ favoriteÂ client (many to choose from - our fav being DestroyTwitter) you can stay in touch with all creative andÂ wonderfulÂ we have to […]
- CAN now with Google Friend Connect [News] Great news is that we have just added GoogleÂ Friend Connect to the site. If you are not familiarÂ Friend Connect, here is what it does: â€¢ Sign in with your Google, Yahoo, AIM or OpenID account. â€¢ Interact with other visitors by making friends, sharing media, posting comments, playing games, and more. â€¢ Meet other people who enjoy CAN as much as you do, share interests. â€¢ EasilyÂ Invite friends from other social networks and contact lists to join CAN. You can accessÂ Friend Connect from the bar located at the bottom of the page. Here you can find members of the site and latest comments.Â A great service and could not be more appropriate for CAN. You may ask why notÂ Facebook Connect??Â Alex has a great post about the recent changes to his blog and an opinion aboutÂ Facebook ConnectÂ we share. So why not Facebook Connect? It does not only sound simliar but promises much of the same after all. For starters I found the integration looked a lot harder (beyond a mere minutes). Secondly, Google's Friend Connect does not really have a central focus point. All the action happens on participating sites (and deep down in some google data centers). Facebook Connect on the other side is ultimately pointing towards one place and Facebook.com still smells too much like an attempt to built some form of alternative internet to me - and who needs that? Read more on Alex's blog If you would like to implementÂ Friend Connect on your site, here are a few useful links we used: GoogleÂ Friend Connect FriendConnect commenting plugin Google Friend Connect Integration Plugin for Wordpress How To Add Google Friend Connect To Your WordPress Blog Facebook Connect vs Google Friend Connect: Fight! Stay tuned for more GoogleÂ Friend Connect features.Â While the current functionality is rather limited, its ambition is certainly not. Please join the site below and leave us a […]
- Kikk Festival [Events] As a recurrent international digital festival, KIKK explores the economical and artistic implications of new technologies, considering that appropriating or anticipating the changes allows transforming them into opportunities. KIKK probes the subject in its full sense: through the Konference, WorKshop and eKsperience spaces, it wants to provide the public with access to information and experimenting with these new possibilities. Filip Visnjic of CreativeApplications.Net will give a talk at Kikk alongside great names such as Ben Hammersley, Lernert &Sander, Anne-Sophie Fradier, Andrew Zolty, Hector Ayuso, Multitouch Barcelona, Niklas Roy, Jakob Kahlen, Jul et Mat, Benjamin De Cock, Michael Seifert, Nico Perez, ... and more There is no expert who can deny the deep mutations going on in our society over the last decades. Our world is changing, quickly and on global scale. Every day new processes, new concepts and new techniques are born. Our beacons are washed away and this is continually speeding up more and more. The trend nowadays consists of no-trend: always moving on change. We must adapt to this, anticipate, continually. The economic atmosphere is no exception to this: the companies who survive are those who manage to integrate these new principles and create opportunities of them. The KIKK was born within this context. It is profiled as a panel of the best offerings in the field of economical and artistic innovations. It aims at planting the seed of creativity in the core business of companies and in the heart of the public, in order to guide them into our new, heterogeneous, digital world. KIKK takes place from Thursday November 24th 2011 /10h00 until Friday November 25th 2011/ 18h00, in the Palais des Congrès of Namur, Belgium. Entry is FREE and you can book your tickets here. See you there! http://kikk.be KIKK's logo is a random generative logo which takes its texture from pictures behind, and distort it when taking its final […]
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