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Paguyuban Algorave Indonesia in collaboration with Proyecto MUTAR present you the first series of the Latency Music Concert

A series of events that explore live and collaborative musical performance between people in different parts of the world, where we embrace latency as a phenomenon that requires us to exploit our creativity in the moment. In this first series of concerts, livecoders from Perú and Indonesia will experience this format playing together in real time.

Make sure to check your timezone:

Perú: Saturday, June 19th 2021 at 21:00 pm (UTC-5)
Indonesia: Sunday, June 20th 2021 at 09:00 am (WIB/Western Indonesian Time)

Watch it on
YouTube: Paguyuban Algorave Indonesia (
Proyecto MUTAR’s 3d space in Mozilla Hubs

Latency Music Concerts are organized by Proyecto MUTAR (@proyectomutar) and Paguyuban Algorave Indonesia (, with the partnership of October Meeting – CMM (@octobermeeting) and Art Music Today (@artmusictoday).

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The next Headless Blood Idol livestream show is on this Weekend... if you are in Australia it starts at 10.30am AEST on Sunday. We'll also be premiering our first community compilation at the afterparty in our discord.

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On monday I'm presenting a paper on during the 'Computing within #Limits' conference.

In the paper I'm describing the design choices we made, such as designing for unavailability and how they were based on reducing a few key metrics such as data transferred, calculations per request and use of third party services. This opens up a way of thinking about #degrowth and ICT. We should be looking in to that waaaay more.

The paper also tries to implicitly answer the 'how do we do sustainable web design?' question and argues aiming for reduction (of bytes transferred, computation and infra required) as useful rule of thumbs guiding a design. That is to say, solar protocols, 'low tech look', 3.5MB dithered images, green CDNs etc ain't it.

However, it also self-criticizes for the fact that it is so unreproducible and a very limited and 'easy' use case. So yeah no answer but thinking through degrowth should definitely be considered as the direction of the answer..

@doktorb Well, I guess if the bot farm doesn't work out you can always fall back on an initial coin offering...

@doktorb Hi. It looks like you could use some help. What can I do for you today?

@KatLH Congrats. Great read. Gets into implications of EVs that I've never thought through. I have to ask, does the reference to road changes mean you're in favour of the government's move on that in Victoria?

Pixelache fest is coming live from Helsinki this week via Open Radio for those looking for some lockdown listening

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"the NFT deploys the category of art to extract private property from freely available information"

excellent essay by Geraldine Juárez

@p_hase @becfary Spending some more time with it now. Duma and Jesse Kanda are the highlight for me so far. It's great to see so much work presented directly on the website, but the design really gets in the way I find.

Thanks @becfary - Miyuki mentioned this to me but I didn't keep track of when it was on, I'll check it out


Experimental Sound Studio going live now out of the US with Eiko Ishibashi, Jim O'Rourke a bunch of others -

Great write up from Alex White on his research into modular synthesis and composition as an example of practice led research:

Just watched the awesome Sisters with Transistors: Electronic Music's Unsung Heroines. Highly recommended.

Alright. Hometown v1.0.5 (Mastodon 3.3.0) and...we're still here? :)

Hey all. I'm going to try updating to the latest Hometown release. Hopefully I'll see you all soon but if I break everything, well, it's been fun :)

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Has anyone else here played around with hydra before? it's a fun live coding visual platform that runs in browser it's pretty quick and easy to get started with

@pointy dining alone rocks. I'm always impressed with people that do it, and I'm not Japanese. There's something wrong with your logic I think. 🤷

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