cargowire / Craig Rowe

Developer of Web in the south of england, working with Headscape.

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Huffduffed (13)

  1. Elements of a Networked Urbanism by Adam Greenfield

    Over the past several years, we’ve watched as a very wide variety of objects and surfaces familiar from everyday life have been reimagined as networked information-gathering, -processing, -storage and -display resources. Why should cities be any different?

    What happens to urban form and metropolitan experience under such circumstances? What are the implications for us, as designers, consumers and as citizens?

    Adam Greenfield lives in a city and thinks you probably do, too.

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  2. Why Orwell Matters

    Christopher Hitchens talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about George Orwell. Drawing on his book Why Orwell Matters, Hitchens talks about Orwell’s opposition to imperialism, fascism, and Stalinism, his moral courage, and his devotion to language. Along the way, Hitchens makes the case for why Orwell matters.

    EconTalk, 17 Aug 09

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  3. Programmers Are the New Creatives

    Programming has long been the domain of logic and order, but with the ubiquity of programming languages in our lives and the growth in tools to help you code, there has come a newfound ability for self-expression and creativity through code.

    Cameron Adams will be exploring the creative aspects of coding and how it relates to design and art. With a focus on visual and interactive design, Cameron will look at the many ways in which you can stay creative with code of all sorts — JavaScript, Processing (Java), HTML, CSS, ActionScript, even BASIC — and put the fun back into the technologies you work with everyday.

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  4. BarCampBrighton4: Resource Naming and Necessity

    A talk I gave at BarCampBrighton4 in September 2009 drawing parallels between URIs on the Web and the Kripke’s causal theory of names as presented in Naming and Necessity ( The first half is rather technical and dry, but gets more practical as it goes on.

    You can also download the talk from Rapidshare or BitTorrent - both of which enable me to keep my bandwidth bills low:



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