This article on monochromatic dithering techniques is amazing. https://surma.dev/things/ditherpunk/
Here's an intro. I'm Jessie (she/her), 25 I think. I rediscovered art through embroidery during university where I studied ecology.
I currently stitch characters and creatures experiencing nature and love.
I also garden and all my art money goes to food + food plants. I hope to acquire degraded farm land soon with the help of friends and restore it into a food-producing, carbon-storing forest ecosystem, and share the abundance with both humans and wild animals.
Thanks for looking ♥
That being said, I have a list of creative/artistic instances here: https://mastodon.art/@Curator/103128327614838775 That really badly needs updating. :(
What are some creative/artistic instances you know about that are run by great people? I'm going to need some help building a more up-to-date list.
I am updating the internet to 2021 for you… Happy new year!
December 1997: "Librarians have promised to put the world of information at the public's fingertips. Now they're stuck fixing bugs and teaching people how to use a mouse."
Hello everyone, I’m a librarian from South America. Hope to learn and contribute about privacy, wellbeing and good use of technology in life.
The Matra Terminal by Minitel from 1984. This was used to access Videotex, which before the web, was probably one of the most online services. Actually, even after the web, there were still millions of Minitel network connections as of 2009 (according to Wikipedia)
I'm totally fond of this aesthetic and the fact the keyboard folds *into* the screen. The photo version is probably a later model
bringing this energy into 2021 https://archive.org/details/softalkv4n12aug1984/page/28/mode/2up
I've just published a 38-page sampler from my upcoming book of advice on rejuvenating #opensource projects: "Getting Unstuck".
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a/v archivist and developer with too many extracurricular activities; username ablwr in other places on the world wide web; your internet girlfriend
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