RT @Furmadamadam@twitter.com

THREAD: So, most people associate Japanese design with either cute kitsch or zen-like minimalism, but its much more diverse, & 1 of my particular fav periods was the architecture of its 80-90s boom era; wild, strange & incredibly diverse, & unique in world architectural history

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Furmadamadam/statu

RT @PessimistsArc@twitter.com

Things blamed on radio (From 1920s to 1940s)

- Bad economy
- Poor grades
- Robbery
- Dead birds
- Dirigible explosions
- Broken windows
- Fights
- Rain
- Snow
- Drought
- Gun deaths
- Bad skin
- Jail breaks
- Unemployment of blind
- Blue, green and pink water

🐦🔗: twitter.com/PessimistsArc/stat

RT @werkleitz@twitter.com

FOR APPLICATIONS +++ two-month in 2020 & 2021 for European in 11 EU countries +++ European Media Art Platform / European Media Artists in Residence Exchange @emap_emare@twitter.com >>> co-funded by

🐦🔗: twitter.com/werkleitz/status/1

RT @tsakarestou@twitter.com

“metacognitive illusions occur when people hold mistaken beliefs about their own cognitive systems. We all tend to feel like we’re experts about the nature of our own perceptions and memories. However,in many cases our intuitions about our own cognitive systems can be unreliable” twitter.com/jatin_ou/status/11

🐦🔗: twitter.com/tsakarestou/status

RT @furtherfield@twitter.com

"a collection of socially engaged researchers and artists pose questions, provoke and poke at the deeper implications of our increasingly digitized and tracked lives. Must be read slowly, with a pencil in hand for underlining and scribbles in the margins!" Helen Varley Jamieson twitter.com/NeMeOrg/status/111

🐦🔗: twitter.com/furtherfield/statu

‘Well, we do have an on/off switch on every phone. You don’t have to answer it’ → nyti.ms/2YyUfzB

An extraordinary detailed documentation for a remarkable project by @rougeux@twitter.com on restoring and rearranging open domain botanical illustrations → c82.net/blog/?id=80

RT @DSpinellis@twitter.com

Το δώρο της Κυριακής. Τα «Στοιχεῖα» του Ευκλείδη (Aλεξάνδρεια, ~300 π.Χ.) σε μια πανέμορφη παρουσίαση βασισμένη στο διάσημο έργο του Oliver Byrne c82.net/euclid/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DSpinellis/status/

“International fascism again looms large […] the planet itself seems likely to melt down.”

A short history of comics and the political, by Art Spiegelman: “Captain America’s most nefarious villain, the Red Skull, is alive on screen and an Orange Skull haunts America.” → amp.theguardian.com/books/2019

“Thurnberg's crime is to be young, female and unafraid. She does not know her place. And quite apart from anything else she might achieve, this makes her a profoundly healthy contribution to political life.” → politics.co.uk/blogs/2019/08/1

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