The book was written collaboratively by ten authors and focuses on a single line of now-unfamiliar code.
10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10
Co-authors will discuss the nature of their collaboration facilitated by structured conversations and writing done online and in person.
Reading Programming Code as a Cultural Object
Let’s talk about what it means to start reading code differently, as cultural objects and statements. Let’s raise the questions that need to be raised.
Podcast: From Purple Blurb, “Computers and Creativity: The Intersection of Art and Technology”
The computer’s creative involvement in the visual and literary arts is the topic of this discussion, held on the occasion of the Drawing with Code exhibit.
Podcast: Nick Montfort, “Code and Platform in Computational Media”
Adding these neglected levels — programming and computing systems — to digital media studies can help to advance the field.