Two New Continuing Education Courses for the Rainy Season.

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Arduino for Artists. (The class formerly known as Physical Computing for Artists) During the summer break Donald Delmar Davis went to ITP Summer Camp 30 days of more intersection between art and technology than anyone can take in. He is hoping that he can use what he learned to teach more artists about how to… Read more »

Trying to Open Up.

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A while ago I posted an opinion about sharing and the point of openness. It was intended to be focus of conversation and so I took a stance that was controversial and was thoroughly attacked for it. It happens a lot more that we would like. A few months later I overheard Bre Pettis talking… Read more »

Stephen Wright’s Light Switch

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As an example of a project for last fall’s “Physical Computing for Artists” class I suggested a light switch based on one of Stephen Wrights comedy bits. ‘In my house there’s this light switch that doesn’t do anything. Every so often I would flick it on and off just to check. Yesterday, I got a… Read more »

My takeaways from the Open Hardware Summit.

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Lucky me. Last week I go to go to the Open Hardware Summit in New York.¬†I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to go to the Open Hardware Summit. It was the first day teaching my¬†continuing ed class at PNCA. Turns out there was some flexibility so I did get to go but… Read more »