The TIDE Podcast is collecting contributions from listeners for a memorial episode celebrating the life of Dai Barnes.
We pulled into the parking lot, looking for signs of life. But the daily life of the school had ended hours ago. It was pushing four o’clock on that warm April day in 1990, on Long Island, New York…
In an extract from How to Be An Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi traces a path through the construct of racism and the power that it still holds today. He discusses Alonso de Zuazo creation of Blacks in 1510 and Carl Linnaeus’ color-coding of races as White, Yellow, Red, and Black in 1735.
An interesting provocation for looking at algorithms and abstraction in Digital Technologies curriculum.
Artists like Audrey Wollen, Alexandra Marzella and Arvida Bystrom moved to Instagram from Tumblr in the early 2010s. But the past few years have seen the platform shift.
Daisy Jones takes a look at the early adopters of Instagram and what happened to them. It would be interestingly to look at the early adopters across all the different platforms, whether it be Tumblr, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook and Mastadon. I wonder if there is a correlation across the different platforms and the creativity and voices they foster.
Remembering our beautiful friend, Dai Barnes
Collective memories associated with Dai Barnes.