) Recent article in Scientific American on OOP and post-OOP: http://www.americanscientist.org/template/AssetDetail/assetid/17307 A ’traditional’ bridge (?) towards what Jared Tarbell is doing so brilliantly these days: Howard Barnhart at http://www.barnhartart.com/ JT Paasch is getting high Cathedral scores in theology and Flash generic programming at http://www.absconditus.com/blog/ Paul Prudence at http://dataisnature.com/ and http://www.slightspace.com/ and http://futurefeeder.com/ seems a good […]
Maand: augustus 2005
NKdeE Introduction update
Update to the Starter file at the Cathedral [Written @ the Cathedral:] – I’m trying to build a game here, the Cathedral Game. It’s going to take a long time, because i can only work on it in my spare time. The purpose of the Game is very complicated and mysterious as well as utterly […]
Digital collage(the case for object disoriented programming) by Colin Beardon Interesting overview albeit, imho, with some lacking or insufficient conclusions:– digital collage needs to address the fundamental concepts of computing (OK4dv)– digital objects need to be disruptive (not_entirely_OK4dv: digital _processes_ need to disrupt conceptual objects)– “the Digital Bauhaus needs to be dirty!” (certainly_notOK4dv: it’s another […]
[New]Barok: Studies in Nomadic Information, Nomadic Observations of Beauty aha: first signs of serious interest in folding matters!