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96a11d13993bc272000f7c51af6f18f60ccd9e27 — Devine Lu Linvega 1 year, 2 months ago 14140fd
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@@ 59,7 59,7 @@ TEXT At sea, a boat is an island.
		the perfect place to conduct experiments.
	Our aim is to not rely on the grid, and to minimize the use of complex systems
		realized that things like water/waste treatment, food conservation...
		...are not solved problems. 
		...are not solved problems.
		saw just how little exploration there was in decentralized solutions
	An ideal vessel would be a closed system
			in which resources are mostly re-used, and fed back into the system.


@@ 102,7 102,7 @@ HEAD What are`computers`for?
			imagine all that will be lost.
	What will we remember of our way of life

NAME [toy] no waste in nature
NAME [toy] waste in lifestyle
FILL 03
GOTO auto
PICT media/cycle.tga


@@ 111,8 111,7 @@ MODE 05
HEAD There is no`waste in`nature

	There is no waste in nature
	Nature never attemps to separate animals from plants, always raises mixed crops
		vegetables and animal wastes are converted into humus.
	Nature never attemps to separate animals from plants
		we are the only animal that deliberately mixes water with our own waste.
			and that does this in fresh water
			insane considering that less than 3% of the planet's water is fresh water


@@ 120,8 119,10 @@ HEAD There is no`waste in`nature
		composting toilets is decentralized, requires no water
			creates a value product (fertilizer)
	Waste has become a form of status, dominance over nature
	Each year, governments around the world pour around half a trillion dollars into artificially lowering the price of fossil fuels
		more than triple what renewables receive... so we can afford to be remain wasteful.
	Each year, governments around the world pour around half a trillion dollars into
		artificially lowering the price of fossil fuels
		more than triple what renewables receive...
		so we can afford to be remain wasteful.

NAME [toy] no waste in tech
FILL 03


@@ 186,7 187,7 @@ PICT media/nowind.tga
GOTO 04,07
HEAD Go with the wind,`not against it.

	Sailors especially benefit from doing things slowly. 
	Sailors especially benefit from doing things slowly.
	A boat rises and falls with the tide
		carried or made to go slow by the current,
		the wind decides when it can fly, how fast, and where.


@@ 257,7 258,7 @@ HEAD Diversity and resilience
	The connections between people and nature are becoming dangerously oversimplified
		and technological.
	Viruses can attack a single crop, or a single computer architecture.
		Diversity distributes the surface of attack.
		Diversity distributes the surface of attack and creates resilience
	The more services, or resources are centralized,
		the more power is concentrated into fewer hands
		and more easily taken over


@@ 281,7 282,7 @@ GOTO 17,05
HEAD Go slow, take the world in.

	Slow travel stretches time
		Makes world appear bigger, 
		Makes world appear bigger,
		Gives time to observe details
		To move slowly is to live from one revelation to another,
		Things unexpected, always of interest, often wonderful.


@@ 295,7 296,7 @@ HEAD Go slow, take the world in.
		Color of the sky, the direction of wind, and the temperature
			All give clear signs,
			When read correctly, possible to know what's coming
	Only when spending enough time in a place, an ecosystem, 
	Only when spending enough time in a place, an ecosystem,
		can we understand how things interact
		everything plays together constantly
	We can all benefit from greater attention to place


@@ 362,20 363,20 @@ HEAD Human scale
			Which is silly, made me lose confidence
			Did start to do web again
			I realized websites dont have to be complex
				but looking at the code behind most websites these days, 
				but looking at the code behind most websites these days,
				you wouldn't believe it
	If its too hard for ppl to teach themselves
		we may never get to hear their ideas
			everyone experiences the world differently
			Ideas from a diversity of ppl gives a broader lens
			Which in turn potential to make art, software and the web better
	Important that anyone can continue to participate in the development of the web, and of software	
		Can do that by focusing on making it lean, and small. 
	Important that anyone can continue to participate in the development of the web, and of software
		Can do that by focusing on making it lean, and small.
		Human scale.
			so ppl can learn by example
	I'm going to take a moment to explain what livecoding is:
	If coming to show tomorrow, 
		there is livecoding performance, 
	If coming to show tomorrow,
		there is livecoding performance,
		livecoding is done using a program to construct melodies in real time.
		Music is produced digitally, but is improvisional.
		It's a more tactile way of performing with a laptop in font of an audience


@@ 402,7 403,7 @@ HEAD Computers`for art`and`for play
		"I do not see that computers are bringing us one step nearer to anything that
		does matter to me: peace, economic justice, ecological health, political honesty,
		family and community stability, good work.
	The benefits of many modern technologies are illusory and that
	The benefits of many modern technologies are illusory and
		they undermine humans' self-sufficiency, freedom, and dignity.
	How do we pursue deeper, more meaningful lives in a world that seems designed
		to dispossess and distract us.


@@ 438,13 439,13 @@ PICT media/garden.tga
GOTO 04,04
HEAD That which cannot be repaired`is already broken.

	*add connecting thread computation/biodivesity/play*
	Inspired from permaculture
	The abundance of digital storage and processing power has caused an explosion in
	wastefulness, which shows in things like ridiculous hardware requirements
		for computing even the most trivial tasks.
	There is a new movement in tech inspired from permaculture, called permacomputing
	Permacomputing aims at only using computing when it has a strengthening effect
		on ecosystems.
	For example:
	We've adapted our software around the limitations of our vessel
		instead of increasing its limits.
	We learn to appreciate these limits and think that they make our work better.