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Evan and tbx are ff00ff’ing Paris’ most precious tech venue LA CANTINE, aka the crib of Mark Zuckerberg. Register now @ La Catine!

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Join FAT artists Evan Roth and Tobias Leingruber at La Cantine where they will present technology based creative projects that exist at the cross section of open source and popular culture.
They will discuss their own work, as well as that of the Free Art & Technology Lab, an online hacker space experimenting with humor, activism, free culture and popular media. The presentations will be conducted primarily in English (sorry) and start at 7pm. Free Hip Hop and beer while supplies last!

Call:

We are also looking for other artists and hackers interested in open source fun that would be interested in giving short 10 minute presentations. Email project URLs to info@fffff.at

And thanks alot to our great partner Silicon Sentier to make this event possible!!

Posted on September 14, 2010

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Hacker friend Paul Rouget created an online application for converting .gml data from text to image (and back again) via drag’n’drop.
Save your .gml data as images!

As part of the GML Week Part 2 we’re releasing this code today, maybe it inspires you to create something crazy based on it. Copyleft!

Website: http://www.graffitimarkuplanguage.com/gml2img/


This is how it looks like:

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Posted on September 4, 2010

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Earlier this year (pre iPad, pre Facebook Like Button and right after my swine flu) the awesome Andy Blue of Pirate Cat Radio 87.9 FM in SF interviewed me on FAT Lab, Firefox Add-ons, stickers, open source and activism. Tune in! (35 min)

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Gain maximum web credibility with FOXBLING.

Picture: Mozilla Legend Chris Hoffman, Nadine Freischlad, TBX, Sarah and Mozilla Evangelism Lead Chris Blizzard

Photo by Evan Roth

As seen in Berlin at the “Skate The Web” exhibit, at the “BLK River Festival” in Vienna and soon at Transmediale Berlin, SA, Feb.06 6 pieces edition 8cm + 6 pieces edition 4cm. Shoot me an email if you want one.

Of course, the vector file for laser action is “open source” and available on thingiverse.com/thing:1609
Special greetz to my homie “Laser” Martin Bauer of lasernlasern.de

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Posted on January 17, 2010

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