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Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #125

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An irregular, unpredictable, incoherent, unfocused set of mind-sparks. The last months, I have been
 

Petervan's Delicacies

October 16 · Issue #125 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.

An irregular, unpredictable, incoherent, unfocused set of mind-sparks. The last months, I have been very focused on a client project, so this edition of Delicacies is probably even more incoherent than previous ones. The fun IS in the incoherence! Have fun!

The very best
Charisma Neutrality
Exploring value - swardley - Medium
School of Noise
Data and Society
China’s social credit system isn’t about scoring citizens — it’s a massive API
How does a computer 'see' gender? | Pew Research Center
Zeitgeist
Human speech may have a universal transmission rate: 39 bits per second | Science | AAAS
Innovation
What is the new Apple U1 chip, and why is it important? - Quora
Internet Culture
THE PERSUADABLES on Vimeo
Fragments of the Mirror World – fqwimages
Digital Ethics
Surveillance Detection Scout
Art related
Winner of the Venice Biennale 2019 - Lithuanian Pavilion - INTERVIEW WITH THE ARTISTS
The beauty of twelve piano notes made visible on CymaScope
Interview with Mandy El-Sayegh on Vimeo
Aesthetics
How Architects Are Making Concrete Walls Look Like Crumpled Paper
Repetition - Max Cooper on Vimeo
Ann Demeulemeester Doesn’t Miss Fashion at All. She Has Other Plans. - The New York Times
For real nerds
Electron microscope slow-motion video of vinyl LP
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