Petervan's Delicacies

By Peter Vander Auwera

Petervan's Delicacies - Issue #157

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Petervan's Delicacies

December 21 · Issue #157 · View online

Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory.


The previous edition is already 3 months old! Here is some fresh harvest. Also some new or fine-tuned categories. Hope you like it. Happy holidays, and warmest regards, Petervan.

The very best
A World Ordered Only By Search
Cultural Revolutions
Breaking the Rules of Foresight
Coordination Headwind - How Organizations Are Like Slime Molds
There Is No Digital World
Metamoney - by David G.W. Birch - In the future, everyone will be famous for 15Mb
On Industrialization: A Technology-Driven Path to the Next Generation Organization
Resilience Tech Report 2022 Preview / Web Summit 2021
The First Terraforming - by Venkatesh Rao - Ribbonfarm Studio
Here’s to the Real World!. Musings on whether a virtual reality or… | by Rudy Rucker | Dec, 2021 | Medium
The Pirate Codes. Thoughts on the floating democracy of… | by Steven Johnson | Dec, 2021 | stevenberlinjohnson
Cities Are The Future - by David G.W. Birch
Through a Scanner, Darkly - by Venkatesh Rao - Ribbonfarm Studio
Systems thinking, transition and the city: a dérive | by Philippe Vandenbroeck | Dec, 2021 | Medium
The Terraforming 2022: Reading List — Strelka Mag
Paying Dues – Mikel Cirkus
A City Is a City — Against the metaphorization of data | by Everest Pipkin | Sep, 2021 | Medium
How to Stay Creative to the End of Your Life | by Christopher P Jones | Sep, 2021 | Medium
BANI versus VUCA: a new acronym to describe the world - Stephan Grabmeier
Data and Society
China lists 100 topics citizens can't include in online vids • The Register
Do mountains matter in digital sovereignty? | by swardley | Nov, 2021 | Medium
Digital ID tech is moving fast. #GoodID will ensure it doesn’t break things – TechCrunch
Kids who grew up with search engines could change STEM education forever - The Verge
Three Governments enabling digital identity interoperability | by Heather Vescent | In Present Tense | Oct, 2021 | Medium
Personal data servers will help take back digital ID from big tech | WIRED UK
Zeitgeist
Escape from Planet Florida
Innovation
Prime Movers Lab | Breakthrough Science Roadmap
Flash Forest - Commercial Pilots and Demonstrations of Rapid Drone Reforestation Technology
Flash Forest - Commercial Pilots and Demonstrations of Rapid Drone Reforestation Technology
Researchers create an optical ‘transistor’ with incredible computational power | by Faisal Khan | Technicity | Oct, 2021 | Medium
Dolby Atmos and Apple’s rewritten audio stack – Scobleizer
Announcing Orbital Reef - Your Address in Orbit
Announcing Orbital Reef - Your Address in Orbit
Apple’s Long Journey to the M1 Pro Chip | by Steven Sinofsky | Oct, 2021 | Learning By Shipping
Tesla AI Day 2021 Review — Part 3: Project Dojo. Tesla’s New Supercomputer | by Alberto Romero | Oct, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Future of work
AI and the Future of Work: What We Know Today
The Future of Work is Not Corporate — It's DAOs and Crypto Networks | Future
The effects of remote work on collaboration among information workers | Nature Human Behaviour
Internet Culture
Beyond Metcalfe’s Law for Network Effects, and Towards a Better Model | Future
In the Pursuit of Knowledge, There Be Dragons | by danah boyd | Oct, 2021 | Medium
FinTech, crypto and other distortions
Super-App | No Mercy / No Malice
The End Of Money Is Nigh - by David G.W. Birch - In the future, everyone will be famous for 15Mb
The Future Of Money: A Complete Revolution | by Matt Harris | Ideas from Bain Capital Ventures | Oct, 2021 | Medium
China's 6 state owned banks part of M-CBDC Bridge SWIFT replacement - Ledger Insights - enterprise blockchain
Klarna rolls out BNPL browser extension
This time it's different
Anthemis Group Closes $230 Million SPAC to Transform the Financial Services Industry | by Amy Nauiokas | Anthemis Insights | Nov, 2021 | Medium
New Decoupled Debit – Affirm/Plaid/Marqeta – Noyes Payments Blog
Crypto could cause 2008-level meltdown, Bank of England official warns
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Beethoven X: The Intelligence of Bodies • VAN Magazine
How AI21 Labs Wants to Reimagine the Way We Read and Write | by Alberto Romero | Towards Data Science
AI-Savvy Criminals Clone Executive's Voice in $35 Million Deepfake Bank Heist
The Future of Images Is ‘Trust Nothing’ | by Lance Ulanoff | Oct, 2021 | OneZero
This Robot Walks, Flies, Skateboards, Slacklines
This Robot Walks, Flies, Skateboards, Slacklines
Will AI Bring Plentitude Or Further Imperil The Planet? - NOEMA
ADOP: Approximate Differentiable One-Pixel Point Rendering (old video)
ADOP: Approximate Differentiable One-Pixel Point Rendering (old video)
Web3
An Engineer's Hype-Free Observations on Web3 (and its Possibilities)
10 Highlights From Messari’s Prodigious ‘Crypto Theses for 2022’ | by Lou Kerner | Quantum Economics | Dec, 2021 | Medium
A deep dive into how Puma Browser is using Web3 protocols | by Amber Case | Oct, 2021 | Medium
Why web 3.0 communities are a big deal? | by Rohit Malekar | Nov, 2021 | UX Collective
The current state of web3. web3 by the numbers | by Tanay Jaipuria | Nov, 2021 | Medium
DAOs, A Canon - Future
The Father of Web3 Wants You to Trust Less
Jumping into Web3
A visual guide to decentralization | New_ Public Magazine
Does the W3C Still Believe in Tim Berners-Lee’s Vision of Decentralization?
How NFTs Will Kill Netflix. The Balkanization of media will… | by Douglas Rushkoff | Nov, 2021 | OneZero
Meta and other verses
Adobe Aero + XRPANET = Aeroverse
Adobe Aero + XRPANET = Aeroverse
The Man, the Myth, and the Metaverse | WIRED
Digital Ethics
We are Google and Amazon workers. We condemn Project Nimbus | Anonymous Google and Amazon workers | The Guardian
‘Dystopian world’: Singapore patrol robots stoke fears of surveillance state | Singapore | The Guardian
Masks/Defence/Hiding
Nuclear Biscuit | Princeton Science & Global Security
biscuit teaser
Post Capitalism
Drip Is the New Drop. From buying to collecting to ownership | by Ana Andjelic | Nov, 2021 | Marker
Exponential Tech Doesn’t Serve Social Good | by Douglas Rushkoff | Oct, 2021 | OneZero
Weird (Cyber)Space
The Drink - Blender Short
The Drink - Blender Short
Delirious Departures (trailer) on Vimeo
Delirious Departures (trailer) on Vimeo
Art related
白い迷宮
白い迷宮
Matthew Biederman, Marko Peljhan, Star Valley (Sirius) | STARTS Prize ’21 | Bozar
Matthew Biederman, Marko Peljhan, Star Valley (Sirius) | STARTS Prize ’21 | Bozar
Curator Helen Little about David Hockney | Interview | Bozar
Norman Foster: Striving for Simplicity | Louisiana Channel
Dials between Artisanship and Art with Anita Porchet | Audemars Piguet
Dials between Artisanship and Art with Anita Porchet | Audemars Piguet
Masculinities: Liberation through Photography
Masculinities: Liberation through Photography
Friends from Academy
Academie Gent - Free Sculpt 2 - Nimue Deprest - Digitale Beeldende Kunst
Academie Gent - Free Sculpt 2 - Nimue Deprest - Digitale Beeldende Kunst
Lichtfestival Gent 2021 - Mécaniques Discursives - Fred Penelle & Yannick Jacquet
Lichtfestival Gent 2021 - Mécaniques Discursives - Fred Penelle & Yannick Jacquet
Aesthetics
Ego, a sculpture designed by Studio Drift for Dutch opera L’Orfeo
Ego, a sculpture designed by Studio Drift for Dutch opera L’Orfeo
MAKING OF | EGO by DRIFT
at expo 2020 dubai, an 'intelligence forest' is 3D printed at the spain pavilion
【4K】Spain Pavilion | EXPO 2020 Dubai | #spain #español #españa #expo2020 #dubai | Jhigz Ortua
Music/Sound
Whispering Sons - Several Others (Live)
Whispering Sons - Several Others (Live)
Bolis Pupul "Moon Theme" (DEEWEE TEEVEE Performance Video)
Bolis Pupul "Moon Theme" (DEEWEE TEEVEE Performance Video)
For real nerds
Artist Hides Clever And Funny Signs Around His City For People To Find (30 Pics) Interview With Artist
Other
Puffer Fish Constructs A Masterpiece of Love - BBC Earth
Puffer Fish Constructs A Masterpiece of Love - BBC Earth
In memoriam
I lost a good friend. About 20 years ago, Kim introduced me to his 7 Laws of Identity and to the concept of verified credentials. My understanding of digital identity changed forever. Eternal gratitude, Kim. Rest in peace.
Rest in Peace, Kim Cameron
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