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ELO Salon - Shared screen with speaker view
Johannah Rodgers
01:57
www.dnanovel.com
Johannah Rodgers
02:33
Agenda and Instructions for today’s session:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZHv-g6OVus5orDeQ5s9bi4zYQABYElVD9KfdLMJuMnk/edit?usp=sharing
Johannah Rodgers
07:18
Agenda and Instructions for today’s session: 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZHv-g6OVus5orDeQ5s9bi4zYQABYElVD9KfdLMJuMnk/edit?usp=sharing
Deena Larsen
13:28
DNA is a networked fiction and digital literacies project set in the year 2075, in a dystopic future where genetic clones are commonplace and the unique identity of any individual is protected only by tacit consent. Made up of five separate but interconnected storyworlds, DNA’s main narrative depicts a year in the life of a clone who begins plotting to take on the identity of one of his "code partners" and includes a series of hyperlinks to real and fictional Wikipedia entries that provide a peek into the dystopic future of economic, agricultural, cultural, social, and political systems. Introduced by a frame narrative explaining how the messages were discovered, DNA asks readers to construct their own unique reading path through digital artifacts both inside and outside of the project and through that process raises numerous questions about the relationships between real and fictional constructions of reality and the boundaries between fact(s) and fiction(s).
Deena Larsen
19:40
ONe minor usability twitch--the boxes have numbers, but you can only access the link in the box from the upper, unmarked portion of the box.
Deena Larsen
25:14
https://digital.sciencehistory.org/collections/6w924c45h is absolutely gorgeous. I think that if we had been explsed to elements in a spiral, all of our thinking would be in a spiral as well...
Deena Larsen
26:42
A contemporary fo the 1972 Data Act privacy is an environmental impact statement that wanted to place a football field size, 10 story building to hold the computers needed for control towers.
Lyle Skains
38:30
I made a copy of the Google docs template for us to edit: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XsRsvD__wz4PWtWFpNnug1DJ4p6dnchKhvYbZMB68uI/edit?usp=sharing
Johannah Rodgers
38:39
Thanks, Lyle!
Deena Larsen
45:44
On it Lyle, thanks!
Kirill Azernyi
01:16:27
Joannes Truyens
Deena Larsen
01:16:52
https://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/JoannesTruyens/896128/
Deena Larsen
01:17:12
Hi there! I'm a writer and narrative designer working on Neurocracy, a sci-fi interactive/hypertext fiction. It's a near-future story told entirely through the Wikipedia of that future, making use of all the narrative avenues afforded by the format of a web-based encyclopedia
Lyle Skains
01:17:43
Typing this in chat so I don’t forget. What if we combined this idea with your Fundamentals renewal? A wiki that introduces people to elit in this fun and creative way, and links to existing works and collections.
Lyle Skains
01:17:51
(Your = Deena)
Deena Larsen
01:18:12
Oh that would be fun! I still need to get on that!!
Deena Larsen
01:19:37
Johannah, you should actually write this as a serious paper for the next ELO conference!!
Deena Larsen
01:27:46
Memrister
Deena Larsen
01:28:03
A memristor (named as a portmanteau of memory and resistor) is a non-volatile electronic memory device that was first theorized by Leon Ong Chua in 1971 as the fourth fundamental two-terminal circuit element following the resistor, the capacitor, and the inductor (IEEE Transactions on Circuit Theory, "Memristor-The ...
Deena Larsen
01:28:14
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memristor
Deena Larsen
01:30:22
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Deena Larsen
01:32:18
December 8th ELO archives with Dene at 11 am EST
Richard Holeton
01:35:45
speaking of writing about fictional works: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Perfect_Vacuum
Richard Holeton
01:36:50
Stanislaw Lem’s “Fictitious criticism of nonexisting books”
Richard Holeton
01:36:59
Fantastic