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Readoholic: E-books on Pd – Pure Data

03/16/2011

Arduino microprocessors could be programmed and used not only with a synonymous software, but with Pd – Pure Data and Max/Msp programs for graphical interface in audio & multimedia processing and interactive music usage.

Hence, I’ve decided to include in Readoholic few electronic books (and tutorials) about Pd – Pure Data, which is an open source project created and programmed by Miller Puckette (author of Max, too).

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Working flow in Pd – Pure Data

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Readoholic: OpenWear. Sustainability, Openness and P2P production in the world of fashion

01/25/2011

And here is the first e-book ‘OpenWear. Sustainability, Openness and P2P production in the world of fashion’ written by Bertram Niessen, Oleg Koefoed, Lise Skov, Zoe Romano, Alessandro Delfanti on the behalf of  last year’s established open source fashion and maker community Openwear.

Openwear gathers via its online space small fashion producers, makers, designers, stylists, students, interns, tailors, photographers, models, crafters, sewing cafes, silk-screen printers, fashion schools and others. The concept is based on shareable and open sourcing culture emphasizing DIY concepts .

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Readoholic: Abstract Hacktivism by Otto von Busch and Karl Palmås

01/25/2011

My next free e-book is AbstractHacktivism – The Making of Hacker Culture by Otto von Busch and Karl Palmås. A must book in every (e-)library.

If you’re trying to find some time for yourself,von Busch’s book ‘Post-script to Fashion-able, or a methodological appendix to activist design research‘ is also highly recommendable for winter days. Enjoy good reading!

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Readoholic: Bionic Arduino Class

11/21/2010

Last year I shared here the book ‘Open Softwear – wearable computing using Arduino‘… Well, here is book published a bit earlier (2007) on Arduino processing titled Bionic Arduino Class by Tod E. Kurt aka todbot.

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Illustration above by todbot (c)
Illustration bellow by Narbotic (cc)

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Readoholic: Steve Lieber’s comic book Underground

11/6/2010

While I’m preparing myself for few interviews to be made in the afternoon at the Funny Comics Show, here is one recommended free comic by respectful comic book artist Steve Lieber in collaboration with Jeff Parker entitled Underground

I’ve stumbled on his comic while reading articles at Shareable portal, more precisely Malcolm Harris’s post ‘Pirates as Promoters: The Story of A Theft Gone Right‘ caught my eye…

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