neil jenkins
Since the beginning
Works in Bristol United States of America

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BIO
networked technology as a focal point for (live) creative discourse, production and events. online studio and host spaces for collaborative projects

http://www.devoid.co.uk/
http://www.furtherfield.org/
http://www.furtherstudio.org/
http://www.herenorthere.org/
http://www.visitorsstudio.org/
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DISCUSSION

turfwar


http://www.banksy.co.uk/turfwar/
graffiti, stencils, slogans and live animals

DISCUSSION

floating away in the summer breeze...


final call for participation

where r u ? where would u like 2 b ?
http://www.herenorthere.org/

DISCUSSION

where r u?


Here nor There invite you to participate in "where r u ?"

please respond to the question:
"where r u ? where would u like 2 b ?"
at http://www.herenorthere.org

responses will be launched at sunset from the banks
of the River Avon, during the boat trip on July 13th.
'a space of the imagination' between cultures & locations..
aboard the Tower Belle from Bristol Harbourside
along the Avon to Beese's Tea Gardens.

from collective resources comes collective authorship and collective
product
http://www.herenorthere.org

DISCUSSION

rules for revolutionaries


http://216.239.37.100/search?qEche:62jIsPFjqN0J:www.garage.com/
bootcamp/singapore/
Garage_Rules.pdf+This+telephone+has+too+many+shortcomings+to+be+seriousl
y+considered+as+a+means+of+communication.+This+device+is+inherently+of+n
o+value+to+us&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

DISCUSSION

Re: Bell tolling for PNG graphics format


really interesting article..

it was only recently, whilst installing The Gimp, that i discovered
that the LZW compression used was a proprietry format and required an
extension - to be used only in countries not covered by the unysys
patent (!) - however, the non-commercial/profit nature of the gimp
implies that this should not be a problem anywhere else either (see
http://www.wingimp.org/faq.php?conid and
http://lpf.ai.mit.edu/Patents/Gif/unisys.html )

would be interested to hear of any (attempted) prosecutions for
infringment - anyone ? takes me back to the days when Yves Piguet's
GifBuilder was about as sophisticated as it got (and image crunching
competitions seemed to be geek de rigueur) wonder if the patent is one
of the reasons it's no longer available at download.com

btw.. did the png ever *really* take off ? I never really used them as
compatibility seemed a problem, but that was a while ago i guess...

neil

gifbuilder
On Monday, June 9, 2003, at 02:31 pm, t.whid wrote:

> http://news.com.com/2102-1032_3-1014236.html?tag=ni_print
>
>
> story regarding PNG format and what the expiration of the GIF patent
> means for it.
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> </twhid>
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