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Rhizome.org

People who websurf constantly and like art sites would likely like this well-established techie art site. http://rhizome.org As for me, I’m liking this Regine Debatty site. Man she’s good. The first time I came across “we-make-money-not-art” I thought that Regine had to be at least 30 or 40 people. http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/

People who websurf constantly and like art sites would likely like
this well-established techie art site.

http://rhizome.org

As for me, I’m liking this Regine Debatty site. Man she’s good.
The first time I came across “we-make-money-not-art” I thought
that Regine had to be at least 30 or 40 people.

http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/

  • Eric says:

    If your cruising for online/interactive/reactive art then furtherfield is a good place to start too.

    http://www.furtherfield.org

    My other favorite super-prolific blogger (who you’ve probably already heard of) is Nicolas Nova at Pasta & Vinegar.

  • Turbulence says:

    you’ll enjoy networked_performance too: http://turbulence.org/blog

  • I’m quite the Nicolas Nova fan. I just met him this year in Switzerland. He’s
    on top of his game.

  • regine says:

    thanks a lot. and i agree with the comments: nicolas nova’s block rocks!

  • Anybody who’s into digital culture and art probably knows all these sites, but another favorite of mine is Eyebeam’s reBlog. They rotate in guest bloggers, and the current editor is Yury Gitman of MagicBike fame, a bike-mounted WiFi access point (I wrote about it here).

  • Martijn says:

    This techie art site is growing rapidly:
    http://www.freshcreation.nl

  • nicolas says:

    thanks for the nice comments on Pasta and V. ;)

    Few good resources among others:

    http://socialfiction.org/
    http://www.technovelgy.com/
    http://serendip.epfl.ch/Chevilly1/ (a 91 years old blogger from switzerland)