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Libre Graphics Meeting 2016

Posted by by admin on 27 April, 2016 in Uncategorized

This year’s Libre Graphics Meeting was organised by Lara Blazic with LGM and the Software Sustainability Group at Westminster University’s School of Media Arts & Design. The London LGM was buzzy with a really friendly atmosphere – we had a lot of fun. The Westminster Venue was great with light, airy open spaces and well-equppped breakouts. Fossbox’ Paula Graham-Gazzard
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Starting from Values Showcase

Posted by by admin on 9 April, 2015 in Uncategorized

Fossbox is Community Co-Investigator in Starting From Values: Evaluating Intangible Legacies, a research collaboration led by the Brighton University Sustainability Group and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council exploring how we can use our own ethical values as a basis to measure the legacies of Connected Communities projects in a way which is meaningful to the communities themselves.
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Sex & Security Workshops

Posted by by admin on 6 April, 2015 in Uncategorized

Practical and discussion workshops 7 March and 22 March for activists, artists, designers, makers — with Furtherfield and Autonomous Tech Fetish. Visit our Meetup Group to join. The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) is heralded as a quantum leap in economy, society, culture and government — yet most people outside of the tech and creative industries struggle to get
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ATF Open Day

Posted by by admin on 6 March, 2015 in Uncategorized

Fossbox will be giving free advice on open technologies, privacy and security at the Autonomous Tech open day at the Common House, Bethnal Green, 7 March 11am. As part of the Common House, ATF is looking to work with different groups to affirm the technological autonomy of political activism, helping it overcome surveillance and control.
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The mechanised Heart?

Posted by by admin on 4 March, 2015 in Uncategorized

22 March for activists, artists, designers, makers with Furtherfield and Autonomous Tech Fetish. Visit our Meetup Group to join the day. Programme here. The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) and ‘Future Cities’ are heralded as a quantum leap in economy, society, culture and government. As the digital domain begins to bleed into our ordinary, physical surroundings, the government is
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