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Re: AntHillHacks - July 18-26

From: Benjamin Young <bigbluehat@hypothes.is>
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2015 12:25:45 -0400
Message-ID: <CAE3H5FKeCrSSh7-CxJohGzEgXg5+1sBP3iQiwc8qxMSekLOsvw@mail.gmail.com>
To: TB Dinesh <dinesh@servelots.com>
Cc: Web Annotation <public-annotation@w3.org>
If I could be in two places at once, one of me would be here. :)

I encourage anyone interested in annotation or a future for the Web that
doesn't rely on an "always on" Internet connection to attend, build stuff,
and report back with copious notes.

Thank you, Dinesh, for making this happen.

On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 10:59 AM, TB Dinesh <dinesh@servelots.com> wrote:

> A brief report on our earlier Annotation meet up in Istanbul is here:
> http://wiki.janastu.org/Annotatist_Post
> AnthillHacks is starting this Saturday, and I would like to announce it
> here.
> If you are in Bangalore area, you may want to physically come and do
> some Annotations.
> The event encourages living together and using the location as the
> source of annotations.
> The A in ANT is for Annotations. More on this at j.mp/myhill
> This also means that I will be off the grid on the 22nd and will be
> missing the meeting.
> anthillhacks.net #anthillhacks, #anthax
> When: July 18-26 2015
> Where: Devarayana Durga (DD) Hills, near Bangalore, India
> fb: facebook.com/anthillhacks ; poster: j.mp/anthillposter
> Imagine groups of people from different domains living together for a
> period of time... The location itself brings about an intermingling of
> thought-systems that would not have interacted otherwise. This
> inspires collaborations giving birth to eye-opening new productions
> and curation of existing narratives and annotations of real world
> objects at the location.
> AntHill is a metaphor for the world of structure and complexity that
> exists just beneath the surface of everything around us.
> We look forward to considering some of the outcome in future
> discussions here. For example,
> we have been "porting" our annotation/sweet tools to be able to work
> with out Internet and for a low-literate context where even asking for
> a password entry means loosing "customers"
> -dinesh
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