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Re: AntHillHacks - July 18-26

From: S Uskudarli <suzan.uskudarli@boun.edu.tr>
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2015 19:39:44 +0300
Message-ID: <CAPY+6oizTOXr8p50-4j3BWdnxFZagJRZR2Ecm+gH4GfeKfitKw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Benjamin Young <bigbluehat@hypothes.is>
Cc: TB Dinesh <dinesh@servelots.com>, Web Annotation <public-annotation@w3.org>
I'll second Benjamin's observations.

Also, absolutely love the call for participation poster and all. Definitely
worth following the link and taking a look at the call. Quite some art

Awaiting for reports from the field.


On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 7:25 PM, Benjamin Young <bigbluehat@hypothes.is>

> 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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