The web is such a valuable thing. So how do you protect what’s valuable? Well, you make copies. And going and printing it out is kind of an interesting, wacko project. It’s innately crowdsourced, and ‘by us, for us’. And that is the nature of Aaron Swartz.
A huge shout out to the thousands who contributed to Printing out the Internet at LABOR in Mexico City.
A complete list can be found here.
Composer James Whittle’s musical composition inspired by Printing Out The Internet. “this piece gets more magical every time someone writes ill of it” (2013) (by James Whittle)
Paper companies are not clear cutting national forests to make paper, and most use trees planted for the express purpose of making paper, and after harvest they plant more trees.
A reading of the very first page of the internet.
We have begun our marathon group reading of the entire internet, beginning with the very first page and ending with the very last. Poet Jessica Diaz kicked it off at LABOR in Mexico City on July 26, 2013. The readings will continue until we’ve read the whole thing.