Interesting Link Round-Up 11/5/2015
Published November 5th, 2015
Internet Archaeology: Internet Archaeology seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture.
The Psychonaut Field Manual: A comic book guide to chaos magick created by Bluefluke.
Scientific American – What is the Sex of 17?: New research suggests that our tendency to see gender everywhere even applies to abstract ideas such as numbers. Across cultures, people see odd numbers as male and even numbers as female.
TV Tropes – Zeerust: Something — a character design, a building, whatever — used to be someone’s idea of futuristic. Nowadays, though, it ironically has a quaint sort of datedness to it more reminiscent of the era the work came from.
The Uses of Literacy by Jeremy Deller: Deller advertised in the music paper Melody Maker for material from fans of the Welsh band The Manic Street Preachers. The work consists of an informal ‘display’ of paintings, collages, drawings, books, poetry and ephemera donated by the fans.