I generally appreciate what you have recounted and I especially underscore
your final paragraph, which by the way. sort of addresses my wrapping it
up project (has been unsuccessful in grant funding) and remains out of
reach as an realizable soundwork project. I have been conceptually working
through this with friends. Ideally it's in realtime and interactive. From
person-to-person, who upon achieving UTC-based timing, results in outflow
signals which are to be conjoined with Lat/Long syncing via mesh network.
Contributing participants- in the multiplexing of their collective data
would used xyz U(tc) film sensors- and rely on the final mix down using the
Arduino and XBee RF modules for netout purposes. The four data files are
run through a audio editing software for compressing all into one final
file that can be uploaded to Sound Cloud-as ongoing audio and video
documentations-and being the basis for renewed funding.. Overall
communicating uses wikis throughout the project. Specific partnering .be
workshops would be relied upon. Sooo, trouble shoot construction and
software issues, and yet, conceptually-related net(s) remain a challenge
considering adjacent to/with what/who?
On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 3:50 PM, roger malina <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ave Everitt
> Submitted on 2011/11/24 at 3:05 pm
> I'd say if a network doesn't self-organise via unmonitored and
> sustained communication between individuals, it isn't a network but a
> managed structure. I'd also argue that you can only asses what kind of
> network it is by analysing the interactions between participants/nodes
> quantitatively and that, retrospectively once the network is running
> I also wonder how self-organising networks survive within
> institutional structures which are typically hierarchical and often
> status-based with a strong management and administrative remit, as
> well as a need for institutional promotion. It seems from my
> observations that individuals who respond to each other tend to
> by-pass or work around their institutional frameworks in order to
> connect, although they are obviously need to frame their interactions
> in a manner that their supporting institutions can recognise.
> I'd see the main issue of interest is how as sustained relationships
> often cut across or ignore institutional initiatives: if the latter
> want to respond to or foster these self-organising networks, perhaps
> they could support advocates who are *already connected*, watch how
> they work, and *really listen* to what they need in order to continue.
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