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Yearly Archives: 2007

Co-op Bar Comedy Night

The Co-op Bar at the Eyebeam: Source Code exhibition is coming to end, but before it concludes I’ve organized a Comedy Night with Charles Star and Eyebeam. There will be six comedians with Charles Star hosting.

* [Becky Donohue](http://beckydonohue.com/) | Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and Tough Crowd
* [Moody McCarthy](http://www.moodymccarthy.com/) | Last Comic Standing and Jimmy Kimmel Show
* [Mike Dobbins](http://mikedobbinscomedy.com) | Magnet Theater
* [Adam Wade](http://adamwade.com) | Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd, ESPN Classic, 2006 Grand Slam Champion at The Moth
* [Rachael Parenta](http://rparenta.blogspot.com) | justforlaughs.com
* [Charles Star](http://myspace.com/charles_star) | [Stay Free Daily](http://blog.stayfreemagazine.org/), Onion Network News
* and one more.

You should come. It’ll be fun.

Co-op Bar Comedy Night
Thursday August 9th at 8pm
at Eyebeam and free.

updated flyer

Eyebeam Fellowships Due Aug. 6

Eyebeam, where I have been fortunate enough to be doing a fellowship since November, is accepting applications for it’s 2007/2008 Fellowship Program. It’s a very collaborative environment where fellows and residents brainstorm and work together on projects on an almost daily basis. If you’re thinking about applying do it soon. From the call:

For all of the Fellowships we are seeking applications from artists, hackers, designers, engineers and creative technologists to come to Eyebeam for a year to undertake new research and develop new work. The ideal Fellow has experience working with and making innovative technological art and/or creative technology projects and has a passion for collaborative development. Fellows will bring this experience and working approach to their own independent projects, projects initiated by other Residents or Fellows and projects conceived collaboratively during the Fellowship period.

Read more on the Eyebeam Fellowship…

WhyTheyHate: The Source Code

WhyTheyHate: The Source Code is free software which loads random flickr images designated by a tag into a webpage. Steve Calderon and I wrote the code to create “WhyTheyHate.Us” and our code is released in the public domain. The other code we used is all licensed under the LGPL or PHP license.

You are invited to use the code to create other sites as technically simple, or far more more complex than WhyTheyHate.us, or adapt the code to fit your application.

More at github.