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Open source hardware puts pollution data in the hands of the crowd - by me for Nature http://www.nature.com/news/environmental-science-pollution-patrol-1.16654
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Sculpting the relationship between our environmental awareness and climate change using ice, water and Twitter http://katausten.wordpress.com/2015/01/06/not-waving-but-globally-drowning/ for New Atlantis, an immersive theatre show opening on the 19th January in London http://enlightenmentcafe.co.uk
Not waving but globally drowning
Not waving but globally drowning
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Not waving but globally drowning: sculpting the relationship of environmental awareness and climate change with water, ice and Twitter
Not waving but globally drowning
Not waving but globally drowning
katausten.wordpress.com
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Orwell, Afghanistan and anarchy - an essay on perspective
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I'm exhibiting at Open Knowledge Festival this week. Keep your eyes open for some guerrilla art along with Flows/Flujos http://ow.ly/zadle
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Hi guys, I just wrote up some thoughts on interdisciplinarity from my trip to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting last week. Would love to hear your thoughts:
Mixing disciplines is a clear necessity, but do we need art? http://katausten.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/mixing-disciplines-is-clear-necessity-but-do-we-need-art/ … #science #art #nobel #interdisciplinarity

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When you order computers in the post they can be intercepted and have little spy chips put in them.

When you visit your favourite websites, the NSA can send a Trojan down the line to your computer. This stuff is dark.

http://katausten.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/new-nsa-leaks-reveal-spyware-can-be-implanted-in-your-tech-en-route-for-delivery/
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Video art: 101 2013. This year, I took 1 minute and 1 second out every now and then, to record moments of import. Sometimes the importance derived from how beautiful these mundane moments were, sometimes how exhilarating, or how peaceful - a look at the complexity of our existence and a comment on value.
 http://katausten.wordpress.com/videos/
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