Check out, The Life & Death of an Internet Onion by Laurel Schwulst & her class
- Memorial Garden
- Overview of the DLL Sharing Session
- What to share?
- Next week i’ll give a Presentation Presentation
- Date and timing (in two weeks same time as last class)
- What to share?
- 2 Working groups, for sharing session and webzine
- Web concept, design, & coding
- Overview of the DLL Webzine
- Arena publishing review
- Working group
- DLL Feedback Typeform Survey Results Summary by Amber
- Breakout rooms for sharing and practice, for feedback & collaboration, for questions & explorations
- Glitch with Python text Input example, thanks Max!
- This sketch is a boilerplate for taking in a string of text, manipulating that text in Python on the backend, before returning it to the frontend to be displayed
- Overview of more Python resources, NLP, Grammar, Scraping
- Code Demo REQUESTS 🤡
Sharing Sessions: Digital Love Languages
An event to invite your friends to happening in 2 weeks on 8/18 1-4pm EDT & 8/19 5-8pm EDT
- A celebration of having shared 10 weeks together, a goodbye <3
- An experience to share and express what digital love languages means to you and what it could mean to others. an expression of love languages shared digitally in and of itself
- A collective gift to those who are curious about what digital love languages are
Here is a message sent in slack from a student, Drey Jonathan, to fellow students durning Code Societies 2020
Notes on what to share
- Each person will have 5minutes to share something. This can include sharing your screen (slides! desktop cinema! photos! raw code!) or it can just be you speaking <3
- What you share can be something you already made (like a folder poem!) OR something else such as your reflections on what digital love languages means to you now
- Examples of things you could show / talk about:
- reflections on what digital love languages means to you now
- moments from the class that stood out to you, either in class or even conversations you’ve had about the class outside of the class itself
- notes on liberatory learning environments
- folder poem
- a gift you made for someone with code
- a hand coded website
- Learning / unlearning
- markov chain poetry, lyrics, weather reports, etc.
- Anti-racist computation
- It can be a group project or an individual project
- Start thinking/working on it now but know that all levels of ✨polish✨ are ok.
- again, what you share can be a discrete project or it can be a thoughtful reflection of your experiences of Digital Love Languages
- It can be an physical or digital thing you document, an object, a poem, a computer generated poem, a zine, a performance, an activity, a score
Here is a message Taeyoon shared with Code Societies students as they prepared for the showcase:
More Python Resources
- Natural Language Processing with SpaCy, notebook by Allison Parrish
- This notebook covers, parts of speech, proper noun extraction, lemmatizing words, word counts, and more!
- Python & Tracery, Notebook by Allison Parrish
- “A Tracery grammar is a series of rules that tell the computer how to put text together, piece by piece. Tracery grammars consist of a series of rules and expansions.” – Allison Parrish
- Web Scraping with Python, tutorials by Sam Lavigne
- Note, this tutorial runs Python in the terminal, not Jupyter, dm the stewards with questions if you have ’em!
Homework for next week ☼☽
☼ Continue thinking about and working on Code as a Gift and more generally what you would like to share for the Digital Love Languages Sharing Session. Feel free to continue adding notes and ideas here
☼ If you can, sign up for a one-on-one chat with Melanie on Sunday here! (if Sunday doesnt work and you want to try to find another time, dm in slack)
☼ Consider joining the Sharing Session working group or the Webzine working group!
Webzine Consent to Publish STEPS
- Go through this list of arena channels to be published in the webzine, https://www.are.na/digital-love-languages/digital-love-languages-webzine
- Find any blocks you created and check the titles, description for any edits you want to make before it is published
- Make sure you are credited by name when you want to be and anonymous when you want to be
- Find any blocks you add that you want to remain PRIVATE (not in the webzine) and follow the following steps:
- connect the block you want to be private to this channel
- check that the block is now in this channel
- finally, “remove the connection” of the block from it’s original channel