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Sep 30 '14
analyzing artists that reblog each others work in the glitchgifs network. each reblog=1arrow. this goes back about 200 posts!


note: size of names doesn’t mean anything…just means that the name is shorter and fits in the bubble easier…

analyzing artists that reblog each others work in the glitchgifs network. each reblog=1arrow. this goes back about 200 posts!

note: size of names doesn’t mean anything…just means that the name is shorter and fits in the bubble easier…

Sep 28 '14
doing some data analysis on the glitchart community
this is the result of pulling 40 posts from glitchgifs, then looking at the sources of the posts, and then pulling 40 posts from all original source blogs, and then plotting those as a network.
  so in the network, you can see nodes that point to themselves (loops) which are primarily people that post original content and don’t reblog much (lechedemipalo,stallio,etc), and the other cliques (like sofachips) are probably people that make and reblog content
this is really only a small amount of data used, i could have scraped way more post data, but then i would have had to do more adjustments to the visualization to accomodate more data!
here’s source code https://gist.github.com/cmdcolin/df605dc680780bb0480c

doing some data analysis on the glitchart community

this is the result of pulling 40 posts from glitchgifs, then looking at the sources of the posts, and then pulling 40 posts from all original source blogs, and then plotting those as a network.

  so in the network, you can see nodes that point to themselves (loops) which are primarily people that post original content and don’t reblog much (lechedemipalo,stallio,etc), and the other cliques (like sofachips) are probably people that make and reblog content

this is really only a small amount of data used, i could have scraped way more post data, but then i would have had to do more adjustments to the visualization to accomodate more data!

here’s source code https://gist.github.com/cmdcolin/df605dc680780bb0480c

Sep 25 '14
the volume settings folder - Haroma (Haroma)

tvsfolder:

Haroma.

this is the busiest time of my life: my ending student career is fading into the working one, pretty fast. that said, I just can’t keep away from my instruments.

so here is the first of a series of long, raw, barely-properly-mastered live Improvs made at night. expect more in the next months, until Folder #04 is ready. and maybe some other stuff. the volume settings folder.

Sep 19 '14
Sep 19 '14
video mixing with static

video mixing with static

Sep 19 '14

those photos are pretty sweet huh. straight off the usb man

Tags: not dead yet
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