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Working group exploring and building a better relationship between the internet, computing and people. Hosted by Jad & Prakhar.
A club for comics making aimed at building creative solidarity and exploring the medium. Weekly drawing + writing activities, discussion opportunities and a set of ongoing group projects <3
Come learn about crypto and cryptoeconomics, and maybe develop a fun dapp along the way. More study group than hype.
Introduction to the no-code tool landscape — we'll deconstruct popular internet businesses into their components, then show how these components could be made and assembled without coding.
A club for learning ancient languages. Every week we work through a lesson together in a fun, friendly setting. Learn about the cultures of the past in their own words, one language at a time.
A writing club where we learn by imitation. We'll each pick a Narcissus – an author we wish to Echo. We'll closely analyse (and even copy) their work, then write our own pieces using what we learn.
How might we help readers internalize complex ideas? Grow your toolkit of communication techniques. We'll explore a range of perspectives (e.g. metaphors, storytelling, non-linear formats).
Join fellow autodidacts to explore generative interdisciplinary questions and create public artifacts together, to leverage the web for building a career with more professional autonomy.
A peer cohort for propelling ambitious self-directed learning projects. Join for motivation, accountability, feedback, structure, clarity, and creative momentum. [EXPERIMENTAL]
Every week we will make a different confectionery together! We will try to focus on desserts with diverse origins. Halva, Baklava, Mochi, Flan, Sfenj, Mooncakes, Jalebis, Yuuuuuuuuum~
Identify bugs that consistently stop you from becoming a better version of yourself and then learn about frameworks/techniques helpful for resolution of those bugs.
Vitally important to human existence (and perhaps foundational to all matter) is the sea, of which we know relatively little. Take an imaginative deep dive into this space through literature.
Join to build a consistent newsletter practice. We'll each create a system for writing and publishing, talk tools and platforms, share feedback, and get comfortable writing in public together.
A reading group exploring queer ecology — practices that center interrelationships and challenge binaries and hierarchies in sex, gender, ability, species-relations, conservation, and politics.
We'll go on tours via scavenger hunt through the virtual collections of world-class art museums.