This is a guest blog post by our summer fellow Miglena Minkova. Last week at LIL, I had the pleasure of running a pilot of git physical, the first part of a series of workshops aimed at introducing git to artists and designers through creative challenges. In this workshop I focused on covering the basics:… Read more »
Posts By: Anastasia Aizman
This is a guest post by our LIL interns — written by Zach Tan with help from Anna Bialas and Doyung Lee This week, LIL’s resident comic (and staff member) Brett Johnson taught a room full of LIL staff, interns, and fellows the finer intricacies of stand up comedy, which included the construction of a… Read more »
(This is a guest post by John Bowers, a student at Harvard College who is collaborating with us on the Entropy Project. John will be a Berktern here this Summer.) In last week’s LIL talk, team member and graduating senior Yunhan Xu shared some key findings from her prize-winning thesis “A Small Study of Epic… Read more »
Today Becky taught us about the lifetime of a star, and all of our minds were blown.
We started a weekly series where members and friends of the LIL team teach us about something they are interested in. Last Friday, Andy showed us how to make homemade mayo and aioli:
A protester throwing cookies at the parliament. Here are some things that caught our ear this fine Thursday at the International Internet Preservation Consortium web archiving conference: Tom Storrar at the UK Government Web Archive reports on a user research project: ~20 in person interviews and ~130 WAMMI surveys resulting in 5 character vignettes. “WAMMI”… Read more »