Try making your own beautiful animated poem project at Webmaker.
Hit ‘Remix’ and read through the comments to find out how to make your own poem by playing with the code already in place.
We’d like to share a special Webmaker Loves shoutout to FuzzyFox - a webmaker who always reminds us how many of us believe in keeping the Web Open.
Take a look at his ‘Support Open Community Quilt' project.
Stephen Fortune is an interactive media artist who created a webpage fed by twitter bots - to mark the passing of one of the most famous and beloved twitter bots, @Horse_ebooks.
Stephen wonders if the bots might have influencing effects on their network the same way the owner of Clever Hans the Horse influenced the animal to choose the correct answers to complicated questions?
So what do you think? Are the bots teaching us something about ourselves, or is it all just noise? Tweet @quadrophobiac with your thoughts.
Check out Chad Sansing’s Fake Band Wiki Experience, made with Webmaker.
”Essentially, you grab a random image from Flickr, an band name from a random Wikipedia article, and an album name from the last few words of a random quote. Mash them together in nearly anything that lets you layer pictures and text, and, voila, you’ve got impromptu art, dammit.”
Hit the links below the title to get your pics and text ready, then hit Remix and follow the code prompts to make it your own.
It’s hump day, and life can be stressful. How are you keeping calm?
Check out the code instructions, add your text, and make your first ‘Keep Calm’ webpage.
"The web isn’t magic. It’s made of data. Here’s how to find it."
Check out @stml’s 'How to see through the cloud' Tutorial that teaches you how to locate IP addresses, traceroutes, undersea cables and other ways to map the cloud.