Kadrey and Shaw Live


13 Responses to “Kadrey and Shaw Live”

  1. Sean Craven says:

    Hmmm… I’m guessing it’s a spray can, not a fire hydrant — look at the nozzle on top.

    Just to be a pedantic jerk about it.

  2. mattohara says:

    what he said ^

  3. Rajio says:

    ^ What #1 said

  4. nosehat says:

    also what #1 said.

    Tumbarumba looks really interesting! It looks particularly interesting as a business model. Especially if your business is aggregating and selling people’s online browsing behavior to advertisers. =P I think I’ll pass for now, at least until they link a privacy policy on their website.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Well, to be fair, a fire hydrant full of paint WOULD be pretty bitchin’.

  6. flashdadi says:

    Don’t have the address but a few years back there was a great wall of artwork from Vaughn Bode in San Francisco.

    I wonder if it is still there.

  7. mattofdoom says:

    ^ Yes, I also clicked through to make that same comment.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hey we’re all on the same page. It’s weird people can see different things while looking at the same subject.

  9. Ethan says:

    @ #11 Nosehat

    We’ve had a privacy policy from the beginning. You can read it on Mozilla’s site: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addons/policy/0/9746 or on Tumbarumba’s site: http://www.turbulence.org/Works/tumbarumba/faq.html#tracking

    Also, the add-ons JavaScript isn’t obfuscated (except for some light-weight encryption on the stories’ text), so code-minded folks are welcome to audit the code to confirm we aren’t doing anything underhanded.

  10. Halloween Jack says:

    Not familiar with Shaw, but Kadrey is hella cool. That’s just the sort of T-shirt that I’d imagine him wearing.

  11. Rudy Rucker says:

    Okay, I thought it was a fire hydrant, as it’s painted right down at street level but, yeah, the little ellipse on the top does suggest the nozzle of a spray can.

    The killer alien spray can…well, I like that too!

  12. Matt Katz says:

    I’m a HUGE fan of tumbarumba. I often skip short stories that are posted online. Tumbarumba turns the stories into whimsical magical events, it is impossible not to read them.

    Ethan Ham, who also worked on http://add-art.org did an amazing job with it. One of the best pieces of net art I’ve seen.

  13. eideal852 says:

    das spraycan.

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