The Cave of Sounds by Tim Murray-Browne is an array of eight original musical instruments developed by respective authors and arranged in circle, in order to be played chorally in an installation http://timmb.com/cave-of-sounds/

Shadow Box Attractions (variation 2) by David Stout is an installation composed of a three screens that uses a specific “chamber simulation” to generate drawings. https://vimeo.com/60657228

Tether is a web application by Jono Brandel visualising a Plaid tune that can be influenced by the user, drawing a path (source code is free). http://tether.plaid.co.uk

A music video for the single Music Is Life by the Japanese band SOUR realised by designers Masashi Kawamura and Kota Iguchi, where animations are made with custom CDs used as a phenakistoscope, or as still images which appear to animate when rotating on a disc.

Brazilian activists hacks packages of World Cup figurines (figurines can be effective media, too) http://oglobo.globo.com/sociedade/ativistas-hackeiam-pacotes-de-figurinhas-da-copa-do-mundo-12523929

Human Error by Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria, Mac OS X notifications and warnings used for sentimental life https://www.behance.net/gallery/15086645/Human-Error-(Ongoing-Series-Updated-Weekly)

Is the Art World Starting to ‘Get’ Digital Art? Maybe but mostly the wrong one, judging from this article on Vice http://motherboard.vice.com/read/the-art-world-is-starting-to-get-digital-art

Chinese Teens Have Found Remarkable High-Tech Ways To Cheat On Tests, hiding cameras and microphones in pen, shirts, glasses transmitting wirelessly.  http://www.businessinsider.com/high-tech-ways-to-cheat-2014-6?utm_content=bufferf6819&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

OpenXanadu, 54 years later a Xanadu online working demonstration of the original Ted Nelson hypertextual idea which precognised the World Wide Web http://xanadu.com/xanademos/MoeJusteOrigins.html

The DDS De Digitale Stad is going to resurrect for Amsterdam libraries, preserving an important online infrastructure from 1994. http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2014/0329/In-Amsterdam-web-archaeologists-excavate-a-digital-city

[openspace] wilderness, preserving abandoned blog posts. An artwork by Andrew Lyman which collects blog posts older than six years in a unified interface with abandoned places pictures with shifted colours. An overall reconstructive glitch.  http://www.openspacewilderness.com