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

Piratbyrån and Friends, celebrating freedom of digital sharing. Exhibition about Piratbyrån and its activities including the historical Pirate Bay at Furtherfield Gallery, London, opened just before Peter Sunde, one of the organisation founders has been arrested in southern Sweden. http://furtherfield.org/programmes/exhibition/piratbyran-and-friends

Iconic landscape with digital substitution, Eric Fleischauer, Universal Paramount, 2010, digital image, http://www.ericfleischauer.com/universalparamount.shtml

Camilla Sørensen and Greta Christensen treat vinyls as pure material to be physically used and manipulated in their project Vinyl terror & horror http://vinylterrorandhorror.com/vinylterrorandhorror.com/live.html

A demonstration of the Picturephone by AT&T, allowing visitors to video chat at Futurama 2, during World’s Fair in New York in 1964. http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/04/12/5732774/visions-of-1964-worlds-fair-didnt.html

Erreur d’impression. Publier à l’ère du numérique, Last event with live presentations by Nandita Kumar (India) and Mez Breeze (skype live from Goulburn, Australia). https://www.facebook.com/events/484065621705415/?context=create&ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

Ryan Roy found people on Facebook with the same name, dressed like in their profile picture and sent them friends requests, and all of them creeped out and changed their profile picture immediately http://imgur.com/a/IqXWj