We are millenials. We are digital natives. We want people to question the need of originality, we want people to embrace the fact that nothing is new but everything accessible.
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Millenials

With an experimental approach we are playing with the idea of the book of the 21st century and take position. designers (we) become authors authors become artists the creator becomes obsolete (authorship) Our publishing house, ideologically positioned in the now, spreads the idea of the decay of copy right. We want people to question the need of originality, we want people to embrace the fact that nothing is new but everything accessible.

Tools

On this page you can download the tools we used for generating and writing our 2000, 2001 and 2002 series. They are all written in python and have a command line interface.

Tool 2001

View code here
A plain tool which gathers data which is the base for human editing.
Used for texts in our publications 2002.X

Tool 2002

View code here
Tool in which the editing part is enclosed within the code. This code has a directed paragraph structure and uses particular sources for every part of the alinea.
Used for texts in our publications 2000.X

Tool 2003

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Tool in which the editing part is enclosed within the code. This code mixes up different sources that create a text that reads as poetry or music lyrics and includes parts of the essay by Kenneth Goldsmith: "Uncreative Writing".
Used for texts in our publications 2001.X

Tool 2004

View code here
Tool in which the editing part is enclosed within the code. This code finds all goods that can be watched, bought, pirated and eaten according to algorithmic driven websites such as aliexpress.com and youtube, but also the piratebay and recipes.com.The text consists mainly of absurd bits from the web.
Used for texts in our publications 2001.X