Code Poetry Slam Shows The Hidden Beauty Of The Medium

Code Poetry Slam Shows The Hidden Beauty Of The Medium
technology

A new student project gives a spoken life to the hidden code that drives many of our daily activities.

Rachel Pincus
  • 10 january 2014

Coding languages may be spare and efficient, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have possibilities outside of their straightforward readings by computers. A group of students at Stanford University drew attention recently to the alternative uses of code – both by humans and by computers – at the first in what will probably be many Code Poetry Slams, organized by a graduate student in German Studies named Melissa Kagen.

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