Women Hackers

Deep Lab is a group of women hackers, artists, and theorists who want to participate, interpret, and redefine what the internet is, how we should use it, and how we can all thrive in and survive it.

Deep Lab was started by multimedia artist Addie Wagenknecht during a residency at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University.

The members of Deep Lab have written and compiled books, produced videos and held lecture series and now, they are the subject of a short documentary film.

See the documentary and read more about Deep Lab.


Here are some things related to things we talked about in todays class:

There are loads of time keeper apps in the app store, I think I just searched “time card” or something. Be warned “Time Card Plus” is the worst and does not work, I am using “Hours Keeper Pro” and it is excellent, there is also a free version of it, I think you get 2 tasks or ‘clients’ you can track work time for.

The coffee shop sounds app is “Coffitivity” – you can even put your own music on in the background, super cool!

The documentary about the switch from film to digital is called “Side by Side“. Keanu Reeves interviews a bunch of cinematographers, and directors about the history of film and how they feel about digital.