emma "doodybrains" rae norton is a computer mouse scholar
and is currently a masters candidate at ITP NYU
and is thinking about history+philosophy of technological objects like personal computing, artificial intelligence, global computing assembly lines, and optical flow.
an extension of Futurepoem, is a new online space where writers, artists + thinkers are invited to experiment + explore ideas that are important to them over an extended period of time
anti-capitalist computer mouse
a computer mouse that violently shakes anytime your cursor moves past an advertisement. no clicking to buy allowed. i built a version of this in fall 2018 and "failed". i will be building this mouse for real in the fall of 2019. in the meantime click on link for research.
hand coding round robin workshop
participants of this workshop learn how to "hand code" a web page by working on each others computers. the session starts with a brief lecture on the significance of coding slowly and by hand. participants will learn how to do this kind of coding by example and with care.
sfpc code societies archive
in the winter of 2019 i attended code societies, a three week session at at the school for poetic computation, organized by melanie hoff. this project is an ode and an archive that i built with collaboratively generated material from those three weeks.
this type is your type
this is a web page that i made in an amazing class called computational approaches to typography, taught by allison parrish. the project is all at once a computational approach to typography and a commentary on typography as a computational medium.
this is an app (that you too can use) for making mixtapes on the web. if you have an are.na account you can create your own mixtape by adding youtube links to a channel.
an agency website designed by No Plans and built with a Gatsby frontend and a Contentful backend.
homepage to annie larson's heirloom sweaters. i contributed code to the front end of this website with a shopify back end in the summer of 2018.
a personal website, built from scratch, for my favorite poet.