- Featured articles: Vladimir_Bonačić, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Bulat Galeyev, Stanisław Dróżdż, Nicolas_Schöffer, Jozef Malovec. (16 March 2012)
- REMAKE: REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments exhibition opened in Brno, Czech Republic. Remake is an international art project taking place between June 2010 and May 2012. Its aim is to foster creation and presentation of contemporary works inspired by the history of media arts. The project’s final part is an international touring exhibition which is currently shown at The Brno House of Arts. The project builds upon a long-running collaborative research of media art histories, Monoskop. Remake was started by several cultural organisations coordinated by Atrakt Art with an intention to create and present the contemporary art works inspired by history of media arts in the East-Central Europe. --dusan 15:20, 11 March 2012 (CET)
- The first public presentation of the Monoskop media archive, at the G33koskop seminar in Mama, Zagreb. --dusan 3 December 2011
- Monoskop was presented at the Gateways: Workshop for Curators from Central and Eastern Europe in Tallinn by Mária Rišková. --October 2011
- Monoskop was presented at the New Media Art & Digital Art Meeting Point seminar in A4 - Zero Space, Bratislava. PDF of the talk (Slovak). --dusan 18 May 2011
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- Support of the Twitter widget enabled. You can now embed a twitter feed on your profile. (11 March 2012)
- Monoskop moves to a new domain: http://monoskop.org. Old links are preserved. (5 March 2012)
- New categories: 3D printing, Circuit bending (10 December 2011)
- New categories: Internet activism, Data activism, Copyright activism, FLOSS, Filesharing (4 December 2011)
- Monoskop wiki now supports embedding videos from Youtube, Vimeo, Blip.tv, Google Video, UStream, and basically any publicly accessible website (using HTML5 video tag), as well as documents from Google Books, Scribd, and SlideShare, image searches and slideshows from Flickr, and stills from Google Maps and Google Street View. See MediaWikiWidgets manual to learn how. (16 November 2011)
- Entry about Electromagnetism (May 2011)
- Entry about SuperCollider (September 2010)
- Entry about Film labs (June 2010)
- Entry about Hauntology (May 2010)
- Entry about Surf clubs (April 2010)
- Research of history of media arts and culture in Central and Eastern Europe. (2009)
- Realising there are almost 100 users or so registered, we did small improvements in user profiles. Using your profile (find here) you can now share what you have been working on, message others, etc. (28 July 2008)
- Monoskop/log, a living archive of writings on art, culture, and media technology.
- Remake, REthinking Media Art in K(C)ollaborative Environments
- Monoskop/ram, visual references for the history of media art in Central and Eastern Europe.
- Related media archives
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