The last bit of this monologue, where he talks about hating the feeling of hate rather than hating people, resonated. It’s something we should all reflect on.
Highly recommend the book, The Art of Fermentation, if this topic is of any interest to you.
“‘Every day every body is at odds with the built environment.” This…is about those odds, those ‘mis-fits,” and the ways designers might open up space for the reality of interdependent life…
…Five years ago, Sara gave a talk about her work that remains one of my favorites, ever, on any subject. There’s the kind of talk where you find yourself nodding along, engaged, agreeable; those are fine. There’s another kind of talk where you find yourself tingling, aware of electricity rippling across the surface of your brain; this is that other kind.—Robin Sloan, “‡ Lo! So! Bro!” The Society of the Double Dagger. September 20, 2020.
“Find and watch nearly 100,000 free streaming concert videos.”—https://www.jambase.com/videos
Heavy on jam band and jam band adjacent music, but also includes things like live performances done at Seattle’s KEXP.
Hasbro has put the full G.I. Joe cartoon from the 1980s on YouTube. “Knowing is half the battle!”
The channel has a bunch of strangely informative videos on space that can make difficult physics topics more accessible to people that don’t know anything about physics, like me.
“In April 2020, the weird and ambitious startup Magic Leap cut its workforce in half and delayed plans to take mixed reality glasses mainstream. The company had a wealth of ideas about how ordinary people might use its hardware, which overlays virtual images on reality. But after years of development, many were still prototypes or tech demos…Inside the company, though, a few dozen developers were building what they describe as one of Magic Leap’s most exciting projects. It’s called The Last Light: an interactive story about a young woman dealing with the death of her grandmother, designed to show the storytelling potential of mixed reality.”—Adi Robertson, “Fading Light: the story of Magic Leap’s lost mixed reality magnum opus.” The Verge. July 6, 2020.
Now available as a free download.