Uncivilisation part two: It is now one week since the close of the Dark Mountain (DM) festival but it seems much longer. A week back at work trying to deal with piles of documents, minutia, and detail means that the magic of DM now feels like a half remembered dream. Never the less, I have thought of little else since. We are the stories we tell ourself, and I keep telling myself it is time for...
Millions long for immortality who don’t know what to do on a rainy Sunday...– Suzan Ertz
Reading: A branch from the lightning tree - Martin Shaw
Twitter’s new social networking idea looks a lot like my tumblr, the one you are reading now, and seems to offer similar experience for creator and user… possibly a nice thing.
A short story about AR
… a myth is the power of a place speaking– Robert Bringhurst
Uncivilisation 2012 pt. 1
This was the weekend of the 2012 Uncivilisation Dark mountain gathering in Hampshire. This year, all of the speakers and musicians performed without electricity, but apart from this the event felt similar in tone to last years. I feel a bit bad about my attitude towards dark mountain this year; by the end of the three days I realised that I was taking it for granted, almost being dismissive of...
How low (power) can you go? - Charles Stoss on... →
solarpunks: “…by 2032 or thereabouts, we could expect a processor roughly as powerful as the one powering the tablet I’m giving this talk with to be available and to operate on around one hundred microwatts of electricity. Sensors and i/o and networking obviously make their own claims on power consumption, but: we’re talking about sub-milliwatt power consumption.” worsethandetroit: Charlie...
Reading: The Teleportation Accident - Ned Beauman
Reading: Declaration - Michael Hardt & Antonio Negri