#16: Hot links IV
Plus Get Back, Web3, the history of human organising
Watching + listening + reading
Get Back: eight hours of group dynamics, sweater vests and vibes.
Portico Quartet’s new album.
These Precious Days. Tom Hanks, Nashville’s thunderstorms, the early pandemic, cancer and care.
Rescue me. I love Amy’s writing: “Perhaps in the absence of the rescue moment, we can create something more lasting. A rescue that’s slower, and more subtle, and comes from within as much from without.”
Richard Bartlett’s generous overview of Web3, for the curious and skeptical among us.
‘We need to break the junk food cycle’: how to fix Britain’s failing food system. This article manages to combine two of my primary interests: the food system and
the org design of UK government.
An interview with Aboriginal scholar Tyson Yunkaporta: “That’s the infrastructure that we need to be preparing, that infrastructure of relationships. That’s what you do. You increase your relatedness with the people around you, but also the non-humans.”
I recommend Yunkaporta’s book Sand Talk.
Tree thinking: “Trees have long served as models of intellectual inquiry and as sites of religious and civic deliberation. Now, as we learn more about plant intelligence, they are inspiring deeper forms of ecological investigation.”
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