Really cool overview of “what are the ways of making something actually recyclable and what does that look like”:
I love the graph in this post: https://caseyhandmer.wordpress.com/2020/08/23/progression-of-space-industrialization/
Free ebook about the history of tear gas: https://www.versobooks.com/books/2109-tear-gas
I don’t know why but now I want one: https://shop.bostondynamics.com/DefaultStore/spot
Everyone (but especially @ctada) should grab a copy of this report and read it: https://wolfliving.tumblr.com/post/617023862865068032
Further material: http://interconnected.org/home/2020/04/22/the_viewing_room
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how to create online “hangout spaces”. Especially since quarantine, I’ve missed a lot of the accidental socialization that comes from just being in the same place. Zoom calls and whatnot can replicate that somewhat, but they still require intention and planning to get everyone on at the same time. What would it look like to have a space where you can toggle an “I’m around” signal and then easily spend time with people who happened to be online too?
I really like this concept:
Hey @ctada this seems relevant: https://www.velcro-city.co.uk/expand-our-mapping-of-the-space-were-designing-for-think-about-the-box-redux/ (@me as well with a shoutout to systems book club)
WOW this was good holy crap: https://meltingasphalt.com/interactive/going-critical/ 👁️
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