2019-11-20: Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart was one of the best movies of this year and for some reason I found …

2019-11-20: 🔗 John Doran on Sunn O))) and how their brand of doom metal has defined the decade. Not unexpected, …

2019-11-16: Here’s what I’ve been picking up from the people I meet, the audiences I speak to and the stories …

2019-11-16: 🔗 In 2029, the Internet Will Make Us Act Like Medieval Peasants This is a wonderfully insightful …

2019-11-12: Craig Mod, from his newsletter: Folks mistakenly think only new walks are good walks. But the best …

2019-11-09: Eyes full of tears, by Fiona.

2019-11-09: 🔗 The social ideology of the motorcar This essay from 1973 about the way cars took over and broke …

2019-11-07: Saw Hamish Fulton talk last weekend. Suddenly remembered he ran a group slow walk in Birmingham in …

2019-11-06: 🔗 Dan Hon: Everything Is Political From his regular newsletter, skip the Snow Crash stuff (unless …

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2019-11-05: 🔗 Bright green environmentalism “Environmentalists who believe that radical changes are needed …

2019-11-04: 🔗 Inside the iPhone 11 Camera, Part 1: A Completely New Camera Computational photography continues …

2019-11-03: So we were just outside of Plymouth in a bedsit apartment overlooking the sea during an 80mph …

2019-11-03: The sea, the sea.

2019-11-03: Tim Shaw performing at Walking’s New Movements, Plymouth.

2019-11-01: Walking’s New Movements conference, Friday evening.

2019-10-31: 🔗 Autism profiles and diagnostic criteria. A very useful breakdown of the terminology and potential …

2019-10-31: 🔗 UK renewables generate more electricity than fossil fuels for first time. 🔗 Rise of renewables may …

2019-10-30: Went to the MAC to see Black Men Walking, a play about black men walking in the Peak District. It …

2019-10-30: Fungus season

2019-10-30: Tonight’s film was Theory of Obscurity​: a film about The Residents, about a band I’ve …

2019-10-29: Johnson’s Britain and Corbyn’s Britain are vastly different countries, on starkly divergent paths. …