January 30, 2017

Interesting Things on the Internet: January 30th 2017

  • Money Talk. Open and honest blog post talking about the costs involved in manufacturing, and the challenges and issues when you try to do things better.
  • Exiting the Vampire Castle. Fantastic writing from the sadly late Mark Fisher.
  • Software Is Politics. Excellent article version of Richard Pope's excellent OSCON 2016 talk.
  • How to Culture Jam a Populist in Four Easy Steps. "it took our leaders ten years to figure out they needed to actually go to the slums and to the countryside. And not for a speech, or a rally, but for game of dominoes or to dance salsa – to show they were Venezuelans too, that they had tumbao and could hit a baseball, could tell a joke that landed. That they could break the tribal divide, come down off the billboards and show they were real."
Posted by Adrian at January 30, 2017 12:02 PM | TrackBack

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