“The world is changing fast and the parts that aren’t no longer interest me.” Hugh McLeod, Gapingvoid
I’m finding rss2email highly functional github.com/rss2email…
Why aren’t proactive, anticipatory and prospective behaviours more valued in the workplace?
Is it a #behavioural #economics thing, i.e. those behaviours don’t get rewarded therefore they’re not adopted.
Or is it a #power #control thing, exercising your autonomy is a threat to the power structures?
Or perhaps something else?
My currently supply of Noodler’s ink ✍️. Really like the ‘Legal Blue’.
#fountainpen #ink #handwriting
“People were asking if they could trust their governments, if they could trust science, how would they deal with large scale, distributed risk, what was the role of dissident scientists and the anti-vaxxers, the lies. The paranoia didn’t start with COVID-19, it was all there 30 years ago.”
This is a fascinating ten part podcast shining a light on 1990s Britain that was hit by an epidemic of a fatal neurological disease in cows that also killed 178 humans.
BBC Radio 4 podcast The Cows are Mad
Today I’m mostly reading ‘Understanding Computers & Cognition’ by Terry Winograd and Fernando Flores.
Today I’ve mostly been listening to Shingo Nakamura.
Today I’m mostly reading ‘Building Trust’ by Robert Solomon & Fernando Flores. #trust
Finding people on Mastodon and the Fediverse can be a challenge so I thought that this from Fedi.Tips was useful. I especially liked the idea of using the power of lists to make mini-timelines.
ActivityPub is now available for WordPress.com users This is definitely cool! <wordpress.com/blog/2023…>