I remember having a very good time with this film. I am glad about this analysis pointing out the unusual main character. I wish for more variety and diversity in the stories we tell ourselves.
The immensity of space, the humbling vastness. I lack words and feelings and fail to comprehend. Amazing.
Wichtige und klare Gedanken zu vielen Themen und Problematiken den Kapitalismus betreffend. Sehr hörenswert trotz teilweiser tonaler Übersteuerung und den mitunter etwas fragwürdigen Fragen.
Living in a thin moist layer on a small wet rock (Everything you need to know about Earth in 7 minutes)
What can a technologist do about climate change? (A personal view by Bret Victor of worrydream.com)
Everything We Think We Know About Addiction Is Wrong (Maybe it is not as simple as: “Drugs cause addiction.”)
HUMAN (a film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand on what it means to be human, some of the pictures from the film)
Every year, local communities on either side of the Apurimac River Canyon use traditional Inka engineering techniques to rebuild the Q’eswachaka Bridge. The entire bridge is built in only three days. The bridge has been rebuilt in this same location continually since the time of the Inka.
Seeing this just created a hard to describe feeling of amazement, joy and belonging. (via kottke.org)
Wir müssen über den Kapitalismus reden.
Volker Pispers Kapitalismus Erklärung 2015
90. Kabarettfest – Ausschnitt Volker Pispers (kürzer, sehr ähnlich)
Absolutely fascinating what consequences the reintroduction of wolves had to Yellowstone National Park. A reminder of the intricate and extensive interconnectedness of ‘systems’ in nature. It seems we tend to forget all to often that we are very much a part of this ecosystem.
I’ve recently had the chance to listen to Morozov live, here in Barcelona, and I am increasingly interested in his thoughts about (Big) Data and the times we are living in.