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Facebook post by Andy Lewhinskylipski:
"This is the "Serve and Protect" sculpture right now in SLC and activists have just turned it into a modern day revolutionary masterpiece"

Super flattering post about my MOOC and how the Open Credit Network hopes to shape the COVID recession

I enjoyed this article about how we went from market highs to bailouts in 2 weeks flat.

Rad project., the co-owned alternative to Airbnb, raised €600K from coop members so they're hiring: backend + mobile devs, design, product manager, social media manager. Based in Bologna.


“111 years ago socialist artist William Balfour Ker in 1905 created this image, entitled ‘From the Depths’, to illustrate a novel on class struggle called The Silent War by John Ames Mitchell (New York 1906).”


If we want to get *really* scifi, maybe these hypothetical carbon capture machines could construct *themselves* out of captured carbon, possibly using some kind of tiny pod containing most of the materials needed to get started as well as the information to construct the entire machine... Maybe these pods could, themselves, be made through carbon capture using the same machines, making them self-replicating without any technical skills needed

But this is all some kind of absurd pipe dream, of course. It's not like self-replicating material-producing carbon capture machines grow on trees

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"The world’s leaders are correctly fixated on economic growth as the answer to virtually all problems, but they’re pushing with all their might in the wrong direction." Donella Meadows, author of

My latest blog asks how long we have got until the climate change collapses society.

@matslats When TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi reactors were melting down, the government lied with great discipline and persistence. When we could all look up and see the massive cloud of smoke and debris over Manhattan and Brooklyn, the EPA claimed the air was safe. I think you are right that we are seeing the same thing in grand slow motion. How will those in power respond to the crisis? How do they respond to other crises? is the only way for us.

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