@RadioAngel I feel like the small questions are sometimes the hardest ones to decide ... for an art contest, maybe gold catches the eye more...
At the beginning of June, I wrote an essay about vaccine passports and body sovereignty which I didn’t share here yet,
I imagine this is a charged subject for many folks, but I have a growing feeling that having hard conversations is needed and something I should in general practice more, with permission for myself and others to learn and grow and be misunderstood in the process.
7:03pm - body feeling cold again, back under the covers
mention of being attacked
in the past week I was physically assaulted twice by people on the street asking for money who seemed to be somewhat losing their minds — this is the first time this happened since I’ve lived in berlin. no injuries, ran away both times, but still spooked. intuitively I see a connection between this experience and the extended lockdown. I wish them peace and feel this as a small reverberation of their suffering.
interesting interview about archiving, the whole earth catalogue, the new woman's survival catalogue, the old boy's network, future proofing, the history of newsletters, and the cyberfeminism index
a part of me loves working on the computer, but for me personally I find any room I work on the computer in gets an energetic presence that makes it strange to do other things there, a sort of residue. someday I hope to work in a shack explicitly for computer work, with an inside inspired by this image by Josan Gonzales (https://josan.artstation.com/resume) and an outside surrounded by jungle and other computer-free zones
image found via @glyph
experiments in online gardening
mycology, ayurveda, queer poetry
all labels are temporary
Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.