Batteries don’t have to be discrete items. In the future, almost anything will be able to generate and store its own power.
Greater community engagement and peer support can’t replace our over-stretched services and crumbling infrastructure. But it can mitigate their effects.
The Luddites smashed machines they could see, the machines that were taking their jobs. How will the new Luddite’s rage against ephemeral machines?
The age of creativity is over, replaced by an unrelenting focus on optimisation that locks us into a cycle of failure based on business as usual
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