Good Words: November '22
Exhaustion and agency "under capitalism," combative cocktail parties, and why leftovers are the only food worth eating.
Good Words: October '22
The ways technology shapes us, evil in art, and music for the birds.
Good Words: September '22
Fantasy role-playing games: harmless fun, a crucible for virtue formation and moral imagination, or dubious political metaphor?
Good Words: August '22
The Bright Ages, a "bloggy" path to understanding, and Mammon's right hand – techne.
Good Words: July '22
Hanging out, having kids, the apocalypse, and everything science cannot say – oh, and how to be (aggressively) happy.
Practicing Presence Amid On-Demand Distraction
When was the last time you did something and didn’t try to upgrade the task by layering another activity on top of it?
Towards Technopoly: The Broken Defences
However imperfect the former things were, Postman is determined to argue for the value of the things we've lost.
Learning The Steps of The Sidewalk Ballet
An experience of "the ballet of the good city sidewalk" in Montreal.
Our top posts from 2020 for readers' enjoyment!
Manual Competence & Analogue Joys
It’s a strange experience in 2020 to value the constrained experience of an old Walkman more than the everything-right-now proposition of Spotify.