‘She sees “little difference between habitat restoration in the traditional sense and restoring habitats for human thought”; both are endangered by “the logic of capitalist productivity.”’
A nuanced and insightful article—What It Takes to Put Your Phone Away https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/04/29/what-it-takes-to-put-your-phone-away
Towards an Antifascist AI
I wrote a very long post about nature and the knowing thereof and I'm not quite convinced I know anything anymore. also this is a good thing https://lissertations.net/post/1098
'E.O. Wilson, speaking of Marxism in 1994, famously quipped “Good ideology, wrong species.” Wilson, the world’s preeminent expert on ants,'
"We should approach data sets with an awareness that data are created by humans and their dutiful machines, at a time, in a place, with the instruments at hand, for audiences that are conditioned to receive them. The term data set implies something discrete, complete, and portable, but it is none of those things."
This looks like a super awesome book! (due out in April) https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/all-data-are-local
caution: uncontrolled vocabulary // 'here to radicalise bibliographic metadata practices and eat vegetarian brekkie rolls' // not accepting follow reqs sorry
This is a Mastodon instance primarily for Australasian Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Records people, and anyone else who wants to hang out with them. Loosely associated with newCardigan