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The wojak seems to be maturing, gaining traction across broader political demographics, inserting itself in increasingly vital conversations. By linking ideas a cartoon (but no less anthropomorphic) form, perhaps ideas are bound more firmly ...Read More

The long read: ‘We can’t go back to normal’: how will coronavirus change the world? By Peter C Baker.

"Because crises shape history, there are hundreds of thinkers who have devoted their lives to studying how they unfold. This work – what ...Read More

https://communemag.com/take-care/

"If we look at Zoom school as job training, it’s clear what all the work is about: learning how to stay productive during a disaster..... Hell is pretty much the ecological forecast for the coming decades, ...Read More

Everyone can help against the virus in many ways. If you have an extra computer or a GPU at home go to “Folding at Home” website.

Folding at Home is a distributed computing project simulating ways to treat #covid19 (and other diseases). ...Read More

a slightly more challenging paragraph from the article:

"Supply chain capitalism principles—reliance on outsourced labor, an emphasis on just-in-time delivery, faith in data-driven decision-making, pursuit of economies of scale—have ...Read More

How We Use Our Bodies to Navigate a Pandemic Your partner is a stranger, and the sidewalk is a stage.

“Now the choreography of the streets has taken on higher stakes. It’s the difference between health and sickness, life and death. Inside ...Read More

This urge to overachieve, even in times of global crisis, is reflective of America’s always-on work culture. In a recent article for The New Republic, the journalist ...Read More

I believe this is the second interview between Jason and Douglas on Zero Books. Give it 15 minutes, you can even play it in the background. philosophy

towards the end: ...Read More

Capitalism cannot imagine a future beyond itself that isn’t utter butchery.

This is because late capitalism has always been a death cult. The tiny-minded incompetents in charge cannot handle a problem that can’t be fixed simply by ...Read More

Global catastrophes change the world, and this pandemic is very much akin to a major war. Even if we contain the Covid-19 crisis within a few months, the legacy of this pandemic will live with us for years, perhaps decades to come. It will ...Read More