Mark Boyle has degrees in economics and business, and since 2008 he has lived without money. In 2007, a conversation with a friend sparked the pivotal realization that "money… creates a kind of disconnection between us and our actions.” In his own words, “The practicalities of l…
Being dissatisfied is an excellent way of being with the reader. Dissatisfaction with the current state of things–which is to say, dissatisfaction with…
This is a repost from my COVID-19 Diaries at the Institute of Network Cultures. This edition features a two-part anecdotal poem on 'not working', combi…
How many of us have toiled painfully at the task of writing a bio? To condense ourselves into a paragraph, let a lone a sentence, is a resounding task …
Last week I received two emails, which felt like obtaining the two pieces missing from a 2000 piece puzzle sitting before you. The first was an issue o…
The rise of chill as an aspirational state suggests that perhaps the best thing to feel is not much at all. – Amanda Petrusich in Against Chill, New Yo…
Our view of the US at present is obscured by the news, from our position in Europe. Here are dispatches from across the city of Los Angeles, reporting …
This is a repost from my COVID-19 Diaries at the Institute of Network Cultures. In this edition, I question the possibility of silence, design the soun…
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