Links for 3/11/17

How to recycle coffee cups and why we should


 

From NYC to Topanga Canyon and Bondi Beach, this new book by surf culture blog Indoek offers a glimpse into the homes of surfing’s most creative minds

Source: Inside the Homes of Surfing’s Most Creative Minds – “Surf Shacks” Book Documents the Surfing’s Coolest Hideaways | The Field


 

Climate change is a different prospect of calamity—not just elementally but morally different from nuclear exchange in a manner which has not been properly dealt with.

Source: The Slow Confiscation of Everything | Laurie Penny


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTVlGTPTubE

 

Lost Continent Found Under Indian Ocean – The Daily Beast

Links for 2/19/17

Dem Häuptlingssohn, bestaunt im kolonialen Menschenzoo, gelang ein rasanter Aufstieg. Martin Dibobe kam 1896 aus Kamerun nach Berlin. Er wurde Schlosser, Zugführer, Beamter. Und Vorkämpfer für die Rechte der Afrikaner.

Source: Martin Dibobe, preußischer Afro-Sozi: Black Power im Kaiserreich


 

Can Preservationists Save L.A.’s Late Modernist Landmarks? – Architecture Lab


 

When strong winds prevented filmmaker Jo Ruxton from sending a submarine to her chosen recording location off the coast of Marseille, she was naturally nervous.

Source: Our seas have become a plastic graveyard – but can technology turn the tide?


 

That Sushi May Contain a Tract-Invading Parasitic Tapeworm


 

Carbon Tracker Initiative’s Luke Sussams says the dropping costs of renewable energy could see global demand for oil and coal peak by 2020

Source: Solar Created More Jobs in 2016 Than Oil, Gas and Coal Combined


 

Despite having celebrated a victory against the corporation who was constructing the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors everywhere might be having to head out into the freezing cold once again to defend the sacred land and valuable waterways. This is because President Donald Trump is expected to go forward with plans to sign an executive

Source: Trump to Sign Executive Order Pushing Through Construction of DAPL & Keystone XL Pipeline – The Ring of Fire Network

Links for 7/5/16

Vogue’s 21st Century Man (1939)


 

Tiki Joint Super Power Gets Its Origin Story in Crown Heights


 

This bijou coastal retreat on stilts owes a debt to wartime sea forts

Source: Redshank beach house review – in deepest Essex, cork tiles are back | Art and design | The Guardian


 

Most cities are indigenous, insofar as they are built on the lands of dispossessed first peoples. Paul Daley, Guardian Australia’s leading voice on Indigenous history, explores whether a city’s ‘indigeneity’ is just a matter of population – or if culture and equality count just as much

Source: Which is the worlds most indigenous city? | Cities | The Guardian

Links for 2/20/16

From jazz bars and spoken word poetry to berets and black turtlenecks, we chart the evolution of beat from subversive to chic

Source: How Beatnik Style Made the Underground Mainstream


 


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aygSMgK3BEM

This short excerpt from a documentary on AI pulls together clips from a variety of 1960s interviews with some of AI’s most storied pioneers, including Claude Shannon, Jerome Wiesner and Olive…

Source: Watch: Claude Shannon, Jerome Wiesner and Oliver Selfridge in a 1960s AI documentary


 

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) Campaigns Director and keen surfer Andy Cummins reveals his top spots for surfing around the UK coast

Source: Top 5 UK Surf Spots | www.coastmagazine.co.uk


 

Everyday Life in the Past : Photo