Links for 9/14/19

In 1868 a Scottish castaway had to make a new life among the people of the Solomon Islands


 

Volkswagen is electrifying classic VW Beetles


 

Time Capsule: The cranking Haleiwa section from High On a Cool Wave


 

The Archivist: You Crazy Diamonds


 

Weather-related events are estimated to displace 143 million people by 2050 – but rising seas are already threatening tiny tropical nations. Can anything be done to help them?


 

Submissions are still open, and here’s the latest news from NSFF


 

Amazon fires: Bolsonaro actively trying to devastate rainforest, leaked documents show


 

The Climate Trail is a Free multi-platform game about climate refugees fleeing ever worsening conditions after inaction on climate has rendered much of the USA (and the world) uninhabitable. The game combines the adventure and play of the journey north with visual novel elements where characters reveal how and why this climate apocalypse unfolded.


 

The best street performance, ever! No competition…

Links for 6/7/19

Scarborough Bay: 1905


 

A Brief History of the Acoustic Guitar


 

Protect Our Ocean


 

Portable Wind Turbine charger that allows you to charge your devices in nature


 

‘Gas Is a Loser and It’s Time to Move On’: Report Debunks Myth That Natural Gas Can Help Fight Climate Crisis


 

Billy Childish Man In The Mouth of A Cave Exhibition Prints


 

UN chief concerned nuclear ‘coffin’ leaking in Pacific


 

Los Angeles, Sunset Strip, 1965-1969

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Vintage Hawaii 8mm ’69 pt 3

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6/2/19

Retro wheels: Fiat 500 Jolly Icon-e by Garage Italia


 

Tiki-style, Hawaiian dress was the all the talk in the 1960s


 

How were vinyl records made in the 1950s?


 

What to Know About JFK’s Wild 1960s Bar-Packed Hotel, Opening Today


 

The Inverted World Map – Variations on a Blue Marble


 

A man spear fishing at night in Hawaii, 1940s


 

The zero-waste revolution: how a new wave of shops could end excess packaging


 

Complex societies gave birth to big gods, not the other way around: study


 

Hans Hass – Unternehmen Xarifa

Links for 5/3/19

The natural world can help save us from climate catastrophe


 

How to Experience Tiki Cuture in San Francisco


 

Alexander Girard: A Designer’s Universe

exhibition, May 5, 2019 – October 27, 2019 


 

Greta Thunberg is right – only a general strike will force action on climate change


 

“Isolated” Follows Surfers As They Encounter Untold Human Rights Atrocities In West Papua

Surfers get “Isolated” in West Papua

‘It opened my eyes’: The Indonesian woman fighting for West Papuan independence


 

The Mysterious Menehune of Hawai’i


 

Marine plastic pollution costs the world up to $2.5tn a year, researchers find


 

Going Native: 1890


 

The Chinese were white – until white men called them yellow


 

‘We cannot swim, we cannot eat’: Solomon Islands struggle with nation’s worst oil spill


 

We Grew Up in Case Study House #22


 

Marika Rökk, Finale “Ich warte auf Dich”

Links for 12/2/18

St. Nick: The Long, Strange and Wonderful Career of Nick Lowe


 

Design for disaster


 

Singapore – The Lion City, 1957

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Take the Dirty Wave Challenge and maybe win 5 grand


 

Hawaii politician stops voting, claiming islands are ‘occupied sovereign country’


 

Could One Man Single-Handedly Ruin the Planet?


 

Dolphins simplify their vocal calls in response to increased ambient noise


 

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