Links for 3/8/22

Indigenous Water Governance in the Anthropocene: Non-Conventional Hydrosocial Relations Among the Wayuu of the Guajira Peninsula in Northern Colombia

The internet is tricking our brains

The Voices Of Black Women Were Essential To Phil Spector’s Wall Of Sound

A Celebration of Opening Title Sequences (And Why They Need To Come Back)

Fiji Flashback: Unearthed footage shows Suva in the 1960s | RetroFocus

Teen Dance at Lloyd Goodfellowship Hall [Menominee, MI April 1965]

The Search for the Ultimate Mai Tai: LA Exotica: The Trader Vic’s Experience

What is the value of a wave?

A fascinating look at how climate change affects the lobster industry

Dale Davies Surf Movie surfing 50’s & 60’s VOL 1

Journeys Into The Outside with Jarvis Cocker (ep#1)

Big Tech’s Censors Come for Science

The Popular Sport of Surfboarding (1925)

This City Bench Absorbs More Air Pollution Than A Grove Of Trees

Links for 7/18/20

Last Run / Tsunami by Benny & The Mid-Knights


 

That time George Washington ordered “total destruction and devastation” of the Haudenosaunee


 

The Threatened Tribe


 

Oldest surviving photograph of Maori discovered in Australia


 

Deke Dickerson


 

Easy Listening Compilations


 

Rising Tides, Troubled Waters: The Future of Our Ocean


 

‘The trees are my grandparents’: the Ecuador tribe trying to save its culture


 

The US government just “disestablished” a Native American reservation


 

Too hot for humans? First Nations people fear becoming Australia’s first climate refugees

Links for 6/11/20

Miners out, Covid out.


 

Ritratti Di Surf | Ale Ponzanelli & Matt Calvani


 

Spectacular bootleg of the 1964 World Titles at Manly


 

Boomers: You can still be heroes in the story of climate change


 

“Prince” Danny Bearer ~ RIP (2009)


 

The law that helped the internet flourish now undermines democracy | John Naughton


 

Humans have made 8.3bn tons of plastic since 1950. This is the illustrated story of where it’s gone


 

Waving not drowning: the street children finding refuge in Durban’s surf scene

Links for 4/10/20

Relocation of tribal people living around Similipal Tiger Reserve forceful, claim locals


 

LAistory: Val Verde, The ‘Black Palm Springs’


 

Vice Versa | Longboarding With Achel & Abou


 

http://radiooooo.com/


 

A Macro Historical Overview


 

agave-surfboards


 

Vintage Skateboard 1960?s Collection Rare Grails Museum Quality


 

Sidewalk Surfin’- The Skateboard Museum at Skatelab in Simi Valley


 

Bolivia’s “New Andean Architecture” by Freddy Mamani


 

The Hermit of Suwarrow


 

Surf Legends of Hawaii by the Kahuku Film Club