Links for 11/27/22

Trickle-Down Streaming Mechanical Royalties Will be Be Up for Discussion

Humans v nature: our long and destructive journey to the age of extinction

Shaping Methods of Mike Davis | LittleCoveSurfboards

CSS { In Real Life } | Web Sustainability and the Ethical Dilemma

The oceans give us life. We give them plastic.

An Open Letter Against Apple’s Privacy-Invasive Content Scanning Technology

West Papuans: The Forgotten People

Does vinyl sound better? Here’s what the science says

Eames Office x Globe

Links for 10/2/22

The Disappearing Art Of Maintenance

Lost Cities and Climate Change

A not so gentle intro to web3

For skaters, will Tempe, Arizona be the American Malmo?

What increased CO2 in the air does to our wood supplies.

Mental Longboarding – Andy Nieblas Surfing Malibu

A Brief History of Classic Ska

INNOSKATE: 60 Years of Skateboard Innovation and Invention.

Past the Precipice? Projected Coral Habitability Under Global Heating

RIP Johnny Fain – one of the Four Princes of Malibu (dated already)

New Paper Warns That Environmental Collapse Will Lead To “untold Suffering”

Dorothy Ashby: Pioneering Jazz Harpist

Links for 9/11/22

This Hot Summer Is One of the Coolest of the Rest of Our Lives

I worked for BP for 30 years – the energy sector has become incompetent and greedy

The audacious PR plot that seeded doubt about climate change

Lotion in the ocean: is your sunscreen killing the sea?

Listen up: why indie podcasts are in peril

Portable off-grid wind and water turbine

Climate Change Is Killing Beautiful Music, Too

Hawaiian leis and aloha at Martin Luther King Jr. march on “Bloody Sunday” in the Deep South, 1965

Doggerland Documentary

Distilling the essence of the global climate report into haiku poetry

Links or 5/8/22

Media gets it wrong on Elon Musk and Twitter: The issue is oligarchy, not “free speech”

Introducing The Waxhead

Nano state: tiny and now everywhere, how big a problem are nanoparticles?

8 Endangered Places We Can Still Save From Climate Change

The little island that won: how a tiny Pacific community fought off a giant mining company

How do we stop the plunder of the Pacific? A panel of experts give their solutions

The 5 mass extinction events that shaped the history of Earth — and the 6th that’s happening now

Links for 4/23/22

The Renewable-Energy Revolution Will Need Renewable Storage

Fires, Floods, FFS Enough! Email Your Local Candidates In the Lead Up To This Year’s Federal Election.

Private paradise: The French Polynesian island locking locals out of beaches

New clues shed light on ‘pivotal’ moment in the great Pacific migration

New Australian Craze “Roller Boarding” 1964

Is it time to begin rewilding the seas?

First Session at Huntington Beach

Stop talking about AI ethics. It’s time to talk about power.

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 1/16/22

“Wave Goodbye” – the battle to save Australia’s surf beaches – Perth, Sydney, Byron


 

Climate Change Is Going To Be Gross


 

Jonny Teupen – Tabú


 

Escapism


 

“We’re calling time on human exceptionalism” says Superflux


 

We Are the Land: A History of Native California


 

A Day at the Beach 1928 – Biarritz France 1920s


 

The Largest Autocracy on Earth


 

Blue carbon: the hidden CO2 sink that pioneers say could save the planet


 

Do the Saigon twist! Meet Phuong Tâm, Vietnam’s first rock’n’roll star


 

Have Sumatran fishing crews found the fabled Island of Gold?


 

Geoengineering 101