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 12/27/21

The great Hap “Happy” Jacobs – innovator, shaper, thinker – gone at 92


 

Renewable Wind Energy Can Help Save the Planet and the Ocean’s Marine Life


 

Belchior Diaz Vihuela Made in 1590 by Belchior Diaz Vihuela in Portugal. Dubbed the world’s oldest guitar.


 

Did Neurological Damage Lead To Ravel’s Masterpiece?


 

The forgotten oil ads that told us climate change was nothing


 

VW Ponton Boat


 

Unfreezing the ice age: the truth about humanity’s deep past


 

Constant Craving: How Digital Media Turned Us All Into Dopamine Addicts


 

Climate study linking early Maori fires to Antarctic changes sparks controversy


 

The Forgotten History of African Slavery in China


 

‘Odds are against you’: the problem with the music streaming boom


 

The Revenge of the Internet Archive: Google and the Metashills Lead the Long March Through State Houses to Weaken Copyright for the Metaverse


 

Journeys Into the Outside with Jarvis Cocker (ep#3)


 

A hand carved chess set

Links for 5/9/20

The First Wave in Bali: An Unexpected Tale of Infidelity, Adventure, and Entrepreneurism


 

Tales of love and loss: people from Oceania share their ‘extinction stories’


 

Carbon Pricing


 

Fluctus Splitters Trailer #1


 

The greatest electronic albums of the 1950s and 1960s


 

The Spillway, Victoria, Australia. The Ultimate Flex Machine (dir. Jason Cameron, 1975).


 

9’9 Chop OP at Lafitenia with Myles Doughman


 

Fifties Fun


 

www.brightonbeachsurfshop.com


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

How The Surfaris Wrote Wipe Out


 

Time to ditch the harmful myth of the ‘noble’ hunter-gatherer


 

Kindheit auf St. Pauli Sechziger

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

Links for 3/26/20

The Seawall Project defeated at Trump International Golf Links, Doughmore Beach, Ireland


 

Hap Jacobs


 

Mystico… Part I


 

Summer of the Cat series: Bonus /Cody drives at Malibu.


 

How I Made It as a Musician – Steve Cropper


 

This has some music that sounds like a track from The Endless Summer.


 

Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight widens


 

This is What Third Street Promenade Looked Like Before the Gap Even Existed


 

Visit to The skateboard Hall of Fame.
The Oldest Skateboards in Existence


 

Atlantis Együttes – Little Honda


 

The first person to use the term “greenhouse gases” was a Swedish scientist named Svante Arrhenius in 1896. In a paper published that year, he made an early calculation of how much warmer the Earth was thanks to the energy-trapping nature of some of the gases in the atmosphere.