Episode 01 of my contribution to Dog Days of Podcasting is up. [The Abundance of Nature](https://
I'm going to be exploring the history of wheat and bread every day in August.
Lots of people learning the lessons of the 2008 financial crash ten years on. It cannot be said too often, but Garrett Hardin foresaw the appeal of "privatise the profits, commonise the costs" many, many years ago.
The resurrection of blogrolls and webrings continues apace. I wonder whether this post will get me included.
Yes, it can be boring to read things in grey and white with a little bit of blue, but if all you're looking for is something worth investigating in more detail (which I am) then that's a sacrifice I'm willing to make. And in some RSS readers (like Newsblur, the one I use now) I do have the option of seeing the story as the author intended, more or less.
TFW when you realise it has been way too long since you did the human cron job thing.
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Finished reading: Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere by Jan Morris, ISBN: 9780571204687