If you enjoyed the tv drama "The Terror": you'll likely enjoy this: https://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/canada/video-decouvrez-des-images-inedites-de-l-epave-mythique-du-hms-terror-englouti-dans-l-arctique-canadien_3594447.html (in french, but the video is very nice)
Questions I ask myself before buying something
What’s the purpose of this item?
Do I really need for an item which serves that purpose? How would it benefit me?
Do I already own something that can be repurposed/fixed/made to serve the same purpose?
Can I borrow such thing from a friend who does not need it?
Who is selling this item and do I want to endorse them by buying it from them?
In what ways does the item make me dependent in therms of fixes, supplies, energy consumed etc. On whom?
From this book I also learned about that poor guy who got Wittgenstein to be his PHD advisor. @OCRbot
Reading David Hume’s Treatise.
I find it fascinating how similar it is to the Critique of Pure Reason, though the backgrounds of the two authors are so different.
Kant and Hume embody the religious and scientific schools in philosophy, Kant seeing belief as a transformative force and Hume seeing it as a peculiarly of the human character.
Finally got around to adding some depth to the background of this #linocut It turned out great, although I did not bother to make a draft.
In other news, working on linocuts outside at the summer is cool - the heat makes the material very easy to carve.
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