The distinction between work and hobbies is an interesting capitalist construct (the former being what you must do to live; the latter, what you’re passionate about and enjoy doing.) Under capitalism, work is what you do to sponsor the hobbies of your bosses.

I’m currently having a really rough time searching for work. I don’t know when I’ll be able to get a proper income, and I only have $150 total.

If anyone can help me out, I would really appreciate it.

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Went to an exhibition last weekend at Lichtekooi Artspace, in Antwerp, Borgerhout. It was very nice, a selected group of works in an exhibition called “Dear art world…” where the artists comment with there work on the art world.

Yesterday’s Small is Beautiful video is now up on our site with transcript, captions and links to all the cool sites we mentioned!

Thanks to fun guests, @heydon and @gabek, and to the lovely folks who stayed for the studio afterparty 😉

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So @laura spent all day yesterday adding a transcript, captions, and links to the sites we mentioned, etc., to the recording of our Small is Beautiful live stream with @heydon and @gabek (as she always does the day after the steam).

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the older i get, the more i feel for vampires. if i'm already seeing historical pattern after pattern at the age of 52, imagine how intellectually and emotionally fatigued they feel at 500 or 1000 years old? the musings of a horror genre addict.



This is called inosculation: when branches or roots of different trees are in prolonged intimate contact, they often abrade each other, exposing their inner tissues, which may eventually fuse.

It's not so much one tree feeding another as the formation of a new hybrid organism.


A bookworm choosing a new book to read on this Friday... I’m doubting between a book of feminist essays by Audre Lorde, or go with a classic like Jane Eyre...

On the blog you find drawings, thoughts, videos,... and book reviews! Yes, a bookworm is speaking. One of the resent ones: Autumn by Ali Smith.

I don't think I've mentioned it here... But I started to blog again on my website. Check it out on

The view this weekend and the view this morning, just got back from a camping trip. Now, let’s get cracking this Monday morning.

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