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now: 4 January 2023

Going on for me right now:

Reading: Writing Dance by Jonathan Burrows; The Feeling of What Happens by Antonio Damasio; Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson; Ways of Being by James Bridle; Enlivenement by Andreas Weber.

Music listening: Tallies, Nils Frahm, Hammock, Grace Jones, Nick Cave, The Blue Nile.

Podcast listening: The Convivial Society, A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs, Corriere Daily, Tara Brach, Hard Fork.

Writing: Blogging about AI at cdareinvites.coventry.ac.uk; blogging about practice research at practiceasresearchblog.wordpress.com; writing academic article about practice research as a gerrymandering ecosystem

Podcasting: with Lee Miller at midlifing.net


This now page is inspired by Patrick Rhone who was inspired by Derek Sivers

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