(makes mildly apologetic face to do with the burden of links to lovely things contained within…. t’is nearly Crimble after all)
from Patagonia. a docurtisement on the benefits of buying gear that lasts http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z20CjCim8DM&feature=youtu.be&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dz20CjCim8DM%26feature%3Dyoutu.be
What’s so special about the human brain ? a TED lecture
New Tristan Gooley book in Jan 14 in colab with The School of Life
small parcels of cyclocentric typographic loveliness
he also designs some of the t’s for howies
Facebook is better than sex ….
the evolution of the raspberry Pi (via Fubiz)
on the trail of orkney’s corncrakes by amy liptrot
anotherescape is the loveliest thing i have held and smelt this month. the quality of the writing is quite something
keep enjoying the ride
beautiful stuff for the antique wooden kitchen in the remote upland cottage in the daydream i have often but am unlikely to ever own
when Santa has squirmed his fat arse down your chimney he’ll need something to eat the sausage and chips you left him, and something to open the bottle of Jenning’s Sneck Lifter that you (surely) also left him …..
A global bullshit industry recruits the values with which we’d like the festival to be invested – to sell things no one wants
finish with a quote. always finish with a quote:
“It is always the adventurers who do great things, not the sovereigns of great empires.”
-Henry David Thoreau
Smoke Signals is *stuff from a load of different print, digital and social media sources that have amused, educated or inspired me. done in “notebook haste” with minimal intros, long hyperlinks, poor grammar and zero fanfare, the intent is that in following these smoke signals you may be led on an adventure of amusement, education and inspiration yourself.
Smoke Signals takes me about 15 minutes to collate
if anyone knows of an app or an easier way of collating this list please let me know