Stewart Butterfield taxes me. If I can't define a live organism as a volume how can I say where it is in space? Problems, problems: An undergraduate introduction to Peter Unger's Problem of the Many helps me out a little.
On a different note completely,
on Sylloge Stewart talks about how visuals enhance music. I recommend thoroughly the paper linked there [ Time and the Observer]. God, I wish I knew more about that kind of stuff. What should I read?
The 8 most recent posts are titled
What has the EU ever done for us? Some thoughts on a new mapping project, I'm also blogging over at the Job Garden blog, Four short stories and what I learnt writing them, What's changing in property and the thought process behind working with a couple of startups in the recent program, Mid-program reflections #5 – accelerators, corporates, and an ambition to become the Innovation Partner of Record, Mid-program reflections #4 – six thoughts about Office Hours, Mid program reflections #3 – startup cadence versus agency cadence, and Mid-program reflections #2 – how to run Founder Stories.