Not-at-all weekly notes
Oh boy, what happened since April. A motorbike tour in the south-east of France, a car tour in the south west, a month in Buenos-Aires, a bit of nothing here and there and here we are, wondering how time could go so fast.
Right now, being lost in Patagonia feels great (I mean, not that lost,
I can still
apt upgrade in less than an hour),
so it's probably a good time to empty my buffer and start a few projects again.
- Rebuilding My Personal Infrastructure With Alpine Linux and Docker
A bit of inspiration for an interesting way of structuring a personal server.
Just discovered the scuttlebutt protocol and all the apps running on it, a really good idea.
- What is a "now page" ?
Love the concept of a now page, it's gonna happen here. At some point. An original idea from Derek Sivers, and if you've never heard him before, the way he talks is mesmerizing *_* and this interview is worth listening to.
- Solarpunk: a reference guide
Solarpunk is a movement in speculative fiction, art, fashion and activism that seeks to answer and embody the question “what does a sustainable civilization look like, and how can we get there?”. Didn't know that existed, quite an interesting positive movement.
- New Evidence Suggests Satoshi Nakamoto Is Paul Solotshi, The Creator of Encryption Software E4M and TrueCrypt
Completely in love with this theory.
- Inflammation Predicts Decision-Making Characterized by Impulsivity, Present Focus, and an Inability to Delay Gratification
Everyday a bit more, you realize that willpower is overrated.
- The team trying to end poverty by founding well-governed ‘charter’ cities
80000Hours podcast usually has excellent guests and topics, this one puzzled me particularly.
- Jukio Kallio, aka Kozilek, has an album out
I knew him from the Pluto EP (Vietnam is a heavy one) so this is a bit different, a lot lighter, but it's a lovely album and some of the songs go pretty well with the moutains. This one has been running all evening: Jukio Kallio - Sä Oot Olemassa (Official Music Video)
- Gilles Deleuze sur Soundcloud
L'ensemble des 413h de cours de Gilles Deleuze, y compris trois séances encore jamais mises en ligne. Et des transcriptions par là
- Je ne me souviens plus trop de ce que j'ai lu entre temps, sinon que j'ai dévoré le dernier Alain Damasio "Les Furtifs", un plaisir intact de retrouver son verbe, sa capacité à faire sonner la langue tout en racontant une histoire prenante.