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  1. David Brooks | How to Know a Person: The Art of Seeing Others Deeply and Being Deeply Seen

    Recorded November 1, 2023 Acclaimed for his ability to “elevate the unseen aspects of private experience into a vigorous and challenging conversation about what we all share” (San Francisco Chronicle), David Brooks has written an op-ed column for The New York Times since 2003. Also a writer for The Atlantic, he formerly served as an editor and columnist at The Weekly Standard and The Wall Street Journal. He frequently appears on PBS NewsHour, Meet the Press, and NPR’s All Things Considered. His books include the bestselling Bobos in Paradise, The Social Animal, The Road to Character, and The Second Mountain, which posits that those who embrace lives of deeper commitment and service to others find greater fulfillment. In How to Know a Person, Brooks offers a creative guide for truly looking another person in the eyes and, through them, understanding something deeper about ourselves.

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  2. Andreas Malm on Palestine, Climate Activism and over-shooting 1.5 °C

    Andreas Malm is a Swedish climate activist, associate professor of human ecology at Lund University, and author of the best-selling How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to Fight in a World on Fire. Naomi Klein describes him as “one of the most original thinkers on the subject" of climate change.

    In this interview with his Verso editor, Sebastian Budgen, he discusses the origins of his climate activism, strategic failures of the climate movement, his pro-Palestinian politics, and eco-socialism.

    You can find all his work, including How to Blow Up a Pipeline, here:

    0:00:00 Intro 0:00:43 Early life 0:13:17 Palestine 0:28:50 Involvement in Climate Politics 0:35:50 Fossil Capital 0:41:20 Robert Brenner (long waves) 0:44:43 Eco-socialism 0:50:11 Progress of the Storm (opposing transhumanism/OOO) 0:54:52 Corona Climate Chronic Emergency (war communism and ecological Leninism) 1:09:19 How to Blow Up a Pipeline 1:13:06 Strategic failures of the climate movement 1:27:23 White Skin, Black Fuel 1:33:19 Overshoot (Adaptation and carbon capture going past 1.5C) 1:43:30 Psychoanalysis 1:46:50 Wilderness

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    —Huffduffed by bengook

  3. #99 – Matthias Pfefferle on ActivityPub, WordPress and Decentralised Social Networks – WP Tavern

    So on the podcast today, we have Matthias Pfefferle. Matthias started using WordPress in its early stages when it was still known as b2. He became passionate about blogging and the web 2.0 era. Ove…

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