chrisaldrich / collective

There are forty-three people in chrisaldrich’s collective.

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  1. This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • January 28th - February 3rd, 2023

    Twitter’s APIcalypse, HTML interop, and football poems. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for January 28th - February 3rd, 2023.

    You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your favorite podcast app here: martymcgui.re/podcasts/indieweb/.

    Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project: Day 85 - Suit, Day 48 - Glitch, Day 49 - Floating, Day 9, and Day 11

    Thanks to everyone in the IndieWeb chat for their feedback and suggestions.

    https://martymcgui.re/2023/02/04/this-week-in-the-indieweb-audio-edition--january-28th---february-3rd-2023/

    —Huffduffed by schmarty

  2. Hannah Ritchie on Eating Local - Econlib

    Having completed several degrees in environmental science, Hannah Ritchie nearly left the field out of helplessness and frustration, worried she would never make a real difference. Today, she’s a passionate advocate for changing climate messaging, replacing what she believes are paralyzing–and often false–claims with empowering arguments that people can embrace. Listen as the head of […]

    https://www.econtalk.org/hannah-ritchie-on-eating-local/

    —Huffduffed by JeremyCherfas

  3. Revisiting Svetlana Alexievich’s The Unwomanly Face of War During Russia’s War on Ukraine ‹ Literary Hub

    Welcome to Lit Century: 100 Years, 100 Books. Combining literary analysis with an in-depth look at historical context, host Catherine Nichols chooses one book for each year of the 20th century, and…

    https://lithub.com/revisiting-svetlana-alexievichs-the-unwomanly-face-of-war-during-russias-war-on-ukraine/

    —Huffduffed by AndrewHazlett

  4. This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition • January 21st - 27th, 2023

    New community members, proliferating Fediverse plurality, and tasting in production. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for January 21st - 27th, 2023.

    You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your favorite podcast app here: martymcgui.re/podcasts/indieweb/.

    Music from Aaron Parecki’s 100DaysOfMusic project: Day 85 - Suit, Day 48 - Glitch, Day 49 - Floating, Day 9, and Day 11

    Thanks to everyone in the IndieWeb chat for their feedback and suggestions.

    https://martymcgui.re/2023/01/28/this-week-in-the-indieweb-audio-edition--january-21st---27th-2023/

    —Huffduffed by schmarty

  5. Ursula K. Le Guin : Words Are My Matter - Tin House

    “Hard times are coming, when we’ll be wanting the voices of writers who can see alternatives to how we live now, can see through our fear-stricken society & its obsessive technologies to other ways of being, & even imagine real grounds for hope. We’ll need writers who can remember freedom—poets, visionaries—realists of a larger reality…” Words Are My Matter collects talks, essays, intros to beloved books, & book reviews by Ursula K. Le Guin, one of our foremost public literary intellectuals. It is essential reading, & through the lens of deep considerations of contemporary writing, a way of exploring the world we are all living in.

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/ursula-k-le-guin-words-are-my-matter/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  6. Ursula K. Le Guin : Steering The Craft - Tin House

    Ursula K. Le Guin believes we cannot restructure society without restructuring the English language, and thus her book on the craft of writing inevitably engages class, gender, race, capitalism, and morality, all of which are not separate from grammar, punctuation, tense, and point of view for Le Guin. Ursula K. Le Guin is the author of more than sixty books of fiction, fantasy, children’s literature, poetry, drama, criticism, and translation. She talks today about her writing guide, Steering The Craft, newly rewritten and revised for writers of fiction and memoir in the 21st century.

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/ursula-k-le-guin-steering-the-craft/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  7. Neal Stephenson : Seveneves - Tin House

    A catastrophic event renders the Earth a ticking time bomb. In a feverish race against the inevitable, nations around the globe band together to devise an ambitious plan to ensure the survival of humanity far beyond our atmosphere: in outer space. Only a handful of survivors remain … Five thousand years later, their progeny—seven distinct races now three billion strong—embark on yet another audacious journey into the unknown, as they voyage to an alien world utterly transformed by cataclysm and time: Earth. Neal Stephenson combines science, philosophy, psychology, and literature in a magnificent work of speculative fiction that offers a portrait of a future that is both extraordinary and eerily recognizable.

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/neal-stephenson-seveneves/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  8. William Gibson : The Peripheral - Tin House

    Where Flynne and her brother, Burton, live, jobs outside the drug business are rare. Fortunately, Burton has his veteran’s benefits, for the neural damage he suffered from implants during his time in the USMC’s elite Haptic Recon force. Then one night Burton has to go out, but there’s a job he’s supposed to do—a job Flynne didn’t know he had. Beta-testing part of a new game, he tells her. The job seems to be simple: work a perimeter around the image of a tower building. Little buglike things turn up. He’s supposed to get in their way, edge them back. That’s all there is to it. He’s offering Flynne a good price to take over for him. What she sees, though, isn’t what Burton told her to expect. It might be a game, but it might also be murder.

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/william-gibson-the-peripheral/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  9. Ted Chiang : Exhalation - Tin House

    “Ted Chiang has no contemporary peers when it comes to the short story form. His name deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as Carver, Poe, Borges, and Kafka. Every story is a universe. Every story is a diamond. You will inhale Exhalation in a single, stunned sitting, because true genius doesn’t come along nearly as often as advertised. This is the real thing.”—Blake Crouch, author of Dark Matter

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/ted-chiang-exhalation/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  10. Doireann Ní Ghríofa : A Ghost in the Throat & To Star the Dark - Tin House

    Irish poet Doireann Ní Ghríofa joins us to talk about her latest poetry collection, To Star the Dark, and her prose debut, A Ghost in the Throat, a debut that has captured the imaginations (and all the awards) in Ireland and the UK and is just out now in North America. A Ghost in the Throat is wonderfully hard to categorize: a memoir, a work of historical fiction, an autofiction, a translation, a book about translation, a book about poetry, a book that is poetry. It is all of these things and yet reads less like a work of avant-garde literary experiment and more like a detective or adventure story, an act of literary archaeology, a love letter, and a reclamation against the erasure of women’s lives and women’s art.

    We talk about the erasure of women, the erasure of motherhood in literature, the erasure of Irish language, Irish culture and the Irish social order under British colonization, and how she conjured the largely erased life of Eibhlín Dubh Ní Chonaill (who wrote the Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire, one of the great laments of keens in Irish literature) in the face of such absence and silence. We also talk about translating the Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire and about self-translation (of Doireann’s own Irish language poetry into English), about oral poetic traditions carried down from one woman’s body to another versus text-based poetry fixed to the page. All this and much more.

    https://tinhouse.com/podcast/doireann-ni-ghriofa-a-ghost-in-the-throat-to-star-the-dark/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

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