Exclusive New Statesman analysis
Well worth a read:
Exclusive New Statesman analysis shows the government paid private contractors almost double the retail value for food parcels containing items that were barely edible. @Anoosh_C reports on the figures:https://t.co/ckRHafIR7B
— New Statesman (@NewStatesman) October 23, 2020
I picked this out of the pavement leaf-litter, thinking it was an eerily-matching piece of packaging but it's a real leaf - a real...designer leaf. How on earth did it get like this?
Watched: summerland ★★☆☆☆ more of a children’s film in my view.
It is a tricky problem to get to a truly public space from our current private and commercial ones? I recall an idea that I think was talked about in Scotland about giving everyone a domain name when they were born linked to some sort of identifier. Something like that could be linked to different services at different times and deal with the fast pace changes in internet services.
It took me a while, but the results were great:
more info on the class blog: Creativity from a Triangle – Banton Biggies
Maique joins us this week from Lisbon. He worked for two decades as a photojournalist before becoming an independent photographer. He talks about the challenges of doing photography when you can’t travel, and how he copes as a new dad with the flood of baby photos. We also chatted about the upcomi...
Well that was nice. It is comforting to hear a professional photographer talk about the value of non professional photos in the A Day in The Life microblog challenge.
Join hosts Martin Feld, Andrew Canion, and Jason Burk as they make their way through topics such as technology, coffee, books, culture, and more from different hemispheric views. Plus, cool accents! ;)
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