The Ovaltine Moment 

Automontage 

21.1: Classic SF pre-read: On creating cannons, and how to read problematic fiction & authors. 

El cliente no siempre tiene la razón. 

How Design is Politics. 

Completamente de acuerdo, Andreu. 

Foresight 

How to spot good “futurism” 

Thank you for reading and commenting, Diego. 

El futuro como objeto de intención. 

Kerckhoff in love 

The Player Character 

I wouldn’t trouble you, but.. redux 

Making Markets 

20.2: An Unkindness of Ghosts post-read: Slave States, Trauma, and Theocracy 

Elderblog Sutra: 10 

I wouldn’t trouble you, but.. 

On the liquidity of mountains, and cats 

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