Of digital holidays

Technology has grown in ways that surprise us all. We can either continue to be swept away by the digital tide or we can take a moment to pause and reflect on what part technology plays in our lives.

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Billionaires should not exist 

Throughout history, billionaires have had perverse effects on society, culture, politics, and economics. Given the challenges standing before us—climate change, a breakdown of the global rule of law, pandemics and so on—it is now time we end the reign of the billionaire once and for all.

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Now is all

Instead of getting lost in the fantasy of infinite tomorrows, try finding comfort in embracing the right now.

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Embracing Play

One of the fundamental skills that we are born with is our sense of play. Like many precious things, though, we slowly lose this sense throughout our increasingly serious lives. 

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Our missing values 

If we are not certain what we believe in, we allow ourselves to be misled and deceived by those with ill-intent, as the results of the Voice referendum campaign in Australia show.

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Of Cooking

Cooking is an act of love, both for oneself and for others. Yet it can sometimes feel like a lot of work. Here we explore how we can make cooking fun again by reducing friction.

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Of Rituals

Our focus on habits has led us to forgetting the quietly transformative power of the ritual, a thing that allows us to define and practise that which is valuable to our life.

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Diversify your media life

No one asks themselves “how will consuming this piece of media contribute to—or fight—white cultural dominance” when picking something to watch. But maybe we should start.  

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