More dust: (there is something called dust people!)

I have stumbled through this while doing some internet flaneuring (a.k.a procrastinating). A monthly newsletter dedicated only to dust, written by Jay Ownes. The topics seem really interesting, I plan to take a deep look one I take a break sometime in the foreseeable future I hope: She has argued for the importance and magnificence […]

Non melancholic futility and the city

In the weekend I read a candid book on ethics and research. No, not that kind of book. A candid book.  One that demands you to untie your bundled self. I knew what the book was about, I have been tentatively trying to walk between the legs of similar texts, uncertain whether or not I […]

Mother of the Megacities. Broadcast on BBC in 1993.Synopsis: The… — Cairobserver

Mother of the Megacities. Broadcast on BBC in 1993.Synopsis: The problems facing the world’s largest cities are often seen as hopeless, yet in Cairo there is no homelessness, the crime rate is low and development continues within traditional cultural boundaries. Asks if other cities could learn from Cairo’s success, as more that half the world’s population… […]