It has always been a radical act to share stories during dark times. They are regenerative spaces of creation and renewal. As we experience the desecration of our lands and waters, the extinguishing of species, and a loss of sacred connection to the earth, we look to emerging stories. In them we find the timeless connections between ecology, #culture, and spirituality.
aims to bring together professional and young creatives from a diverse range of backgrounds. by publishing the latest news and key issues in the fields of #architecture, #design, #technology and art, our mission over the past 20 years has remained the same: unearthing the best projects and curating a selection of the most interesting aspects of contemporary #culture…before you can find it anywhere else.
Started in 1997 by Floor64 founder Mike Masnick and then growing into a group blogging effort, the Techdirt blog relies on a proven economic framework to analyze and offer insight into news stories about changes in government policy, #technology and legal issues that affect companies' ability to innovate and grow. As the impact of technological innovation on #society, civil liberties and consumer rights has grown, Techdirt’s coverage has expanded to include these critical topics.
In publication since 1999, we are an independent journal that appears online as well as in annual print issues. We don’t adhere to any particular themes or tastes, but some people tell us they see one, maybe there’s something there? #literature #magazine#siteoftheday
We are not a big corporation, we are a dozen or so people working together to research, write, and record the most interesting stories in #science, #history, and #psychology. We are ardent proponents of quality over quantity, and accuracy over hyperbole. We tell intriguing true stories as often as we can.