On September 9th, 2016, I gave a talk at Hopscotch Design festival in Raleigh on the topic of Designing for Hope and Action; here are selected images from that talk annotated for anyone who wants to take a deeper dive.
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History teachers still love this song.
A first step for understanding media. TLDR; the format of the content delivery changes the content itself, and us…
Newspapers used to print multiple editions per day. Can't do that anymore.
Truth to power and See It Now
Consider whether or not this is helpful, but if you want it, here it is.
It wasn't just Raleigh; people scared as hell from…nothing.
Here in town, officials couldn't find evidence of any emergency, other than injuries caused by the stampede.
Stephen Pinker explains this image. TLDR; violence is down everywhere.
There is no better time to be alive than now, anywhere in the world.
A War on Lawnmowers? Are we prosecuting these guys yet?
What we're spending to protect us on one versus the other is insane too…it's a 1000x mismatch.
"Their boy Elroy…"
Sir Tim is just…the best. He could have kept it for himself, he could have owned it, but he didn't. He set us free.
These are luddites, scared English textile workers. They smashed machines for good reasons.
Thanks to these friends for helping me think about these ideas, and for helping me feel more hopeful when I needed it.
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