Here’s Lunar Time.
A whole new way of working is opening up after joining Thursday Hacky Hour meetings at University of Technology Sydney. I meet Mike Lynch. Mike writes the code for the new iteration of my Pedestrian, that will now trace gestures that accompany expressions of scientific knowledge.
So now to trace and animate the gestures I’ve recorded over years, of Antarctic scientists describing natural cycles of change and recent aberrations to these.
Here Andrew Davidson describes connectivity in the Souther Ocean ecosystem.
This feels crazy but true as I leap in. But it also feels kind of comforting, like stitching old familiar patterns. But the patterns are alarming.