grief at work

i can’t remember exactly when it started, but for at least the last few years, i’ve been paying an increasing amount of attention to grief. there was a point where i read francis weller’s book, martín prechtel’s book, and was listening to lama rod owens on instagram and the internet talk about grief (like this video) during the early parts of the covid-19 pandemic (those videos have been taken off of his instagram and yes, i’m grieving that).

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why i might call you to set up our next meeting

i have attuned to the tyranny of doodle (and its equivalents) for a few years now. asynchronous scheduling officially drives me up the walls. of course, in some contexts, it’s necessary (most notably when there are many schedules to accommodate). but, just like how video calls have become a default in many places where they need not be, sending a doodle has become automatic.

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unleashing alternative futures: pre-existing conditions

18 june 2023

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how could you look your magic in the face and turn away from it?

i was either listening to this iebyi interview or this episode on the emergent strategy podcast and someone quoted amb saying this line.

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on equity and liberation

a couple weeks ago, my friend yoojin asked: Wondering if you happen to have any resources on sort of a 101 on the relationship between equity and liberation (connections and differences).

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