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Moths and mechanics, glass and glasses, nurses and spiders, business and beer – more Blowing Bubbles.

October 17, 2020

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Updating the Episode list for Blowing Bubbles. 119.  Karl Gradon in Whakatane BeKind Business Bubbles 120. Simmone Wood in Broad Bay. Bubbles of Small Miracles 121. Ashleigh Smith in Central Dunedin Bubbles of Caring Partnerships 122. Malcolm Macpherson in Alexandra Changing Practice Bubbles 123. Indra Kularatne in Auckland Different World Bubbles 124. Rebecca Williams in Cromwell […]

Talking about games and sustainability

November 5, 2017

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Someone asked me today if I know of anyone who has thought about connections between games design and sustainability. They’ve come to the right place.  Turns out I’ve talked to a lot of people in this space: Josh Tanenbaum:    Design fictions through games Ann Pendelton-Julian:  (architecture really, but interesting thoughts about games creating conditions) […]

Am I an activist?

February 26, 2014

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Ben Shneiderman declared at CHI last year that “HCI is an activist discipline”.      We’re  trying to work out the implications of this – what would it mean for computing to be an activist discipline? (see also Hopeful Tourism Computing).    To find out, I’ve been trawling through the podcasts for sustainablelens.org where we ask […]

What’s your favourite quote?

July 17, 2013

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There’s lots for computing folks to take on board in this round up of recent guests on SustainableLens.org. Enjoy. Tell us which is your favourite quote in the comments.

Sustainable Lens: Resilience on Radio

March 30, 2011

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So, let’s make a radio show we said.  And make a radio show we’re doing.  And it’s a blast.  And, dare I say it, it’s good. Sustainable Lens: Resilience on Radio has now had five shows (podcasts from sustainablelens.org).     Each week Anton Angelo, Shane Gallagher and me talk with an invited guest, all through […]