How do we deal with climate crisis talk and the discourse of inevitability as critical futurists while avoiding denialism, asks @Kerileef@twitter.com

Toni Ahlqvist speaking about the antagonism between big data and "thick data". My question: is this datafication and its opposite or two alternative paths of datafication?

There's so much embedded in this diagram (or "thinking machine") by Ullrich Kockel

Here's one metaphor for science: a puzzle made up of puzzles. Do the different puzzles fit together on the same plane?

RT @3Lmantra@twitter.com

Beautifully put by @BenAndersonGeog@twitter.com on "collecting everything" "when the pre-insurgent is everybody,& anybody could become an insurgent, then everything is dangerous.When everything is dangerous, all of life must be known & intervened in without limit”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/3Lmantra/status/11

RT @neilrkaye@twitter.com

What percentage of all global fossil fuel CO₂ emissions since 1751 have occurred in my lifetime.

If you are 15 it is more than 30%
If you are 30 it is more than 50%
If you are 85, it is more than 90%

🐦🔗: twitter.com/neilrkaye/status/1

*Game of Thrones spoiler!*

Maybe there's a lesson here about naming children.

RT @kjhealy@twitter.com

Meanwhile we have several hundred little Khaleesis about. I imagine their parents are falling back on the claim that they named their daughters for the *idea* of free-spirited female leadership, rather than wanting to endorse the reign of any particular pyromaniac imperialist.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/kjhealy/status/112

RT @mdufva@twitter.com

Haa! Kotona oli odottamassa laatulukemista: Futura, aiheena yhteiskunnalliset tulevaisuudet!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/mdufva/status/1127

Stop eating fish. It’s the only way to save the life in our seas | George Monbiot

If governments won’t take on the lethal fishing industry, we must, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot

theguardian.com/commentisfree/

Playing with talktotransformer.com

The bold part is by me, the rest is AI-generated. Most results have been hilarious or strangely accurate.

RT @carolecadwalla@twitter.com

This is a cover-up. There’s no other way to put it. By both govt & opposition. Biggest electoral fraud in 100+ years. Foreign interference. Subversion. And for any sort of overview, you must turn to the national broadcaster. The German national broadcaster

🐦🔗: twitter.com/carolecadwalla/sta

RT @Vervoort_Joost@twitter.com

A bit of framing for tomorrow's lecture. Seems helpful to start a new course with an open discussion about politics and academia in the current political climate.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Vervoort_Joost/sta

Joko viikko meni? Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 7/7. Laura Lindstedt: Oneiron. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com, haastan @Lehiel@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 6/7. José Saramago: Kertomus sokeudesta. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com, haastan @SariHMiettinen@twitter.com

Tänään futuristisella Finlandia-talolla Winland-hankkeen loppuseminaari @WinlandFI@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 5/7. Paul Pierson: Politics in Time: History, Institutions, and Social Analysis. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com, haastan @TeroVillman@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 4/7. Julie E. Cohen (@julie17usc@twitter.com): Configuring the Networked Self: Law, Code, and the Play of Everyday Practice. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com, haastan @PasiHario@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 3/7. Lauri Viita: Moreeni. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com
, haastan @aamostaylor@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 2/7. G. H. von Wright: Ajatus ja julistus. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com
, haastan @mjukka@twitter.com

Kirjahaaste, suosikkini 1/7. Thomas Hylland Eriksen: Hetken tyrannia. No reviews, no explanations. minut haastoi @mdufva@twitter.com , haastan @shoysniemi@twitter.com

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