in other news, lately i've been reading about the default mode network and its effects on creativity and honestly ? it's real. like yesterday i made some headway on an idea that i'd been bouncing around for almost a month now, and it's because i let myself zone out in an airport instead of listening to a podcast or whatever.
interesting interview that got me started on this kick: https://www.gq.com/story/how-and-why-you-should-be-bored
politics, employment, job market, precariat
although tbh a lot of the recent emphasis on "creativity" as a marketable trait is borne out of anxiety over automation and generally precarious employment conditions. if you're creative you're "irreplaceable", right?... right?!
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