C’est dans le métro parisien: Naturally 7 Live in Paris Subway
The documentary Abandoned Berlin visits derelict and abandoned places in Berlin. The movie is by Jordi Busquets and features extracts from an interview with blogger Ciarán Fahey: “When I see a fence and it says BETRETEN VERBOTEN (no trespassing) … it’s almost an invitation and you have to accept it.”
Here is another example of a digital space furnishing tool. All that looks very neat and works smoothly, it’s experimental and fun to use. However, who is the first to invent a digital tool that allows furnishing living spaces with stories?
A tourist in Reykjavík couldn’t find the address of a farm located near the city of Búðardalur and drew a map on the letter instead. The letter seems to have safely arrived at the farm indicated with the red dot marking ‘here’.
A new book in German on the worldwide growing number of repair initiatives: ‘Repairing the World – Open Source and DIY as post-capitalist practices’ (my own translation). This book collects ways of doing things together beyond market and state. The book can be downloaded for free from the editor’s website.
A socially and ecologically forward looking place on this planet is the Scottish Ilse of Eigg, where the historic semi-feudal system of land ownership was replaced by a new model of community based ownership.
A series of photos on squatters in Bangkok, who have turned taken out of service airplanes into homes.