Common Weal Campaigns Officer Jonathon Shafi and Head of Policy & Research Craig Dalzell talk about Common Weal's book How to Start a New Country which offers a blueprint for how to prepare for Scottish independence in a democratic "future neutral" way.
My online social experience is mostly through the indieweb. For following people and blogs, I use Aperture, a Microsub server, to subscribe to various social feeds. And then I read and interact with those feeds in various clients – e.g. Indigenous on Android, and Monocle on the web.
A Commonplace book (or commonplaces) are a way to compile and store knowledge, usually by writing information into books, notebooks, card catalogs, or in more modern settings on one's own website.
I’ve been doing this for nearly 20 years (documenting stuff on my blog), in various capacities and with mixed regularity, and this is the first time I’ve heard of this term. Every day is a learning day ?
And while the vast majority of the panel was previewing amazing new models and people rightfully drooling over them, there was also an extended Q&A session. Now I didn’t record it or anything, but between the utterly useless questions (“When are you bringing back Squats?”) and the very clear personal agenda questions (“What are you doing about X thing in Y build and what’s the release date?”) there were a couple questions and answers that revealed things about the process of how GW thinks about 40K that I think were potentially interesting.