On June 19, as we head towards the solstice, my #AudioMo is a reflection on the week, and lockdown, and the importance of understanding how the pandemic is experienced elsewhere.
It’s June 18 but I have little to say for today’s #AudioMo. I’ll read Cheryl Misak’s Frank Ramsay biography instead.
For my #AudioMo for June 17 I’ve disinterred a fairly random note from over a year ago about time travel and jewel thefts. It came from a time when I travelled on trains.
It’s June 15 and a change of topic for me in #AudioMo – away from space, and into time as I reflect on the small object that sits on my desk and keeps me company as I write.
In my #AudioMo for June 13 I reflect on the ways we can reconfigure public space as we adapt to Covid-19, and how we need those who own private space to adapt.
My AudioMo contribution for June 12 is a reflection on commuting – or its absence. And a realisation that it’ll never go back to the way it was before.
Day 9 of #AudioMo and I’ve been on air for @digitalplanet – and I’m reflecting on the importance of context and location, and how to make a space feel different when so many of us are spending so much time in one location.
On Day 8 of #AudioMo things are a bit pressured as it’s a long work day, but I have the Reflection app to keep me calm, with generative ambient music and imagery courtesy of Peter Chilvers and Brian Eno. Stay safe.
The weft of our daily lives has been unwound for many of us since SARS-COV-2 found its human hosts. Do we take this opportunity to rethink the warp, too, or are we content to weave the fabric on the same pattern.
For today’s #AudioMo I’m reflecting on a new book I’m reading, Cheryl Misak’s life of the philosopher Frank Ramsay, and why deep reading matters in these turbulent times.