Link Loving 15.02.11

February 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • Andy Field has a beautiful, insightful, passionate piece on art, innovation and re-imagining the world.
  • The Economist on the trials and tribulations of getting into a university and social mobility.
  • Adam Ramsay on why he hasn’t joined the Labour Party as large numbers of his lefty friends have.
  • I just can’t get enough of the fake twitter profiles. This one is quiz-shaped to test out your BS detectors.
  • Jonathan Smucker has a fantastic essay unpicking the immigration narratives in the US – and a cracking example of a pro-immigration angle from Howard Dean.
  • As South Sudan gets ready for independence, it decides to build a whole new capital city.
  • Sunny Hundal on why the UK student movement has died before it ever really lived again. Depressing reading.
  • Matthew Herbert on leadership in activism.
  • Tom Baker thinks it’s time to say goodbye to the World Social Forum.
  • The world’s largest game of dodgeball – with video – in 360-degrees!

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