Is there a good Werner Herzog Collection around? Maybe @plomlompom knows something?
I've been occupying my time far more of late with philosophy, and far less with news.
It occurs that news is informational content with the shortest possible relevance, whilst philosophy has some of the longest. At least if you follow the good stuff.
And some of the best shows up in the History of Philosophy (without any gaps) podcast, by Peter Adamson of LMU in Munich, which I strongly recommend:
Wes Cecil is also excellent:
'A Socialisme Ou Barbarie Anthology -
Autonomy, Critique, and Revolutionin the Age of Bureaucratic Capitalism'
The ancient Greek word for "bear" was άρκτος.
The Arctic is named after the animal; it's the place where bears are.
Naturally, when you find a place at the opposite side of the globe from the Arctic and where there are no bears, it's the anti-Arctic - in other words, Antarctica.
So the Arctic is Bears Place, and Antarctica is Not Bears Place.
Anticapitalist Mastodon instance. Party means fun, not political party. But we're still political.