Links I Liked

One more week to apply for a new job working with me to take this blog up a level, source lots of great content from southern authors etc. Details here (16th December deadline).

How Change Happens now available in Chinese

These motor cycle gangs are getting out of hand. Ht The Filling Station

Tom Baker risks another sausagefestgate with this male-dominated, but promising list of books for/about campaigners. I’d add Sarah Corbett’s How to be a Craftivist and Leslie Crutchfield (at least for the case studies),  while Leila Billing recommended Rebecca Traister and Elaine Weiss,

Hey, that’s our stuff: Maasai v Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum

“Sounds Robotic” New CGD Podcast on tech and development

Why does inequality matter? Branko Milanovic summarizes the evidence: bad for growth of incomes of poor people and leads to political capture and the erosion of democracy.

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