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nucleated cells: narratives of competition versus cooperation

one particular line section in the mary catherine bateson episode of on being sort of blew my mind.

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the benefits of no meeting day

so here’s the thing: there will always always be more to do than i can do. (note: i’m going to use “i-statements” for this, but it also applies to you and all of us). no matter how much i limit my contact with new people and new ideas, there will always be more to do than i have time for. i could sit alone for years and think up enough to do to keep me occupied for a lifetime (is everyone like this? maybe not…).

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learning to let go of either/or thinking

so there is a shift afoot with regards to either/or and both/and thinking. it’s happening in lots of places and from many different directions, people in my circles are decreasingly interested in either/or thinking. people are leaving behind the idea that choosing between two options is ever a realistic situation.

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my developing theory of time

a couple months ago i was having a conversation with a coworker about my thoughts about time management and made a note to write them down. i’ve been writing down so many ideas to write about that i’m several months behind, but here we are.

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vs with eve ewing: community is mutual accountability

my friend, andrew binet, tipped me off to the podcast, vs, and it’s amazing. food4thot is on break right now and vs is very much holding that space in my podcast lineup for queer thoughts and words right now.

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