She argues that humans need face-to-face contact, as they need air and water. We have evolved for it, to the extent that those surrounded by a tight-knit group of friends who regularly gather to eat—and, crucially, gossip—live an average of 15 years longer than loners. Quality face-to-face contact is essential for a social species, Pinker…
[gallery] stuffparty: London 2014 (by Karl Gunnarsson)
It rains in Aarhus.
[gallery] What even is this? Why is this a thing? And it’s Danish even. This needs to just go away.
[gallery] Hello sheep. I just ate your cousin. He was delicious.
our notion of privacy, when conceptualized in relationship to “public,” does a disservice to both concepts What Is Privacy? — The Message — Medium