[weekly linkdump, somewhat edited from my delicious]
The books you read don't make you a terrorist, no matter what the government says. http://t.co/1J3oTodewm
— Ramez Naam (@ramez) June 30, 2015
A very short list this week. Must be the heat. Sorry.
A Hard Deadline: We Must Stop Building New Carbon Infrastructure by 2018 – “By 2018, no new cars, homes, schools, factories, or electrical power plants should be built anywhere in the world, ever again unless they’re either replacements for old ones or are carbon neutral?”
Fracketeering: how capitalism is power-hosing the last drops of value out of us all – “Welcome to capitalism’s late late show. If you can power-hose the last drop of value out of something, you now have an amoral imperative to do it.”
“Protest Is Broken”: Co-Creator of Occupy Wall Street Calls for New Mental Shift – “What we learned from Occupy, and also with the Arab Spring, is that revolutions happen when people lose their fear. So I think the main trigger for the next revolutionary movement will be a contagious mood that spreads throughout the world and the human community.”
Your Personal Vegetable Growing Cheatsheet – Now interactive.
Maquisard – “is a charming game of snooping and investigation. As the lobby boy at a fancy hotel, the player receives clues from the resistance about the identity of a government agent and tries to figure out their identity by snooping on the guests over the course of three days.”
Pope Francis recruits Naomi Klein in climate change battle – “Social activist ‘surprised but delighted’ to join top cardinal in high-level environment conference at the Vatican”
The Bovine Intifada: How 18 Cows Came to Represent Civil Disobedience for One Palestinian Village – “Non-violent resistance can take many forms, from sit-ins to boycotts to the withholding of taxes. And sometimes, civil disobedience comes in the unlikely form of 18 cows on the lam.”
There will be blood – “Wie Hate-Speech das Netz verändert –
und das Netz Hate-Speech”