Bastard Pandemic v. Bastards

‘When you want to know how things really work, study them when they’re coming apart.’ ― William Gibson, Zero History   A crisis has its own way of focusing our minds on what matters and what doesn’t. It still feels like such early days and who knows what’s over the edge of this thing, really, but our relationships, our politics, our infrastructure—everything—is facing a stress test unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. The outlines of some things become clear immediately; while panic buying captured the headlines, a quieter surge of self-organised kindness has welled up from all quarters. Fast-moving, adaptive, and … Continue reading Bastard Pandemic v. Bastards