Well, that was harder than I was expecting.
I tried to find good reading that was completely free of references to you-know-what, but struggled. In the end, I gave up yesterday, and have returned to it today.
(It trigged some other though processes, which you can read here - but, be warned, the "c" word is mentioned.
On with the links!
Imagine you have an outdoors film festival. Imagine you can't hold it for… reasons.
How about putting the film online - for free?
Some beautiful and inspiring watches in here.
What do fake Eames chairs, extra legroom, and $40 scented candles have in common? They're "premium mediocre".
I've come across this idea in the past, but this is a good exploration of why stuff that's just a bit better than the bog standard has become such big businesses of late.
Imagine rewilding on this scale - reintroducing the bison across great swathes of the US, a sight that most of us only know from movies about the old west.
Theres something quite lovely about dreaming ideas this big to address some of our biggest environmental issues.