"We are all lichens."
from "A Symbiotic View of Life: We Have Never Been Individuals"
and this, my friends, is a fucking mic drop
"Queer Theory for Lichens"
Question to everyone, but especially neurodivergent people:
What do you do to deal with a situation in which there are multiple things that require to be done immediately?
As part of my job, I often get multiple requests at the same time (like, 3-4 things that are supposed to be solved right now all at once). I know the only action I can take is starting from the most urgent one… but how can I tell my brain to stop freezing/panicking, focus on that one thing, and avoid feeling overwhelmed?
Posted 23 photos: A visit to the woods on my doorstep. We were hoping for more chicken of the woods, but it seems like it's beefsteak fungus season! This deeply disturbing bracket fungus which bleeds and wobbles like raw meat is found mostly on oak trees, anywhere from by the ground to way up high.
We levelled up on this foray though - mushrooms up to 11 feet high are no longer safe from us due to my unexpected new skill of precariously and hilariously balancing on R's shoulders.
Also a great haul of puffballs. And a few late hen of the woods.
the planets Venus and Cupid in Boston
Proton mail, who claim they don't keep IPs, have handed the IPs of climate activists over to the French police. The activists had their homes searched and were arrested.
So the only way Protonmail is secure is if you use a VPN
Today, I have been learning about spintriae - Roman coins with (mostly) explicit sexual images on one side and a number between I and XVI on the other. No one’s quite sure what they were for.
This Twitter thread has good images and debatable interpretation:
And this article from Board Game Studies has proper background and context:
friendly lichen occasionally assuming human form (they/them) , alt for @sifr
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