new Transmission: Keep Earth Weird, a chat with Quinn Norton

Show Notes

A solid hour of talking about totally non-bleak stuff with Quinn Norton. Like the unfolding slow apocalypse (aka the early Jackpot Years (aka Welcome to the Churn)) , and why – no matter how bad things get here on Earth – it’s much easier to terraform our home planet, than settle on Mars or Venus.

Also the pros of slow travel and technomadism, and the cons of cupcakes.

Works mentioned:

  • Robert Jackal’s Moral Mazes
  • William Gibson’s The Peripheral

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