One Girl Revolution
One Girl Revolution
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bjorn engo for gustav bahus 1948
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humanoid
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Senegal’s pink Lake Retba: a sight for sore eyes. 
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"Following another’s path leads to who they are - not to who you are."
Harry Palmer
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For MAD4, we published a book of essays titled the MAD Dispatches. These fifteen texts were designed to complement the live talks of the symposium and explore the What is Cooking? theme from as many angles as possible. In the essays, which we’ll be publishing from today, you’ll find discussions concerning the past and future of cooking; how progress happens in the kitchen, and whether it ought to; the ideas and people worth carrying forward into memory; and how cooks, purveyors, and writers stand to influence how we’ll feed ourselves in the decades to come. We hope that the writings will make readers want to dig deeper into the question of why standing behind a stove, or sitting around a table with friends and family, is important to them.
We’re kicking things off at the beginning: the first essay of the book, which explores how harnessing fire and cooking was crucial to mankind’s evolution. It’s by Stefano Mancuso, a former MAD speaker and founder of the study of plant neurobiology. His work investigates how plants are complex ecological structures and communities that can gather, process, and share important information. He is a professor at the University of Florence, Italy, and a co-founder of the LINV (the International Laboratory of Plant Neurobiology).

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"The price of being a sheep is boredom. The price of being a wolf is loneliness.  Choose one or the other with great care."
— Hugh MacLeod, an American cartoonist and writer, creator of gapingvoid.com
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louise bourgeois
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