Sunday Scraps #31

Somewhere, out there.

More people have died of COVID-19 than in the Plague of London / how to propose something for COP26 / how people ate in the Middle Ages / 6 grades of sting / the story behind a table / the rate of vaccination doesn’t fill me with a lot of hope / Life Without Buildings is such a cool name for a band / might watch the Truman Capote Tapes / a friend read me Litany which is probably one of the nicest things that happened to me in this short year so far, shame it wasn’t about me / a long diatribe on Crittall windows /  the prison where they filmed The Shawshank Redemption / things to do in my garden this year / the Design Council are looking for Associates and Experts / the modernist building in the middle of Wimbledon station which I go past quite a bit for work / how to do nothing (when there’s nothing to do?) / Politics in Wired States and Technologies of Freedom by de Sola Pool / a new book on the Simulmatics Corporation / the New European Bauhaus is a blog hosted by the European Commission. Alrighty then. / in the meantime I’ll work on my eudaemonic attitude and follow this nun’s prayer.