Thoughtfolio 96 — secret messages in Patagonia clothing, the rise of mushrooms, and your own home surveillance drone.
What I’ve been reading this week…
Patagonia’s secret messages. (3 mins) — corporate-rebels.com
“Last month, Patagonia customers began finding the message “Vote the assholes out” sown into labels on their clothes.” A brave move by a large company that seems to live its values. What do you think?
The relentless rise of mushrooms. (13 mins) — www.nytimes.com
“Neither plant nor animal, mushrooms have confounded humans since ancient times.” The benefits of mushrooms seems to be growing in awareness. If you’re intrigued, I highly recommend listening to Paul Stamets on the Joe Rogan podcast — it will blow your mind.
The drone security camera that flies around inside your house. (2 mins) — www.theverge.com
Two questions: 1) Who really needs one of these? 2) Isn’t it time that we pay proper attention to privacy concerns?
“Remember this, my friends: there are no such things as bad plants or bad men. There are only bad cultivators.” Victor Hugo