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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Don’t Blame the Folking Bankers

Prior to his descent to Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square, the Governor of the Bank of England (the UK central bank) Mark Carney had sat awaiting the world’s politicians as they climbed the mountains of Davos to consult their gurus. There Peter Sutherand, a Goldmann Sachs non-executive chairman gave this grim warning ahead of the European elections:  “It is [...]

The Problem with Mapmakers

In a recent ‘What is to be Done?’-typearticle at National Collective, Michael Gray summarizes the analytical work being done by those at Mair nor a roch wind, some of my own thoughts, and the “McAlpine propositions”given at the Radical Independence Conference of November 2013, himself producing a five fingered to-do list for the architects and [...]