Leaving the beautiful city of Ljubljana after a week here with my students. It's heartwarming and a journey of discovery to see the human wealth and diversity these countries represent. Yet, I think too often we forget them in our political discourse, and their reaction is - understandably - to get annoyed and indifferent.
My dear Europe, we have _so much_ more work to do!
Back from a medieval fair. Maybe it was the surreal blend of modern and ancient clothes, or the awe-inspiring choirs played in loop, or the actual Gallo-Roman ruins where it took place, or a couple of familiar faces I hadn’t seen in years...
At some point, I experienced an overwhelming feeling. Past, present and future overlapped.
I can’t stop wondering if in two thousand years, people will party in the ruins of some fossil fuels era megalopolis, disguised as the ghosts of today.
Brought a group of 30 of my computer science students today on this beauty. They're here for a summer school on urban resilience, and we talked about transportation too.
I wanted to show them a different side of my hometown: I dream of a resurgence of sailing, wisened by the new technologies that we created since motors took over.
Will this trigger thinking, or will it just be a fancy trip on an old boat? Good question to go to sleep with, I feel.
Exploring the world in all possible ways. Nothing human is alien to me.
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