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Cloud Time

Around p. 32, they refer to states of exception in cloud culture to be ontological, rather than ‘exerted by a hegemonic or sovereign power.’

Design Cybernetics – Navigating the New

Springer Design Research Foundations

Designing Programmes

by Karl Gerstner

Det 5. trinn av Dag Andersen

Veien til et nytt samfunn. En bok av Dag Andersen.

Detail in Typography

‘A concise yet rich discussion of all the small things that enhance the legibility of texts’

Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space

“An extraordinary guidebook to the politics of infrastructure in the contemporary world.” —Stephen Graham, author of Cities Under Siege

Josef Albers

This book is available in a cheap paperback with relatively low-quality printing. The book still has some value through explaining the exercises but the colours are lacking quite a bit.

Nordisk Mat av Magnus Nilsson

En omfattende kokebok med oppskrifter fra hele Skandinavia. Mange norske, svenske og danske klassikere.

Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered

Ernst Friedrich Schumacher CBE (16 August 1911 – 4 September 1977) was a German-British statistician and economist who is best known for his proposals for human-scale, decentralised and appropriate technologies.

Spoon Fed

A 2020 book about nutrition, the food industry and the web of lies, biased and downright fake information and research generated to make you and I believe that one thing is better for you than another.

The Craftsman

Richard Sennet explores craftsmanship – ‘the desire to do a job well for its own sake’.

The Nature and Aesthetics of Design

A 1964/1978 Book by David Pye about design, workmanship, craft, tools, aesthetics, machines, art, material, wood

The Nature and Art of Workmanship

A 1968 Book by David Pye. About design, workmanship, craft, tools, art

The Noma Guide to Fermentation

By René Redzepi and David Zilber

Your Symphony of Selves: Discover and understand more of who we are

This book came up in a talk between James Fadiman and Sam Harris on his podcast Making Sense.