“An ounce of practice is generally worth more than ton of theory.”
– E.F. Schumacher (author of the book Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered)
At last year’s Small is Beautiful conference in Glasgow, the first speaker was writer and author Jocelyn K Glei, who at the time was Founding Editor and Director of Behance’s 99U.com and also edited their excellent book series.
‘The Second Age of Small’ is a new report jointly produced by artsy e-commerce giants Etsy and the UK organisation the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).
They’ve put together a handy 9-part summary of the findings on their website, so in order to mark the 2nd Small is Beautiful conference happening this week in Glasgow, I thought I’d pick out the key points below:
This is my highly unofficial Guide to the Hidden Door Art Festival 2015, filmed on the final night (Saturday 30th May). Running time = 5:15 minutes which admittedly is long for an internet video these days, but there was a lot to pack in. (Also, there’s some NSFW language at the beginning).
I’m convinced this was one of the best events ever in Edinburgh, thanks to the combination of the space itself and the independent artistry it hosted, plus the fact you could wander around and peek into the various buildings and rooms and there was always something interesting to experience.
The Chaps on Macs are back for another special Mountain Shores Podcast to discuss the most recent Apple announcements, but our infatuation with the world’s most profitable company appears to be waning.