So yesterday, I started on a cool upcycling project because my aux cord died. I snipped off the ends of the cord and tied it in a coil. This coil will eventually be part of a basket once more dead cords are added. Because cords die in abundance in this house. I've always thrown them … Continue reading Solarpunk Action Week, Day 4
Results of Day 1 So I wasn't able to do much because we had to get a bunch of other errands done, but at one point, while waiting in the car for my wife while she deals with her father, I was able to address one of my repair pile projects: A yellow Earthbound Trading … Continue reading Solarpunk Action Week, Day 2
What's solarpunk? It began as a sci-fi aesthetic in which people survived post-apocalyptic or nearly-apocalyptic circumstances by banding together, helping each other out, sharing knowledge and resources, and converting to renewable local resources and local sustainable economies. And then a bunch of people said "Why the fuck is that sci-fi? Not only do we need that now, but this stuff is actually completely obtainable. Let's band together with our communities! Let's stand up for each other's human rights! Let's build a local economy of shared and renewable resources!"