James Clark

Links, reflections and updates:

  1. 10 May, 2022

    Money, infrastructure, and leadership development over the long-term. It’s a frustratingly simple formula.

  2. 07 March, 2022

    Despair is not about reality, or the world, or even ultimately the people we care about. It is about us. It is the act of allowing our very real sadness and fear to limit our sense of what is possible, about finding safety and comfort in that darkness, about avoiding heartbreak.

  3. 07 March, 2022

    The internet has always been a big part of my life and I’m thrilled to be joining such a powerful team to continue this vital work of protecting our rights online.

  4. 14 February, 2022

    "Food might be political now, and sitcoms, and novels, and every conversation with everyone you’ve ever known, but the sole exception seems to be politics itself."

  5. 26 August, 2021

    Rumours have been flying around Canberra this week of a possible early election. Like almost everyone else, I had assumed that Scott Morrison would want to put as much space as possible between these disastrous Covid outbreaks and the election.

  6. 03 August, 2021

    Decarbonisation isn't a set-and-forget kind of thing. Plans that don't account for what it would take to build and maintain political constituencies over the long-haul are doomed to fail.

  7. 09 October, 2018

    The IPCC’s Special Report on 1.5°C destroys any doubt that the fossil fuel industry is at war with our future. We need to confront them head on.

  8. 03 October, 2017

    Uber is better though of as a political project more than a company. It's job is to be the tip of the spear for surveillance capitalism's remaking of labour relations. And it's doing a very good job of it too.

  9. 01 September, 2017

    "The problem, it turns out, is not an overabundance of humans but a dearth of humanity."

  10. 10 August, 2016

    "And this is where the lesson transcends the question of Jewishness and anti-Semitism and goes hand in hand with the most essential questions the movement must ask itself today: What do we — each and every one of us — have to do to become our most powerful selves?"