What I've been reading lately: the Dartmoor Debacle, putting the photo first, smartphone navigation, and the problem with AI
A mixture of topics this time, from recent controversies in the outdoors world to the impact of AI on the creative fields (oh, and the crappification of consumer goods).
A collection of interesting reads from around the web.
The winter that was, a bolt of blue, beyond Craigellachie, and a safe space for women in the outdoors.
Calling it out, reflections on nature and 'the outdoors', environmental principles, and learning to deal with freelance anxiety.
Ocean to Asgard, sunset on Suilven, the true risk of catching COVID-19 outdoors, and some good news from the publishing industry.
Shooting the breeze, bending nature writing out of shape, in pursuit of purity, and is walking just a joyless trudge?
A battle for birdsong, Slow Ways, a moment of surrender, and writer's blockdown.
A month of snow, a dark miracle, hard knocks on Ben Nevis, and the business of writing.
Kit help and hindrance, time travel, the style debate on K2, and where book publishing is heading in 2021.
The wings of change, a contested landscape, hot tenting, and a history of women walking.