I like this person's perspectives on cultural/legal/personal commentary: they strike a very good balance between well-reasoned and irreverent. Smart but unserious. For example, discussing cultural capital + economic capital = total capital/wealth/class, they observe that there are very few (if any) people with significant cultural capital but without economic capital:

That’s because Bourdieu thinks there are almost no such people. If you’re starving from a lack of food and “starving for better art”, I guess you prioritize the literal starving.

They've been writing, it seems, pretty consistently since 2020. This is an easy signup for my RSS feed; I'm working through the backlog now.

I also appreciate the .net TLD:


Blogs Dynomight


UK trail ultramarathon packing list

What I pack when I go out for a run beyond the usual bounds of sense.


The railway quadfecta

Running west from Wingate on the erstwhile Ferryhill & Hartlepool Railway