This is a picture of Matt Webb and Matt Jones. Nope, I have no idea either.
Matt Webb has started blogging again, pretty much daily, and it's great.
I've never liked science fiction (sorry) and I mostly only like movies that are set right now. Again, very sorry about that. Sorry.
Matt writes about a near future, let's say tomorrow, in a science fiction way. If that's science fiction then I guess I'm into that now.
"There are a bunch of ersatz foods that were invented out of scarcity and necessity, but have somehow stuck around. Salad cream. Canonical substitute food done good. Basically a bit like tangy mayonaisse but with less expensive mayonaisse and more oil and vinegar."
"If I were WeWork, I'd roll out their exact setup to office buildings right by commuter belt railway stations. Sell package deals to city-based firms for separate 3-4 person offices in 20 different towns, for all the employees that live in those places; sweat the details about integrating with I.T. department and make sure there's secure internet."
"Next: discos, probably. Music is massive UK export. Eurovision aside we're really good at it. Drop nightclubs in shipping containers, stream in all the good stuff. Good sound system, good lights. Hearts, minds, and banging techno."
Anyway. Read Interconnected.