Coachella, which Xeni says is “sort of like BurningMan, but with better music, more port-a-potties, somewhat less nudity, about as many E’d-out hula-hooping-and-flame-dancing love children, and half the dust and wind,” is over. But she took pictures.Festival of the 100th Monkey, the sequel to Phoenix Festival has been postponed ’til next year. Maybe I’ll go to the national Rainbow Gathering instead… but I doubt it.I’d love to go to Psygeocon, a psychogeography conference, next week but it’s in New York.I’m gonna try to make it to Burning Man this year. Any other cool gatherings coming up?
“I think you can have a good standard of living and use energy responsibly. You don’t have to feel bad about living well,” says Peter S?derholm, who lives in a futuristic eco-friendly apartment in Malm?, Sweden. It combines green living with insanely spaceage living. It’s sun and wind powered, has sod roofs, and cleans its own soil. It has remote control secuirity, weather reporting, ventilation control, etc. Anyone know of any other housing projects like this?
Link (via Wired).