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@simsa02 "softness and openness of the joints" is key - or rather, the joints are the points at which _muscular_ blocks occur, like kinks in a hosepipe.

@simsa02 How weird, it was Wong's video I watched yesterday, so I'm slightly confused. Interesting to compare though. That last section of Wong's form is just amazing though.

Smol Birb, an absolutely lovely little interactive story, ~40m to play:

red dragonfly
in the most favourable light
how long the day

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Have you seen Lindswell Lindswell's Wushu performance from 2018? Her movements strike me with awe!

@simsa02 Awe-inspiring definitely... I could watch tai chi vids all day 🙂 I love that a good form moves from the power of "strong" yang to "supporting" yin in a breath. Given the power of water, how would one wield it?

Mmm, coffee and 80s radio. Good morning and tzag all. What's your weather like?

Can modern life basically be summed up as 'I really want something interesting to happen to me'?

Catching up with Schrems II and SCCs today because that's just how I roll. Should make for non-standard dreams at least.

a week ago, showed our audiovisual work in the largest planetarium in the world Argh, why have we let that become the "usual"? *sigh*

Carbonalyser in Firefox is saying has used twice as much energy as youtube for me, which seems pretty crazy. I check the interactive map every few days, but can it really be more intensive than video streaming?

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