A plant by the Marriot near the Tampa airport.
A busy and packed trip to Baltimore and Tampa this week prevented much in the way of blogging, but there were several links of note that crossed my attention.
A Metis blogger called “âpihtawikosisân” has been producing some incredible stuff on Attawapiskat [...]
A review of things that caught my eye this week:
In #Occupy news, three articles of note: The Good (an #Occupy Wall Street Open Space), The Bad (an #Occupy LA arrest and torture) and The Ugly (Republican messaging regarding #Occupy). And The Helpful. A story about the choices cities make in dealing with [...]
Dave Pollard has published a comprehensive list of books which together might hold to the keys to How to Save the World. To those I would add these, from my library, as a modest addition to tools which help us make best use of our collective intelligence.
Photo of the rock wall at Window Rock, on the Navajo Nation, where I was visiting and working last month.
Links that I have come across recently:
A comprehensive list of theories about how we think, feel and behave. From Vision in Action, a long piece by Elisabet Sahtouris on a Tentative [...]
Crystal glass water music Indivisible oneness: a gorgeous essay by Evelyn Rodriguez Rheingold on the coming age of cooperation Go fill your ears with music: The mammoth list of mp3 blogs The Grand Plan to get the US onto to solar energy. Some fine organizational tools for non-profits and philanthropic endeavours An amazing [...]
Photo by Nathan Ward
Little elements that showed up lately:
A beautiful periodic table of the elements by printmakers A reason why I love the web: Indian cooking on YouTube Johnnie brings it on with a great find on power. Bonus is that he also introduces me to Greater Good magazine. Dustin [...]
Photo by Jeremy
I was out surfing this week…
Integral strategies – a site in evolution Why I Never Hire Brilliant Men: “Does he finish what he starts? Geniuses almost never do.” Ouch. The new basis of power suits? Shirts that generate electricity. Chaos and fractals – a collection of links Walkabout [...]
I’ve decided to start posting random links again, found through my uncontrollable surfing addiction. I’ll just publish these in lists of ten, to keep them manageable. Some recent noticings
The internet is a black hole. Plep’s puzzels Get outside and look for Comet Holmes The only way to be above suspicion is to be [...]
Here is a selection of interesting papers for your summer reading:
Is it time to unplug our schools? – Almost everything published in Orion is interesting. This article looks at what schools are doing to teach a deep relationship to nature. Altar calls for true believers – on the challenge of practicing what we [...]
It has been a light week of blogging – I’m taking some time off. At any rate, here are a few notes I’ve collected.
The Tällberg Forum: Every year all sorts of interesting people gathering in Sweden to ask questions like “How on Earth can we live together?” You can follow along with their [...]