These recent elections have gotten me to think about voting in a new way again. I've talked to many people who have been dissapoointed with Obama's first term, but because they don't want "the other...
Vision for a meaningful and sustainable Economic system
Currently most of us work close to 40 hours a week to meet our basic needs: Food, clothing, shelter. The lucky ones among us have...
This documentary covers the evolution of our discovery and then dependance on oil. It is quite informative if you want to learn more about our dependance on this ancient and yet incredibly finite...
A beautiful touching story about how one person, through small steps in each day of their lives can affect great change in this world. A story about how we can redirect the love that we once had for...
Here is a funny and informative commentary on our colonial behavior and unspoken history.
Watch the video: Robbert Newman's history of oil
permaculture is the philosophy that one needs to be self sufficient and self reliant in order to be free. It is the opposite approach from modern economic culture in the sense that it is the pursuit...
here is a nice photo reel of a recent recycled fashion show I went to a few weeks ago.
100% re-used materials! and some very pretty executions...;)http://www.flickr.com/photos/frankofotos/sets/...
Hi folks, some general information which is important to know:
On all plastic bottles / containers, you have a number. This number indicates the type of plastic that was used.
Some plastic is meant...
Did you know that in the middle of the Pacific there is a big huge ball of plastic & garbage that is spinning, ever growing in size and currently the size of Texas??
I sure didn't, how horrible!...
speaking of which, here is a website that goes into future scenarios. Interesting for anyone thinking about that vague land called tomorrow...
In the not so distant future, people will be marketing devices, and especially electronic/computer related ones for entirely different qualities than they do today.
A typical computer will be...
Another book, another accolade.
"The last hours of ancient sunlight" by Thom Hartmann, is an excellent book.
Amazingly every book I pick up lately has immense value.
More from me soon, its been quite simply because there has been so much going on that I can't keep up with my blog lately!
But to keep you warm, here is an excellent online info-story I would...