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Friday, October 15, 2004 - 12:43 AM

Emerging Systems [UPDATED MAY 5, 02007] June 8 - Paul Hawken, "The New Great Transformation"

From Stewart Brand: "The environmental movement has moved on. It has become so deep and wide that it adds up to something new entirely, still unnamed. Whatever it is, it is now the largest movement in the world and the least ideological. Driven by science and patience, it is civilization-scale therapy." Paul Hawken, "ur-environmentalist" [biography] will deliver a 'landmark address' on "The Long Green." "The Long Now Foundation was established...


Sunday, October 03, 2004 - 07:04 PM

Community Thrivability Eugene, Oregon. The regional gathering of visionaries, creative solutions and inspiring stories. Please join in this October for a celebration of personal and planetary healing. The mission is to continue the development of a spirited community and highlight and support bioregional diversity and health. Eecognizing the contributions of women and youth within our communities. The conference features a live satellite downlink from the main conference. UPDATED!


Monday, September 27, 2004 - 10:31 PM

Seeding Ground How much oxygen did your furniture produce today? "Fill and cover with dirt, spinkle with grass seeds and water . . . This item can not be gift wrapped. As a bonus, you don't have to worry about bringing the couch inside for the winter...." Take an idea and organicize it!


Monday, September 27, 2004 - 10:19 PM

Community Thrivability Nanoletters reports, "a solar cell made with spinach has been developed that promises electronic devices incorporating photosynthesis, the highly efficient process plants use to produce energy from sunlight....Initial tests showed that the rudimentary device could convert 12 percent of the light it absorbed into an electrical charge, and researchers think they can increase that output to 20 percent by thickening the amount of biological material on the substrate."


Tuesday, September 14, 2004 - 03:00 PM

Resonant Guide A wiki is a website or collaborative software that allows any user to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows that content to be edited by others. Wikipedia was created as an information source in an encyclopedia format that is freely available. The license we use grants free access to our content in the same sense as free software is licensed freely. This principle is known as copyleft. UPDATED!


Saturday, September 04, 2004 - 03:59 PM

Open Intellect From Groklaw, an open research database of the case for free & open source's legal legitamacy, and made up of programmers, lawyers, paralegals, and the general public. Combined effort makes it possible to find esoteric technical information and evidence that otherwise might be missed by those with a less technical background. such as; HOW TO Switch from Windows to Linux.


Sunday, August 22, 2004 - 02:08 PM

Awareness Research In the concluding paragraphs of the decision, Justice Sidney R. Thomas (9th US Circuit Court, LA) wrote: "[W]e live in a quicksilver technological environment with courts ill-suited to fix the flow of internet innovation....The introduction of new technology is always disruptive to old markets and particularly to those copyright owners whose works are sold through well-established distribution mechanisms," the court wrote. The Ninth Circuit decision is based in part on the fact that P2P networks have significant non-infringing uses, and that they can help artists earn money, The Electronic Frontier Foundation reports.


Friday, August 13, 2004 - 03:27 PM

Community Thrivability Imaginify the Bioneers and Planetwork conferences converging together in a symphony of ecological and technological imperatives. That's the way the 2005 World Exposition in Aichi, Japan (March 25 through September 25, 2005) is poised to go...From the website, "The site is being constructed with minimum possible impact on the environment in order to fully symbolize and express the Expo's theme 'Nature’s Wisdom.' One pavilion, Growing Village doesn't build houses they grow them...."


Thursday, August 05, 2004 - 08:00 PM

Seeding Ground Edward Scissorhands was lauded for his skill in the art of topiary. Arborsculpture is an art form utilizing the live tree trunk as the medium. By grafting, bending, framing and multiple planting. Imaginify growing useful, solid, flowering, fruiting, seasonally changing kinetic works of art and architecture.

"Arborsculpture is a unique art form that has been called
the ultimate branch of topiary with the potential to save the environment.
There are other words and terms that are used to describe this art.
Pleaching, grafting, permaculture, tree trunk topiary, botanical art,
botanical architecture, biotechture, living art, visionary art, and really weird."

- Richard Reames, Arborsculptor, Blog

Peace Web by Richard Reames (CC Attribution 2.5) ||| Two Leg Tree by Axel Erlandson (GNU License)



Monday, July 19, 2004 - 02:52 PM

Creative Stimulus Part I. What is FreeCulture.org? It was founded by the Swarthmore Coalition for the Digital Commons and Downhill Battle, with the help of organizations such as Click the Vote. So.. "What is Free Culture?" Perhaps one could begin by asking, what does a free culture look like? If you like their answers to that question, or at least find them intriguing, then maybe you'll be interested in reading their attempts at nailing down some concrete parts of a definition of free culture. Like everything else on their site, it is a work in progress... feel free to contribute! click Read more...

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