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A Mind in the Water – The dolphin as our beast of burden


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annie leibovitz

7 HABITS OF HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE Real influence rarely comes from title or position. It comes from understanding people and their deepest, most fundamental wants and needs. Everyone at some level wants to be heard, understood, and appreciated.… Continue reading

Curious application of the play

Jorge Luis Borges’ 1967-8 Norton Lectures On Poetry (And Everything Else Literary)

The PencilSword: Toby Morris

Making Sustainability Stick


How to start an innovative and creative co-operative housing project

real wealth is not material wealth. real pvovery is not the lack of food schlter clothing. real poverty is the belief tha tt he purpose of life is acquiring wealth and owning things.… Continue reading

The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.” –Bruce Lee

If you are trying to collect corporate data, start here

So here we are, a ship in sail upon a breezy night.

And so what guides the ships occupants to the distant dream of possibilty? As we have set foot into the waters of cooperative living, how doe we keep our ship sailing to a… Continue reading

Google has a stash of templates

Visualizing Newtork Graphs, anything like this for mac? NodeXL is a free, open-source template for Microsoft® Excel® 2007, 2010 and 2013 that makes it easy to explore network graphs.  With NodeXL, you can enter a network edge list in a… Continue reading

company that integrates third party apps…what else could be bundled in a dash board.

Science Fiction Envisions the World We Want – Kim Stanley Robinson

Bioneers Associate Producer J.P. Harpignies interviews Kim Stanley Robinson, among our most celebrated, award-winning sciencefiction writers and the most ecologically conscious. The author of many classic works including the seminal Mars and Three… Continue reading

Someone I resontate with Gibrán Rivera

“Together we can do what we could not do alone.” With this in mind, Gibrán’s job is to help people work better together. He is a consultant committed to the development of leaders,… Continue reading

The beginning in a “call in” work shop

Calling each other in. How do we do this. For so long i have held this mantra in my mind. I ve felt the sting of being shamed, called out,  by others from… Continue reading

Reimagine Everything: Grace Lee Boggs -PR&E

I’m a very old woman. I was born in 1915 in what was later known as the First World War, two years before the Russian Revolution. And because I was born to Chinese… Continue reading


A Note on Call-Out Culture

Call-out culture refers to the tendency among progressives, radicals, activists, and community organizers to publicly name instances or patterns of oppressive behaviour and language use by others. People can be called out for… Continue reading

the willingness to endure

The word brave has many synonyms: courageous, valiant, valorous, intrepid, heroic, lionhearted, bold, and fearless. But of all these my favorite definition of bravery is this one: a willingness to endure, even when fear and suffering… Continue reading

SOCAP, at the intersection of money + meaning – there’s a conference.

Since the very beginning, SOCAP has pioneered new ventures, investment tools, and ultimately relationships at the intersection of money and meaning. We know that if we don’t change the narrative of our economy… Continue reading

21 GIFs That Explain Mathematical Concepts

Yup, these GIFs explain it all better than my math teachers’ ever did.



Interview Techniques for documentary filmmakers

For those who work as documentary filmmakers you undoubtedly have thought about the importance of asking well thought out questions that not only provide you with the information you’re looking for but also… Continue reading

Birdman, movie review

Birman is a film about Art. It a film about the rejection of “lowbrow” entertainment and the celebration of “truth” in art. Throughout the film the main character, Riggan, struggles with a duality… Continue reading

SCORE – Seattle – Werner Erhard

Here’s the budget of a 31-year-old who wants to retire before 60

James Colvin started keeping a budget during his first job out of college, when he was making $28,000 a year and getting a paycheck only once a month. “I paid everything off and… Continue reading

Gimlet and Google talks

The 4 crucial roles in a startup

Originally posted on Ask Atma:
Building your company right – the first time If you are starting a new company one of the first issues you must face is who will do what?…

The Only Baby Book You’ll Ever Need

By MICHAEL ERARDJAN. 31, 2015 Photo   CreditMikkel Sommer Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Email Share Tweet Save More SOUTH PORTLAND, Me. — LIKE many parents, I have a particular book… Continue reading

Milk and Honey, Rapi Kaur Rupi Kaur’s first book, Milk and Honey is the poetry collection every woman needs on her nightstand or coffee table. Accompanied by her own sketches, the beautifully honest poems read like the… Continue reading

Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project +Seg Mapping

Pinoys in Seattle

An interesting map detail the location of Pinoy culture throughout Seattle! Plus a great integrated shopping set up.

Beyond Inclusion, Beyond Empowerment

Skill Sets for Targets Skill Sets for Agents There is a work sheet that i like… not found it yet… Rank Categories and Rank Roles Nine Categories of Rank The nine categories… Continue reading

QGIS tutorials

Google Tag Manager

Center for Community Change

Quote from CCs Fellow: As CCC’s Distinguished Taconic Fellow of 2014, Justin will be exploring new organizing models that combine politics with personal growth and community building – with particular focus on how… Continue reading

Ideo – Open Innovation Platform for Social Good.

Synecdoche, New York

Synecdoche, NY was one of the most dark, depressing films I have ever had to endure. It painted an unrelenting portrait of a man suffering from depression and a complete withdrawal from reality… Continue reading

They told us to close our eyes and pray

When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said ‘Let us pray.’ We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and… Continue reading

Margin Call, review

Margin Call was a drama following a couple lower level banking pions, Peter Sullivan and Seth Bergman, as they uncovered the unsustainability of their banking practices. As the Peter and Seth met with… Continue reading