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RE: Not in Kansas anymore

I can easily see a type of technology based on smart phones that could track the path of severe weather as it traveled on the ground in real time.

Living in tornado alley, it can be nerve wracking to stay up all hours of the night just listening to the weather reporter telling you that the storm is in this town, seeing your town up the road and listening for the sirens to go off or to hear the newscaster say "if you live in area x, now is the time to seek shelter." Then racing…


Posted on April 26, 2010 at 9:51pm

Take it out of my microchip thanks!

I think that currency will go the direction of electronic transfer to the point that those transactions will be immediate and basically unseen by the consumer. I'm not thinking that its my favorite plan, but its what I see coming.

I find it interesting that so many of the people discussing the US use the example of falling use of credit cards as a reason why things are about to change. I think that isn't necessarily the case. Most of the people I know are paying off their…


Posted on April 7, 2010 at 11:27pm

Dinner 2020 - just walk to the back yard

As I sit down to dinner, I remember a summer evening in 2009 I spent with a friend of mine outside of Seattle, Washington. It was late around 8:30 or so, but we went outside into her garden and picked cherry tomatoes and leaf lettuce out of her garden for dinner. Who would have thought it would have lead to what I have now.

After dinner I will have to go out and herd the chickens into the coop and secure the goats for the night. Then go out the side gate to check the drip…


Posted on April 6, 2010 at 5:02pm

Office Farm

I'm in the process of convincing our green initiative leader (each branch office has one) that we should make a concerted effort to grow food in the office. This morning I planted strawberries and tomatoes and will plant some herbs tomorrow morning when I get in. Many of my office mates have green thumbs (unlike me) and I hope they will take up the challenge of who can have the best "office farm".

While this may not directly aid in the food security of the local neighborhood,…


Posted on April 6, 2010 at 4:55pm

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At 5:33pm on March 26, 2010, Sarah Shaw Tatoun said…
Mary, it doesn't look like you're getting mission credit for your blog posts. You can get credit by going to the post and putting in the mission and the activity you want the post to apply to and then pressing the button-- I think it says apply credit or something. You should see it-- I think right above the points area.
At 1:33am on March 20, 2010, Philip Wood said…
Welcome to EVOKE Agent Sexton. Glad to have you here, there is much to do.

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