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Samuel Gyllenberg's Blog – May 2010 Archive (7)

Working on ACT 3

This is something i've been thinking about a while. Concerning things like gym's and everyday devices.

There are generators out there, such as on the bicycle, or at the gym where the machines should be able to generate energy instead of them draining energy on the machines or lights.



What im looking into abit is to find some kind of energygenerator either such as a kinetik engine to physicaly work to make energy to re-charge my laptop, or to put together a heat-based charger such… Continue

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 8, 2010 at 9:57pm — No Comments

Imagin 2

Where are you? Who are you eating with?
Im at home, in Linköping, In Sweden. With me are my wife and the two children 17 and 10. It's summer and were wondering at the pace of life in the early summer sun on our small agriplot.



Where did your food come from? How did you get it?

The food would come from one of our agriplot and from farmlands close to Linköping. Mostly vegetables, but also still partly meat. The meat is either wild meat, or that it's a due for good…
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Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Heroes close by

I've been rumaging around abit while thinking about mission 2.

Somehow I've started to look at the missions and think on them but in a numerical order. It's thought reading and thought thinking, as a westerner. We do really have so much. and still i feel my hands tied by my own culture and society. How do i break bonds and work with my knowledge and my resources to achieve a difference for some of the problems.



Will have a go at some other missions for life close to… Continue

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 3:19pm — No Comments

Where to be in 2020

In my world, I will be standing on my own two feet. My child will be of age 10, and i will be still happy with wife. I will be working nationally with games as a medium. Putting together conference and meeting places to handle games and play all over Sweden. We will have conquered the segregation aspect of our gaming culture, and managed to bury a hatchet in society by having games as a medium to come to terms over.



My friends will be of young and old with a network spreading all over… Continue

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 2:10pm — 1 Comment

How to find a hero

Was thinking of a innovation hero to continue my journey. And several came to mind. One of which would be the one who made me take this step.



Afew years back i studied games, and we were talking and working with the idea of games as a tool to achive other things. Through out the 2 years we got back to talking about Jane, and games like Cruel 2b kind and now evoke. Had someone not sent me the TED presentation i might have missed this, but the inspiration from the presentation pulled me… Continue

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 1:56pm — No Comments

First followups of the week

went to see other agent progress ,starting with new agents.
learn 1 of agent Anngell Vorpax. interesting reflection, and true.

looking into following agents
nomadHAR
Gabriel Martin

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

Learn 1

Ethan Zuckerman's post 1

Innovation (often) comes from constraint (If you’ve got very few resources, you’re forced to be very creative in using and reusing them.)



I think this is one of the most genuin thoughts and guidlines. The ability to see through how to use things and not focus on what you could do if you had something but focusing on doing things with what you have at hand, making new things and creating from what resources you really can bring to the effort is a basis for… Continue

Added by Samuel Gyllenberg on May 6, 2010 at 7:45am — 2 Comments

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