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difficulty with bacon. Imagine2

Outside the green streets and waterways flash by as the prt car moves through the northern California towns. I am lucky to be moving so well when there is so much net load today that insome places service has been interrupted in waves causing slowdowns and basically a form of traffic. I can tell the new is slow because I have been attempting to load a new program I just acquired on my trip to my dynamo fabber at home, hoping to have it loaded in in time for my afternoon meal.

The… Continue

Added by cattavery on March 18, 2010 at 7:00pm — 13 Comments

It starts in your own backyard : Everything

After the Rodney King Riots at Humboldt State University I learned that from a friend. First you have to clean up your own backyard. To do that you dont need to go anywhere else and you dont need to join another people and you dont need to be anything but who you are.

It will still take courage. Because things will not turn out exactly like you envisioned, partly because its important to collaborate and bring more than one strong voice to projects like local food security.… Continue

Added by cattavery on March 14, 2010 at 11:30pm — 6 Comments

Robust, longlasting and solving many problems at once *ToughStuff*

Its obvious in the Port au Prince refugee camps that there is an immediate gain from using one of these units. Light at night means more than education and socialization for many people it also means security. The ToughStuff solar lamps bring added security to displaced peoples daily lives. The effort is Haiti was aided by… Continue

Added by cattavery on March 5, 2010 at 1:00am — 11 Comments

Culture is a treasure: dont fight it

One of the great temptations for an alchemist and innovator is the inherent values and skill sets that come packaged along in the deal with that elusive elastic ever growing human aspect called "culture"

The way we make our hearth, the clarity of our water source, the security of our planted foods are all things which affect this culture however they do not define it. The growing evidence and richness of the leapback effect, the result of leapfrogging of communities through modern… Continue

Added by cattavery on March 3, 2010 at 9:30pm — 7 Comments

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