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Buffy B's Blog – March 2010 Archive (10)

IMAGINE4 vGlobal Day ~ March 24 2020 ~ Avatar Action Summit

I imagine virtual reality will have advanced by the year 2020 to work on hand-held devices eliminating the need for high-speed access and high-end computers. This means people from all over the world will be able to virtually connect and collaborate, a global meeting of the minds. Here's the poster from my event, vGLOBAL DAY the first Avatar Action Summit. Be there.

Added by Buffy B on March 31, 2010 at 6:08pm — No Comments

ACT4 Jane Goodall's Project Blue

I've always admired Jane Goodall http://www.janegoodall.org/, even heard her speak once where she had the entire audience sparked about her passion to start a program called Roots and Shoots. That was ages ago, and I'm so happy to see not only is her program a success, but Roots and Shoots Canada has branched out to another initiative, Project Blue:…

Added by Buffy B on March 27, 2010 at 3:41am — No Comments

LEARN4 United Nations Water Org

The United Nations UN-Water org http://www.unwater.org/flashindex.html because this is a joint effort to bring awareness to many countries: "UN-Water is composed of representatives of 26 United Nations organizations. United Nations organizations include those responsible for major funds and programs,… Continue

Added by Buffy B on March 27, 2010 at 2:20am — No Comments

IMAGINE3 Power to the People

I'm at my favorite outdoor music festival in the middle of nowhere listening to musicians from all over the globe, heard as clear as if I was sitting with the group who arrived early and camped out at the front. This band is popular and soon it will be my time to pedal to keep those amps pumped. Perhaps I'll grab my partner and dance on that kooky… Continue

Added by Buffy B on March 21, 2010 at 9:50pm — 1 Comment

ACT3 Recharge while you Wash

This exercise got me thinking, what do I use every day that the energy could be harnessed and used to recharge a cel phone, and batteries for a LCD flashlight or radio, given both are used in Africa. Well, for one, I am lucky enough I just need to turn on a tap for water.

My invention would easily attach to a water tap and the running water diverted through the device would be enough to spin the water-wheel part inside and generate enough voltage to recharge while the water…

Added by Buffy B on March 21, 2010 at 9:17pm — No Comments

LEARN3 Bloom Box Power Inventor K.R. Sridhar

I chose an inventor I hadn't heard of before now. K.R. Sridhar is the brains behind 'Bloom Box', an alternative source of power which works because large US companies (Google, WalMart, FedEx and eBay) are currently testing it, and because he has a vision that "In five to ten years, we would like to be in every home,". He's thinking big.

The Bloom Box, according to the press "generates its power wirelessly through a combination of oxygen and a fossil fuel…

Added by Buffy B on March 20, 2010 at 6:40pm — No Comments

IMAGINE2 Tonight's Menu for March 10, 2020

I'm sitting at my regular table as is everyone else at theirs. We wait, patiently but in silence with a collected gloom hanging in the air.

Wait a minute.

I don't like the sounds of that so adjusting my thinking to positive mode...

We're sitting in our local pub-style restaurant, menu's flipped open but it's the Special of the Day that's caught our attention. It has locally-grown written all over it with everything…

Added by Buffy B on March 16, 2010 at 2:09am — No Comments

ACT2 Buy Local To Feed a Local

Our small island has a wonderful summer community Saturday market where it's as much a social event as it is a sale of home-grown this and that. People of all ages wander around chatting to friends and stopping at the "regulars" tables who, week after week hold down their spot, rain or shine, hot or cold, or simply battened down tight when the winds come. Everyone knows everyone except the tourists and it's hard not to be merry with the live music from a local band a far cry from the canned… Continue

Added by Buffy B on March 16, 2010 at 1:06am — No Comments

LEARN2 Food for a Small Island

I live on a small west coast Canadian island where the vast majority of fresh vegetables have to go for a ride on our ferry to get here, most certainly after a long journey in planes and trucks beforehand. I wasn't surprised to see a local grocery sale flyer, three of the four fresh items had done so, their place of origin far far away. Do we really need this stuff? This exercise has got me thinking about that.

I doubt if anyone would take notice if our grocery store…

Added by Buffy B on March 16, 2010 at 12:02am — No Comments

IMAGINE1 Where I'll be in 2020

I will be in my 70s and the last of my blond hair long turned to silver. I will be well on my way to being a wise elder and will reflect on the years gone by with a smile on my face and a heart full of love. I will be happy that I chose the simple life and didn't get hooked in to the notion that having 'stuff' brings happiness. I will have made a difference in the lives of many by doing small things in my own way; an orphan child sponsored, an abused woman mentored, an elder assisted across the… Continue

Added by Buffy B on March 6, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments

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