Monthly Archives: May 2011

More ideas venues . . . and a request.

Just a quick post to say that here are two forums for ideas. TED is a site where people expose their ideas verbally in short films. The Conversation is a site that gets academics to expound on ideas. These are, … Continue reading

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Planning ahead by having a spare tyre . . .

Check this for some wonky thinking from the land of the free.   That a leader of the free world might say such a thing is utterly mindboggling! Anyway, judge for yourselves, here are a couple of articles on the … Continue reading

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The world’s limited storyline – antidotes to the infant media tat.

Have you had a chance to look at the news running on the Infant Media? It is extraordinary how limited the world’s storyline, on the Infant Media platform, is when you consider that the human population of the planet is … Continue reading

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Outrageous Fortunes, some interesting ideas including one to counter short-termism

Hiya, At the link you will find 20 minutes or so of an interesting interview with an economist with some polarising ideas.  He talks of “deep factors”, an American revival (after the Chinese ascent) also an antidote to political short-termism … Continue reading

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Some wonky juxtapositions, and some good listening

Hi there, It has been some time since I made some input here.  I have been busy turning a sauna into mobile sauna.  This has now been accomplished successfully.  I did however manage to squish the end of one finger, … Continue reading

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