Hey so these are a bunch of videos on youtube that I found inspirational. Like, Awesome… Informative… makes me want to dance type stuff, all rolled into one. I’m still figuring out what order I want to put them in or how to best present them. But I guess if you’re interested in me, I[…]
Add this to your Google Calendar: http://www.transitionsf.org/san-francisco-farmer-s-markets-1 A Google Calendar of all of the Farmers Markets in and around San Francisco- Pretty neat! Right now I’m adding all the ones I actually go to to my own calendar… Menlo Park. Palo Alto. Los Altos. East Palo Alto. …and counting 😉
“my world is CHROME. here is some of the stuff i’ve been shooting around town.” From NYC HDR, posted by Rexford William Pechler on 3/03/2011 (29 items) anna times square “information center” in the subway DSC_0076_7_8_tonemapped spaces for plants open stairway DSC_0131_2_3_tonemapped_tonemapped hdr_newyork_is_wet_DSC_0008_09_10_tonemapped DSC_0014_5_6 central park lake, bridge, central park central park DSC_0061_2_3 rock, lake,[…]
It all starts with changing where and how you get your food. Go someplace else or just bring a different approach!
- Grow Your Own.
- Buy In Bulk.
- Get it for free.
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I started thinking about founding an eco-village about a year ago, and since then I’ve been researching various sustainable technologies and looking for land and partners. In the meantime I’ve found/built a network of interested people, and may have just found some potential land in New Mexico! The goal is to create a place from[…]
I’ve been reading this really exciting book called Alcohol Can Be A Gas, and it argues that the technology for a sustainable fuel economy is already here, and we can start driving on carbon-sequestering biofuels with our same cars, already today! What’s better news? Because the nautral economics of alcohol fuel produxtion, rhe market will[…]
Just wanted to announce here that I’ve recently left Google, and planning to do some more blogging. Here, and elsewhere. From now on, I get to choose which problems to work on. Global warming. Social disconnectedness. Collaborative consumption. Collective intelligence… Excited? Me too! 😉