Category Archives: Strategy

Saturday Surprise — Happy World Bee Day!!! 🐝

Originally posted on Filosofa's Word:
I reprise this post every year on this day, and today it just happens to fall on Saturday, so I can make World Bee Day our Saturday Surprise!? Today is World Bee Day and…

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Stepping Outside

It was the title of Russell’s post that grabbed me, as it’s kindred to the title of my poem Step Outside. Though I suspected I’d know the theme of his post, I had no choice but to read it. I … Continue reading

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Naomi Klein on the hallucinations of AI developers

I have no time for blogging atm, but I noticed Bob Rich’s latest post and was unable to avoid following the link he recommended to Naomi Klein’s article ‘AI machines aren’t ‘hallucinating’. But their makers are‘. I learned about ‘AI … Continue reading

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One of the numerous effects of a warming climate.

Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
An article that I wanted to share with you! There is no question that we are warming the world, and in my mind, there’s very little doubt that it is us older persons who…

Posted in ... wait, what?, Education, Environment, GCD: Global climate disruption, Health, Reblogs, Science, Strategy | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Have you ever been hacked? How do you stay safe?

There’s always been a serious weakness in online systems, buried in the implied agreement between systems designers and users to share responsibility for the security of the user’s access. I’ve long argued that systems designers have reneged on their side … Continue reading

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A technique for improving your safety in cyberspace

I would normally write a long rambling preamble to this video about how important it is to protect yourself online (and provide a transcript, too), but I don’t have time for that at the moment. Sorry! PS This video mentions … Continue reading

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The future is now, and it is us; we must choose to act.

Posted in ... wait, what?, Climate, Communication, Core thought, Energy, Environment, Food, GCD: Global climate disruption, perception, Strategy, Water | Tagged , , , | 9 Comments

How to Shop for Tech That Actually Lasts

If we are to get ourselves out of Spaceship Earth Demolition Mode, one thing we are all going to have to do is to wean ourselves off the Perpetual Upgrade Treadmill. Below is a ‘reblog’ of an interesting lifehacker article … Continue reading

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We really must rethink everything

I have no time (I shouldn’t even be writing this), so this will be a very short wibblette. I’ve been dwelling on my own cognitive dissonance reflected in my recent post ‘The cake is a lie‘. The original post was … Continue reading

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Nonviolent living

At the core of all anger is a need that is not being fulfilled. Marshall Rosenberg (1934–2015) This video by Marshall Rosenberg is less than 6 minutes long, but in that short time it packs a message that would change … Continue reading

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