My first encounter with Thorium as a nuclear fuel was a tweet from Tim O’Reilly to this presentation remix on YouTube. Compelling. Now this from my uncle Steve Lord, an astronomer/researcher who commented, “This from one of the world most esteemed astronomers…” ABSTRACT: We review the science behind climate change from an astronomer’s perspective. We […]
So inspiring to me are the essentialists of Friends With You.
A vent, an outlet, an inclination, a sketch, an experiment, a proof, a need. Considering getting into the hand screen print art thing. “FREE” quote from Eckhert Tolle.
I had the utter delight to spend a day last week with the precociously hard working and brilliant students of Wavecrest Montessori middle school. And thank you to the student’s teacher Janene Case for inviting me to speak and visit on the Live Earth Farms day. Please join me by commenting on their posts (especially when […]
Update: We’ve launched our Burning Man 2011 website: http://billionjellybloom.org/
Call me a grumpy old codger, but I liked the old way better. For one thing, I used to have at least a rudimentary idea of how a newspaper got produced: On deadline, drunks with cigars wrote stories that were edited by constipated but knowledgeable people, then printed on paper by enormous machines operated by […]
Ian Bremmer’s The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations? is on the top of my reading list.
Apps sparkle like sapphires and emeralds for people bored by the junky nondesign of monster sites like Yahoo, Google, Craigslist, eBay, YouTube and PayPal. Virginia Heffernan, NYT