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Dead Wild Roses: Sharing is Caring.

Hmmm. Maybe not so much.

 

Filed under: Humour Tagged: Humour, rainbow fish, Sharing

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OpenMedia.ca: Stop Big Media’s Shakedown

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Politics, Re-Spun: How Selfish Are Old People?

It’s not so cut and arid. It’s not like old people didn’t create EarthShip.

But this graphic, that’s not the only study that shows how younger people aren’t so yuppie, so individualist, so consumerist, so selfish.

If you don’t have enough under-40s in your life, work on it.

The fall of the Communist regimes of . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: How Selfish Are Old People?

Dead Wild Roses: The Best Revenge is Living a Good Life – i believe you, it’s not your fault.

Add i believe you, it’s not your fault to your bookmarks, your blog, your whatever. It is too important not to.

 

The Best Revenge is Living a Good Life. (TW Rape, Child Abuse)

I am the only female child in my family of four children and I am the youngest. When people hear that, . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The Best Revenge is Living a Good Life – i believe you, it’s not your fault.

THE CAREGIVERS' LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: Why We Shouldn’t Read (Sometimes)

The other day, a newspaper headline caught my eye: “The Joyof Not Reading”, it read. It was an opinion piece about a man whose immigrant parents had told real bedtime stories to him and his brother as they grew up.  “My brother and I shared a bedroom as kids, and Dad would often come up . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: Why We Shouldn’t Read (Sometimes)

Things Are Good: Toronto Condo Developers Want More Bike Sharing, Less Focus on Cars

Despite repeated efforts by Toronto’s mayor to make transportation in the city worse, things are improving. Local condo developers are finding ways to build condo towers that don’t require more parking than the building needs (an archaic law in the city wants room for two cars for every bedroom built). They are using the cash . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Toronto Condo Developers Want More Bike Sharing, Less Focus on Cars

Harper Valley: Talking, Sharing and Healing Circles

It’s been some time now since I’ve posted, but, an upcoming event that is of mega importance is coming up in Vancouver. Occupy Vancouver is moving closer and closer to becoming a sustainable movement due to their committment to indigenous ways like guiding principles and now, Talking Circles. An upcoming workshop on this with . . . → Read More: Harper Valley: Talking, Sharing and Healing Circles

Things Are Good: In the Future Cities will be Sharing Centres

Urban centres are already more efficient than their surrounding suburbs and this looks like it will continue for the foreseeable future. Due to the close proximity of people in cities it allows for local sharing projects that can greatly reduce waste awhile increasing access to things we think we need.

How can cities help save . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: In the Future Cities will be Sharing Centres

eaves.ca: Living in the Future: My Car isn’t Flying, but it is Cheap and Gamified

I remember in the early 80’s when I was about 8 years old I walked up to my dad and said “you know the year 2000 really isn’t that far away, and unless something changes we aren’t going to get jetpacks and flying cars.” Even then I could see the innovation curve wasn’t going to . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Living in the Future: My Car isn’t Flying, but it is Cheap and Gamified