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Author Archives: Martin Wolske
Recently I posted about urban farming as civic duty. Today in my email one of the aggregator lists I subscribe to sent me a link to this article about Neighborhood Gardening in Mother Earth News. This is a great example of … Continue reading
I saw this commercial on TV a couple of times this weekend. I’ve decided it is dehumanizing, defined as “deprive of positive human qualities”. Why do I say this? Because I see many images presented that show remarkable humans doing … Continue reading
The debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye has stirred up some interesting discussion by some of the bloggers I follow. After posting one of those on Facebook, it started a followup dialog with a friend, which subsequently included another … Continue reading
Throughout my life I’ve regular found myself struggling to find the right word (or name) because of a bad memory — I was destined to be an absent minded professor. But at other times I struggle to find the right … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting thread that just came across the Digital Inclusion Network mailing list, and my response to a question posed in the thread: On Jan 17, 2014 2:13 PM, “Phil Shapiro” <email@example.com> wrote: This is quite some story. http://www.pennmanor.net/techblog/?cat=69 … Continue reading