Monthly Archives: June 2014

Do I Enjoy Writing?

Originally posted on Michael J Holley – Writer:
This is a good question. It sounds quite straightforward at first, my obvious answer is, ‘hell yeah’, but is that really true. The idea of writing for a living is my dream,…

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Monday Morning Bell

Source: Fairy-Wren (Eastern Meadowlark)

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Transforming Futures at the World Futures Studies Federation Conference

Originally posted on Incites for the week:
This week’s posting is a draft of the paper I am presenting at the World Futures Studies Federation conference “Global Research and Social Innovation: Transforming Futures” in Bucharest, Romania later this month: Greetings…

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Old Me Better | Playing For Change

Today we are proud to share a new PFC Live Outside video featuring Keb’ Mo’ and the California Feetwarmers performing “Old Me Better”. This song also appears on Keb’ Mo’s new album, “Blues Americana”.Take a few minutes to pause and enjoy the … Continue reading

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George Ezra George Ezra (born George Ezra Barnett), 21, is a British singer songwriter. His debut studio album Wanted on Voyage will be released on 30 June 2014.  Ezra was longlisted for the BBC Sound of…2014, where he eventually finished in fifth place.  Ezra is the…

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He Went Thataway

Originally posted on lauraagudelo272:
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Home from work. A long day.

Dagmar Cyrulla (Australian, Melbourne) – Ebb And Flow, 2013. Drawings: Charcoal on Paper “Recognised for producing works of stirring psychological intensity, Cyrulla has brought a new dimension to contemporary Australian art. She neither glamorises nor romanticises her subject matter but does show…

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Judith Butler: Speaking of rage and grief

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17 Groups call on Ecover and Method to drop extreme genetic engineering plans

This revelation is extremely disappointing. Until now I have consistently used Ecover products in the belief that they are genuinely natural and sustainable. I’m glad to know of this initiative -a further demonstration of the power of community.

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The Death of the PostHuman: Essays on Extinction, Volume One

Destroying Cosmopolitanism for the Sake of the CosmosWhat would the value of cosmopolitanism as a concept be? How might it work and what problems might it resolve or transform? Today the term intersects with globalism, offering itself as a mode … Continue reading

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