Three examples. 1. In the first week of December, I hosted what I called a “Tech Potluck” at my school. I invited everyone for an after school get-together to share our favorite tech treasures for any and all purposes. It had an open house feel. People were free to come and go, have a snack,… Continue reading Connected.
Pixabay.com When I started out on twitter I remember someone likening the experience of information flow to “drinking from a fire hose.” Back then (not quite a year ago), I found it funny. Some 200 tweets later, I take that statement a bit more seriously and wonder if I would ever willingly choose to… Continue reading Taking Control of the Firehose (Or Coping with Twitter Overload)
I am in the middle of a terribly compelling read: The Soul of Money by Lynne Twist (2003). Recommended to me by a good friend, I am finding much in its pages to wake up and shake up my thinking and feeling around not just money, but my fundamental beliefs related to scarcity and sufficiency. At the same… Continue reading Learning to Build Community; Sharing to Sustain it