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Gabriel Branby speaking @ the Do Lectures

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009 Posted in Culture, Engagement Marketing, Engagement Organisations, Ethics, Marketing, Philosophy, Retail, Uncategorized | No Comments »

I loved Gabriel's presentation @ the Do Lectures. This is what Do say about Gabriel Gränsfors make one the finest forged axes in the world. It has become more than just an axe. It is an icon for quality and a ...

Openness is resilience

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 Posted in Ethics, Generation C, Government & Politics, Green tech, Networks, No straight lines, Participation, Society, Trends, Web/Tech | No Comments »

What does it mean to design and create open source tools for civilisation? Marcin Jakubowski tells us how. In many ways this story is very much part of the story of No Straight Lines that I have been researching, evolving and ...

The Do Lectures, the Achuar speak truth to power

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009 Posted in Citizen journalism, Engagement Civil Society, Engagement Politics, Ethics, Government & Politics, Mobile, Participation, Society, Trends, Web/Tech | 4 Comments »

Gregor made a powerful presentation at the Do Lectures his topic the  threat to the Amazon rain forest. Harnessing the collective intelligence of the tribe, he showcases The Atwa, who embrace the state, pens and paper, GPS mapping technology, YouTube, ...

The axeness of an axe

Friday, September 11th, 2009 Posted in Alan Moore Speaking, Culture, Engagement Civil Society, Engagement Education, Events, Media, Philosophy, Society, Trends | 2 Comments »

You've gotta love that headline. Sadly I did not write that headline but leonora did from Treehugger, The axeness of an axe? What on earth does that mean I hear you ask? Well it's about starting with the essence of something, ...

Becoming the change you want to see in the world

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 Posted in Alan Moore Speaking, Convergence, Culture, Darwin, Economics, Education, Engagement Civil Society, Engagement Politics, Ethics, Events, Generation C, Government & Politics, Health, Identity, Law, Link Economy, Media, Mobile, Newspapers, Participation, Social Networks, Society, Strategy, Trends, Web/Tech | No Comments »

Was what I suggested was "my little Do" after I presented at the Do lectures @ Fforest in Cilgarren on Saturday. "My big Do" was asking people to take the language I had presented and use that to challenge what ...

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