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We Are As Gods?

‘We are as Gods and might as well get good at it.’

So wrote Stewart Brand in the opening line of his first Whole Earth Catalog in 1968. 423 more words


The Futuro House

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Yard sales offer a glimpse into the past. Among the VCR tapes, glassware, bric-a-brac I discovered a treasure trove of old National Geographic and Life magazines. 46 more words

The Media

The Whole Earth Generation(s)

The Whole Earth Generation(s)   —by Jinny Batterson

April 22, 2016 was observed in many countries as “Earth Day.” This annual event, first celebrated in the United States in 1970, has gone global, drawing attention to environmental challenges and the need to cherish this planet, the only one we know can support human life. 716 more words

Seeds of inspiration for growing rainbows

Growing red tomatoes. Ho hum. But what if you could find seeds for tomatoes that glow orange and gold like a burning sunset? Or almost-black toms? 434 more words


Profile Response: Danielle Engelman and Catherine Borgeson, The Long Now Foundation, San Francisco, CA

Where does man reside on the spectrum of time? We are conditioned to think of time as linear, with today always at the right hand margin and Homo sapiens representing evolution’s epitome. 608 more words


My 3 best Christmas Gifts Growing Up

Number One on the list would have to be My Little Red Wagon. The Ultimate Utility Vehicle for a four year old Boy. 1955

This wagon would later become the icon for childhood in my psyche and would show up later in drawings, paintings and stories. 300 more words