Work, Work, WorkBy Daniel Quinn Purchase at:
Wall-EBy Written by Andrew Stanton & Jim Reardon; Original Story by Andrew Stanton & Pete Docter; Directed by Andrew Stanton Purchase at:
Jin, fishes, willing to club a fish dead. He has no problem getting his food direct from the source, no shock to the system as the island must be for many other survivors. But Jin has his own traits standing…
Yuppie couple goes back to the land â€“ sells trendy Toronto pad, he quits his job as Head of Hostile Takeovers at DigestCom and she quits her job as a patent lawyer. They use all the money from the sale of their pad to buy a small plot of land on Galiano Island and live out of a lean-to eating deer meat and wild berries. They suffer severe caffeine withdrawal and canâ€™t beat their insomnia. Hilarious adventures ensue.
There is a movement in Africa to bolster pride in the continent by debunking European myths about â€˜wild Africa,â€™ i.e. that before Europeans arrived here there was no civilization. This effort is attempting not only to reveal the truth about that period, but also build local pride in the ancient civilizations there. But, given the actual impact that human civilizations have had on the planet and on people outside any given society, is civilization really something to build pride upon? How we understand this history has impacts on not only Africans but people of all civilizations – the way we perceive ourselves and the future directions we take. For this piece I have drawn on my own observations of Ghana, my visit to Ghana’s Mole National Park, interviews with a tour company operator, recent developments regarding the San (Bush People) of Botswana and that country’s recent Supreme Court decision to allow them back onto their tribal lands but with strict conditions imposed, and extensive secondary research into African politics and history.
As I’ve begun to have a go at making a living as a musician and artist, I’ve thought at times about how difficult it seems for people who try this. So many struggling artists, starving artists, nobodies trying to become…
Howard Ditkoff and Emergent Associates, LLC, the company he co-founded with Mark S. Meritt, were featured in the Detroit News today. Reprinted here is a copy of one of Howard’s announcements of the article. Friends, As many of you know,…
The Corporation Written by Joel Bakan; Directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott
Appreciative Inquiry Handbook: The First in a Series of Ai Workbooks for Leaders of Change David L. Cooperrider, Diana L. Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros
Appreciative Inquiry: Rethinking Human Organization Toward a Positive Theory of Change David L. Cooperrider, Jr. Sorensen Peter F., Diana Whitney, and Therese F Yaeger, editors