Category Archives: community development

The Road Not Taken

It’s too early in this blog about what Susan and I did with Dear Habermas to know precisely where we’re going. There’s a lot of data preserved from our 14 years of maintaining the website. And as we restructure it, … Continue reading

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Expanding Exponentially

The universe is speeding up. Our astrophysicists have told us that. But so is the world we live in. I just came across the Meta-Activist Project, describing the problem with every tom, dick, and harry, or jane, susie, and harriette … Continue reading

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On Social Network Analysis

Lunch with Arnold was wonderful. We went to Scarpetta in Beverly Hills. The bread was light and wonderful. We didn’t get there till two, so there were few guests left; it was quiet and peaceful. I was grateful. The hotel … Continue reading

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I Am Infinity . . . . .

I”ve been trying all day to get to this post. But I’m like an octopus with endless tentacles. And so it’s been for better that 35 years. I wrote for grants; started programs, requested support for the TV Studio to … Continue reading

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Moving on to Other Stories Asking to Be Out There

It’s almost time to start going through all the stories we have to tell. I’m just about ready to start programming in CSS and JavaScript. And this time it’s not for regularly assigned classes in state colleges. This time it’s … Continue reading

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