Monthly Archives: December 2012

Links of the Week

It’s December, so what better thing to think about than plants and gardening? No, seriously. This year was the first year I had my own planter garden growing. It took me a while to plan it! So now, when you … Continue reading

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Tales from the Wild Wood

For the last little while, I’ve been watching an interesting show: Tales from the Wild Wood. It’s a six-part series presented by Rob Penn. Here he is hanging out next to a chainsaw: In this show, he’s taken over 50 … Continue reading

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The Localization Reader

This is not a very good review of The Localization Reader. More like a few notes. For a better review, click here. Right, so now onto a few short notes. It’s interesting that the book’s subtitle is Adapting to the … Continue reading

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Links of the Week

Here are some links of the week! Appropedia: This is a wiki containing many articles about projects and technologies. In particular, there is a focus on “appropriate technology” – roughly, the kind of cheap and low-tech stuff that a group … Continue reading

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Another skill share out there

Someone once said, “There is nothing new under the sun.” This is the case with skill share, too. Take the example of Transition Town Totnes. A small town got together to discuss peak oil and climate change. They run a … Continue reading

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