Monthly Archives: August 2005

OBS, SNAKEDANCER & THE TEAM

Congressperson Sherrod Brown’s GrowOhio.org featuresThinker of the Week: Jim O’Bryan and Ken Warren, the dynamic duo spearheading The Lakewood Observer. Great article with good pictures that do both the project and these two fine guys justice. This is a “post-professional … Continue reading

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SUNNY IF IT WERE SUNNIER

The Centre for Confidence (Glasgow) doesn’t have much in front of its online door, except for an amusing and often thought evoking line-up of articles. What is really amusing are the articles about the psychological consequences of the Scots aesthetic; … Continue reading

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I AND EYE

Tony Felice (Cronosys.com), Ken Warren (Lakewood Observer/dir. Lakewood Public library), Ed Morrison, and me, met for 3+ hours on August 15th. The purpose was to learn about Morrison’s I Open paradigm for collaborative, open source economic development. (Notwithstanding my intuitive … Continue reading

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FIVESOME

…believe but be scientific; be mystical without mystification… Krassner. “My only sacred cow is I have no sacred cows.” Lilly. “My beliefs are unbelievable.” Tolle. “I’ve met several Zen masters, all of them are cats” unknown. Everything we think we … Continue reading

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HAVE YOU BEEN SHOULDING ON YOURSELF TODAY?

Albert Ellis figures prominently in my own take. It always is interesting to learn people haven’t thought about the difference between experiencing the objective problem and experiencing the rationales and interpretations and emotions that comprise the subjective problem. Albert Ellis. … Continue reading

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OUTSIDE THE COMFORT ZONE

Mark Lund, Experiential learning. A small exploration, supplies an okay overview of experiential learning’s intellectual roots. No doubt its concision came at a cost of completeness. I guess I’m not much of a judge of this, because there is an … Continue reading

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DANCE TO LEARN

Kate Kuper, a friend of mine for over 35 years, finally has a beautiful web site up featuring her innovative labor of love, using movement, music, and dance to teach subjects such as history and science. KATEKUPER.COM

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ALL ABOUT THE DOING

Ed Morrison, whom I have never met, yet is a glowing spot on my radar screen, will be presenting a program in the land of The Lakewood Observer July 26. I-Open Tuesday July 26, Lakewood Public Library, 6:00PM – 8:00PM … Continue reading

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