Monthly Archives: November 2010

Selection of a Project and Destination

Monday’s meeting was full of energized debate and discussion — I think I speak for everyone when I say it’s fun to be part of such a passionate team. We agreed on all aspects of how the project would work and what … Continue reading

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Planet Money

I hope everyone had a good holiday. I spent some time catching up on This American Life and wanted to share another great example of storytelling to add to Katlin’s list below. I’m sure that some (if not all) of … Continue reading

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Additional Website Resources

While catching up on getting through the mountain of magazines I have piling up in my office, I came across this article in the latest CoreNet Global magazine.  http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/corenet/theleader1110/#/36.  The basis of the article is a rating system used in … Continue reading

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Video Examples

Thanks for the fun blog reference below, Julia.  I was just perusing it and noticed the video “Gated Community vs Traditional Community” (which is very funny).  Watching it, I was reminded of some of our Affiliate Fellows conversations about creating … Continue reading

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Website Resources

A colleague of mine at Heartland, Chris, recommended the following two websites to me when I told him about our research. The first site is on a steady state economy.  It explains a steady site economy as being a stable … Continue reading

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Environment & Sustainability Series: Re-Imagining the GDP

I just heard of this event happening at Town Hall on Friday afternoon.  It’s part of Seattle City Club’s Environment & Sustainability Series, and it’s called Re-Imagining the GDP.  This looks like an interesting event that might provoke some good … Continue reading

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Subthemes from Thursday’s Discussion

In order to get a better handle on the list of proposed study ideas generated among the group, we tried to represent each of them below as a key “nugget” of a theme or concept. Once the over-arching Project Definition (our theme for the … Continue reading

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