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Honestly, I feel just a little late to the party. As I write this Donald Trump is apparently coasting into the nomination, able and more than willing to aim all his guns on Hillary Clinton, who is still trying to bat away “Crazy Bernie,” as Trump lovingly refers to Bernie Sanders. For going on a […]
Arguably one of the most important things to come out of the COP21 climate talks in Paris last December, aside from the Paris Agreement itself, is the signal sent solidifying the growing shift in the global consciousness. We seek a transformative path forward into the new century. But any desired transformational change requires both the vision for a long term outcome and […]
Another Earth Day is upon us. “What?” you say, “Are we still doing that?” OK, that might be a little cynical. But from my way of thinking, Earth Day will have served its purpose best when we no longer need it. In a way, Earth Day is a little like New Years’ Eve. Read my essay over […]
With the passing of Apple’s Steve Jobs yesterday the question becomes: where were you on Super Bowl Sunday 1984? If only a gleam in someone’s eye, or still spitting up Gerbers all over your parent’s kitchen floor, then you missed the revolution. Sure, you embody what came after, from point-and-click to tweeting boorishly to the […]
Japan is just one tsunami-wave away from San Francisco. The grand, brutal drama of world events go past largely in the backdrop of our daily lives. We’re too caught up in what are often trivial concerns that loom large in our shortened perspective of the world around us. Then something happens half a world away. […]