This past July 4th weekend we were with our amazing friends in NJ, playing in boats, drinking…drinks, eating excellent homemade food, and relaxing near a […]Continue reading »
There are three expressions that come to mind that can each be taken as either exceptionally positive, or dourly and cynically negative. One is, “Well, […]Continue reading »
While on my bicycle, I learn about my community, local history, local foods and goods, and discover also a bit about myself. Care to join me?Continue reading »
It’s an important book that informs and challenges. “A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things” is such a book. Read on for a few of the challenging ideas I encountered.Continue reading »
I just watched Greta Thunberg’s speech at the R20 Austrian World Summit, and we have all been called to task. I have been called to […]Continue reading »
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The biggest issue with any vision of a future city is that this view of (typically) Utopia makes it look like our only chance for a better future is to destroy all that we know and love.Continue reading »
An overview of the NYS Green Building Conference, the state of the industry, and hiking.Continue reading »
Are your meetings supporting excellence? They could (read on)…Continue reading »