INNOVATION | SUSTAINABILITY | HUMAN NATURE
Radical Animal is a "book-net" - a book-text that will emerge from my own researches, and others' participation in this: and once it appears, it will stay in dialogue and in evolution with those networks. To that end, I'll be posting some extracts from my main writing on this Ning site - and inviting response and dissemination from you all.
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More soul food than slow-food, Blasda aims to bring people together for a feed. By Mike Small
Can what we eat help create…Continue
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When I was choosing my Technological Inspiration for my homepage on this site, I didn't hesitate in picking author William Gibson. Whenever I walk past an abandoned, now defunct phone box, I'm almost instantly transported back to those hazy, techless days of the mid 1990s, when a library copy of Count Zero was as near as I ever expected I'd get to a real computer, let alone one that offered the abilities and possibilities that the machine I'm typing this on provides for me. Gibson's…Continue
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Discovering Pat Kane's Radical Animal project has been very thought-provoking. I've been prompted to put together a piece, that hopefully adds to the debate on innovation, sustainability and human nature. By trade, I'm a public health worker, not an environmental specialist. But with a career focus on inequalities and the health needs of marginalised groups, my instinct is to look for the "powerful underdog" in every story.
I'm going to…Continue
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I've been putting in for…Continue
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