Aprovecho is a 40-acre center 15 miles south of Eugene, Oregon dedicated to researching and teaching sustainable living practices and green skills.
Rosie Kirincic works there with six other staff members. She lives with four of them on-site. Read more »
In his 2005 nonfiction book Shaping Things, the science-fiction novelist Bruce Sterling predicts the development of a technology he calls "spimes," which would, essentially, embed a story in every object and link all objects to each other. Read more »
Erik Hopp, the web dude who mainly built Shareable.net, loaned me a book that is taking over my mind. It's called Shaping Things, by the science-fiction novelist Bruce Sterling, and it came out in 2005. Read more »