Monthly Archives: June 2012


I have recently rediscovered the work of Margaret Wheatley and the Berkana Institute, which seek to help people organize in ways that mimic rather than oppose living systems. (In an unusual adherence to principle, the institute is currently resting.) I’ve … Continue reading

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The Apocalypse as a Fluff Story

I go through life with a pretty solid sense that our economy is screwed up. And I know that the press is too deeply entangled to get a clear view of things. Even so, once in a while I have … Continue reading

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