Information technology for the masses

A line of toys which allow for situational awareness at low cost. Can be used for home security or to manage/enable nonviolent protest. Electronics for civil disobedience can help defend civil liberties in an opressive political regime.

A line of toys which allow for situational awareness at low cost. Can be used for home security or to manage/enable nonviolent protest. Electronics for civil disobedience can help defend civil liberties in an opressive political regime.

“Meanwhile, instead of tankers, how about dirigibles retrofitted with solar panels? During the rainy…”

“Meanwhile, instead of tankers, how about dirigibles retrofitted with solar panels? During the rainy season, they graze along the canopies of the Amazon, soaking up fresh tropical water. Enterprising landscape architects on an eco-tour of the rainforest will record their mesmerizing whirs of rotating blades — the eco-soundtrack of New Nature — and then sell the DVDs on eBay or at a farmer’s market.”

Pruned on tanker-aqueducts supplying Cyprus with fresh water.

“Meanwhile, instead of tankers, how about dirigibles retrofitted with solar panels? During the rainy season, they graze along the canopies of the Amazon, soaking up fresh tropical water. Enterprising landscape architects on an eco-tour of the rainforest will record their mesmerizing whirs of rotating blades — the eco-soundtrack of New Nature — and then sell the DVDs on eBay or at a farmer’s market.”

Pruned on tanker-aqueducts supplying Cyprus with fresh water.

Design for tabular data display. Book of the Dead, columns…

Design for tabular data display. Book of the Dead, columns 67-71, chapters 97-102. Circa 350-250 BCE.

“The ancient Egyptians believed that the deceased journeyed to the Hereafter aboard a ferryboat, or aboard the solar bark of Ra. These chapters include prayers to these boats, prayers to summon the ferryboats, and spells for protecting the solar bark of Ra against its enemies. In column 69 the deceased is provided with the names of the different parts of the boat since each part asked the deceased to tell it its name.”

Design for tabular data display. Book of the Dead, columns 67-71, chapters 97-102. Circa 350-250 BCE.

“The ancient Egyptians believed that the deceased journeyed to the Hereafter aboard a ferryboat, or aboard the solar bark of Ra. These chapters include prayers to these boats, prayers to summon the ferryboats, and spells for protecting the solar bark of Ra against its enemies. In column 69 the deceased is provided with the names of the different parts of the boat since each part asked the deceased to tell it its name.”