Monthly Archives: February 2012

Listening to @Noiseprofessor talk about Forest Gardening

Session by @Noiseprofessor Tuesday February 28, broadcast on #ds106radio He’s BIG on propagation and only interested in plants you can eat. When choosing forest garden plants, consider useful plants; that are useful for food, fibre, dye, medicine, forgagers, soil building. He likes the book by Fukuoka, One Straw Revolution aka Do Nothing Farming. Mound Culture… Read More »

Pure Bread is two steps away from In Bread

I’d like to tell you a story of bread and spandex. First, there was this tweet… #ds106… I give you this as a present. — Tom Woodward (@twoodwar) February 8, 2012 Then @noiseprofessor up and @JimGroom-ified that breathtaking toe-tapping, spandex spectacle and transformed it into a piece of beauty. Strangeness ensued with Cat Breading… Read More »

The Cost of Knowledge

My Flickr stream is getting a lot of hits these days. As an online petition grows by the thousands per day, I’m getting a few hundred visits DAILY to my recent visualization of Timothy Gower’s blog post and The Chronicle of Higher Ed article, Elsevier Publishing Boycott Gathers Steam Among Academics. cc licensed ( BY… Read More »