The Traveling Books of Sharing are being passed on from Person to Person, trying to make their way to the OuiShare Fest in Paris (May 5th–7th). They carry with them anything people consider worth sharing... They are – an experiment.Read More
Featuring Pastries from Germany and Italy: Frau Stollen & Signore Panettone
Where the dog poop on the sidewalk looks like something.
Over the course of the past week I've met so many interesting people from all sorts of different professional fields, mostly by chance, check out this quick list:
* An ESL teacher / Permaculture Activist * A Neural Engineer (helping people who had strokes regain their ability to fully function by using virtuality as a stimulus, FYI: There's a strong trend / increase in Toddlers getting strokes, but nobody knows the reason for that yet… very strange…) * An Environmental Engineer helping to restore patches of land that have been contaminated * 2 female Comedians from Toronto >www.templetonphilharmonic.com * A woman working at the UN / Permaculture Activist-ish * Community Manager of the Co-Working space WeWork >www.wework.com * A VERY hearty musician and his colleagues > Josiah, The Head and the Heart * Several Developers > http://spry-group.com/ * A Permaculturistic Designer > http://moscollective.net/ * Architect who once worked his a** off for Rafael Vinoly (known for his car-frying buildings) * A very inspiring Herbologist * A set designers who just joined a Union * Somebody who goes into schools to give teachers feedback on their teaching (posture etc.) * Animators (that was actually 2 weeks ago) working atwww.flickerlab.com doing animation that supports political (left-wing) causes (e.g. M.Moore's Bowling For Columbine)
All that in a city where there's dog poop on the sidewalk that looks like a rhino thinking: So this is New York…
A purely joyous walk through Central Park.