here's a list of personal fonts of information that i've found useful in my quest to learn more information about the subject:
- Stanford’s Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies Certificate, $295 / per course. Learned a lot as a non-civil engineer, easy accessibility.
- Before the Lights Go Out
- Whole Earth Discipline
- The Upcycle
- The Grid
- WorryDream: What can a technologist do about climate change?
- MIT Technology Review Newsletter and Magazine
- Show Your Stripes
- Solutions Project
RSVP yes I'll be there, y'all!
It's been a while (last times were PDX in 2012 and Brighton in 2013).
Looking forward to seeing what's everybody's working on!
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Hello, how's it going? Interesting post.
london calling: train stations, cheese shops, day of the dead festival, face painting, odrigo & gabriela, dancing, ottolenghi, house-leaving, kebabs, canal walking, market browsing, fireworks, house party, farm, brick lane, sunday up market, sunday roast. all in the good company of kinzie, tzveta, jared, megan, sophie. let england shake for i'll be back again.:
hangin out with arni and liz, packing up!:
going away party with palash, verjus, ukelele playin on the streets, a lovely night:
homemade crepes for brunch with arni and liz, canal, comptoir general, couleé vert, and dinner at the famous Jim Haynes atelier.:
walkin around with arni, dinner and movie at fabio's:
was someday. diner ukelele, jardin de luxembourg, professor from FiA, band practice.:
rage month started saturday, for the record.: