lugon: Someone who knows ...    
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24 Nov 2004

How to cook, how to grow food, how to make things with her hands, how to help others.

She's poor, right?

Yes, maybe, under certain circumstances. But not under all circumstances. And circumstances do change.

I had a conversation with an "ecologist". Not liked it. There must be other kinds of "ecologists".

A few hours later I had a conversation with an arquitect. She might be ready to share ideas under an open license such as "primarily public domain". Local, constructive ideas.

I need to learn how to do certain things. It may well be useless if the world changes too dramatically for the worse - or for the best - because in either case my how-to knowledge would be useless. But I don't mind - rather, I want to know some "basic" things. Even if I never need them.



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