Have an opinion? View on Path

Have an opinion? View on Path

Have an opinion? View on Path

Have an opinion? View on Path

Have an opinion? – View on Path.

Have an opinion? – View on Path.

The more you talk, the less I care.

(lol) hillarious! :D Just found @realgrumpycat instagram mentioned on @mashable account. – View on Path.

The more you talk, the less I care.

(lol) hillarious! :D Just found @realgrumpycat instagram mentioned on @mashable account. – View on Path.

Growth for Growth's Sake Will Kill Us All?   

climateadaptation:

Thought provoking piece by Al Jazeera guest writer questions the limits of perpetual economic growth. What do you think?

Aggressive growth is impossible ecologically and implausible economically. We need economic strategies at the local, state and national levels that prioritize community benefit over corporate gain, and which presume a need for local resiliency instead of depending on uncontrolled growth. We also need to develop new strategies to democratize wealth in the face of extreme inequality.

Like the programs developed in “the state and local laboratories of democracy” that led to the New Deal, numerous experiments percolating across the country in the “new economy” — building cooperative and community-owned businesses, developing locally focused supply chains at a municipal and regional level, building new forms for public ownership of essential services like banking and power generation — may just point the way.

The end of growth poses a long-term systemic challenge, and such explorations suggest that a new direction may be quietly being explored in the midst of economic and ecological degradation. It is a direction that is likely to accelerate as economic and social pain of the decaying economic system continues to force Americans to explore solutions that take us beyond the tired nostrums of the past.”

Gar Alperovitz is a professor of political economy at the University of Maryland and a founder of the Democracy Collaborative. He is the author of “What Then Must We Do?: Straight Talk about the Next American Revolution.”

He’s playing a bigger game: LIFE with Ardhiyan – View on Path.

He’s playing a bigger game: LIFE with Ardhiyan – View on Path.

Dr. Garthen Leslie Sees His Invention for the First Time from Quirky on Vimeo.

Today we introduced Aros—Quirky + GE’s revolutionary smart air conditioner—to the world. A product this cool doesn’t come around every day, so we rolled out the red carpet when Aros inventor Garthen Leslie stopped by Quirky HQ for a surprise sneak peek of his app-enabled A/C.

Get an insider’s look at Garthen’s inspiration and all the hard work that our team put into making Aros a reality and don’t forget to check out the full story here

quirky.com/aros

Introducing Aros from Quirky on Vimeo.

Dumb window A/C units only give you two options: Leave the air on all day — while burning expensive electricity — or come home to nasty, stuffy summer heat. But not Aros; because Aros is smart. Part of the Quirky + GE collection of connected products, Aros gathers information about your budget, location, schedule, and usage. It learns from this data over time to automatically maintain the perfect temperature and maximize savings for your home. Using the Wink app on your mobile device, you can monitor, program, and control Aros from anywhere.

Google Play Store Error 923

Google Play Store Error 923

Sepertinya problem ini karena data space yang tersedia di hape belum sinkron dengan server Google Play Store. Coba langkah yang saya temukan di forum Android Enthusiast di Stack Exchange ini :

It seems error 923 is related to the whole process of downloading, cache, storage, installation, etc. People get it most often in Google Play, but sometimes also outside of that. Most suggestions how to fix…

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Lithium Social Web from Lithium on Vimeo.

See what it means to effectively manage social customer service at scale with Lithium Social Web. Respond, engage and route customer conversations to the right agent, at the right time, without sacrificing quality.

Wakuwakuw from Wakuwakuw on Vimeo.

How to use Wakuwakuw?

kimono: a 60 second introduction from Kimono Labs on Vimeo.

kimono lets you turn any website into an API from your browser in seconds. Check it out at kimonolabs.com.
Get structured data output in JSON or .CSV. Your API will be hosted in the cloud and run on the schedule you specify. No need to write a single line of code. Also, Kimono’s app builder lets you create simple responsive apps with your API data without writing any code.

SmartAsset Introduction from SmartAsset on Vimeo.

SmartAsset introductory video