The San Diego County Community Coalition: [SDCPJ] Timebank? Community via Alternative Currency. Time Banking Mtg.
Notes Sunday, May 29th 10am Grant Hill Co-op. TimeBanks Community Directory - Please Read Instructions Carefully! NCTB North County San Diego Time Bank. Get started In order to give and receive services in exchange for "time" you need to be registered and approved in the time bank management web app.
You do not need to sign up for anything to use this site, participate in our discussion group, or do good old fashioned volunteer work. New members receive (1) hour once their account is approved and (1) hour after placing their first service ad "offering". By signing up you acknowledge that you have read and agree to the official policies of the NCTB. Sign up. Occupying, and Now Publishing, Too. Robert Stolarik for The New York TimesRead all about it: Chelsea Potter distributed the first issue of The Occupied Wall Street Journal near Zuccotti Park Saturday morning.
Just before noon, Chelsea Potter stood on the corner of Broadway and Liberty Street holding a sheaf of newspapers and offering them to passers-by. “Excuse me,” she said to a man in a tan raincoat. “Would you like a copy of The Occupied Wall Street Journal?” Paul Krugman: Panic of the Plutocrats. Are "Wall Street’s Masters of the Universe" feeling some heat?
Occupy Wall Street. Major Unions Join Occupy Wall Street Protest. Occupy Wall St.: A New Generation of Dissenters. If the Occupy Wall Street protesters ever choose to recognize a person who gave their cause its biggest boost, they may want to pay tribute to Anthony Bologna.
The Day Clyde Haberman offers his take on the news. Deputy Inspector Bologna, to be more precise, was the senior New York police officer who on Sept. 24 blasted pepper spray at four female demonstrators, knocking them to the sidewalk in pain. An oft-viewed video of that moment offers no evidence of their having posed a threat or doing anything more sinister than shouting. America’s ‘Primal Scream’ There are differences, of course: the New York Police Department isn’t dispatching camels to run down protesters.
Americans may feel disenfranchised, but we do live in a democracy, a flawed democracy — which is the best hope for Egypt’s evolution in the coming years. Yet my interviews with protesters in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park seemed to rhyme with my interviews in Tahrir earlier this year. There’s a parallel sense that the political/economic system is tilted against the 99 percent. "Occupy Wall Street" and Inequality. My Sunday column hopes and prays that the Occupy Wall Street movement will help put the issue of economic inequality on the national agenda for the 2012 election.
It seems to me to be one of the background challenges our economy faces, and it’s an issue of fairness, yet it has received very little attention until recently. So what do you think? Do you agree with my column argument that inequality has become an impediment to economic growth? And do you think Occupy Wall Street has set it firmly on the agenda? Occupy Wall Street Protests a Growing News Story. Aryans - Arya - Vedic Civilization - Vedas - Sanskrit - Arya Samaj - Haryana Online - India. Aryan is an English word derived from the Sanskrit, and Vedic term Arya, meaning noble.
One of the meanings of this term refers to a hypothetical single group of people who spoke the parent language of the Indo-European languages. German philologists believed that the Germanic group originated from the steppes north of Historic Khwarizm, and this Germanic group followed the Aryan group into Iran before splitting from Arya. It then migrated north to the Black Sea, where they again moved north to the Baltic lake. Thus, German philologists concluded, the German people have a direct ancestry with the people of the Arya region in Iran. Geraniums vs. Smokestacks San Diego's Mayoralty Campaign of 1917. By Uldis Ports ... it is well known that public improvements requiring the acquisition of large property must recede population; otherwise they are impossible.1John Nolen In 1908, John Nolen, a nationally respected landscape architect and city planner, wrote and illustrated a book, San Diego, A Comprehensive Plan For Its Improvement, primarily at the request of citizen George White Marston.
Nolen wrote to Marston that San Diego "has no wide and impressive business streets, practically no open spaces in the heart of the city, no worthy sculpture. " Twelve who shaped San Diego : a series of thirteen one-hour radio programs (Audiobook on Cassette, 1978. "Stickiness" and the Wisdom Economy. "Stickiness" and the Wisdom Economy Reflections from Executive Director Terry Chadsey during his first month on the job I feel like a kid in a candy shop.
My days are filled with conversations with an eye opening diversity of interesting people, intriguing ideas and engaging experiences. I know I am richly privileged as I seek to harvest my own experience into giving back. Some of these experiences simply flow over me and move on. Stop talking about the knowledge economy. Start building a wisdom economy. We know we're in the middle of seismic shifts in the way the world operates. We don't know where they'll end up, or where any of us will be when the dust settles, if it ever does. Will we have a job? From a knowledge economy to a wisdom economy. Our world is undergoing a series of convulsions. We don’t know where they’ll end up, or where any of us will be when the dust settles, if it ever does.
Will we have a job? A pension? A home? Someone to care for us in old age? Origin of the name California. California, called the Las Californias Province of the Viceroyalty of New Spain, originally referred to the entire region composed of the Baja California peninsula now known as Mexican Baja California and Baja California Sur, and upper mainland now known as the U.S. states of California and parts of Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and Wyoming. An urban sustainability, green building, and alternative transportation community.
The Naming of America. OskiCat Production Server /All Locations. Path to Paradise: History of Urban Planning in San Diego. Edge, Encounter, Common Ground: Borders and the Public Realm. On the second day of the SPUR study trip to San Diego, we visit the U.S. -Mexico Border Station, an imposing and unlovely network of automobile checkpoints, fences, administrative offices, detention areas, parking lots, and a single pedestrian passageway from Tijuana to San Ysidro: one way in, one way out.