Historically, an ecosystem determined the numbers and survival of a population. Our life and health were at the mercy of nearby resources, predators, food, water, disease, weather, disasters, and natural phenomena. Continue reading “Engineering the environment”
How to be effective? Make strategic goals and tasks. Be consistent and disciplined. Make good use of your time. Keep it simple. Put in the time and effort. Work like you mean it. Make a habit of it. Continue reading “How to be effective?”
Opportunity is everywhere; you just need to look for it.
If you want to create a system that works, you need to focus on what’s most important. Simplify. Understand the simple system first, then expand a little at a time. Continue reading “What is essential?”
I’m imagining the design of a complex system through game technology. I’m working on a system that imagines what it will be like to live in harmony with nature, technology, people and ecosystems. We won’t have the luxury of living like we do today forever. In the future, we’ll live much more intelligently, efficiently and cooperatively. Those with resources, clean water, healthy food, and jobs will prevail. Continue reading “Restoring land for community”
We’re in search of solutions to help a world that’s full of problems. The world already has many great solutions for solving our problems. The problem is we forget history, we get distracted, we specialize, fail to communicate, and reinvent the wheel. The irony is we have the best technology ever available! We are more connected than ever. We need fun and engaging tools to help educate, remind us of what we already know, and interact with problems from a different perspective. Continue reading “Community design overview”