Category Archives: activist culture

Flash mobbing hits sweet spot.

There have been enough of them now so that journalists and editors (not the sharpest tools in the box, frankly) know what they are, and how to cover them and which stenographer-to-power to “report” the fun. There haven’t been enough … Continue reading

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Transition Positions

There’s been a bit of a (non-violent) bunfight within Climate Change/Peak Oil circles of late, about the worth of the notion of “Transition Towns” (which are steadily metastasizing into Transition Cities etc). It’s sort of a replay of the venerable … Continue reading

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