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JUST

IMAGINE IT

INDEED


imagine IT
im-aj'in IT, v.t. to form an image of IT in the mind: that which is imagined
--- v.i. : to form mental images: to exercise --- n. imagination the act of imagining:
the faculty of forming images in the mind: images which can then be communicated
to others by the use of Information Technology (IT)
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"The Wonder of You"  Deepak Chopra MD





HAPPY FIRST DAY of JUNE


FIRST DAY of SUMMER

FIRST DAY of MEMBERSHIP for some

to ALL members of the NEW collective which IS ZAADZ

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Brian : PhilosophersNotes.com

about 7 hours later
Brian said


:)


synonym for light : pliable provocateur

about 15 hours later
synonym for light said


I'll second Brian's :) and add a yay!


Michael : catalyst-producer

20 days later
Michael said


PLUS 10,000 and then some !


Michael : catalyst-producer

about 1 month later
Michael said


“Seventy Seven SUNSET Strip” - an INDEPENDENCE DAY prediction ?? !!!


Michael : catalyst-producer

about 1 month later
Michael said


The bridge of 80,000 zaadsters was crossed TODAY


Michael : catalyst-producer

2 months later
Michael said


92,000 plus zaadzsters THIS day of ONE HUNDRED views - our numbers continue to climb - even more rapidly it would seem since the gaiam aquisition.


Michael : catalyst-producer

3 months later
Michael said


99,458 & counting … as of 15th September 2007 - can WE ALL @zaadz force that 100,000 barrier on this very particular day ?


Michael : catalyst-producer

3 months later
Michael said


Well better later than NEVER - 100,153 @ 1425 GMT Monday 17th September 2007




Michael : catalyst-producer

7 months later
Michael said


IS IT NOT appropriate …
that as we change from the seed to the planet…
WE begin the transformation with 150,000 souls and counting.




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Comment by Michael Grove on November 23, 2013 at 18:22

IMAGINE A TIME BEFORE SMARTPHONES. Before iBooks. Before Twitter, Facebook, YouTube,

and even the mighty Google. A world without web browsers, when the Internet belonged to

universities and going online meant logging onto an electronic bulletin board. Now imagine

being able to smell it all coming—not the details but the impact of a networked world on

culture, business, politics, daily life. These were the preconditions that spawned Wired.

In 1988, Louis Rossetto, a 39-year-old adventurer, onetime novelist, and avid libertarian,

sensed that the encoding of information in 1s and 0s was going to change everything.

Living in Amsterdam at the time, he and Jane Metcalfe, his partner in business and life, had

parlayed his job at an obscure language-translation service into a magazine, Electric Word.

Produced on an Apple Mac, it evoked a digital universe that was not about gadgetry but

force for global transformation.


Over the following year, the couple hammered out a business plan for a new magazine, tentatively called Millennium, that would take this revolution to the US mainstream. Technology, Rossetto predicted, would be the rock and roll of the ’90s, and the pair aimed to make Millennium its standard-bearer.

Comment by Michael Grove on December 12, 2014 at 12:51

The coriolis effect - an effect that I first began to truly understand,

as moving to the right with height, when I first started flying in

hot-air balloons. The very best example of this is the Four Corners

Hot Air Balloon race where the balloons, take off from identifiable

points on the ground, and as a each balloon gradually climbs

naturally to the right whilst traversing the states of  Arizona, Utah,

Colorado, and New Mexico, they finally return to the take off site

and the balloon which lands closest to it's take off position is

declared the winner. 

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