Posts Tagged with ‘maps’

Sunday Best – November 10, 2019

Never measure the height of a mountain until you reach the top. Then you will see how low it was.       Dag Hammerskjold   This weekend I heard a lovely metaphor, an image from economist David Colander that was conveyed by Brian Arthur, pioneer in complexity economics and longtime faculty member at the Santa […]

Finance Friday – July 1, 2016

$12.00 This is the number that introduced me to global exchange rates. The fancy Reebok sneakers my friend brought back from London in the mid-80’s cost $12.00, when the same pair was an unfathomable luxury in rural Pennsylvania – $40.00. Imagine my dismay when I moved to London in 2005 to find that this ratio […]

Library Stack #2 – Maps, Tools, and Charts

Hello Honeybees, and welcome to our library! We’ve recently reorganized our online library in a way that allows for both more logical navigation and more serendipity. In short, we’ve established four major quadrants of wisdom (Investing, Nature, Spirit, and Nourishment) and we are arranging thematic pods of content within these big categories. (For a more […]

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