Inspiring Land, Money and Media Projects

By at May 13, 2007 | 10:04 pm | Print

In my last post about Transition Towns I mentioned that Gloria and I decided to try and write a post a day throughout May about inspiring people and projects. She’s done a pretty good job so far, having covered Maya Angelou, Ruth Cox, Muhammad Yunus, Charles Drew, Jane Goodall, and Mark Johnson.

I’ve not managed to keep the one post a day pace at all, so to make up for it I’m going to link to all my favourite land, money and media project on this page… (but its now gone 3am so I’m hitting the sack and will actually finish this page at a later date! Typical!)

Land
Some of my favourite land projects:

Money
I’ve covered most of my favourite money links over at Money as Debt, but repeat a selection of them here too…

Media
It is time for everyone to stop watching TV, stop reading the paper and Be The Media!

  • Indymedia (UK) – the original open publishing site.
  • Undercurrents – an inspirational award winning media charity based in Swansea. I reckon their forthcoming Ecovillage Pioneers DVD is gonna be essential viewing and their Vision on TV project looks set to rock the world
  • Make Internet TV – a fantastic site that has step-by-step instructions for shooting, editing, and publishing online videos that can be watched and subscribed to by millions of people. Brought to you by the wonderful people at The Participatory Culture Foundation who also make the excellent Democracy Player
  • Project Censored – all the important news that didn’t quite make the news.
  • Z Communications – best known for Znet “a community of people committed to social change”.
  • Popping out to lunch now, will have to finish this post later this afternoon…

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  1. Oli S-B, 7 years ago Reply

    Well, looks like you officially lost the ‘May challenge’ to Gloria, but this is a pretty cool list Josef.
    I hope that lunch has fed your inspiration… to write more?


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