Tonight the podcast dealt with (https://therestartproject.org/podcast/elinor-ostrom-commons/)
Nobel Prize winning political economist Elinor Ostrom and her thinking on the commons. This resonated for me, and made me want to learn more. Lots of things I admire were influenced by this thinking, but I am less familiar with it.
I like this summary of "Ostrom's Law": "A resource arrangement that works in practice can work in theory." I have lived by a version of this saying for all my life, without ever knowing it was a law.
I then listened to the most current episode of the podcast, about something called Afro-Futurism. I found this also a very interesting program.
I saw my first Purple Martin of the year tonight. The weather was warm. I had a good day at work, and some good discussions with co-workers.
I got one bill payment mailed off today and pretended that was progress.
I like Eastern Bluebirds.
Kix cereal, skim milk
three soft chicken tacos
pork loin, salad and couscous
from Dreamwidth, because two posts of the same text are twice as nice