"Mallian Peanut Sheller"? Sounds good. How about an Albertan fishin' shelter for making spear decoys in Michigan? Or "the Children's Machine (CM1). One of the key features is that it "creates its own mesh network out of the box", with each machine fitted as a full-time wireless router. laptop mesh straight outta the box? The Children's Mesh! "Mesha laptop?" (singular) ... or messa' laptops? Missy Laptop? M. I. Mesh?
the Malian Peanut Sheller ... ... has the potential to help feed 1/2 a billion people." How 'bout "Albertan Fish Chucker"? Makin' spear decoys with (insert tribe name here) in Michigan.On One Laptop per Child (laptop.org/) is closer to reality with the Children's Machine (CM1). One of the key features is that it "creates its own mesh network out of the box." [emph. added bdt] ^5 ben
Full Belly Blog: Full Belly at Popular Mechanics with (insert tribe name here) the Malian Peanut Sheller ... ... has the potential to help feed 1/2 a billion people." How 'bout "Albertan Fish Chucker"? Makin' spear decoys with (insert tribe name here) in Michigan. ^5 ben
*Gawd this bookmarklet sucks! The window it opens isn't even big enough to show the "Publish" button! And just now, when I clicked "View blog in new window" it opened my blog in the same window. google? you suck*
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy implements the new digital library concept of a "dynamic reference work"---it is a highly customized work-flow system by which the members of an entire discipline can collaboratively maintain a refereed reference work that not only introduces (for beginners) traditional philosophical topics but also tracks (for experts) the new ideas being published on those topics in both fixed and web-based media.
"Aiming for something big because it will be good for people." That's what I got from the life philosophy of Dr. Percy Julian. Beside that I would posit this: "So that people can share deeply about simple things."