Monthly Archives: October 2010

Alack, ’tis he!

King Lear Act 4, scene five CORDELIA: Alack, ‘tis he! Why, he was met even now As mad as the vexed sea, singing aloud, Crowned with rank fumiter and furrow-weeds, With hardokes, hemlock, nettles, cuckoo-flowers, Darnel, and the idle weeds … Continue reading

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Interview

The lovely Marissa published an article about my work on DasSuperPaper, a free Australia-wide magazine. Here’s the introduction: As the global pace of urbanisation accelerates and the world’s agricultural resources diminish, Diego Bonetto’s use of organic material and exploration of … Continue reading

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Weeds as a source for human consumption

From here Thanks to PFAF for the amazing work This paper was sent into PFAF by Martha Díaz-Betancourt Weeds as a future source for human consumption. Martha Díaz-Betancourt1, Ismael R. López-Moreno1, Eduardo H. Rapoport2, Luciana Ghermandi2 , Estela Raffaele2 and … Continue reading

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On Plant’s Intelligence

Oh well, however nutty might sound, this guy present it with data and charm: Stefano Mancuso: the roots of plant intelligence From here

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on perMapOesiS

Natural Bitterness from Patrick Jones on Vimeo. a short video poem by Patrick Jones, permaculturalist, spoken word artist, poet, blogger, father, all of which in no specific order. ” the industries of spontaneous flora. an invisible abundance that greed ignores … Continue reading

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back log

wow, the list just does not stop! OK OK, let’s start with this below, straight copy+paste from the TWOTHOUSAND site, and online magazine/trend setter from Sydney. You gave a tour this past Saturday in Darlington, which was fun and cheeky, … Continue reading

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