Late in the book RPS/2044, the book’s interviewer, Miguel Guevara, asks one of it’s eighteen interviewees, namedBertrand Dellinger – who happens to be me – the origin of the phrase “planting the seeds of the future in the present.” I answer: “I think it was ...Read More
Offering my take on RPS/2044, I should acknowledge that I was one of the book’s eighteen interviewees and, from the organization’s start, an avid member. My addressing the book may seem awkward, but that’s par for me. Consider it narcissistic if you like, or perhaps ...Read More
Below are the testimonials by interviewees - in case anyone would like to comment on one or more. There are illusions, often ptetty obvious, sometimes pretty subtle, scattered throughout to the historical figures whose names are in part borrowed. You might find it amusing to ...Read More
Users who have registered can post blogs and/or comment on other posts you see in the system. This is for whatever you wish - in particular if you want to suggest something large scale, or comment on something at length, or contribute an essay. You ...Read More
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