TED talks are an excellent example of a knowledge cooperative in action. In the spirit of the amazing nuggets of information that can be gleaned from each short lecture I would like to share something extraordinarily inspiring.
Christina Bustos posted a beautiful picture on flickr today illustrating how beautiful our world would be without us. But these talks show how beautiful our world could be if we were more respectful inhabitants.
First architect Elora Hardy demonstrates the versatility of bamboo as a base material for wondrous homes to inhabit.
Her father, John Hardy, the source of her inspiration, exemplifies how schools don’t need to be prisons of mental torture: