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Diana McCourt and Jane Wilson tell the story of Womanshare, which they founded in 1991 in a city known for its isolation. Members of this women's skills exchange build community, share their time and talents, and create new wealth
Virtual reality shimmers on the horizon of our collective consciousness like a technological mirage..
By connecting human needs and human resources, Time Dollars generate new wealth. The system also builds community as people are valued for their contributions and discover they can rely on one another.
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Weaving possibilities for a New Era
A former commander of the US nuclear forces is calling for a drastic reassessment of the moral, ethical, and practical implications of nuclear weapons