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  • How To Undermine Black Friday Thu, 24 Nov 11, 3:55am
    Black Friday is an event of pure commercialism that occurs in the USA once a year. Although not originally named for this reason, it now signifies the time of year when retailers typically move from being “in the red”...
  • A review by Keith Farnish Among the sorrow and the wonder, there is a moment in All of The Above that takes a bewildering concept and clarifies it to the level of absurd simplicity...
  • Keith On Peak Moment Fri, 30 Jul 10, 12:51am
    Long time author and contributor to The Sietch Keith, has landed himself in a very nice video. Check it out. From the video description: Peak Moment 175: What kind of life do you want, and what are you willing to do to...
  • This post comes courtesy of Dave Pollard at the “how to save the world” blog, and is particularly relevant to readers of The Sietch… What are you going to do when the Internet’s gone? That is the...
  • This post comes courtesy of Dave Pollard at the “how to save the world” blog, and is particularly relevant to readers of The Sietch… What are you going to do when the Internet’s gone? That is the question...
  • “Out-of-Home impact plus the power of television to a captive audience. Reach 5.8 million monthly Atlantans, commanding attention during the entire ride.” You don’t really notice it, but it’s there, filling your subconscious...
  • There’s no time for a review of 2009, it’s happened, we are in deeper shit than we have ever been in, but one of the very few points of light is that the term “Greenwashing” has become common currency...
  • A Simple Message For Humanity Human activity is destroying the natural systems that we depend upon for our survival. Our most basic instinct as humans is to survive; yet we continue to destroy our life-support machine. Connected...
  • First off, I must apologise: this is probably one of the latest reviews of a ‘new’ book that you will ever read — although in the world of publishing, all reviews are probably welcome...
  • 24 October 2009. Remember that date, because in the future hundreds of thousands of people who took part in thousands of events worldwide will look back and say to themselves: “Why did I think that would do any good?” Those...
  • 24 October 2009. Remember that date, because in the future hundreds of thousands of people who took part in thousands of events worldwide will look back and say to themselves: “Why did I think that would do any good?” Those...
  • I’m staring at a bit of a dog-eared wreck, to be honest; but it’s the words that matter, providing I can still read them. The thing is, my copy of Carolyn Baker’s Sacred Demise has followed me around on walks, road...
  • The Copenhagen climate change conference is coming and, quite frankly, I don’t expect it to change a thing: the focus will still be on ensuring economic growth in the face of a heating Earth, and most of the money pledged...
  • If I wasn’t such a cynic, I swear I wouldn’t have believed my eyes when I saw Greenpeace on the same side as the American Petroleum Institute and the National Pork Producers Council...
  • There is such a thing as “word exhaustion”, the feeling of weariness that comes over a reader when they feel that a piece of text has outstayed its welcome and the author should probably learn at what point the...
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