- Some new reader-created FB pages
November 21, 2013
New reader-created FB pages Thane Ahrens has started a new FB page inspired by DQ works, particularly The Story of B. Check it out at The Great Discussion.
Thane's introduction to Quinn work came by way of Dwayne Boyd's active and intriguing FB page, which has much Quinn work as its focal point. Though it's called The Church of Emergent Reality it's not what anyone thinks of as a traditional "church." Check it out for yourself.
These FB pages are in the tradition of the other reader-created sites Live Like a Leaver and The b Following, which offer opportunities for interaction and sharing of information. All are the products of individual readers of Daniel's work, and they alone are responsible for the content on the pages.
- A LAST LOOK AT ENDANGERED INDIGENOUS PEOPLES?
October 24, 2013
British photographer Jimmy Nelson has spent three years traveling the world for three years, visiting 35 tribes in all five continents, to document their lives and customs before they disappear. Preview here unforgettable images from his book Before They Pass Away.
- Ever Thought About Living in a Dumpster?
October 12, 2013
College professor Jeffrey Wilson, a.k.a. “Professor Dumpster” is trying it out, both as a home and classroom. Read all about it at Dumpster Living.p By the way, our website guestbook moderator, Sam, had this to say: "As a granddaughter of the inventor of the Dempster Dumpster, I say, BRAVO. I like to think Granddaddy would be a Friend of Ishmael if he were a young man today, and would be using his inventive mind to help save the world."
- Exciting Music Video on Climate Change
September 16, 2013
Film maker, song writer, and singer Gabriel Nicolau is in the midst a five-year multimedia project being done in collaboration with 350, Greenpeace International, and the Rainforest Action Network aiming to raise awareness on Climate Change. The centerpieces of the campaign are a music video, Change The Earth (first edit - demo), and an associated website, Water for the Fire.
Before full release of the music video, he must pay fees for footage used in its making and is seeking donations to assist in this. He's also hoping to find a web designer willing to work pro bono on the Water for the Fire website. Anyone interested in this project can write to him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- DQ's New Essay on Writing
September 9, 2013
Recently Daniel was asked to contribute an essay to Competing.com, a site focusing on strategic competition in various areas of business. You can read it at Competition in the Writing Life.
Pan Earth: a site dedicated to a scientific, holistic approach to world problems (and population in particular).
Read Ishmael: a site created by Quinn readers to reach out to other prospective readers.
Friends of Ishmael Society: find local groups (and more).
Cultural Survival: partnering with indigenous peoples to defend their lands, languages, and cultures.
Sacred Land Film Project: dedicated to protecting the Earth's sacred places through education and action.
Ishmael's Annex: your source for shirts, bumper stickers, and other Ishmael-related artifacts (featuring DQ designs). It provides much of the funding that keeps this website going.
Here are some new Facebook pages established by people who want to share and discuss Daniel's work and related subjects. They're all somewhat different, depending on the focus of the creator, so check them out and interact with them as you see fit.