Six Degrees Of Separation
The regeneration of the collective social conscience in times of crises
A project with the opportunity for sustainable community education and learning in mind.
The City Geographer
The Glasgow Almanac - New Project - A publication in development
The Glasgow Almanac aims to create a series of articles, journals, events, timelines, reference material, factual evidence and graphics that hopes to help to engage ordinary members of the public in an enjoyable way the richness of their political and cultural heritage by helping in the process of learning and moving forward.
The publication through its selection of contents will work to explore, understand and debunk the different roots of the many strands of subterfuge, lies and mindless propaganda, that tries to pass as real news and factual information in both the public and private information sectors.
But rather than continually, or only, exploring the many political deviants and miscreants of our misery. Here we would want instead to concentrate on that which creates agency, through reference to past and present struggles, gains and empowering experiences of ordinary people. More info soon
Six Degrees of Separation
What we want to look at on this website is. What is the cause of this massive disconnect in all sorts of areas of public life. We live in a world that boasts of connectivity. But we need to ask. What exactly are we being connected to and who is doing the connecting?
So the six degrees of separation. The idea that all people on average are six, or fewer, social connections away from each other. As a result, a chain of "friend of a friend" statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps. MORE