Thursday, March 30, 2006

06.01 For those who want to celebrate gandhi cenetenary by developing gandhi.edu as the 21st C course of people economics, sustaianbility mba, how to teach children to connect their knowledge whilst exploring science and nature- my source in India has confirmed October 2007 is the date - email wcbn007@easynet.co.uk goodwar601 if you want to be on the email of alumni preparing questions as to how the world and India can connect through this unique congress

06.02 London has become the open world investment centre for photosynthesis -email wcbn007@easynet.co.uk goodwar602 if you want to be on email list questioning the architecture network of photosynthesis about:
how to connect your city or village with early waves of clean energy
abundant organic crops
desalination water experiments
the sun and algae's productivity as abundnat clean energy -all the gas USA ever needs can be built cleanly in desert area
and how people in the ost extreme climates 9and othen poverty) are early beneficiaries of this open source movemnts contributions to project30000

06.03 London has also become the battleground of world service media - see bottom of march's gathering storm wire



Longer Details for media or mediation responsibility leaders

Hi Authors of the 30 books on Living/Learning the Brand Genre whether that is corporate national, personal or other -all tgopics relevant to goole as current grand central junction of all marketing, mediation and medias - on the wall, who is the do no evil-most of us all?

This may call you as an urgent responsibility of all marketing, media and
mediation professionals since it becomes the last British exit for brand to
reform economics through the bridge of entrepreneurial revolution which scots
have spent about 240 years working on http://clubofarran.blogspot.com

Unlike the late 80s crisis when fictional brand valuation algorithms were conceived by the accounting and ad agency professions to separate their own business cases (and so rule leadership communications by numbers spreadshheets), today's crisis = last time Britains (Great or Small) will likely have a paeacful opportunity to change the world goes with the media of The Economist and the BBC (media that well over 100 billion dolars of mainly
public money has been invested in as befits the last commonwelath led as a
Kingdom by ethical ladies, Queens) standing up for people economics- arran's
concept of replace sports olympics by social entrepreneur olympics is
sufficient to chnage economics as foretold back in 1984
http://www.normanmacrae.com/friends.html
http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html#Anchor-Changin-27687

In 1988, The Economist's new 2006 editor then 18 years younger and I knew just
enough about the coming global brand crisis to end the year of the brand
survey like with the rose metaphor of Shakespeare's and Juliet's what's in a
name http://ecosaintjames.blogspot.com

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other word would smell as sweet."
--From Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2)
Here Juliet tells Romeo that a name is an artificial and meaningless
convention, and that she loves the person who is called "Montague", not the
Montague name and not the Montague family. Romeo, out of his passion for
Juliet, rejects his family name and vows, as Juliet asks, to "deny (his)
father" and instead be "new baptized" as Juliet's lover. This one short line
encapsulates the central struggle and tragedy of the play.
http://www.enotes.com/shakespeare-quotes/276
Themes/Keywords: name, love, family, rose -Goodold bard that just about where
all communal value multiplies around sustainably in a global village economy!

Of course those who know how the games people play with identifiers and anme
recall- as searched in the EIU's and my 1996 Brand Chartering may enjoy a bit
more about what 30 years of minding trust-flow and the rose can lead you to
recall -meanwhile Jack (John Moore) since you have accomplished your aim of
disconnecting me from feeding the www.beyond-branding.com weblog could you change
the blog link to me to http://chrismacrae.blogspot.com

The mind is a very funny (peculiar not ha ha) battleground. I have researched
since 1976 how the world's big brands impact peoples across all societies.
After all the biggest brand be that brand usa ,or coca-cola, or google
connects billions of beings in their own memories of it. According to
Americans Trout & Ries in their 70s classic which ad agencies still tout:
positioning is the battle for your mind, using all the hidden persuaders a
corporate brand owner can muster

while I disagree with spending billions a year on global brand ad budgets
because the consequences of that image-making media game are too shrinking to
contemplate where that will all pied piper us to is a different story
http://brandchartering.blogspot.com
http://globalcharters.blogspot.com
http://boards.charlierose.com/board/topic.asp?ti=16196
for now let me guide you how odd my (or any mind of empassioned context) mind
is when it comes to the brand Rose -yes if you ask me for associations with
rose I may say a sweet smelling pink skinned flower first then today I will
sya how much I am missing Charlie because I have fallen asleep over his
replacements in ill health

then we had an awakening last night with an old anarchist -yale professor
interview - what amazing grace
http://boards.charlierose.com/board/topic.asp?ti=16805 that Rose blossoms, explaining how academia has its hierarchical
taboos that anyone who questions the truth will have his head cut off or in
this case be excommunicated from yale for a year or more (Yale a place of law -
excommunicates a guy like David Graeber) I know my uncle as an English QC got
very worried by how asinine and big booted law has become but Yale are you
dropping off the map of the world

the Rose also reminds me of the way a young journalist ended his 1988 survey
of The Year of The Brand in 1988 - with the Shakespeare quote comparing rose
and trust - where is that man now? Actually he replaced Bill Emmott in the
most serious global media job of all last month

"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other word would smell as sweet."
--From Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2)
Here Juliet tells Romeo that a name is an artificial and meaningless
convention, and that she loves the person who is called "Montague", not the
Montague name and not the Montague family. Romeo, out of his passion for
Juliet, rejects his family name and vows, as Juliet asks, to "deny (his)
father" and instead be "new baptized" as Juliet's lover. This one short line
encapsulates the central struggle and tragedy of the play.
http://www.enotes.com/shakespeare-quotes/276
Themes/Keywords: name, love, family, rose

since January's State of Union Conversion to 2 new space races - end US
addiction to petroleum economics, do what you can to get schoolkids to love
exploring science more than sports and pop idols, and the explanation of this
given by one of Bush's 20 Gathering Storm leaders Norman Augustine - as to do
with Death of Distance

- 5 times in one interview to do with that
http://boards.charlierose.com/board/topic.asp?ti=16196
http://clubofbethesda.blogspot.com This helps me recall rose was also a
keyword in how Paris match reviewed the Death of Distance book I co-authored
on 1984 - Demain Sera Rose - sniad French journalism ha ha another great
economist writer and his son (so-called expert in learning networks) take us
to globalisation hell before saying its ok, the people will rise up and
web2.1 - well let's hope the rose brand is as exciting in your minds linkins
as in mine.

The denouement of the human race is being played out over the next
10 years; just do anything but lurk for all our gods and natures and peoples
sakes, liberties, egalities-the original associations of the word entrepreneur
(please note - but that's a different brand leader game, another post, another
time)


chris macrae usa 301 881 1655 wcbn007@easynet.co.uk
Alfonso Lingis Testimony at 2004 Annual Nongress of Global Reconciliation
Network, Delhi - see also my notes fro paper presnetd on coming wars between
goodwill and badwill networks http://goodwillwars.blogspot.com
One always sees things in joy. It seems to me that there is a very fundamental
kind of existential decision we make: do we believe our joy or do we believe
our neutralstates? In the latter case, the move is always one of prudence -
not to make decisions in a time of enthusiasm when one is carried away,
butrather to wait until everything cools down. I think one of the most
important things there is - I would almost say one could make this a kind of
maxim for life - is to always make decisions in a state of joy. ne should
believe one's joy more than one's prudence, or any cautious or fearful state
of mind"...Alfonso went on to say this is also the way that nature interact
people cultures and why we should be oh so respectful or every ciulture's
deepest belief even if as powerful white men wor whomever we haven't got a
clue why a culture states something is most deeply true to its communal DNA

Practically if never academically, this sure rings contextually true with researching society all round Asia which I have done on the ground since 1983...as part of the the world's first dtabank of market models coordinated out of Paris and MIT using express database software and the deepest perceptual models ever used to analyse communications by multinational companies

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