Directions: How to navigate this "blog".
At the top of the screen is the name of this "blog" - Discussion Group.
Below the name are a number of "categories". They form Level 1 - the first or main level of this group.
Most names in each level have another series of names "underneath" them.
For example, left click on Biography (the second name in from the left of the Level 1 names) and you will see another group of names. We call this group of names the second level or level 2 of the Biography category.
Some levels have "articles", some have names for more levels, and some have both articles and more levels. The second level of Biographies, for example has more names meaning that if you left click on any of them you "go down" one level to the third level.
For example left click on Cuneo,Roger name (level 3) and go the the fourth level - a series of articles about some parts of my life.
Or instead of clicking on Cuneo,Roger, left click on Pictures. In this case you have some names that you can left click on to go to a lower level, or you can scroll down and get to a variety of different spaces at this same level.
The writing at this level in this space of that level gives you a listing of other space at this level. One of these, for example is: Roger's and Martha's Family. Look at that writeup and you will find that you can see different members of the family, and the family at different stages of the family's growth.
Remember this is a process.
It is never complete.
And never up to date
Pictures and articles
will be changed from time to time.
New pictures and articles
will be added often.
[Fritjof Capra defines ecoliteracy as follows:
The great challenge of our time is to build and nurture sustainable communities…The first step in this endeavor is to understand the principles of organisation that ecosystems have developed to sustain the web of life. This understanding is what we call ecological literacy. Teaching this ecological knowledge will be the most important role of education in this century.]
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