Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott
I am an visual artist and social entrepreneur interested in the re/design of systems of commerce. I produce "Alisha's Blog" at alishatheexplorer.com, and am the Founder of the "Bee Friendly" Pollinator Support Movement, which launches in October 2012. deadbees.wordpress.com
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Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott

Hi, Ted + all. Online search for HeatSync Labs in AZ. It is AZ's first hackerspace... about 3 years old, I believe.

twitter.com/heatsynclabs
Jacob is super-friendly, and could help you to organize this space!

twitter.com/jacobrosenthal

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Posted Dec 3, 2012
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Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott

We need to be concerned about our hearing. BART is negligent, and I wonder how many rider-patrons have suffered hearing impairment or loss? Please consider this petition, in addition to your 24 Hour BART wishes... neighborland.com/ideas/oak-bar...

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Support BART to provide ear plugs or better for paying patrons to prevent inevitable hearing loss in Oakland

"Can you hear me?!" BART should provide ear plugs to patron riders of all ages, in order to prevent untimely hearing loss. Unreasonably loud BART train cars inevitably cause patron hearing loss, as they scrape along bent tracks. Patrons are currently paying a minimum of $1.75 USD per one-way trip. BART fare should include one (1) pair of ear...

neighborland.com/ideas/oak-bar...

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Posted Oct 4, 2012
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Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott

Yes, the idea behind BART providing patrons with [inexpensive] earplugs is to protect our ears until BART can figure out how to make their trains/tracks quieter.

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Posted Sep 13, 2012
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Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott

I'm not sure of the numbers of Oakland golf courses. In my research, I talked to reporters and professional golf organizations. There is not even a single office that tracks this information.

Being from AZ, this idea was birthed there after I saw local golf courses in ruin from underfunding.

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Posted Aug 20, 2012
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Alisha "the Explorer" Forrester Scott

While we are planting trees, we might ban and prevent future usage of neurotoxic insecticide chemicals that poison water aquifers. Also, to be efficient, when we are doing earth planting work, we should consider trans/planting "bee friendly" varieties that will help pollinators to overcome their Colony Collapse Disorder challenges. This would give youth the opportunity to learn about the insects (bees!) that are responsible for pollinating our major food sources like fruits, vegetables, nuts, and spices.

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Posted Aug 15, 2012
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