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Andrius Kulikauskas Self Learners Network. Think Through Art with Andrius Kulikauskas. Directory of ways of figuring things out. Chicago Street Artist Blog. Video summary of knowledge of everything. Notes on Gamestorming. Living by Truth working group. Twitter: @selflearners Email: ms @ ms.lt
Edward Cherlin Earth Treasury
Kennedy Owino Nafsi Afrika Acrobats
Ben de Vries
Samwel Kongere Mendenyo
George Christian Jeyaraj
Lucas Gonzalez Santa Cruz
Christine Ax, Steve Bonzak, James Ferguson, Maria Agnese Giraudo, Marcin Jakubowski, Ed Jonas, Rick Nelson, Hannington Onyango, Linas Plankis, Proscoviour Vunyiwa
Andrius helped with the following websites:
I also have pages here:
Who am I ?AndriusKulikauskas
Contact me at [email protected]
I was born in California, but moved to Lithuania in 1997. In order to make a living, I started Minciu Sodas as a business to serve people like myself, IndependentThinkers. I founded Minciu Sodas http://www.ms.lt in May, 1998 as a sole proprietorship in Vilnius, Lithuania. My purpose was to start a business so that I could live in Lithuania and also have free time for my quest to "know everything and apply that usefully". Here is a diagram of how my purposes and decisions have evolved: MinciuSodas/Principles/Evolution
See our lab's Services.
Also, I am always looking for more part-time or temporary work. I work as a software developer (PHP/MySQL, Python, Microsoft Access and more). I also organize teams, consult on projects, and summarize regulations. I invent things like interfaces and protocols. I am interested to try something new!
My video IWishToKnow which I made in August, 2009, summarizes my results from my quest to know everything and apply that knowledge usefully.
I cherish my elders and friends who share with me their creative life: sculptor-painter-poet-singer Algirdas Zokaitis, filmmaker-actor Rimas Morkunas, community organizer (of graf writers and skateboarders) Joe Damal, mathematician-physicist-musician-naturalist John Harland, chef and creative spirit Joe Sochor, David Ellison-Bey of the Moorish Cultural Workshop, and my own father Edmundas Kulikauskas who leads the movement to rebuild our country's royal palace.
I admire the conceptual advances of ChristopherAlexander on pattern languages, GillesFauconnier on mental spaces, GeorgeLakoff on metaphor, StephenWolfram on automata, NormanAnderson on cognitive algebra, JosephGoguen on algebriac semiotics, and SarunasRaudys on neural networks. I am moved by Internet projects that link us to the marginalized: JanetFeldmann's work (KAIPPG, ACTALIVE) for Africans distressed by AIDS, StephenDeMeulenaere's with community currencies, JoyTang's OneVillage.biz for unity centers in the face of the AIDS catastrophe, NitinSawhney's ThinkCycle for design of innovations serving the developing world, and TomMunnecke's GivingSpace for profound ideas on uplift. GlobalVoices, WorldChanging and PositiveYouthNews are very important.
KerrySanto of ModoFacCentral overcame homelessness to become the world's greatest online networker. She's organizing a drop-in centre in Edinburgh. RickNelson has a dynamic community around his Solaroof greenhouse technology. An inspiring team renovated the KB5 “open source village” center in Kirchbach, Austria. MichaelWolff spearheads work-from-home that can open up jobs for social entrepreneurs.
I would love to work with AnthonyJudge's (UIA) database of world challenges, solutions and values. I value the eBible in the Public Domain. I am amazed by rasyk.lt and its 20,000 poems. Blue Oxen is the group most like my lab. I love the investigatory blogs of organizer FlemmingFunch's (New Civilization Network) and artist Natalie d'Arbeloff. FranzNahrada (global villages), HenryMigingo (bottom up economy in Kenya), LucasGonzalezSantaCruz (sustainability) and BenoitCouture (unity in God) are models of open personal growth through activist projects. The Wales Institute for Community Currencies alternates between deep ideas and on-the-ground action.
I am grateful to JerryMichalski for his outreach as an organizer.
I look beyond isolated projects (and failures) to people, ideas and engagement.
I invite your response at our wikis, our discussion groups, or please write me.
Mon, 21 Sep 09 10:17:55 +0000 Patrick Bunyali Kamoyani: I just wanted to say Hi to you and wish you all the best in your endeavours.