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Jeff Vail has some interesting posts, but not all relevant. They can also be long, more suitable to be broken up into pieces, each with the attrib tag. A few of the posts are placed here. I haven't gone through in order, so I'll leave the title/date of the ones that have already been used.

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Place this at the bottom of each page and delete all but the suitable categories. Add one or more relevant pages to See also if you can, and add "== External links ==" section if relevant.


== See also == 


[[Category:Energy]]
[[Category:Energy efficiency]]
[[Category:Principles of management]]
[[Category:Principles of emergency management]]
[[Category:Culture and development]]

In the text below, attrib template is on top of each post; move it to the bottom (below the "External links" section) when posting.

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Place this at the bottom of each page and delete all but the suitable categories and add other suitable ones. Add one or more relevant pages to See also if you can, and add "== External links ==" section if relevant.


== See also == 


[[Category:Quality of life]]
[[Category:Energy]]
[[Category:Energy efficiency]]

In the text below, attrib template is on top of each post; move it to the bottom (below the "External links" section) when posting.

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Sunday, April 08, 2007 The Design Imperative

Moved to:

Energy and quality of life

The limits of energy availability and efficiency

Quality of life through design and "technics"


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