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Comment by Jed Diamond on March 30, 2009 at 9:35am
Les,

Thanks for the note. Since there are a number of "Transitions" sites I wasn't sure where the best place to post would be.

Once I know more about when the book will be published and who will be publishing it, I'll check in with you to see how best to post information for comment.
Comment by Les Squires -- Webmaster on March 30, 2009 at 9:21am
Jed, the best way to get others involved with critiquing and assisting with your book is to create a Discussion here on this site. Tell them what you are doing, what kinds of collaboration you'd like from them, etc. LEt me know if you have questions about how to create a discussion.
Comment by Jed Diamond on March 30, 2009 at 8:38am
Zev,

Thanks for the encouraging note. I'm talking to a possible agent today (I've had 7 previous books published) but am between agents. As I'm sure you're aware, this is the kind of book that everyone needs to read, but many people still resist (including the publishing industry, which is part of the "civilized" world which is sinking). We are definitely making the transition to a better world, but the book industry as a whole is pretty slow to making changes.

There are a number of people in the Transition community who have offered to review early chapters, both for their own interest, and to offer suggestions.

If you're interested (or if others are), let me know.

Best wishes,

Jed
Comment by Zev Paiss on March 30, 2009 at 8:08am
Nice title Jed...it is critical that we help others understand that the future CAN be better even though it may be significantly different. - Zev
Comment by Jed Diamond on March 30, 2009 at 8:04am
Bob,

Thanks for the post and note. Getting ready for "whatever" pushes us through our denial. We will each address these issues in our own way. Having various resources is important.

I'm still working on my book, working title, As Civilization Sinks: Making the Transition to a Better World.

Keep the faith.

Jed
Comment by bob banner on March 29, 2009 at 9:07pm
Hello Rebekah,
http://transitionus.ning.com/profile/RebekahLewis

I just received an email from you.. to link here to see it.. but I find nada. For those who experienced the same, I will post what Rebekah wrote:

A message from Rebekah Lewis to all members of U.S.-wide Email List on TRANSITION UNITED STATES!

Hey ya’ll! These are the best preparedness videos I’ve ever seen (and free!). Did you ever wonder about those people who lose everything in an instant by flood, fire, or other disaster? The 72 Hour Kit takes you step by step for filling a easy to grab and carry, waterproof bag full of anything you could possibly need in the event that things go bad (for any reason!)

We have got to be prepared for ANYTHING, especially in the face of increasing threats of terrorist attacks. Check these out (thanks to member Git-R-Done for sharing!). I especially like the “Beer Can Trail Cooking” one - you never know when that might come in handy! ;)

72 Hour Emergency Kit
If that link doesn’t work, here’s the address: http://teacherstakingcontrol.ning.com/profiles/blogs/72-hour-emergency-kit

Here are some of the video topics:
SAR: 72 Hour Emergency Kit.
SAR: How to Treat & Store Water for Emergencies (2 videos)
SAR: Make a fallout shelter
Disaster Preparedness From Ready.gov
Shelter In Place
Sun Compass and direction finding
Wilderness Survival Part 1 Heat Loss
Wilderness Survival Part 2 Priorities
Disaster Preparedness for the Healthcare Provider
1998 Living Outside Documentary - Featuring Cody Lundin
Beer Can Trail Cooking
Foldable pocket cooking stove
Rocket Stove Workshop
Rocket Stove Demo
Penny Stove Tutorial (3 videos)
SixBricks Rocket Stoves in Lira, Uganda Refugee Camps
The Pop-Up Two Buck Stove
Trail stove in the Night of Winter>>

Will anyone be posting these videos on this US site?

bob
 

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