If you have stumbled across this forgive me, but if I directed you as a prospective partner, double forgive me. Go straight to Election Districts above. It is the only political leadership thing I’m working on now and I need your help.

All of the remaining entries are unedited and await a final crunch prior to placement elsewhere. If you care to spend some time reading my thought or observations I would appreciate your comments. With that known, read on, enjoy a narrative on ideas I believe require implementation.

The interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, will produce an effect greater than the sum of separate efforts. My posts will allow you to scan messages from about 100 change agent organizations and people. The question: How and on what issues can they combine to produce a greater effect?

Synergy is the creation of a whole that is greater than the simple sum of its parts. It is an old word, it comes from the Attic Greek word συνεργία — synergia. See “The Synergy Project.”

I write a lot about Urban Density HERE, and I write about politics a fair amount HERE, and about my neighborhood HERE and the issues all diverse communities face from where I live now to the nation as a whole. Oh, and I what to change get a better representative in Congress.

My research gets organized, energized or unified and mashed up by building a set of posts that allow me to scan messages from change agent organizations (here). I like stories about our urban life, its structures and the voices of people in political leadership who are building the proof we need to become our better selves. One well established version by the scholars metropolitan structures recognize regions with political control that see “states” as political relics. The short step by step, renewable version goes like this:


  • Density is the Answer.
    • Density and compacity can end planetary disruptions.
  • Design Restorative Buildings.
    • Design will produce positive urban recurrences through technology
  • The Obstacles of Politics Might Kill Us All.
    • Recognize the rise of regional governing bodies and its perils
  • Proof is the Problem.
    • Data only has meaning in people standing face-to-face in a place.