Building a source of wisdom on the internet

I aim to build a site of wisdom on the internet in 2015.

Foxes love to eat an occasional chicken which is a nuisance for farmers, but place llamas in with a field of chickens and the llamas will protect the chickens from foxes and dogs. Simple solutions to problems by mixing together certain combinations of animal or plant is a wisdom few know about.

Foxes love to eat an occasional chicken which is a nuisance for farmers, but place llamas in with a field of chickens and the llamas will protect the chickens from foxes and dogs. Simple solutions to problems by mixing together certain combinations of animal or plant is a wisdom few know about.

This Liberated Way blog promotes the idea of living in harmony with nature, and next year I shall go a stage further and build a web site to compliment Liberated Way as a source of wisdom for people who seriously seek ways to live in harmony with nature.

I have a domain and a hosting package for liberatedway.net, which is sitting doing nothing, so I am thinking of creating a type of Wikipedia of information of actions and solutions people have taken in the past that are proven by results to work in the goal of working with nature.

The internet is becoming a dung heap of poor quality information, ignorant opinion and irrelevant junk information so that people increasingly are finding it harder to find quality sources of information to their problems.

I constantly come across wonderful stories of solutions that work in relation to some of the common problems humanity faces, but nobody knows about them because they are lost in the noisy poorly indexed system of the internet.Β  Nature provides answers to every challenge humanity faces, but can we find them when we need to on the internet?

My approach is beautifully simple: define the problem; find solutions supported by results that proved the solution worked; index the problem and the solution that an internet user can easily find.Β  I feel a website of solutions to problems that involve working in harmony with nature would compliment this blog well in 2015.

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20 responses to “Building a source of wisdom on the internet

  1. [ Smiles ] Now, that is going to take a lot of in-depth research and a lot of your time, Alex.

    I wish you the best of luck with that project and I have faith that you can get it done!

  2. Wonderful Idea Alex.. And I hope you achieve your goal.. The net while having lots of Good info also has a lot of dis-information out there too.. You have to discern and sift through much.. So your ambitionate project will be time consuming but worth it.. πŸ™‚
    Sue

    • Yes, it is a daunting task which in reality is going to take many years, but after a few months would start to be useful to everyone that visits. The major challenge as you say is finding the wisdom amongst the dis-information.

  3. That’s really great idea. I look forward to it. Hope you’ll continue with the blog as well, then you can link the two.

  4. I love this – thank you!

  5. Alex, good to have you back. I think your project is a huge one but one that is much needed today. I look forward to seeing what you include.

  6. This sounds like a great endeavour. I’d appreciate a section on sharing homes with nature (a bit RSPB, but it’s a good idea in principle). Particularly in London where we’re all shoehorned into small spaces, flats and buildings, no gardens (not even window boxes allowed where I live) it would be great to have ideas of how to share our living spaces more with nature and make our cities greener and more interesting places to live. Good luck with the website.

  7. The very best of luck. If my blog can do anything to help promote this excellent project, you know where to come! πŸ˜‰

  8. Need any help? I am there for you. LVX

  9. Great idea Alex! Cheers!

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