Accessing “Resources” and other pages

Yesterday’s post about Charles Eisenstein’s book Sacred Economics attracted a lot of folks — economics and the sacred must be popular topics right now. But at least one person following this blog (i. e., getting e-mails when there’s a new post) had a problem getting to my notes on the book in Resources. In case anybody else was similarly frustrated, and for future reference, you need to be on the blog website to access all its features, including the “static pages,” of which “Resources” is one.

You can see these pages — Home, About, Possibilities, Realities, Resources, and Spirit — at the top of the web page wegotthenumbers.org in a menu bar under the title. Hovering over one of them with your mouse will display sub-pages (sub-categories), if any. Hovering over Resources, for example, will show Non-fiction books, with my notes on three titles, including Sacred Economics.

I’ll continue to alert readers to new additions to these categories in blog posts.

You can get to the full website by typing or pasting it into your browser, or by clicking on the link at the bottom of your new post e-mail, which takes you to that new post on the website.

Happy reading!

About (They Got the Guns, but) We Got the Numbers

I'm an artist and student of history, living in Eugene, OR. On the upside of 60 and retired from a jack-of-all-trades "career," I walk, do yoga, and hang out with my 10-year-old granddaughter. I believe we can make this world better for her and the young and innocent everywhere, if we connect with each other and create peaceful, cooperative communities as independent of big corporations and corporate-dominated governments as possible.

Posted on November 9, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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