Author Archives: David Dashifen Kees

About David Dashifen Kees

David is a professional web application developer working for a major US University and freelancing as time permits.

Winds of Change

A quick note to our subscribers and others whom might happen across the site in the next few days and weeks:  changes are a’coming.  It’s been a while since this site saw a lot of activity.  I’ve been silent for … Continue reading

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A Pagan Community Statement on the Environment

Fortuitously, my week to post coincided with the Earth Day 2015 release of A Pagan Community Statement on the Environment.  Usually, we post on Mondays, but this timing was too good to pass up.  For the last few months, myself … Continue reading

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Detail Oriented Activism

As the weather changes here in New England and the feet of snow dropped on us this Winter begins to melt, the thoughts of many may turn toward causes that have lain dormant, hibernating through the cold months or only … Continue reading

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Global Divestment Day: February 13-14

I ashamed to admit that I hold stock in a utility company.  It was purchased for me at my birth because even 35+ years ago we knew that energy from fossil fuels wasn’t going anywhere, and we expected it would … Continue reading

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Fix society. Please.

After the death of their 17 year old daughter, Leelah Alcorn’s parents sought to and succeeded in removing her suicide note from her tumblr where she posted it before her death.  It’s been shared elsewhere, but I wanted to give … Continue reading

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