Category Archives: Site News
This is news about the site. I added a pop-up today. It will be used sparingly. I mainly wanted to highlight several co-ops that I am working with that need your support. I got the idea of a pop-up from … Continue reading
I had a few minutes this morning to fix some things with this site.
If you have been itching to comment, you can do so now. You need to register as a subscriber and then you will have access to comment. … Continue reading
Due to being too busy with a number of things in my life, I completely missed that my domain name lapsed. A pirate company squatted on it and the site is “for sale”. I decided that it wasn’t worth haggling … Continue reading
It has been a difficult couple of years for this blog. This has been the result of two issues. First, I entered a PhD program that has drawn most of my energy (specifically in terms of writing). Second, my life … Continue reading
Okay, I owe my readers an explanation–I have missed a few Mondays. I have a good excuse–at least I think that I do.
I entered the PhD in Business Administration program at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, NS. In fact, I … Continue reading
It’s been a bit quiet lately. Not that I don’t have ideas or am thinking about things, but nothing has been, shall we say, blog worthy lately. I will probably get something up in the next day or two about … Continue reading
For those of you who check the links on the right hand side, you will notice a new entry: American Worker Cooperatives. I was asked to add it and am happy to do so. According to the “About” page by … Continue reading
Sorry, folks. I was finishing my final paper for the MMCCU and preparing for a training that I am doing on Wednesday. I didn’t have time to do the regular entry. I will try to get it done tomorrow or … Continue reading
The March 1 edition of The Nation has an article on the growing industrial worker cooperative movement. I use the word “industrial” to differentiate it from the worker cooperative movement in the United States that has flourished over the last … Continue reading