Epilog 1
A couple of years ago, we set out to create an open, independent reading platform for information we found relevant about our world and our environment. We believed that sharing this information could be beautiful and that it was meant to be shared.

Along the way, we created this web site that proved these things to be true. We’re proud of the product we built, but even more so, we’re grateful for the community of readers who supported it and the ideas it presented.

At every turn, your feedback shaped our development, and your passion signaled a new chapter of environmental and political information for reading. Together we looked at pressing topics such as climate change, our environment, renewable energy and, of course, our political landscape. Thank you for helping to bring this reality into view.

Unfortunately we failed to sufficiently commercialize these ideas and, despite enthusiastic support from you, we failed to create critical mass sufficient to sustain the time, effort and, yes, monies required for this idea. Simply put, we failed to create a sustainable platform for reading and, I suppose, ran out of steam, so to speak. For this, we’re deeply sorry. We considered every option before making the difficult decision to end the publishing process that brought us together.

There are many, many sources, reliable and otherwise, for the information we collected and published. You will easily find them as they are all over the Internet. We plan on leaving this site open for some time, however, we will be in no position to continue posting current information.

Thank you for the time and attention you’ve contributed to this community. It has been a privilege to read together, and we look forward to meeting again, in new ways, in new places. Take care of our environment! It is the only one our grandchildren will inherit!


Andy K

Epilog 2

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