Work in progress: Please find here a first rough guide to the Exernomics website and its extensions. This section will be improved and completed as the project moves ahead. If you are web savvy you may not wish to take your time reading this. Still, perhaps a quick glance . . .
FIRST TIME HINT:
The best way to gain full control of the site is to review the following with both a tablet and PC on your desk Then we propose you keep this page on the tablet so that you can keep track of what happens on the PC as you move through each successive section and link, one by one by one.
(Note. While this will give you a start, please note that this is work in progress and the top menu you see today may well be different. Still, what you have here should be a help.
HOME – brings you back to the opening page
START – Introduces the site and its workings for first-time visitors
ABOUT: currently has following main functions
On Exernomics – What is Exernomics and why it may be worth a thought or two
Workings of the site – this page
About Ayres: Wikipedia entry. Vitae. INSEAD profile
Founding Editor – A few words on Eric Britton
EDITORIALS: Ayres sounds off on related topics
PUBLICATIONS: Ayres print legacy to this date
Ayres on Amazon
CROSS-CURRENTS: Invited critical articles and Op-Eds by colleagues treating key issues and perspectives
TRANSLATE: One click links to Google working translations for the nimble reader.
CONTACT: How to get in touch
Each article or posting to the site is presented in a uniform format as follows:
Posted on: date of first posting
Tagged: Link to all similar postings under that heading.
Comments: Will take you to all comments thus far received, and invite you to share yours.
Edit: You can’t. That’s for us.
Continue reading: As it says
Share this: One click ways t share the article, Also the Print/PDF function works nicely and gives you an opportuntity to edit out passages as you think best.
RIGHT HAND COLUMN
This column offers a range of useful tools which allow the reader to have convenient access to the full content of the site (important as the volume grows) and a number of other handy tools. In order . . ..
To get weekly update – a very short notice id’ing postings, no more than one per week
Key word search engine – standard. Works pretty well
Select category: To find all related articles by topic
Search archives: Find articles by month/years.
Social media hot links: Once click links to parallel social media sites
Most read: Ten most consulted postings over last weeks
Recent postings: Last twenty postings to site, in chrono order.
Recent Comments: Last dozen approved reader comments
Key Links: Links to websites/work relating to main issues under study here.
Facebook readers: Shows recent persons who have signed into parallel Facebook site.
Twitter: Last five tweets to @exernomics
Now that is where things stand today on 11 October 2014. you can e sure that it will expand and hopefully be more tightly organised as the project moves ahead in these last months of 2014.
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Bio: Educated as a development economist, Eric Britton is an American political scientist, teacher and international sustainability activist who has lived and worked in Paris since 1969. Professor of Sustainable Development, Economy and Democracy at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion (Paris), he is also MD of EcoPlan Association, an independent advisory network providing strategic counsel for government and business on policy and decision issues involving complex systems, social-technical change and sustainable development. Founding editor of World Streets: The Politics of Transport - https://worldstreets.wordpress.com . | Britton online: https://goo.gl/9CJXTh