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    I'm endeavouring to integrate Have More For Less with other social media platforms so that the core Have More For Less ideas can be communicated to a wider group of people.

    Let me make it clear that I'm not interested in attracting huge numbers of people to HMFL...but I do want to reach more of the right that interesting discussions about self-reliance and simple living become possible. At the moment, there are too few of us for that to happen...and those of us that are here are largely from one interest self reliance...microponics...iAVS...aquaponics.

    To stimulate that interest...and to reach the people that might find the ideas around Having More For Less attractive...I've been working with Facebook:I've also been working with a range of external Facebook groups to expand awareness of iAVs, food self-reliance, aquaponics, Permaculture and Japanese quail.

    For those of you who may be interested...I have these other sites...Over time, this cat's breakfast will be tidied up and integrated in such a way that members can choose how they access whatever interests them. At the moment, it's probably fair to say that I'm stretched al little...trying to keep it all going while I move it to a better way of doing things.

    Anyway, I just wanted you to know that it's all happening...but not necessarily right here...right now!

    Of course, it goes without saying that, if you've got something to say...or if I can help you in any way...or you just want to stay connected with what I'm doing...then there are a variety of new ways for you to do that.

    "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." - Arthur Schopenhauer - my main website. - my Facebook page. - my Microponics and Waste Transformation Farming Facebook Group - my iAVs Facebook Group - the current home of the Online Urban Aquaponics Manual.

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    It is a big world, and you are some kind of a "big energy". Thanks for all!


    • Gary Donaldson
      Gary Donaldson commented
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      Thank you, Steve. Of all resources, life is unquestionably the most finite...and not to be wasted.