Archive for the ‘Solutions’ Category

Musea #206, the Problem Solution issue now online

January 7, 2020

Dear Readers,The new Musea is out at the usual suspects and online at muses.us.
Remember open minds can solve problems.

Small Houses that People Can Afford

September 23, 2019

Small Houses!

Three points to get affordable new houses to most people: singles, seniors, couples just starting out, etc.

1. Small houses that cost 30-50K at most.
Architects love to design these small homes, and have many great ideas.

2. Don’t lump them into ghettos. Better to make a city law that only 5-10 small houses can be built in any neighborhood in the city.

3. Prefabrication with 10-30 models to choose from to avoid the cookie cutter look!

Kid Summer Triathlon

July 1, 2019

KID TRIATHLON idea:

Summer time and children are out of school and have free time. Musea suggests that there be a KID SUMMER TRIATHLON for kids around 10 years old

Three events.
1. READ: The child must read 100 pages of any books he/she chooses. 2. WALK : The child must walk a total of 10 miles
3. SERVE: The child must do 10 hours of community service

When the parents confirm that the child has finished the triathlon – he/she will receive $100 prize!

Musea since 1992

Safe Earth … not yet!

May 2, 2019

We don’t live on a safe Earth yet.
Too many people can’t be free without being afraid of consequences for their actions, actions that most nations feel are the rights for all people.
Be safe till we all can be safe.

Pennies for Play vs. Monthly Fee

April 22, 2019

Dear Reader,

Sooner or later a monthly fee for this and that is going to overwhelm the customers.

PENNIES FOR PLAY – part of the music revolution would allow the consumer to mix and match what HE/SHE wants to access – with a penny per play charged to them for every click on content, no matter what website the content is on (not only music, but blogs, videos, art, novels, films, plays, photos, school courses, etc.).

Which would you prefer? Stuck with one site’s limited content, or open to accessing every single thing on the net – AND the artist gets paid – AND there are few middlemen companies in the way.

Tom Hendricks
(Musea since 1992)


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