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In the average American household, the television is on for more than four hours a day. Many households have a television in every room in the house. Some don't have a television at all. What are your habits concerning television? What are your preferences for what you watch and when? What can you live with in terms of having television on in the kitchen, living room, and other common areas? What "must you have" concerning television and what would you "like to have" in your living space?

 

Sources: Sharing Housing: A Guidebook for Finding and Keeping Good Housemates

Contributors:  Annamarie Pluhar

Recommended Books: Sharing Housing: A Guidebook for Finding and Keeping Good Housemates

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Good Rain-Trevor Hall

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Somewhere - Barbra Streisand

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Phase 0 Recommended Reading

As an organization we encourage individuals with limited incomes to find these titles at your local library or borrow from a fellow Transition website user. However, if you have the means and like to own books you can purchase these titles and support The Transition by clicking on the covers below and purchasing them online.

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Evolution Design

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Nonviolence Magazine

Nonviolence magazine opens a picture on the emerging world of peace, justice and harmony. 

 

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Nonviolence is a hope-filled resource for practical idealists. Our aim is to offer fresh perspectives on human potential and inspire constructive action around the issues that matter: peacebuilding, democracy, social justice, economy, climate protection.

 

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Memo Note Design

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We Are All Connected - Symphony of Science

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Somewhere over the Rainbow - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwoʻole

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Buycott App

buycott_logo.png Buycott empowers you to effect global change by voting with your wallet.

As seen on CNN, NBC, FOX, ABC, and more!

● HOW IT WORKS ●

* Join campaigns to support causes you care about.

* Scan product barcodes to learn a product's history.

* Make a purchase decision on the product and communicate your decision to the company.

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+ Improve your position on the leaderboard by taking action with Buycott.

+ Create your own campaign from buycott.com

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Buycott takes your privacy very seriously. Below is an explanation of every permission that we ask for when you install the app, and a complete summary of what we use it for:

+ Location: They only use your location for determining nearby actions, trending campaigns, and trending products.

+ Contacts: If you try to invite a friend through the app, they access your contacts to provide you with a list of friends. Under no other circumstances do they access your contacts.

+ Camera: They only access your camera when you are scanning a barcode.

+ Cost: FREE

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