Twirly Things, inspirations from the USM Community
Surely you've seen those twirly things that fall off of trees in the fall, that our parents taught us to split open and stick on our noses. Right? Those twirly things are seeds: whirlybirds, pinwheels, maple seeds. They are like our ideas. Most of these twirly things fall to the ground without becoming trees; most of our ideas do not take root. Over time, it can be very difficult to even find them again.
So, let's make a place for those ideas to collect, someplace accessible where they can cross-pollinate, and maybe even germinate...or not, aided by the collective wisdom of the community. Ok?
Start here, and let's see what happens.