You are the first “Renaissance Intern” for 2008!
You start when you wish.
You work when you wish.
Chaordic collaborations—harmony of order and chaos. We’ll jiggle and juggle our respective schedules and aspire to some billable hours each week. But if that does not happen, then some billable hours each fornight. Or, each month, season, or year. And, if not this year, than next year. In the way that I pray I am praying for another 38 years before I return to the immensity or, at the age of 100, retrace the journey of Carlos Castinados. It would be my honor and my pleasure to mentor you whenever. Or, perhaps you will be my mentor! In this way I see it, you have as much to teach me as I you.
Pronoiad projects—the world is conspiring to shower us with blessings. There are so many resources available to you in our Holy City of the Sweet Water Seas, that I would appreciate your giving me some guidance as to how to focus and narrow our endeavors.
Stephanie Philipps Four Season Backyard Greenhouse Prototypes
Right now, for example, Stephanie Philipps, founder of the Reclamation Society and Oui Sprouts(both stories covered in the MR), has appeared in my world and is creating a “shanty Irish prototype backyard “greenhouse” at the Euclid House Mini Farm. I’m sorry I only have enough bucks to cover your helping her 2 to 4 hours per week, but that might be the perfect project for your initial introduction to your Renaissance Internship.
Growing Power Fund Raiser at the Coffee House
You could also work with Janine Arseneau and/or Howard Hinterthuer to help make the Growing Power Fund Raiser at the Coffee House a great success.
Knight Foundation or Other Grants for Milwaukee Renaissance.com
Riverwest Co-op Cafe Cookbook
See Green Media Consortium at the Renaissance.
Heather Baker—Milwaukee Renaissance “Fellow!”
from Howard Hinterthuer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Heather, Ho Here:
With regard to the Growing Power Fundraiser, Janine Arseneau is the Impressario whilst I am one of the bands—more correctly I am a member of Embedded Reporter. If you choose to focus some of your time promoting the concert, I am a “how to” resource.
Howard Lewis, aka Howard Hinterthuer
(262) 573–0325 Cell
P.S. So it’s ok that I upload all of our correspondance, yours to me, mine to you, unless one or both of us say “Private” correspondance at the outset of the letter.