Walking down the telegraph road

"A long time ago came a man on a track Walking thirty miles with a sack on his back And he put down his load where he thought it was the best Made a home in the wilderness Built a cabin and a winter store And he ploughed up the ground by the cold lake shore The other travellers came walking down the track And they never went further, no, they never went back"

  • From the song Telegraph Road, Dire Straits

What we believe is at the heart and soul of ebrainpool

Sharing has always been a primal need. It forms the basis of communities and humanities growth through the ages. People are social creatures. Transfer of knowledge has been responsible for the dramatic growth of humanity into a civilised society. Teaching would not be possible without our ability to share and transer knowledge with each other and to the next generations following us. Sharing is not just a human quality. Right from Prometheus who stole fire from Zeus and passed it onto Humans.

Sharing is Divine.

  • Your car is punctured, you need a Jack. Dont you borrow it from your neighbour.

  • Pot lunch, everyone shares their food! A party ensures.

  • We share advice.

  • Kids in the school, share their crayons. We borrow our neighbouts hammer or their lawn mower.

Its instinctive. Communities need sharing to grow, form and change

Software is a tool too, why cant we share it. Dont copy or steal it, share it

Previous Post Next Post