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Tagshistory of technology (75), environmental history (60), business history (41), sts (27), design (14), consumption (13), waste (13), environmentalism (11), garbage (10), consumerism (9) — see all tags

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About meI'm a historian doing research in the history of business, technology, and the environment at Umeå University, Sweden. I am the author of Making A Green Machine: The Infrastructure of Beverage Container Recycling (Rutgers University Press, 2011).

GroupsBusiness history, Environmental history, History of technology, Science and Technology in Society, Sustainability

Homepagehttp://finnarne.net/

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Real nameFinn Arne Jørgensen

LocationUmeå, Sweden

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Member sinceNov 29, 2006

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Hi fa_scholar (Finn, if I may),

Sory to hear that, but I can't blame you; thanks for getting back to me.
Hello Finn -- Nice book choices. Yay, Adorno. I think I have more in common with you -- bookwise at least -- than most of my fellow Americans. Maybe I should move to Norway. I'd like to see a machine for "reverse consumerism" that would suck up the tons of junk littering America inside and out.
All the best from Overloaded American, ephem, Jan
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