Publisher's Notes:

 

           
   I am not bothered by the fact that I am unknown. I am bothered when I do not know others.

主忠信。毋友不如己者。過,則勿憚改。 by Confucius

                                   

 

In And Around The Adirondack Park (IAATAP) is a rebirth of a known newsmagazine "Paradigm Times & Press" once published in New Hampshire back in the '90.  It was a wonderful creative time in my life.  I united over a dozen communities with its roots, its government, its local talents and more.  IAATAP is much like Paradigm Times with its exploration of our communities.  While I am no longer in New Hampshire, but the beautiful Adirondack Park (USA's largest state owned park), this is by my collective work.   I hope that the Adirondack and North Country community will share its presence in order to better its whole.

 

New York State government has declare the Adirondack Park to be one of its greatest natural resources and have organized it under agency to protect and share.  IAATAP is a project much like that in organizing and sharing, yet without the staff and funding.   IAATAP belongs to Adirondackers.  While as Publisher, I am the conduit.  The Adirondack natural geography, thousands of waterways, and hundred mountains protected by its people and support businesses are how we share this special place with our visitors and neighbors. 

 

Please share.  Visit often, contribute often and support our businesses.  As Confucius so nicely says, "I am not bothered by the fact that I am unknown.  I am bothered when I do not know others."   Please let me know who you are, what you do so together we can share.

 

                                                                D. R. March, Publisher

 

 

                                  

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Food for Thought:   

I believe in intuition and inspiration. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. It is, strictly speaking, a real factor in scientific research. Cosmic Religion : With Other Opinions and Aphorisms (1931) by Albert Einstein, p. 97; also in Transformation : Arts, Communication, Environment (1950) by Harry Holtzman, p. 138