As I write this I am in Kirkwall, Orkney. It is the first week of August 2010. An idea around Metafari ( ) was picked up by Lesley Wilson in Glasgow, communicated to Kate Coutts from Shetland, and transformed to Metasaga.
I decided to go and explore how an idea can be spread by wind, and hopefully learn something myself from the questions I find here. My story and journey is here:
You find the Metasagas published HERE:
Hope to see you somewhere, at sometime.
Almost a month later, I am in Fårö, Gotland, Sweden. It is now August 29, 2010. This is where our family has spent its summers a long time back, and where we have a summer house. In three weeks I will be in Dar es Salaam Tanzania. So what can I learn from the space I know as my own? A visit by an old friend from the USA who now lives in Cairo inspired to a "Metaspace" on a magic coast section of Fårö, where the "Rauks" creates a strange landscape. The tallest remind me of the Old Man of Hoy in Orkney, but the size and the story behind is totally different.
You find our Fårö Metaspace here.

I have found a new word in our project. I met with Johanna Norström, just at the border of a natural reserve in Stockholm. We have talked about collaboration for some time, and we used the space of the forest our conversation. It was the most wonderful space, that really talked to us. It gave us the word Space. Metaspace. Read here.