'Freshare'—fresh, shared data—is a project idea I have about helping collectives to maintain data about themselves, in order to allow new, more resilient forms of cooperation :
I gave a presentation yesterday https://codi.kanthaus.online/p/freshareInitial#/ and have now set up a pad https://codi.kanthaus.online/fresharePad?both and gitlab repository https://gitlab.com/kanthaus/freshare
189 commits merged, with the oldest dating from nov. 2017, 4689 lines added, 5523 lines removed: big inventaire update today!! feedback welcome :D
is there an “internet block” bot yet in the fediverse that announces when websites are blocked and unblocked around the world? @kotolya just told me Telegram is down in KZ and it made me wonder what else is down.
Trajectories of the Earth System in the #Anthropocene
We explore the risk that selfreinforcing feedbacks could push the #EarthSystem toward a planetary threshold that, if crossed, could prevent stabilization of the #climate at intermediate temperature rises and cause continued #warming on a “#Hothouse #Earth” pathway even as #human #emissions are reduced.
Yes, of course I want a rotary cell phone.
The power switch is an actual slide switch. No holding down a stupid button to make it turn off and not being sure it really is turning off or what. http://justine-haupt.com/rotarycellphone/
Slides from a #gameTheory workshop I just gave:
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I've found the theory useful in several cases, and think it's generally useful for anyone working with social collectives: union organizing, community design, commoning, etc.
If you're working in a participatory organization of more than ~8 people, I highly recommend #fishbowl formar for bigger topics where there is a division of opinion or expertise.
Inner circle: talking
Outer circle: listening
Switch circle: when you want and there's a space
It doesn't put pressure on less involved people to say stuff (like rounds do) and it doesn't go too chaotic like a big discussion. The format is self-moderating too.
Incredible photo/video journey of how the climate is rapidly changing in Norway: https://www.nrk.no/chasing-climate-change-1.14859595
Left should support proportional regulation as a natural sibling to progressive taxation.
The increased financial regulation after the 2008 crisis disproportionally burdened small banks. This was counterproductive, as it lead to a worsening "too big to fail" problem, although it sought to tackle it.
Similarly, anti-trust regulations are often used to crush small businesses and the self-employed more than big businesses.
'Effective World Saving' presentation/workshop I co-designed and facilitated today for #Kanthaus residents 🌏
(dw, 'world saving' is used ironically, you know what I mean 😆)
Be interested to hear feedback on what philosophical and theoretical building blocks keep you going in the face of outrageous challenge?
Farm Hack. A worldwide community of farmers that build and modify their own tools https://farmhack.org
CORRECTION: should read
'full independence from Papua New Guinea'
Thanks to @michel_slm for correction
Member of Kanthaus, 🏠 a common house in 🇩🇪 https://kanthaus.online Current focus: score voting ➡️ coop & commons governance ⚖️ Glad to be here with you 🌍
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