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John Kellden has been at 17 events

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John Kellden32,069Welcome to a *Conversation That Mind And Matter: Adventure!* In which the #FabGangOfFour :  @100783494986717553112 @101280116286631896187 @116135963476096063106&@101010252943098026073 share stories and adventures you may find helpful for your purposes, for reaching out to others, for the next steps in your own journey - and you are most welcome to share a story or two of your own, via the event chat! _"I'm out on my porch every day--sun, rain, snow--to watch the wildlife around me. Get buzzed by the hummingbirds. The robin gives me a low fly-by greeting. Hawks and the occasional eagle soar overhead. I live in a Nature Channel."_ -- @100783494986717553112  _"Probably the greatest thing I've learned thus far in my journey in Social Media is that much of what we share and to what extent it resonates with others depends on how we position ourselves and frame our content. The more we learn to be vulnerable and open to sharing our stories to frame what we share, the deeper our connections can grow. Life is too short for shallow relationships; instead, let's go deep."_ --@101280116286631896187  _"I see things in ways most people seem not to, and marvel at how everything is connected._ _I'm interested in social reform and breaking down the barriers that seem to be holding our species back from its potential."_ -- @116135963476096063106  _"In a network, the best place to store knowledge is in other people."_ --@101010252943098026073Conversations That Mind And Matter: Adventure2015-05-21 19:00:0043  
John Kellden32,069_"We love to figure some #impactfulness out and cocreate value."_ -- John Kellden  Come join the #fabfour   in a Hangout On Air, at 6 PM GMT+1, two hours from now. Your hosts through the Impactfulness: _"I'm out on my porch every day--sun, rain, snow--to watch the wildlife around me. Get buzzed by the hummingbirds. The robin gives me a low fly-by greeting. Hawks and the occasional eagle soar overhead. I live in a Nature Channel."_ --  @100783494986717553112  _"Probably the greatest thing I've learned thus far in my journey in Social Media is that much of what we share and to what extent it resonates with others depends on how we position ourselves and frame our content. The more we learn to be vulnerable and open to sharing our stories to frame what we share, the deeper our connections can grow. Life is too short for shallow relationships; instead, let's go deep."_ -- @101280116286631896187  _"A no-nonsense marketer who can wear many hats in the business and marketing world. Founder of the Social Media Communities on Google+ (http://smhangout.com) with over 250,000 members combined over four communities."_ --  @103008963082975341976   _"In a network, the best place to store knowledge is in other people."_ -- @101010252943098026073  Most welcome with all your impact and impactfulness questions!Conversations That Mind And Matter: Impactfulness2015-01-29 18:00:0058  
John Kellden32,069Conversations That Mind And Matter: Impactfulness2015-01-28 19:59:173  
Mick Fealty14,086Please join us and our panel for a vigorous discussion on what the newly launched Northern Ireland Open Government Network.  Guest speakers include John Barry of Queens University Belfast, Tim Hughes of Involve, and Matilda Murday of Democratic Society.  We'll also be joined by Peter Osborne and members of the independent #OpenGov NetworkLate DigitalLunch: What would OpenGovernment in Northern Ireland look like?2015-01-14 20:30:0013  
Mick Fealty14,086*The form’s the thing, not the play within it.* _ @114849048279122543254 explains this first in a short series of talks with @110465386078989533154 on his life's work in theatre, arts and education.__ These two shapes, symbolically, represent the essence of all human activity.   They infuse opposed ambitions at the root of the possibilities of achievement. Everyone (knowingly or unknowingly) is conditioned by such concepts as: Gods and goddesses; Apollo and Dionysos; masculine and feminine principles; individual and collective; freedom and equality; striving and sharing; sky and earth; doing and being; reason and feeling; form and content; actor and audience; etc.  Through the platform, humanity aspires to the sky, determined to take on the gods.  Through the circle, humanity relates to the earth, seeking harmonies within itself and the natural world.  The history of the platform absorbing the circle has controlled human endeavour since Mesopotamian times.  The twenty first century is its dangerous aftermath, as it seeks to create paths to the circle absorbing the platform.  Creativity is the powerless force attempting to find means to achieving that transformation  The form’s the thing, not the play within it.RG Gregory The Platform and the Circle2014-11-19 22:30:005  
John Kellden32,069In this Hangout, we're going to talk about shared understanding, social cognition, enactivity and playfulness. Not necessarily in that order. Three stages of social cognition: *1. Opaque mind: No Is Less* Solemnity. Being serious all the time, even when levity would be slightly more fun and perhaps even meaningful. *2. Absorbent mind: More Is More* Social media. If one social media post is fantastic, let's consume one gazillion? *3. Transceiving mind: Yes Is More* Social cognition. After having said no, one gazillion times, we suddenly rediscover how to say yes. Any sufficiently advanced social cognition is indistinguishable from playfulness. Context - a little something to gear up for the Hangout: _"How do people understand each other?"_ -- Hanneke De Jaegher http://hannedejaegher.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/hannedphilboekformaat.pdf *Bohemian Gravity* https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2rjbtsX7twc *Enaction* _"Enaction is the idea that organisms create their own experience through their actions."_ -- Edwin HutchinsConversation Community: Shared Understanding2014-10-13 17:30:007  
John Kellden32,069*Make Things Happen* http://goo.gl/6I8Iat 6 PM GMT+1 A Q&A session. Everyone most welcome. It''ll be recorded, for those who can't make it. The Q&A continues in the Conversation Community in topics and posts, everyone is most welcome to join there as well: http://goo.gl/5N0f2q *Things Happening* http://goo.gl/pGZCDiConversation Community: Make Things Happen2014-05-27 18:00:0078  
John Kellden32,069A recorded Hangout On Air where we will talk about what's happening in the Conversation Community.  Conversation Community Products http://goo.gl/6Xy9EH Conversation Community Dynamic Synopsis http://goo.gl/VXgfYb Conversation Community Taxonomy http://goo.gl/2TaEsrConversation Community: Dynamic Synopsis2014-05-06 18:00:0024  
John Kellden32,069*Social Presence* The part of our own unique story that carries in a network. Become part of the Fieldbook by writing 500 words, adding your own perspective on social presence.  The format is a short intro, followed by a Q&A. It'll be recorded, so no prob if you can't make it, and will be turned into a Conversation Community post for any further questions. Everyone, most welcome! *Conversation Community* http://goo.gl/wsEqcLConversation Community: Social Presence Fieldbook2014-04-03 19:00:0010  
John Kellden32,069Work as a subset of play, the love of the whole game and writing blog posts as if people mind and matter.Conversation Community: Small Is Beautiful2014-03-18 20:00:0016  
Mick Fealty14,086So, a new way for having serious fun in real (rather than virtual) time?  We're looking for a smart idea, a good pub and a decent pint. Oh, and some congentially smart company in a town called Oxford.  Someone (yet to be found) pitches us a smart idea on *how we might positively bridge Ireland's rich past and its uncertain future*.  It's all informal, but with a few important strictures: _One_, it's in a bar (ala cafe scientifique).  _Two_, the key speaker must have his/her pint in hand whilst speaking.  _Three_, the idea must take no more than one minute to pitch.  So a sort of Dragon's Den, but without the hideous dragons. The audience are then be free to prompt a deeper exploration of the idea. Watch this space... Slugger's prototype 'Idea and a Pint Night' in Oxford2014-03-14 19:00:002  
John Kellden32,069Patterns and Pathways for bridging between content and monetizing.Conversation Community: Content and Monetizing2014-01-29 09:31:073  
Google Partners1,268,936A vital topic for all aspects of the modern-day enterprise, ‘Big data’ and our increasing ability to analyse in real-time and cost effectively is leading to innovation, optimised customer experiences, and smarter decision making. On November 21st, Google invites you to learn directly from those who are utilising Big Data to great effect, and the technology driven marketing that is enabling them to do so. The event will include presentations and panel discussions on key customer data themes including CRM, Social Media, Mobile, AdTech, Retail technology and Analytics, to build a cohesive vision of the customer data driven organisation of the future. Confirmed speakers include AKQA, Google, Asda, doubleclick,  and Mr and Mrs Smith. Be inspired by a glimpse into the Future of Customer Data, and understand the steps you need to take to get there. Agenda for the morning: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PlhfxsmvPqYOTbd4pyt_zu1BJcY_VMl_2R0G0e_qUqo/edit?usp=sharingThe Future of Big Customer Data2013-11-21 10:15:00176  
John Kellden32,069Writing Google+ Posts2013-10-22 19:00:005  
John Kellden32,069*Conversation Community Hangout* @101010252943098026073 & @105258459084526036978 proudly presents: A meeting where we get to say Hi, and engage in a Q&A around: *Success: A remarkably simple business plan* *Add three things:* A. Awesomely magnificent team spirit B. Client who gives a damn C. Half-bad thingy with lots of potential *To these seventeen steps:* 1. Customer? ... 17. Next eminently doable steps? Let's see what 2c we can add in an hour. Welcome! JohnConversation Community2013-06-04 16:00:005  
Yifat Cohen77,792*What if you could get foreign clients from across the globe and truly become the world leader in your industry?* *LET'S WALK YOU THROUGH SETTING YOUR BUSINESS INTERNATIONALLY.* Let's face it - the internet has flatten the world and doing business internationally is not a matter of _Why_ it's a matter of _When_. *JUST THE FACTS, NO BS.* @105022622304839021971 lived and worked in 3 countries. She has over 14 years of professional experience in international sales and marketing, as well as cross-cultural, educational and technical training. Katya works with international clients on daily basis. She has and is living in an expat circle, so she speaks from her *real life experience.* She is a mum, a university lecturer in organizational behavior, entrepreneur, coach, consultant, wife, and *she doesn't do BS* - she has no time for that and neither do you! *GOT QUESTIONS FOR KATYA? LEAVE THEM IN THE COMMENTS AND WE'LL GET THEM ANSWERED.*  Katya Barry is an International Business and Expat Coach who helps establish relationships with foreign clients, expand businesses overseas and create the most of international experiences. She is known as Global Attitude Architect and all her work is based on her own personal and professional global experiences. She is an expat mum to two TCKs and runs her business on an international scale from her current home base in Germany. *Test drive Katya's expertise in her free mini Foreignation session www.katyabarry.com/foreignation*Just getting clients? That’s overrated.2013-04-25 18:00:4527  
Mick Fealty14,086Here's first slot to be finessed John... Game planning for Friday's digitallunch2013-02-20 21:00:002  

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2015-07-03 14:59:04 (29 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

We still need and want heroes. But their purpose has to change. Today’s heroes are those who are focused on creating more heroes. By +Reuven Gorsht 

Most reshares: 11

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2015-07-02 16:57:20 (16 comments, 11 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 11: White Jumpsuits

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced participant is secretly wearing a white jumpsuit."
@johnkellden

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Most plusones: 50

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2015-07-02 16:57:20 (16 comments, 11 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 11: White Jumpsuits

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced participant is secretly wearing a white jumpsuit."
@johnkellden

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2015-07-03 15:00:59 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Automatic for the People: Spouse Mode

So true, so true hahahaha VIA +victor garcia​ ;-)___Automatic for the People: Spouse Mode

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2015-07-03 15:00:00 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Collaborative Sensemaking

Fearing that our overreliance on an individual, heroic model of leadership will only continue to dampen the energy and creativity of people in our organizations and communities, this essay proposes a practice perspective of leadership based on a collaborative agency mobilized through engaged social interaction. After briefly reviewing the emerging practice tradition in leadership studies, the article turns to the inseparable connection between leadership and agency and discusses how structure may pacify but, under dialogic conditions, release agency. Acknowledging the cultural constraints against collaborative agency, the account affirms its potential realization through interpersonal interaction and sociality. Specific leadership activities associated with collaborative agency and their conditions are illustrated. The paper concludes by showing how the collaborative agentic model might produce a more sustainable future for our world while suggesting avenues for future research of a collective rather than a personal approach to leadership.___Zen of Small Tasks: Collaborative Sensemaking

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2015-07-03 14:59:04 (29 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Collaborative Sensemaking

We still need and want heroes. But their purpose has to change. Today’s heroes are those who are focused on creating more heroes. By +Reuven Gorsht ___Zen of Small Tasks: Collaborative Sensemaking

2015-07-03 11:18:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Creative Entanglement

Bringing Things to Life: Creative Entanglements in a World of Materials

Tim Ingold
University of Aberdeen
July 2010 

In his notebooks the painter Paul Klee repeatedly insisted, and demonstrated by example, that the processes of genesis and growth that give rise to forms in the world we inhabit are more important than the forms themselves. ‘Form is the end, death’, he wrote. ‘Form-giving is movement, action. Form-giving is life’ (Klee 1973: 269). This, in turn, lay at the heart of his celebrated ‘Creative Credo’ of 1920: ‘Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible’ (Klee 1961: 76). It does not, in other words, seek to replicate finished forms that are already settled, whether as images in the mind or as objects in the world. It seeks, rather, to join with those very forces that bring form into being. Thus the line grows from a point that has been set in motion, as the plant grows from its seed. Taking their cue from Klee, philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari argue that the essential relation, in a world of life, is not between matter and form, or between substance and attributes, but between materials and forces (Deleuze and Guattari 2004: 377). It is about the way in which materials of all sorts, with various and variable properties, and enlivened by the forces of the Cosmos, mix and meld with one another in the generation of things. And what they seek to overcome in their rhetoric is the lingering influence of a way of thinking about things, and about how they are made and used, that has been around in the western world for the past two millennia and more. It goes back to Aristotle.

To create any thing, Aristotle reasoned, you have to bring together form (morphe) and matter (hyle). In the subsequent history of western thought, this hylomorphic model of creation became ever more deeply embedded. But it also became increasingly unbalanced. Form came to be seen as imposed, by an agent with a particular end or goal in mind, while matter – thus rendered passive and inert – was that which was imposed upon.

The critical argument I wish to develop is that contemporary discussions in fields ranging from anthropology and archaeology to art history and material culture studies continue to reproduce the underlying assumptions of the hylomorphic model even as they seek to restore the balance between its terms. My ultimate aim, however, is to overthrow the model itself, and to replace it with an ontology that assigns primacy to processes of formation as against their final products, and to flows and transformations of materials as against states of matter. Form, to recall Klee’s words, is death; form-giving is life. My purpose, in short, is to restore to life a world that has been effectively killed off in the pronouncements of theorists for whom, in the words of one of their more prominent spokespersons, the road to understanding and empathy lies in ‘what people do with objects’ (Miller 1998: 19). ___Zen of Small Tasks: Creative Entanglement

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2015-07-03 11:17:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Habits

___Zen of Small Tasks: Habits

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2015-07-03 11:16:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Asking Questions

Updated section of my website - enjoy, and ask questions!___Zen of Small Tasks: Asking Questions

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2015-07-03 11:13:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Right outside Athos

#onthisday in 1807 (June 19 in Russian fashion), Vice-Admiral Dmitry Nikolayevich Senyavin decisively defeated a Turkish squadron in the Battle of Athos off Northern Greece during the first part of the Russo-Turkish War (1806 - 1812).

By the end of the 18th century, the Russian Empire had the world’s third largest navy at its command, even though Russian naval actions during the Age of Sail beyond the exploits of Peter the Great, who fathered the fleet upon his empire, are by and large forgotten or ignored. There were, however, some brilliantly fought and often consequential engagements and when Dmitry Senyavin set sail with a squadron of ten ships-of-the-line in St Petersburg in 1806 to help the British engage their former Turkish allies, the Russian Vice-Admiral proved to be a very capable commander as well as a skilled diplomatist. But read more on:

http://wunderkammertales.blogspot.de/2015/07/the-greatest-admiral-that-russia-had.html

Depicted below is Alexej Bogolubov (1824-1896) imagination of the climax of the Battle of Athos, the crucial naval battle of the Russo-Turkish War. 

#history   #europeanhistory   #militaryhistory   #napoleonicwars   #ageofsail  ___Life in the Village: Right outside Athos

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2015-07-02 19:45:09 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Lowercase Aficionados

Good Evening All Lowercase Aficionados___

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2015-07-02 17:13:35 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 12: Perceive, Direct, Pursue & Wend

"In a network, we perceive, direct, pursue and wend."
@johnkellden

Seven Bridges of Konigsberg
"By a metaphorical reading, the basic unit of the network is not the node or the link, but the loop. The Konigsberg bridge problem, as the prototypical network, is a problem of wending one’s way around a town, in a series of loops. Impulses, signals, fluids, and traffic flow around networks."
-- Richard Coyne   http://goo.gl/KvSHDH

Wend
To pursue or direct (one's way).

Power
"If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment."
-- Marcus Aurelius  

Network Society
"...its ability torecon... more »

21C, episode 12: Perceive, Direct, Pursue & Wend

"In a network, we perceive, direct, pursue and wend."
@johnkellden

Seven Bridges of Konigsberg
"By a metaphorical reading, the basic unit of the network is not the node or the link, but the loop. The Konigsberg bridge problem, as the prototypical network, is a problem of wending one’s way around a town, in a series of loops. Impulses, signals, fluids, and traffic flow around networks."
-- Richard Coyne   http://goo.gl/KvSHDH

Wend
To pursue or direct (one's way).

Power
"If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment."
-- Marcus Aurelius  

Network Society
"...its ability to reconfigure, a decisive feature in a society characterized by constant change and organizational fluidity."
-- Manuel Castells   http://goo.gl/KvSHDH

Image: Moebius    https://goo.gl/HNtnLH___

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2015-07-02 16:57:20 (16 comments, 11 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 11: White Jumpsuits

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced participant is secretly wearing a white jumpsuit."
@johnkellden

Image:   https://goo.gl/2x0J7g

21C, episode 11: White Jumpsuits

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced participant is secretly wearing a white jumpsuit."
@johnkellden

Image:   https://goo.gl/2x0J7g___

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2015-07-02 16:35:49 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Gaia: Beauty

Unfolding storylines.

Gaia: Beauty

Unfolding storylines.___

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2015-06-30 22:04:15 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Good Evening Fellow Patterners

Good Evening Fellow Patterners___

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2015-06-29 21:36:49 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Canola

I dreamed we met in a field of canola.

#canola   #field   #agriculture   #rapeseed   #yellow   #flower  ___Life in the Village: Canola

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2015-06-29 21:34:00 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Face Scratch

Progress.

Day 3

Today Shilo when Shilo woke up, although still unbalanced with his head slightly tilted, he gave me a lick and went looking for a face scratch; which is his usual morning routine before this particular nightmare began.

He was able to walk on his own in tiny bursts when we went outside, although he still reels randomly to one side, every few steps.

His spirit is very strong in there, as today he dismissed his dog food in favor of my ham sandwich, which is very him taking advantage... so i know he's feeling better ;)

Thanks everyone, from both of us, for all the support.

#ShiloPug #PugLove #Nort


To Learn More About Shilo's Story & Medical Fund, Visit http://gofund.me/ShiloPug___Life in the Village: Face Scratch

Progress.

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2015-06-29 21:31:55 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Web Aficionados

Samskeyti, Sigur Ros
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1cqn3UDmp4

Web of Lives 001 - Tullio - 2015___Good Evening All Web Aficionados

Samskeyti, Sigur Ros
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1cqn3UDmp4

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2015-06-28 21:30:03 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Lights & Motion Aficionados

Good Evening All Lights & Motion Aficionados___

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2015-06-27 17:48:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

Gaia: Sweden

Swedish Preciousness — at Lilla Bullerbyn, Järna, Sweden.

There is nothing, nothing that compares to a Swedish summer when you locate it's natural habitats and 'smultronställen'. Nothing.

___Gaia: Sweden

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2015-06-27 17:47:28 (19 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Education

"Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another." ~ Gilbert K. Chesterton

Do you agree? :)___Life in the Village: Education

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2015-06-26 21:45:28 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

Good Evening Dear Story Arc Traversers

Good Evening Dear Story Arc Traversers___

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2015-06-26 16:05:38 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Running in the Park

"In a network, your experience is a function of enactivity and immersion."
@johnkellden

#ad   #da   #signalnoise  

Life in the Village: Running in the Park

"In a network, your experience is a function of enactivity and immersion."
@johnkellden

#ad   #da   #signalnoise  ___

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2015-06-26 15:45:57 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Please Help Shilo

Hi Everyone. I'm Not Very Good At This, So I Will Just Say It. I Need Your Help. Shilo Is Sick.

I don't think I can handle writing it all out again, I'm just a mess as it is and can't make out the keyboard too much. If you have a second, please check out our GoFundMe Campaign, and share if you can. 

From the bottom of my heart, and his little self, thank-you so much for your time.

I will be sending an email to circles too, once I figure out how.

Thanks again.

#ShiloPug   #PugLove   #YYJ  ___Life in the Village: Please Help Shilo

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2015-06-24 18:09:11 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

Gaia: Greetings Fellow Sentient Beings!

Всем привет !

#природа #тюлень #beauty   #beautiful #animals    #cuteanimals   #amazing_moments   #nature #морские   #животные #funny
#animalphotography    ___Gaia: Greetings Fellow Sentient Beings!

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2015-06-24 18:08:00 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village: Lake Kaindy

Lake Kaindy
http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/kaindy-lake

Подводное собрание___Life in the Village: Lake Kaindy

Lake Kaindy
http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/kaindy-lake

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2015-06-24 16:42:06 (10 comments, 8 reshares, 39 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 10: Synergy

"In a network, we love to figure some thinks out and move forward."
@johnkellden

Synergy
"Behavior of wholes unpredicted by behavior of parts."
-- Buckminster Fuller    http://goo.gl/WIsZ0m

I will add slightly tweaked definitions here below (based on a slightly different grid) towards providing a bit of a wiggle room, between the old, increasingly obsolete coordinate systems, and the emerging 21C Topologies in which we will be better able to live, move and have our being.

The yellow tent in the below image, is exactly as cramped, and/or exactly as roomy and accomodating for up til 9 bn people, as our imagineering would have it.

The generative sequence:

behavior, imagineering, will(skillful, mindful), attention(fluid, discerning), behavior(adapt, exapt, adopt),pe... more »

21C, episode 10: Synergy

"In a network, we love to figure some thinks out and move forward."
@johnkellden

Synergy
"Behavior of wholes unpredicted by behavior of parts."
-- Buckminster Fuller    http://goo.gl/WIsZ0m

I will add slightly tweaked definitions here below (based on a slightly different grid) towards providing a bit of a wiggle room, between the old, increasingly obsolete coordinate systems, and the emerging 21C Topologies in which we will be better able to live, move and have our being.

The yellow tent in the below image, is exactly as cramped, and/or exactly as roomy and accomodating for up til 9 bn people, as our imagineering would have it.

The generative sequence:

behavior, imagineering, will(skillful, mindful), attention(fluid, discerning), behavior(adapt, exapt, adopt), performance(imagineering)

This movement can be mapped through a 2x2 (game)board.

All this is great fun to enact whilst immersed in an adventure, starting from a Base Camp, being part of a Team that successfully achieves a trek and a climb, arriving at the next tent, at C1.

Such an enaction is always and already an enaction of a different topology, a gridwalking.___

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2015-06-24 11:49:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

21C Design: Javascript

This could obviously go into 21C Workflow as well. From where I sit, workflow is more about all those moments of interestingness, which are difficult to code.

How can you become a great #JavaScript developer? Totally digging this post - I would agree with a lot said here. Whilst this is aimed at JS, the teachings go beyond any one language though so is a good read no matter what your programming preference. http://blog.ustunozgur.com/javascript/programming/books/videos/2015/06/17/how_to_be_a_great_javascript_software_developer.html___21C Design: Javascript

This could obviously go into 21C Workflow as well. From where I sit, workflow is more about all those moments of interestingness, which are difficult to code.

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2015-06-24 10:16:11 (14 comments, 2 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

21C Platforms: Google+

"In a network, graphs co-evolve with both literacies and processes."
@johnkellden

Great distillation in OP by +Peter Hatherley 

Google+, through it's set of connected Shared Interest Graphs, is an Insights Affordance.

Musical sense-making and the concept of affordance: an ecosemiotic and experiential approach
https://goo.gl/t9uTZp

CISE results for •Google Plus*
Our new drill-down algorithms trawled through Google's G+ website and other leading websites such as the Wikipedia description.

This confirms the power of CISE to effectively produce precise ontologies from big data

It isolated these major conceptual factors in order of preference.

1. Technologies
2. Relationships
3. Demographics
4. Descriptions
5. Comprehensive
6. Watching
7. Responsibility
8. Significantly
9. Replacement
10. Government
11. Authorship
12. Photography
13. Supporting
14. Insights

#watchingthewatchers  ___21C Platforms: Google+

"In a network, graphs co-evolve with both literacies and processes."
@johnkellden

Great distillation in OP by +Peter Hatherley 

Google+, through it's set of connected Shared Interest Graphs, is an Insights Affordance.

Musical sense-making and the concept of affordance: an ecosemiotic and experiential approach
https://goo.gl/t9uTZp

2015-06-24 10:09:01 (13 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

21C Literacies: Conversations About Learning

"In a network, social learning is what provides the patterns that connect between marketing and organizing."
@johnkellden


"Ted, you must be an excellent teacher."

"Way more learning happens in the coffee room than the classroom, but firms continue to spend way more on formal training than informal learning."
-- Denham Grey     http://goo.gl/WC3Gqb

21C Literacies: Conversations About Learning

"In a network, social learning is what provides the patterns that connect between marketing and organizing."
@johnkellden


"Ted, you must be an excellent teacher."

"Way more learning happens in the coffee room than the classroom, but firms continue to spend way more on formal training than informal learning."
-- Denham Grey     http://goo.gl/WC3Gqb___

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2015-06-22 18:14:50 (8 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village, episode 275: Manne Leam Frijje

Life in the Village, episode 275: Manne Leam Frijje___

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2015-06-22 18:10:53 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Good Afternoon All Playlist Aficionados

___Good Afternoon All Playlist Aficionados

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2015-06-22 09:39:59 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Visual Storytelling: Princess Mononoke

Eve's drawing forest spirits and consists herself Princess Mononoke ___Visual Storytelling: Princess Mononoke

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2015-06-22 09:35:43 (3 comments, 4 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

Play: Brain Activity

___Play: Brain Activity

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2015-06-21 21:33:44 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

Good Evening Dear Googleverse Netizens

Good Evening Dear Googleverse Netizens___

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2015-06-20 18:02:54 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Emergents

Emergence of Thought - Tullio - 2015___Good Evening All Emergents

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2015-06-19 12:40:37 (1 comments, 10 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 9: Thrivable Thinking

"In a network, we are learning how to think in ways that co-evolve with the stories we enact."
@johnkellden


21C Thinking: Semiosphere Slingshots
"Kalevi Kull argues that this suggestion is not consistent with the nature of semiosis which can only be a product of the behaviour of the organisms in the environment. It is the organisms that create the signs which become the constituent parts of the semiosphere. This is not an adaptation to the existing environment, but the continuous creation of a new environment."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semiosphere


Thrivability
+jean russell  +Irma Wilson  +Michel Bauwens  +Finn Jackson 


21C Enactivity: Storytelling
"The reason why story is so important to us is because it's actually thisthi... more »

21C, episode 9: Thrivable Thinking

"In a network, we are learning how to think in ways that co-evolve with the stories we enact."
@johnkellden


21C Thinking: Semiosphere Slingshots
"Kalevi Kull argues that this suggestion is not consistent with the nature of semiosis which can only be a product of the behaviour of the organisms in the environment. It is the organisms that create the signs which become the constituent parts of the semiosphere. This is not an adaptation to the existing environment, but the continuous creation of a new environment."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semiosphere


Thrivability
+jean russell  +Irma Wilson  +Michel Bauwens  +Finn Jackson 


21C Enactivity: Storytelling
"The reason why story is so important to us is because it's actually this thing we have been using since the dawn of humanity to become more than just one person."
-- Neil Gaiman   via  +Maria Popova   http://goo.gl/qg7h3P


"In a network, the best way to story knowledge is together with other people."
@johnkellden


Image:  +Joachim Stroh    https://goo.gl/XSGFKi___

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2015-06-18 14:36:45 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Visual Storytelling: Meraki

''One person with passion is better than forty people merely interested.'' #career #success #quotes___Visual Storytelling: Meraki

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2015-06-18 13:40:05 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 29 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 8: Conversation Community

"In a network, some thinks make time."
@johnkellden

The Conversation Community is not a traditional online community, nor a typical Google+ Community. It has always been an ongoing Community Intelligence Interactive Cartography - a 21C Roadmapping.

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced content is indistinguishable from interactive, participatory sensemaking."
@johnkellden

We made it? What happened? We happened
It's just that we've yet to cocreate a simple enough 21C Folksonomy, which means that there isn't a legend for the 21C Roadmap yet. The topic is there though. All the other topics with 21C in their titles, can be seen as a wireframe of an Interactive, Participatory Sensemaking.

How to traverse the map, as well as how to ongoingly realign between... more »

21C, episode 8: Conversation Community

"In a network, some thinks make time."
@johnkellden

The Conversation Community is not a traditional online community, nor a typical Google+ Community. It has always been an ongoing Community Intelligence Interactive Cartography - a 21C Roadmapping.

"In a network, any sufficiently advanced content is indistinguishable from interactive, participatory sensemaking."
@johnkellden

We made it? What happened? We happened
It's just that we've yet to cocreate a simple enough 21C Folksonomy, which means that there isn't a legend for the 21C Roadmap yet. The topic is there though. All the other topics with 21C in their titles, can be seen as a wireframe of an Interactive, Participatory Sensemaking.

How to traverse the map, as well as how to ongoingly realign between map and territory, that part we've already got:

add considered, considerate comments on other people's posts

This is the one and only rule in the Conversation Community - All other rules can be derived from the generativity implied in our intention when posting and commenting and our holding space enabling our engaging with others.

scenius = social field x generativity x pulse

Scenius applied: Audience turned cocreators of value
Scenius is here defined as both the performing vector of collective intelligence, as well as the constellation of group genius, in service to an audience.
Each week, the community intelligence is hard at work through the social field nurtured by the posts we share and the comments we gift, and it is also very noticeable when I select and curate members posts into the Monday Magazine.
( now renamed as the 21C Transition Magazine https://goo.gl/hQUJJ5 ).

21C Multipass
Each weekly magazine, in G+, in FB, in Medium..., can be seen as a collective intelligence and community intelligence access card. A Scenius Library card, if you will.

Why are we participating in people-centric networks?

Why do we need a multipass? Why are we searching, sharing, curating,  engaging in networks? I believe one of the reasons is, we're developing a network-centric language, including a 21C glossary.

21C Glossary
Once we have a glossary, a folksonomy, and a sufficiently shared and shareable understanding, we will be able to

-  save time
-  make time
-  sculpt spacetime

Saving the world wild web one catgif at a time
We will also begin to coordinate our efforts, turning the networks into valuewebs, predicated on knowledge flows, above and beyond, yet also including, data aggregation and content marketing.

21C Renga: A Generative Sequence of Adjacent Possibles
The Conversation Community started in Nov 2012 with a small group of people in Google+. In Feb 2015, it had grown to more than a thousand members and spawned an adjacent possible, a Conversation Community in Facebook. These two places are waystations, towards us happening an ecosystem of distributed platforms.

Among the Conversation Community moderators are two of the bestest people on the planet: +Pam WhimsicalVintage & +Margaret Siemers   :::bowing:::

All of this, happens in

Space
"Digital, the human-to-human frontier. These are the conversations of the Conversation Community. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new words, to seek out new life, new metalogue and transitions to new thriving civilizations, to boldly wayfind where no individual human ken has gone before."

and

Time
“If we develop our collective imagination as if it is our core 21C Literacy, we will make it. Otherwise we will not.”
@johnkellden
http://www.sceenius.com/tour/rain/

:::gratitude:::
+Lynn Keller    https://goo.gl/fXyVnI
+Joe Raimondo  https://goo.gl/khgKdX
+Ron Scroggin https://goo.gl/oCHqlw
+Joachim Stroh https://goo.gl/gLghCn
+Mick Fealty https://goo.gl/MlWpXW
+David Amerland https://goo.gl/PFH2cv
+Zara Altair https://goo.gl/Etkmox
+Jan Friman https://goo.gl/EZBT44

There's many more fantabulous people, both in CCG+ and CCFB, you know who you are - you are each and everyone adding your own unique part of our cocreating a future we'd love to leave as legacy to our grandchildren. My deepest thanks.

Image:   https://goo.gl/N6xRCL___

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2015-06-18 06:24:33 (12 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

21C Literacies: Conceptual Intelligence

"In a network, conceptual intelligence provides better options."
@johnkellden

Concept
"Basic unit of thought."
-- +Zara Altair

Zara did a great curation of a recent HoA [https://goo.gl/8J8oPM] part of an ongoing conversation with +David Amerland +Teodora Petkova +Peter Hatherley +Manuel Saint-Victor & me.

Peter followed up with this great find:

Threshold Concepts: Portals to New Ways of Thinking
"A threshold concept can be considered as akin to a portal, opening up a new and previously inaccessible way of thinking about something."
-- Meyer, J. and Land, R     http://goo.gl/Iz6SyV

One of the many connecting-the-dots in the article, is how boundaries relates to edges - and how they enable generativity. My own generativeseq... more »

21C Literacies: Conceptual Intelligence

"In a network, conceptual intelligence provides better options."
@johnkellden

Concept
"Basic unit of thought."
-- +Zara Altair

Zara did a great curation of a recent HoA [https://goo.gl/8J8oPM] part of an ongoing conversation with +David Amerland +Teodora Petkova +Peter Hatherley +Manuel Saint-Victor & me.

Peter followed up with this great find:

Threshold Concepts: Portals to New Ways of Thinking
"A threshold concept can be considered as akin to a portal, opening up a new and previously inaccessible way of thinking about something."
-- Meyer, J. and Land, R     http://goo.gl/Iz6SyV

One of the many connecting-the-dots in the article, is how boundaries relates to edges - and how they enable generativity. My own generative sequence riff:

transform, transition, integrate, define, understand

Around which, a set of dynamic boundaries:

resilience, reach, resonance, reflexivity, resilience

With the concepts you are already familiar with, you are able to progress through the first set, mindful of what boundaries you encounter.

Conceptual Intelligence Applied: Adapt, Move, Adopt
Now and zen, you reach thresholds. You need to adapt to new circumstances, move somewhere else (metaphorically and literally) and adopt a new set of concepts, making for different, better practice.___

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2015-06-17 18:38:00 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

21C Community: Social Learning

Intriguing: a large part of human behavior is the result of cultural inertia, rather than diversity of environments, and this may be good because it allows for accumulation of knowledge, but I wonder how good this is as we move from a linear to an exponential world___21C Community: Social Learning

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2015-06-17 18:35:39 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

Good Afternoon Dear Googleverse Netizens

To all my 31 864 followers, for all my 10 363 939 views,

#gratitude   

Image:  Michael Wolgensinger  https://goo.gl/qaw4FZ

Good Afternoon Dear Googleverse Netizens

To all my 31 864 followers, for all my 10 363 939 views,

#gratitude   

Image:  Michael Wolgensinger  https://goo.gl/qaw4FZ___

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2015-06-17 13:17:25 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Life in the Village, episode 274: वैश्विक समुदाय

सच्चाई सबैले एकपल्ट सुन्नुहोस
-- +Pasang Sherpa 

Life in the Village, episode 274: वैश्विक समुदाय

सच्चाई सबैले एकपल्ट सुन्नुहोस
-- +Pasang Sherpa ___

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2015-06-17 10:33:54 (1 comments, 7 reshares, 40 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 7: Journeys

"In a network, we rediscover our analog and digital selves and re-enact the sacred in the midst of our own extraordinary experiences."
@johnkellden


Secret Journey    https://goo.gl/fFeX7P
You will see light in the darkness
You will make some sense of this


Ghost in the Machine    https://goo.gl/UDri3i

"...as the human brain evolved, it retained and built upon earlier, more primitive brain structures."


“The principal mark of genius is not perfection but originality, the opening of new frontiers.”
-- Arthur Koestler


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21C, episode 7: Journeys

"In a network, we rediscover our analog and digital selves and re-enact the sacred in the midst of our own extraordinary experiences."
@johnkellden


Secret Journey    https://goo.gl/fFeX7P
You will see light in the darkness
You will make some sense of this


Ghost in the Machine    https://goo.gl/UDri3i

"...as the human brain evolved, it retained and built upon earlier, more primitive brain structures."


“The principal mark of genius is not perfection but originality, the opening of new frontiers.”
-- Arthur Koestler


Image:   https://goo.gl/D4LHqG___

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2015-06-17 05:55:51 (8 comments, 3 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

21C Literacies: Learn to learn

Great conversation in OP.

Peer Instruction and the Curse of Knowledge

This is a great explanation of peer instruction by Harvard physics professor, Eric Mazur. He tells the story of what a great lecturer he was early on in his career, and how, one day after reading about some research, his world came crashing down. What he learned from that research was that students in the southwest U.S. tended not to remember anything from their physics classes. 

Mazur then explains how, by accident, he stumbled onto a new approach to teaching, something that he and others call peer instruction. One of the key insights was that students were simply memorizing 'recipes' that were useful on tests, but never really seep into the level of deeper understanding.

The problem, he notes, centers on what Steven Pinker calls "the curse of knowledge" - the tendency for those who've long mastered a topic to forget what is actually hard to understand the topic when approaching it for the first time. It's much easier for someone who's just recently learned the topic to explain it to someone else who's just learning it for the first time. 

Mazur is a good storyteller, and by listening to this 13-minute video, you'll come away with a solid understanding of peer instruction and the concrete steps that Mazur uses in his classroom at Harvard to put it to work. Great stuff. 

#learning   #knowledge   #understanding   #teaching  

cc: +George Station +Laura Gibbs ___21C Literacies: Learn to learn

Great conversation in OP.

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2015-06-16 21:37:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Sound Aficionados

Good Evening All Sound Aficionados___

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2015-06-13 09:11:11 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 6: Learning

"In a network, the social field, the Ba, co-evolves with our learning. We happen, and the field enact us in return."
@johnkellden

One Hour Done Well
The only thing you need to do when it comes to learning, is rewarding yourself when you've done one hour of something, and done it well.

How would I know?
How would you know? How would you know you are performing a generative assessment and review?

1. You've added one infinitesimally small drop of blood to your work - you've poured meraki into it.
2. You've experienced discomfort, from those behaviors you've kept that no longer serves.
3. You've experienced confusion when letting go of your attachment to the underlying values, beliefs that reinforce your obsolete behavior.
4. You've experienced a beginning... more »

21C, episode 6: Learning

"In a network, the social field, the Ba, co-evolves with our learning. We happen, and the field enact us in return."
@johnkellden

One Hour Done Well
The only thing you need to do when it comes to learning, is rewarding yourself when you've done one hour of something, and done it well.

How would I know?
How would you know? How would you know you are performing a generative assessment and review?

1. You've added one infinitesimally small drop of blood to your work - you've poured meraki into it.
2. You've experienced discomfort, from those behaviors you've kept that no longer serves.
3. You've experienced confusion when letting go of your attachment to the underlying values, beliefs that reinforce your obsolete behavior.
4. You've experienced a beginning buzz and rush and exhilaration and awe - you are beginning to feel excitement about your own potential, unfolding.
5. You've shared select parts of your process with others.

Ten Thousand Hours
Trust your intuition AND your rational discernment. Your intuition provides your next step on your path, and your discernment brings virtue. Combining them, your own flow, your own Tao. It is always there in the here and now - it's just that we can never properly name it in advance, and we can only understand it in retrospect.

Pronoid Conspiracy
The Universe, via her Proxy, Gaia, loves you. Since we are considerably much smaller and more fragile - we need to go slowly, allowing Gaia to court us for at least ten thousand hours, until we have figured out who we are and what we are doing here.

Seven Years Worth of Gifts
The Pronoid Conspiracy includes two gifts:

-  a voucher to be redeemed by giving it your best, your all - meraki

-  an overnight success, after seven years of grit

Fifty Shades of Learning
At least. Choose your own modalities wisely:

formal, informal, traditional, connectivist, academic, social, hierarchical, network, planned, situational...


#21C   #21CLearning   #Meraki   #Pronoia   #Modalities  

Image: Moebius     https://goo.gl/rWpkVY___

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2015-06-13 07:52:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

21C Community: On Wells, Bridges & Lighthouses

"In a network, community is the worthwhile dilemma."
@johnkellden


Cathal Ó Searcaigh:
http://goo.gl/vxEHi

‘Is doiligh tobar a aimsiú faoi láthair,’
arsa Bríd, ag líonadh an bhabhla athuair.
‘Tá siad folaithe i bhfeagacha agus i bhféar,
tachtaithe ag caileannógach agus cuiscreach,
ach in ainneoin na neamhairde go léir
níor chaill siad a dhath den tseanmhianach.
Aimsigh do thobar féin, a chroí,
óir tá am an anáis romhainn amach:
Caithfear pilleadh arís ar na foinsí.’

'Tis hard to find a well nowdays',
says Bridget filling the bowl again.
‘They’re hidden in rushes and grass,
choked by green scum and ferns,
but, despite the neglect,
they’ve lost none of their true mettle.
Seekout your own well, my dear,... more »

21C Community: On Wells, Bridges & Lighthouses

"In a network, community is the worthwhile dilemma."
@johnkellden


Cathal Ó Searcaigh:
http://goo.gl/vxEHi

‘Is doiligh tobar a aimsiú faoi láthair,’
arsa Bríd, ag líonadh an bhabhla athuair.
‘Tá siad folaithe i bhfeagacha agus i bhféar,
tachtaithe ag caileannógach agus cuiscreach,
ach in ainneoin na neamhairde go léir
níor chaill siad a dhath den tseanmhianach.
Aimsigh do thobar féin, a chroí,
óir tá am an anáis romhainn amach:
Caithfear pilleadh arís ar na foinsí.’

'Tis hard to find a well nowdays',
says Bridget filling the bowl again.
‘They’re hidden in rushes and grass,
choked by green scum and ferns,
but, despite the neglect,
they’ve lost none of their true mettle.
Seek out your own well, my dear,
for the age of want is near:
There will have to be a going back to sources.’


If the 21C will see us bridge from old, obsolete narratives, reaching out to the other at the other side - we will have to adress all the dimensions of risk for the baby in our arms, as well as pouring the old, funny-smelling bathwater over the side, allowing it to be swept away by the river, clear to the sea.


21C: Five dimensions of risk that needs to be adressed
A too institutionalized response to the current atomization among a wide spectrum of the constituency, is not only insufficient, it risks dead-ending almost all policies before they even can begin to be implemented.


1. Fragmentation, atomisation
https://goo.gl/B9jVi

Solution: offering governance dialogue spaces, nurturing meaningful grassroots connectivity through anecdotes, stories and narrative.


2. All policies are symptoms of larger issues
Large, top-down, technocratically perfect, agency-spun policies - fail.

Solution: small steps, building on the first point.


3. There's no, one, definitive formulation of policy

Solution: sufficiently inclusive (digital, social) discourse and networking, annealing policy formulation capability (aka less clueless crap) and enabling different, quicker and more responsive policy updates.


4. Every issue is unique
Water as one example issue, will not be resolved until the unique challenges and the unique opportunities are sufficiently explored.

Solution: local stakeholder dialogue, towards developing listening capability, towards rich and diverse context, towards shared understanding what works.


5. Governance is continuous redesign
Entrenched, polarized, polarizing positions is synonymous with not being in charge, not assuming responsibility, not properly assuming office.

Solution: The essential measure of governance and opposition is metalogue - where the opposition is charged with keeping the discourse vibrant, relevant and convivial and everyone is charged with keeping an honest course.


Generative Review
What if we believe?


The sail is an ear, the mast a sloping pen,
the hull a mouth-shape, the keel an open eye

...

No porters. No interpreter. No taxi.
You carried your own burden and very soon
your symptoms of creeping privilege disappeared.
-- Seamus Heaney    http://goo.gl/Sw4ap7


cc +Mick Fealty 

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2015-06-13 07:17:15 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

21C Storytelling: Rebel Jam

___21C Storytelling: Rebel Jam

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2015-06-12 20:45:55 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Fellow Spacetime Travellers

Good Evening All Fellow Spacetime Travellers___

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2015-06-11 20:57:23 (3 comments, 2 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

Good Evening All Gaia Villagers

Burunsi girl, Burkina Faso.___Good Evening All Gaia Villagers

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2015-06-11 19:01:49 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

21C Storytelling: Return on Intuition

"Hifive was born in a bathroom."
-- +christine hauer you 

21C Storytelling: Return on Intuition

"Hifive was born in a bathroom."
-- +christine hauer you ___

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2015-06-11 09:41:05 (13 comments, 3 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

21C, episode 5: Happiness

"In a network, it is never too late remembering becoming happy."
@johnkellden

"Singular focus on the in-the-moment interaction a customer has with a brand means companies are missing moments when engagement might be more exciting and compelling for consumers: before and after the interaction. Happiness researchers find that upwards of half of someone’s happiness is built in moments of anticipation and remembering. Happiness is as much about how we look forward to and look back on an event as it is about the event itself."
-- Randall Stone and Dan Clay    http://goo.gl/aakwNq

In a network, joy resides one small yet significant and necessary move beyond, yet also including, price.

The Pricing of Everything
"As Lakoff has pointed out, these people are trying to do the right thing butthey... more »

21C, episode 5: Happiness

"In a network, it is never too late remembering becoming happy."
@johnkellden

"Singular focus on the in-the-moment interaction a customer has with a brand means companies are missing moments when engagement might be more exciting and compelling for consumers: before and after the interaction. Happiness researchers find that upwards of half of someone’s happiness is built in moments of anticipation and remembering. Happiness is as much about how we look forward to and look back on an event as it is about the event itself."
-- Randall Stone and Dan Clay    http://goo.gl/aakwNq

In a network, joy resides one small yet significant and necessary move beyond, yet also including, price.

The Pricing of Everything
"As Lakoff has pointed out, these people are trying to do the right thing but they are completely failing to apply a frames analysis. A frame is a mental structure through which you understand an issue. Instead of framing the issue with our own values and describing and projecting our values – which is the only thing in the medium- to long-term that ever works – we are abandoning them and adopting instead the values of the people who are wrecking the environment. How could there be any long-term outcome other than more destruction?"
-- +George Monbiot     http://goo.gl/jIuiGD

Hacking Ontology is moving from Happiness to Joy

"A different spin on the future of humanity."
-- +Jason Silva    ht  +Joachim Stroh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ2rJC6pbGI

Image: Nicholas Roerich    https://goo.gl/L0gHrJ___

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