sheri at speakeasy.net
Thu Jan 25 19:32:31 PST 2007
greetings and welcome mamading!
i like your david brower quote. it reminds me of something paul
hawken said at his 2006 bioneers talk (which i have made a transcript
of or you can watch it online if you are interested) about the finite
vs. the infinite game. the finite game is where we play and we have
winners and losers....the infinite game is the one nature plays and
we're learning to play with adaptive learning and self-organizing, etc.
josef, i completely understand about the disappointment that the
chaordic commons didn't go very far. that would be an interesting
case study to see what happened when there was so much promise and so
many of the conditions were in place to see it scale. sometimes the
prototype is too soon and the initial group catalyzing it fall off
and the timing isn't right. i have heard a few stories in the past
years but none stuck.
other allies in the work of building networks - emergingfutures.net.
On Jan 25, 2007, at 5:16 PM, Mamading Ceesay wrote:
> On 26/01/07, Josef Davies-Coates <josef at uniteddiversity.com> wrote:
>> Best thing to come of it for me was meeting fellow url junkie
>> Ceesay, aka evangineer.
>> We connected after he saw an archived post I made on one of their
>> tech lists
>> suggesting they the use zope to build
>> I'm glad to say evangineer has just joined this list :)
> Thank you for the kind and generous introduction.
> Hi everyone, I hope I can contribute something to the list.
> Mamading Ceesay
> There is no business to be done on a dead planet
> — David Brower
> Another world is here - http://www.worldchanging.com/
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