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    1. Doing free work for a company to make THEIR place a better one, only because you were gamed into doing that. The solution is never contribute to anything that is controlled by private company.
  2. Apr 2024
    1. Free online materials: 21% of adults with children are awareof free online books or stories or mobile story apps. The mostwell known online initiative is Nal'ibali, which is also the most used(13% of adults with children are aware and 4% have used it atleast once), followed by the National Education Collaboration Trust(NECT) (7% aware and 3% used at least once)
  3. Mar 2024
    1. Résumé de la Vidéo

      La vidéo présente une conférence sur les troubles des conduites alimentaires, leur compréhension et leur traitement. La conférencière, Nathalie, discute de la complexité de ces troubles, souvent mal compris par les psychiatres et les médecins somaticiens. Elle souligne l'importance de la recherche clinique et de l'évolution des connaissances sur ces 20 dernières années. Nathalie encourage également les étudiants en médecine à choisir la psychiatrie, une discipline qui sauve des vies.

      Points Forts: 1. Introduction et complexité des troubles alimentaires [00:00:19][^1^][1] * Présentation de Nathalie et du sujet * Difficulté de compréhension des troubles * Importance de la recherche clinique 2. Rôle de l'alimentation et régulation du comportement alimentaire [00:02:26][^2^][2] * Alimentation comme besoin vital et plaisir * Régulation par le système nerveux central * Influence de la génétique et des facteurs environnementaux 3. Impact du stress et de l'anxiété sur l'alimentation [00:04:32][^3^][3] * Variabilité de la réponse alimentaire au stress * Lien entre stress, anxiété, émotions négatives et troubles alimentaires * Importance de la prévention et de l'intervention précoce 4. Classification et compréhension des troubles des conduites alimentaires [00:07:56][^4^][4] * Définition et types de troubles alimentaires * Distinction entre l'obésité et les troubles alimentaires * Évolution des connaissances et des traitements 5. Conséquences et traitement des troubles alimentaires [00:13:40][^5^][5] * Morbidité somatique et psychiatrique * Importance d'une intervention précoce et adaptée * Développement de filières de soins spécialisées Résumé de la vidéo

      La vidéo aborde les troubles alimentaires, en particulier la boulimie, l'hyperphagie boulimique et l'anorexie mentale. Elle souligne l'importance d'une approche multidisciplinaire pour le traitement et la prévention de ces troubles. Le modèle biopsychosocial est présenté comme essentiel pour comprendre et traiter les troubles alimentaires, en tenant compte des facteurs génétiques, environnementaux et psychologiques.

      Points forts : 1. Boulimie et hyperphagie boulimique [00:20:53][^1^][1] * Fréquence des crises de boulimie * Absence de stratégie de contrôle de poids * Lien avec l'obésité et complications somatiques 2. Anorexie mentale [00:22:06][^2^][2] * Moins fréquent mais plus mortel * Touche principalement les jeunes femmes * Risque suicidaire et complications somatiques 3. Prévalence des troubles alimentaires [00:22:42][^3^][3] * 5 à 10 % de la population touchée * 900 000 personnes souffrent de troubles sévères en France * Importance du repérage précoce et de la prise en charge 4. Approche multidisciplinaire [00:25:01][^4^][4] * Nécessité d'une collaboration entre professionnels de santé * Importance de la formation et de la destigmatisation * Développement de filières de soins spécialisés 5. Traitement et prévention [00:29:50][^5^][5] * Suivi somatique et nutritionnel * Psychothérapie et médication adaptée * Importance de la transition entre l'adolescence et l'âge adulte 6. Impact social et culturel [00:37:24][^6^][6] * Influence de la culture et de la société sur les troubles * Nécessité de travailler avec sociologues et anthropologues * Approches adaptées à la diversité culturelle Résumé de la vidéo

      La vidéo aborde la psychologie de l'alimentation et son lien avec les troubles alimentaires. Elle explique comment les processus psychologiques tels que la récompense, l'inhibition et l'interoception influencent les choix alimentaires et l'apport alimentaire. La présentation souligne que ces processus peuvent être perturbés, menant à des comportements alimentaires désordonnés, qui peuvent varier de légers écarts par rapport à la normale à des troubles alimentaires cliniquement diagnostiqués. L'obésité et les troubles du spectre de la boulimie sont associés à une faible maîtrise cognitive et à une forte réactivité aux récompenses alimentaires, tandis que les troubles restrictifs comme l'anorexie nerveuse montrent le contraire.

      Points saillants : 1. Processus psychologiques et alimentation [00:43:00][^1^][1] * Importance des processus de récompense, d'inhibition et d'interoception * Impact sur l'apport alimentaire et les choix alimentaires * Perturbation menant à des troubles alimentaires 2. Troubles alimentaires et obésité [00:44:00][^2^][2] * Prévalence élevée des troubles alimentaires * Liens avec l'obésité et les troubles alimentaires diagnostiqués * Effets sur la qualité de vie et la mortalité 3. Contrôle de l'appétit et récompense alimentaire [00:50:01][^3^][3] * Rôle des signaux homéostatiques et des processus psychologiques * Distinction entre aimer et vouloir de la nourriture * Variabilité de la réactivité aux récompenses alimentaires 4. Contrôle cognitif et troubles alimentaires [00:58:18][^4^][4] * Importance du contrôle cognitif dans les comportements alimentaires * Faible contrôle cognitif lié à la suralimentation et à la boulimie * Contrôle cognitif accru dans les troubles restrictifs 5. Interoception et troubles alimentaires [01:05:23][^5^][5] * Sensibilité aux signaux corporels de faim et de satiété * Rôle de l'insula dans l'intégration des signaux interoceptifs * Variabilité de l'interoception dans les troubles alimentaires

    1. Monarch Money recognizes that every couple has unique financial management styles. It offers users the flexibility to select which accounts and transactions should be included in the shared household overview, accommodating different preferences and needs.
    2. Yes, Monarch Money allows couples to view accounts and transactions of each other. It allows the invitation of additional household members to join. Each member receives their own login while gaining visibility into the collective household finances.
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    1. Invite a partner or financial advisor to collaborate at no extra cost. They'll get their own login, and you'll both get a shared view of what's happening with your money.
  5. Feb 2024
    1. 'idée des écoles promotrices de santé c'est justement de s'appuyer sur le concept de 00:30:33 promotion de la santé et d'avoir cette approche globale de la santé donc globale du bien-être et donc de dire que certes l'école est un maillon fort est un maillon indispensable mais que ce n'est pas le seul et que ça va être dans 00:30:45 le partenariat avec les parents avec les décideurs publics les mairies notamment pour les écoles mais les régions et les départements pour les lycées et les collèges il va falloir travailler il va falloir qu'on travaille tous ensemble
    1. Résumé de la vidéo de [00:00:00][^1^][1] à [00:27:10][^2^][2] :

      Cette vidéo présente une conférence de Madame Rollande Deslandes, docteur en psychopédagogie et professeur émérite à l'Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, sur le thème de la collaboration école-famille-communauté. Elle aborde les concepts, les modèles, les facteurs et les pratiques qui influencent les relations entre ces trois sphères, ainsi que les défis et les enjeux qui se posent pour favoriser une collaboration efficace et positive.

      Points saillants : + [00:00:34][^3^][3] Le style parental et l'engagement des familles * Les dimensions de l'engagement, de la supervision et de l'encouragement à l'autonomie * Les facteurs liés à la structure, à la taille, à la scolarité, au statut socioéconomique et à l'origine ethnique des familles * Les croyances, les perceptions, les représentations et les pratiques des familles + [00:06:38][^4^][4] Le modèle de l'influence partagée de Joyce Epstein * Les trois sphères de l'école, de la famille et de la communauté qui s'interceptent à différents degrés * Les six types de pratiques de collaboration : le parent éducateur, la communication, le bénévolat, l'apprentissage à la maison, la prise de décision et la collaboration avec la communauté * Les forces qui influencent les relations entre les sphères : l'âge, le niveau scolaire, les caractéristiques, les croyances et les pratiques + [00:13:54][^5^][5] Le modèle du processus de participation parentale de Hoover-Dempsey et Sandler * Les facteurs qui déterminent la décision des parents de participer à la maison ou à l'école : la compréhension du rôle parental, le sentiment de compétence et les invitations * Les facteurs qui modèrent la participation parentale : les connaissances, les habiletés, le temps, l'énergie et la culture familiale * Les facteurs qui influencent les résultats de la participation parentale : les pratiques parentales, les pratiques scolaires et les facteurs environnementaux + [00:19:31][^6^][6] Le modèle intégrateur des facteurs et des processus de la collaboration école-famille * Un modèle qui synthétise les travaux de recherche réalisés sur les facteurs associés aux parents, aux familles, aux jeunes, à l'école et aux enseignants * Un modèle qui illustre la complexité de la collaboration école-famille et qui peut être utilisé comme un outil d'analyse et d'amélioration des pratiques * Un modèle qui est en constante évolution en fonction des connaissances et des contextes actuels

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:00][^1^][1] - [01:45:29][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo est la deuxième partie d'un colloque organisé par le laboratoire LAVUE sur le thème des paysages alimentaires conviviaux. Elle présente les expériences et les réflexions de quatre intervenants qui s'inscrivent dans une démarche d'activisme et de recherche-action autour de l'alimentation, du paysage et de la convivialité. Ils abordent des sujets tels que les ateliers de cuisine de rue, le jardinage urbain, le pastoralisme en ville et le stockage alimentaire domestique.

      Points forts: + [00:00:00][^3^][3] Introduction de la séance par Raoul * Présente le titre et le thème de la séance * Annonce les quatre intervenants et leurs sujets + [00:01:50][^4^][4] Intervention de Julie Lequin sur les ateliers de cuisine de rue * Présente son parcours et son travail à la SCOP salutaire * Explique le concept et les objectifs des ateliers de cuisine de rue * Analyse les pratiques alimentaires durables des personnes modestes + [00:17:05][^5^][5] Intervention de Mathilde sur le pastoralisme en ville * Présente son parcours et son projet de bergerie urbaine * Raconte ses expériences et ses difficultés avec les moutons * Interroge le rapport à la viande et à l'agriculture + [00:29:20][^6^][6] Intervention de Téralim sur les circuits courts et les paysages alimentaires * Présente son parcours et son travail au bureau d'étude Téralim * Explique sa thèse sur les circuits courts alimentaires * Présente les résultats de son enquête sur les paysages alimentaires + [00:41:17][^7^][7] Intervention de Raoul sur le stockage alimentaire domestique * Présente son parcours et son travail au laboratoire LAVUE * Explique son projet de recherche sur le stockage alimentaire * Présente les résultats de son enquête sur les pratiques de stockage + [01:21:15][^8^][8] Discussion et échanges avec le public * Répond aux questions et aux commentaires du public * Développe des pistes de réflexion et d'action * Conclut la séance et remercie les participants

    1. Résumé de la vidéo [00:00:00][^1^][1] - [01:16:00][^2^][2] :

      Cette vidéo est une conférence organisée par l'Institut d'études avancées de Nantes sur le thème "Le Bien Commun, clé juridique du monde qui vient ?". Elle réunit quatre intervenants qui exposent leurs réflexions sur la notion de bien commun et ses implications juridiques, politiques et écologiques. Ils abordent notamment les questions de la propriété, de la gouvernance, de la participation, de la transmission et de la protection des biens communs, en s'appuyant sur des exemples concrets et des propositions innovantes.

      Points forts : + [00:05:39][^3^][3] Corinne Lepage présente la Déclaration universelle des droits et devoirs de l'humanité * Un texte élaboré en 2015 à la demande du Président français * Un texte qui met la notion de bien commun au cœur de sa réflexion * Un texte qui reconnaît les droits fondamentaux, l'équité intergénérationnelle et la préservation des ressources vitales + [00:20:10][^4^][4] Armand Hatchuel expose les enjeux de la gestion collective des biens communs * Une approche qui dépasse la dichotomie entre propriété privée et propriété publique * Une approche qui repose sur la coopération, la créativité et la responsabilité des acteurs * Une approche qui nécessite de repenser les cadres juridiques, institutionnels et cognitifs + [00:43:34][^5^][5] Thomas Perroud analyse les expériences juridiques de reconnaissance des biens communs * Des expériences qui tentent de répondre à la privatisation du monde et à la crise écologique * Des expériences qui se situent à différents niveaux (constitutionnel, législatif, jurisprudentiel) * Des expériences qui présentent des limites et des défis (hiatus, échec, financement, etc.) + [01:11:22][^6^][6] Christian Huglo propose des pistes pour le développement du droit des biens communs * Une piste qui consiste à renforcer la fonction sociale et écologique de la propriété * Une piste qui consiste à favoriser la participation citoyenne et la démocratie environnementale * Une piste qui consiste à reconnaître la personnalité juridique de certains biens communs naturels

    2. on verra enfin de d'exposer l'intérêt personnel reste important ce qui explique pourquoi c'est la raison pour laquelle des niveaux élevés de coopération chez les 00:04:23 humains ne sont pas possibles ou on ne peut pas être maintenu sur la seule base de ce qu'on appelle des préférences sociales ou des motivations altruistes et de la confiance généralisée envers que les gens se portent envers les uns 00:04:36 et les autres donc ça suffit pas il faut quelque chose de plus au niveau des humains pour maintenir des niveaux de coopération élevés
    1. in 1864, Webster’s Unabridged was published and it marked animportant moment in modern lexicography: no longer the idiosyncratic workof one man, this dictionary was the product of a collaborative team withNoah Porter as Chief Editor and the German scholar Carl A. F. Mahn asetymologist
    1. Faire émerger, accompagner des collectifs dans les écoles et les établissements scolaires

      Le travail enseignant ne peut plus se penser comme une activité solitaire. Si la dimension collective est bien présente dans les référentiels de l’éducation et si la mise en œuvre de collectifs a progressé en France, la coopération y est encore peu répandue en comparaison des autres pays de l’OCDE. Quelles voies alors pour faire émerger des collectifs et les accompagner dans la durée ?

      Le collectif puise ses références dans le monde du travail et dans la réalité du métier et de ses acteurs. Il prend sa source dans la pédagogie de groupe au début du XXe siècle et dans les théories constructivistes de Lev Vygotski. C’est en se penchant sur la difficulté scolaire en 1981 lors de la création des zones d’éducation prioritaire que des collectifs d’enseignants s’organisent pour apporter des réponses concrètes à ce nouveau contexte. La dimension collective fait aujourd’hui partie des compétences des enseignants listées dans le référentiel de compétences des métiers du professorat et de l’éducation de 2013. La capacité à coopérer est une compétence-clé pour l’adaptation à l’environnement professionnel. Ces compétences et ces savoir-faire sont répertoriés sur la fiche métier enseignant en ligne sur le portail de la fonction publique. Favoriser le travail collectif de l’équipe éducative constitue enfin l’une des six priorités du référentiel de l’éducation prioritaire. L’importance du collectif est réaffirmée en 2013 par la mise en place du cycle 3 qui implique un travail collectif pour assurer une continuité dans les apprentissages. La multiplication plus récente des professeurs référents ou coordonnateurs, les évaluations nationales, les mesures telles que « Devoirs faits » ou l’école inclusive ont inscrit durablement cette dimension collective dans le paysage scolaire. Le collectif percute l’identité professionnelle des enseignants, car il demande de participer collectivement à la redéfinition de ses savoirs et de ses compétences. Tandis qu’en Angleterre, l’imaginaire éducatif s’est sédimenté autour de l’idée de communautés éducatives, il s’est construit en France sur l’autonomie pédagogique et la centration sur le travail en classe.

      Prochaine émission : « L’animation d’un collectif au périscope »

      Le 09 mai 2023 à midi sur le site de l’IH2EF et sur sa chaîne Youtube

      Durant cette émission, les invités tenteront de construire les réponses aux questions suivantes : - Quelles sont les conditions favorables pour inscrire un collectif dans la durée ? - Comment construire et installer une culture du collectif dans le système scolaire ? - Comment formaliser les compétences collectives acquises et les valoriser ?

    1. Congrès du snceel 2024 - 24-01-2024 - Palais du Grand Large de Saint-Malo Entretiens croisés "L'INTELLIGENCE DE LA RELATION" avec Anne-Lise Seltzer et Nathanaël Wallenhorst

    1. s'il ya une chose que je dis mais prévention prévention les cas à traiter sont très 00:58:29 lourds sont très difficiles on a souvent besoin de personnel spécialisé là dessus mais prévention qu'on sache comment dirais-je qu'on doit être en position de collaboration et non pas en position d'opposition
    2. comment qu'est ce qu'on fait avec eux quelles sont les règles de vie et non pas simplement on va réfléchir parce qu'un problème quelles sont les règles de vie et à partir de cette vie comment construit un 00:48:34 des règles dtt règles intelligente
    3. dans tout les méta analyse c'est que pour que ce soit efficace les conditions d'implantation des programmes c'est-à-dire da corps des équipes d'accord des équipes 00:45:35 adultes soient réalisés sinon les élèves risquent d'être les otages
    1. Cette conférence fait partie du module 2 issu du parcours "Ecole inclusive : de la théorie à la pratique". Animé par Grégoire Cochetel, maître formateur et enseignant spécialisé auprès d'élèves à besoins éducatifs particuliers. Il traite de la collaboration entre les enseignants et les AESH (Accompagnant d'Elèves en Situation de Handicap) et présente les savoir-faire, les postures et les gestes professionnels adaptés à la diversité des accompagnements dont doivent disposer les AESH et les conditions indispensables au bon équilibre au sein du binôme enseignant-AESH.

  6. Jan 2024
    1. [With Zeplin] we started to engage both UX and engineering teams in the same conversations and suddenly that opened our eyes to what was going on, and overall streamlined our build process.

      may need new tag: combining/bringing different audiences together in the same conversation/context/tool

    1. four different types of initiators of new community projectsbased in neighbourhoods:local government,governmental organisations,non-governmental organisations or activists andexisting communities.
      • for: types of initiators of community projects, SONEC - initiators of community projects, question - frameworks for community projects, suggestion - collaboration with My Climate Risk, suggestion - collaboration with U of Hawaii, suggestion - collaboration with ICICLE, suggestion - collaboration with earth commission, suggestion - collaboration with DEAL

      • question: frameworks for community projects

        • If our interest is to attempt to create a global collective action campaign to address our existential polycrisis, which includes the climate crisis, then how do we mobilize at the community level in a meaningful way?

        • I suggest that this must be a cosmolocal effort. Why? Knowledge sharing across all the communities will accelerate the transition of any participating local community.

        • This means that we cannot rely on citizens living in small communities to construct an effective coordination framework for rapid de-escalation of the polycrisis. The capacity does not exist within small communities to build such a complex system. The system can be more effectively built before the collective action campaign is started by a virtual community of experts and ready for trial with pilot communities.
        • To meet this enormous challenge, it cannot be done in an adhoc way. At this point in time, many people in many communities all around the globe know of the existential crisis we face, but if we look at the annual carbon emissions, none of the existing community efforts has made a difference in their continuing escalation.
        • The knowledge required to synchronize millions of communities to have a unified wartime-scale collective action mobilization to reach decarbonization goals that the mainstream approach has not even made a dent in will be a complex problem.
        • In other words, what is proposed is a partnership.
        • Since we are faced with global commons problems that pose existential threats if not mitigated in 5 to 8 years, the scope of the problem is enormous.
        • Super wicked problems require unprecedented levels of collaboration at every level.
        • The downscaling of global planetary boundaries and doughnut economics seems the most logical way to think global, act local.
        • Building such a collaboration system requires expert knowledge. Once built, however, it requires testing in pilot communities. This is where a partnership can take place

        • 2024, Jan. 1 Adder

          • My Climate Risk Regional Hubs
            • time 29:46 of https://hyp.is/go?url=https%3A%2F%2Funfccc.int%2Fevent%2Flater-is-too-late-tipping-the-balance-from-negative-to-positive&group=world
            • https://www.wcrp-climate.org/mcr-hubs
            • Suggestion:
              • SRG has long entertained a collaborative open science project for grassroots polycrisis / climate crisis education - to measure and validate latest climate departure dates
              • This would make climate change far more salient to the average person because of the observable trends in disruption of local economic activity connected to the local ecology due to climate impacts
              • This would be a synergistic project between SRG, LCE, SoNeC, My Climate Risk hubs, ICICLE and U of Hawaii
              • Our community frameworks need to go BEYOND simply adaptation though, which is what "My Climate Risk" focuses exclusively on. We need to also engage equally in climate mitigation.
        • reference
        • I coedited this volume on examples of existing cosmolocal projects
  7. Dec 2023
    1. if 00:36:19 you really want to make a change you cannot do it as an isolated individual the superpower of our spe is not individual genius it's the 00:36:30 ability to cooperate in large numbers so if you want to really change something join an organization or start an organization but 50 people who cooperate as part of a community of an 00:36:44 organization of a team they can make a much much bigger change than 500 isolated individuals
      • for: leverage point - collaboration, human superpower - collaboration, quote - collaboration, quote - cooperation

      • quote the superpower of our species is not individual genius, it's the ability to cooperate in large numbers.

      • author: Yval Noah Harari
      • date: 2023
  8. Nov 2023
  9. dat-ecosystem-archive.github.io dat-ecosystem-archive.github.io
    1. Multi-writer will allow Dats to be modified by multiple devices and multiple authors at the same time. Each author will have their own secret key and publish a Dat with their data in it. Multi-writer fuses all of these separate Dats into one “meta-Dat” that is a view of everyone’s data combined
    1. Partially ordered event-based systems are well placed to supportsuch branching-and-merging workflows, since they already makedata changes explicit in the form of events, and their support forconcurrent updates allows several versions of a dataset to coexistside-by-side.

      Event-based systems allow for divergent views as first-class citizens.

    2. in Git terms, one user can create a branch (a setof commits that are not yet part of the main document version),and another user can choose whether to merge it

      Users are empowered to create composed views out of events of their choice.

      I.e., collaboration as composition.

      I.e., divergent views as first-class citizens.

  10. Oct 2023
  11. Sep 2023
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      • comment
        • explore potential collaboration for TPF education and BEing journeys
    1. This activity is an invitation to thinkers of all levels of experience, knowledge, and vocation.

      People like me that have learned about this way for thinking and the challenge that is finding alike minds that want to explore and build this for the next generation. Sometimes the difference between a blue thought and a revolution is having who to talk to about it. How can we connect people working on the same problem how do you put in the same metaphorical room the people trying to push the envolope

    1. It is hard to maintain the I-you distinction, and cooperation is massively favored. This is not because the agents have become less selfish, but because the size of the self (to which they are committed) has grown. For properly coupled cells, it is impossible to hide information from each other (from yourself) and it is impossible to do anything injurious to your neighbor because the same effects (consequences) will affect you within seconds.
      • for: cellular collaboration, gap junction, bioelectrical networks, bioelectric network

      • interesting fact: multicellular mechanisms to create coherence in competent constituent subunit cells

      • more research
        • very interesting mechanisms that mediate benefits of collective behavior of competent subunits within the biological body.
  12. Aug 2023
    1. to live for the common good is a very good purpose but purpose is a gift and the purpose of our life here on Earth is to change the environment which we met for something better because there is 00:21:54 always an opportunity for something better [Music] or to be in a learning mode and we when we know things to be in a teaching mode 00:22:11 also that is propagating what we know sharing it with others and making this knowledge open source for the world and especially to help train a young 00:22:24 generation of new leaders who are going to be the ones that grapple with these problems
      • for: open source, indyweb, open learning commons, radical collaboration, individual / collective entanglement
      • paraphrase
      • quote
        • to live for the common good is a very good purpose but
        • purpose is a gift and the purpose of our life here on Earth is to change the environment which we met for something better because there is always an opportunity for something better
      • author
        • Obiora Ike
      • quote
        • I would urge us all to be in a learning mode and
        • we when we know things to be in a teaching mode also
        • that is propagating what we know
        • sharing it with others and
        • making this knowledge open source for the world and
        • especially to help train a young generation of new leaders who are going to be the ones that grapple with these problems
      • author
        • Jeffrey Sachs
    2. people from all different aspects all different kinds of business people in in governments not just the finance people but the environmental 00:20:09 section and so on they need to get together and discuss calmly and and productively what we can do to move it 00:20:20 to creating a new mindset foreign s but also our common sense and we can only work out a future economy if people come in from these different sectors and 00:20:41 talk together not in a controversial way but in a way of we must find a solution because humanity is not exempt from 00:20:53 Extinction
      • for: extinction, hope, futures, radical collaboration, indyweb, TPF, SRG
      • quote
        • people from all different aspects
          • all different kinds of business people
          • in governments
          • not just the finance people
          • but the environmental section and so on
        • they need to get together and discuss
          • calmly and
          • productively
        • what we can do to creating a new mindset
        • and we can only work out a future economy if people come in from these different sectors and
        • talk together
          • not in a controversial way but
          • in a way of we must find a solution
        • because humanity is not exempt from extinction
      • author
        • Jane Goodall
  13. Jun 2023
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    1. And that is part of the larger pattern of the appeal of a new online collectivismthat is nothing less than a resurgence of the idea that the collective is all-wis

      Lanier is saying that the intelligence from the collective is harmful but I feel like throughout my life I have been taught to use other people's knowledge to help me and that teamwork is very important. This made me think of the saying my elementary and middle school teachers have taught me all my life.

    1. Collaborative publications, in which the student is one of several authors/creators, are permitted. In every case, the Preface must clearly describe the student's contribution to the research and creation—including, where applicable, the student's role in publications with several authors, or in material created by several authors.
  15. May 2023
  16. Apr 2023
    1. She partnered with Japanese Canadian author, Kerri Sakamoto, to write a coming-of-age story about a Japanese American girl in 1970s Chicago, resulting in Strawberry Fields.

      Rea Tajiri's parternship with author Kerri Sakamoto to produce the story of Strawberry Fields

  17. Mar 2023
    1. A “Collaboration Artist” knows how to bring people together,enroll them in a common mission, create idea flow, and translateideas into new solutions to solve problems and drive achievement ofimportant goals.

      compare this with tummeling

      What is the overlap? How do they differ?

    2. Adler, David, James Cornehlsen, and Andrew Frothingham. Harnessing Serendipity: Collaboration Artists, Conveners and Connectors. Advanced Reader Copy. 2023. Reprint, David Adler, 2023.

    1. In what other fields can the concept of “grand challenges” be used?

      Pretty much all fields, I think. I guess it's like formulating a problem, a possible future, giving a vision to aim at. And then gathering the people to collaborate and work toward it together.

  18. Jan 2023
    1. RECOMMANDATION N°9La Défenseure des droits recommandeaux services académiques de :• Favoriser la collaboration entre les élèvesen situation de handicap, leur famille, lesprofessionnels de l’école (AESH, enseignant,directeur d’établissement, ATSEM, etc.),en associant autant que nécessaire lesprofessionnels médicaux et médico-sociauxqui suivent l’enfant, pour évaluer les besoinsparticuliers de l’enfant, préparer lesadaptations à mettre en œuvre et mieuxdéfinir le rôle et la place de chacun auprèsde l’enfant
    1. Recommandation 14. Élaborer des documents de sensibilisation destinés aux parents sur les interventionsmenées conjointement par l’éducation nationale et les collectivités et/ou les associations afin de donner unéclairage sur les modalités et les objectifs de l’éducation à la sexualité
    1. the tragedy of the Commons is not so much that it's Commons per se but that it's a cooperation problem that he described I 00:01:48 think very clearly that environmental degradation is often a social dilemma is often a cooperation problem and be it a commons or not the regulatory structure 00:02:02 or the the social structure can vary but cooperation problems are are important however of course he said his famous line this paper is you know solution is mutual coercion mutually agreed upon and and so that's 00:02:18 institutions right so the solution is institutions and of course we have other people who have said that very clearly and with a lot of wonderful evidence to back it up Elinor Ostrom being at the 00:02:31 top of that list and and her work on common pool resources and contains this fantastic list of sort of key design 00:02:44 elements that have emerged from studying small-scale common pool resource communities and and these are these are factors that tend to make those communities more successful in managing 00:02:56 those resources sustainably so so that's great

      !- mitigating : tragedy of the commons - Elinor Ostrom's design principles - It's often a cooperation problem - it is a social dilemma pitting individual vs collective interest

  19. Nov 2022
    1. The best performing teams are generally Small, Lean, Long-Lived, Autonomous, and Multi-disciplinary – and psychologically safe. It’s fair to say that psychological safety is generally more difficult to foster as group size increases. As a member of a group, predicting the “risk” of interpersonal consequences of speaking up is an easier mental calculation in a group of 3 versus a group of 30, or 300. The chances of someone punishing or humiliating us as a result of speaking up naturally increases as group size increases: as a result, we tend to feel psychologically safer in smaller groups.
    2. Jeff Bezos famously adhered to Amazon’s “two-pizza-team” rule as a way to limit team sizes and maintain the effectiveness of small, tight-knit teams: No team should be larger than the number of people that can be adequately fed by two large pizzas. However, whilst this is effective for teams that can truly own a value stream, it appears less crucial for functional teams that have complex and unavoidable organisational dependencies. It seems that biggest predictor of a team’s success wasn’t whether it was small, but whether it had a leader with “the appropriate skills, authority, and experience to staff and manage a team whose sole focus was to get the job done.” 
    3. As much as Dunbar’s limits on group sizes might seem to be common sense, and reflected in many real world examples, Dunbar’s theories on group size boundaries have been deconstructed and shown to possess confidence intervals too large to be robust in the real world. That is, group size boundaries do exist, but may be anywhere from 30 to 250, depending on context, culture, and other factors. “Dunbar’s assumption that the evolution of human brain physiology corresponds with a limit in our capacity to maintain relationships ignores the cultural mechanisms, practices, and social structures that humans develop to counter potential deficiencies.” Ruiter et al, 2011.
  20. Oct 2022
  21. Sep 2022
    1. Well, some of us tried to be unreasonable. But another thing he invented was what he called the type one and the "type two argument." So when a "type one argument" was verging towards the personal and towards this not making progress thing, he would say "type two argument," and everybody would groan. And a "type two argument" is when each of the arguers has to make the other person's argument to them.DEVON: Right. Steel man it, instead of straw man it.ALAN: Yeah, until they agree that they're making their argument.DEVON: Right.ALAN: Yes, that is the argument I'm making. And then the other person... And this takes for-fucking-ever.DEVON: Yeah.ALAN: But-DEVON: But it means that you actually understand where the other person is coming from before you try to tear it down.ALAN: Well, it's not even that. One way to think about it, took all the human drama out of it, in the end almost everything that we did at PARC, in the end we didn't vote. In the end we would usually pick somebody to make the decision.

      !- for : collaboration trick - applied empathy

    2. We were a floor culture at PARC so we not only had the bean bags instead of chairs. Why bean bags? Well, you can't leap to your feet to denounce somebody from a bean bag.

      !- for : collaboration tricks - physically preventing drama

    3. The ARPA community was about, "Hey, we're in deep trouble and we're getting in deeper trouble. We need to get more enlightened and we need to do what Doug Engelbart called... we need to not just augment human beings, augment human intellect, but we have to augment the collective IQ of groups." Because most important things are done by groups of people. And so we have to think about what it means to have a group that's smarter than any member rather than a group that is less than the stupidest members.

      !- salient : collaboration - the key point of the internet, or what was then called the "intergalactic network" was collaboration at scale to solve global challenges - The Most Important things are done by groups of people

  22. Aug 2022
    1. increase their ability to excel, but also it would increase the quality of the commons

      skill vs social practice leading to increase of the quality of the commons. Personal relative advancement in current sitrep and/or lifting the entire floor.

    1. Historical Hypermedia: An Alternative History of the Semantic Web and Web 2.0 and Implications for e-Research. .mp3. Berkeley School of Information Regents’ Lecture. UC Berkeley School of Information, 2010. https://archive.org/details/podcast_uc-berkeley-school-informat_historical-hypermedia-an-alte_1000088371512. archive.org.

      https://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/events/2010/historical-hypermedia-alternative-history-semantic-web-and-web-20-and-implications-e.

      https://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/audio/2010-10-20-vandenheuvel_0.mp3

      headshot of Charles van den Heuvel

      Interface as Thing - book on Paul Otlet (not released, though he said he was working on it)

      • W. Boyd Rayward 1994 expert on Otlet
      • Otlet on annotation, visualization, of text
      • TBL married internet and hypertext (ideas have sex)
      • V. Bush As We May Think - crosslinks between microfilms, not in a computer context
      • Ted Nelson 1965, hypermedia

      t=540

      • Michael Buckland book about machine developed by Emanuel Goldberg antecedent to memex
      • Emanuel Goldberg and His Knowledge Machine: Information, Invention, and Political Forces (New Directions in Information Management) by Michael Buckland (Libraries Unlimited, (March 31, 2006)
      • Otlet and Goldsmith were precursors as well

      four figures in his research: - Patrick Gattis - biologist, architect, diagrams of knowledge, metaphorical use of architecture; classification - Paul Otlet, Brussels born - Wilhelm Ostwalt - nobel prize in chemistry - Otto Neurath, philosophher, designer of isotype

      Paul Otlet

      Otlet was interested in both the physical as well as the intangible aspects of the Mundaneum including as an idea, an institution, method, body of work, building, and as a network.<br /> (#t=1020)

      Early iPhone diagram?!?

      (roughly) armchair to do the things in the web of life (Nelson quote) (get full quote and source for use) (circa 19:30)

      compares Otlet to TBL


      Michael Buckland 1991 <s>internet of things</s> coinage - did I hear this correctly? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_things lists different coinages

      Turns out it was "information as thing"<br /> See: https://hypothes.is/a/kXIjaBaOEe2MEi8Fav6QsA


      sugane brierre and otlet<br /> "everything can be in a document"<br /> importance of evidence


      The idea of evidence implies a passiveness. For evidence to be useful then, one has to actively do something with it, use it for comparison or analysis with other facts, knowledge, or evidence for it to become useful.


      transformation of sound into writing<br /> movement of pieces at will to create a new combination of facts - combinatorial creativity idea here. (circa 27:30 and again at 29:00)<br /> not just efficiency but improvement and purification of humanity

      put things on system cards and put them into new orders<br /> breaking things down into smaller pieces, whether books or index cards....

      Otlet doesn't use the word interfaces, but makes these with language and annotations that existed at the time. (32:00)

      Otlet created diagrams and images to expand his ideas

      Otlet used octagonal index cards to create extra edges to connect them together by topic. This created more complex trees of knowledge beyond the four sides of standard index cards. (diagram referenced, but not contained in the lecture)

      Otlet is interested in the "materialization of knowledge": how to transfer idea into an object. (How does this related to mnemonic devices for daily use? How does it relate to broader material culture?)

      Otlet inspired by work of Herbert Spencer

      space an time are forms of thought, I hold myself that they are forms of things. (get full quote and source) from spencer influence of Plato's forms here?

      Otlet visualization of information (38:20)

      S. R. Ranganathan may have had these ideas about visualization too

      atomization of knowledge; atomist approach 19th century examples:S. R. Ranganathan, Wilson, Otlet, Richardson, (atomic notes are NOT new either...) (39:40)

      Otlet creates interfaces to the world - time with cyclic representation - space - moving cube along time and space axes as well as levels of detail - comparison to Ted Nelson and zoomable screens even though Ted Nelson didn't have screens, but simulated them in paper - globes

      Katie Berner - semantic web; claims that reporting a scholarly result won't be a paper, but a nugget of information that links to other portions of the network of knowledge.<br /> (so not just one's own system, but the global commons system)

      Mention of Open Annotation (Consortium) Collaboration:<br /> - Jane Hunter, University of Australia Brisbane & Queensland<br /> - Tim Cole, University of Urbana Champaign<br /> - Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory annotations of various media<br /> see:<br /> - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/311366469_The_Open_Annotation_Collaboration_A_Data_Model_to_Support_Sharing_and_Interoperability_of_Scholarly_Annotations - http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core/20130205/index.html - http://www.openannotation.org/PhaseIII_Team.html

      trust must be put into the system for it to work

      coloration of the provenance of links goes back to Otlet (~52:00)

      Creativity is the friction of the attention space at the moments when the structural blocks are grinding against one another the hardest. —Randall Collins (1998) The sociology of philosophers. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press (p.76)

  23. Jul 2022
  24. bafybeibbaxootewsjtggkv7vpuu5yluatzsk6l7x5yzmko6rivxzh6qna4.ipfs.dweb.link bafybeibbaxootewsjtggkv7vpuu5yluatzsk6l7x5yzmko6rivxzh6qna4.ipfs.dweb.link
    1. While Internet communities typically emphasize collaboration and sharing, there is another type ofmobilization system that emphasizes competition and rivalry: gaming environments. The gamesavailable on the web are nearly infinite in their variety, but they all share the objective of scoringpoints or winning, i.e. doing better than the others. This too is a powerful motivator, whichenhances focus, commitment and persistence. But games exhibit a variety of other motivators,given that by definition they have been designed for enjoyment, i.e. for providing stimuli thatpeople find intrinsically pleasurable, so that they seek to collect as many as possible. Since the earlydays of personal computers, gaming has become an increasingly popular pastime. This has ledprogrammers to create an ever-greater variety of ever more sophisticated games.

      Designing system change games to be addictive would be antithetical to a regenerative philosophy.

      If gamification is used along with collaboration within a rapid whole system change framework, how would that look? Different levels of organizations can be in both collaboration and competition.

      The logical collaboration level that suggests itself are: 1. by participants living in the same local community 2. by virtual community groups associated with one common field of interest

      Further, adding cosmolocal (https://clreader.net) framework can create massively collaborating teams. In a sense, even when there is competition within a pro-social, pro-ecological framework, it is ultimately collaboration.

  25. May 2022
  26. Apr 2022
    1. lack of common learning goals among the student

    2. Preparing the learner for collaboration through instruction and development of the social and group skills necessary to work effectively in a group will have a positive effect upon the collaborative experience (Chapman & van Auken, 2001; Tideswell, 2004).

    3. Most group projects require extra time (Goold, Craig, & Coldwell, 2008), and groups must take responsibility for organizing their collaboration and individual inputs (Lizzio & Wilson, 2005).

    4. Social loafing behavior creates an imbalance of effort and participation (Goold, Craig, & Coldwell, 2008), such that free riders (Kerr & Bruun, 1983) are able to take advantage of the contributions of others

    5. perception of an asymmetric collaboration among the teammates was identified by the students as the most important source of frustration

    1. The general trend is that students who report improved socioemotional outcomes also show suggestions of increased activity in collaborative tools relative to their peers.

      Another positive outcome from students taking courses with collaborative assignments.

    2. In this sample, 1,868 students enrolled in at least one undergraduate class with, and at least one undergraduate class without, some form of collaborative activity (peer review, Piazza, CourseNetworking, etc.), not including discussions.

      Interesting: Discussions are excluded from collaborative activies.

    1. Starting in the Renaissance notes weretreated less as temporary tools than as long-term ones, worthy of considerableinvestment of time and effort, of being saved for reuse and in some cases sharedwith others (collaborators in a project or one’s colleagues or heirs). Collections ofnotes were valued as treasuries or storehouses in which to accumulate informa-tion even if they did not serve an immediate purpose. This stockpiling approachto note-taking also required greater attention to organization and finding devicessince the precise uses to which the notes might be put were not clear from theoutset and the scale of accumulation hampered memorization.

      Summary tk


      Modern note taking has seen a reversion to pre-Renaissance practices in which they're much more temporary tools. Relatively few students take notes with an aim for reusing them past their immediate classroom settings or current term of study.

      The revitalization of the idea of the zettelkasten in the late 2010s seems to be helping to reverse this idea. However, there aren't enough online versions of these sorts of notes which allow them to be used with other publics or even to be used and shared with other collaborators. There are some growing spaces seen in the social media note taking space like the anagora.org or the digital gardens space where this seems to have some potential to take off. There's also a small community on Hypothes.is which seems to be practicing this as well, though direct links between various collections of notes is not commonplace.

  27. Feb 2022
    1. State, territory, and Tribal administrative data sets

      We couldn't do this ourselves, but we might be able to write a proposal to do this with CCRC. It would be really interesting to explore whether we could track FFN providers using CCR&R level admin data. Churn? Movement into and out of licensing systems?

  28. Jan 2022
    1. Folks would sometimes show up with specific pedagogical or technical questions about the work of designing and teaching online courses, but mostly, they showed up to laugh, cry, and vent together.

      This seems like a deep and troublesome tension. "Support" meaning "show me how to make this task better" is different from "emotional support" or even the previous paragraph's "support meaning collaboration".

  29. Dec 2021
  30. Nov 2021
    1. Our research and pilot program. The DisCO FLOOR and DisCO DECK will be developed based on the experiences, data and input of real cooperatives. The resulting case studies plus the mentorship that these pilots will receive make up the immersive DisCO EXPERIENCE.

      I think this could be a cool way of collaborating on the gather.town stuff we talked about on the last call.

      e.g. How can we create digital spaces that showcase our ideals in an engaging way, while also giving people the space to engage with these topics together?

  31. Oct 2021
    1. DAOstack imagines thousands of organizations and applications utilizing the stack in the near future. And the intention is not just to serve each use case individually. It’s easy to imagine how, with a scalable solution for decentralized governance in place, decision-making can become more frictionless not only within collectives but also between collectives.Indeed, this is the broader vision of DAOstack. The platform is designed to underpin an entire ecosystem of decentralized organizations — a community of interoperable DAOs, able to share talent, ideas, and learnings with one another. DAOs will even be able to act as members of other DAOs, creating a fluid “DAO mesh” or “internet of work” in which collectives of collectives are commonplace, and in which any given individual might participate in dozens of different DAOs.

      This is an idealof stigmergic collaboration, to move away from azero sum game and towards a positive sum game.

    2. Imagine tens or hundreds of millions of people participating in this kind of collaborative economy — one in which no one wields a disproportionate amount of power, all are rewarded in proportion to the value they contribute, and everyone is incentivized to act in alignment with the common good.

      The aim of stigmergic collaboration.

  32. www.programmableweb.com www.programmableweb.com
    1. Hypothesis REST API

      The Hypothesis API integrates annotations into web services. Available to send HTTP requests and JSON responses, it aims to be useful for researchers, scientists, and educators.

  33. Sep 2021
    1. One of the best things I picked up in project-based learning training was to be deliberate in teaching groups how to work together. Though our brains may be pretty good at it, our societies are not, and it’s only getting worse. Students need modeling and practice to be able to figure out how to interact in positive ways in groups, how to structure collaborative work, how to overcome the atomizing forces of society.

      I wonder here at the stereotypical gendered views of working together. Who is better at it and why?

      What social function, if any, does a more conflict-based ability to not work together provide?

    1. how to make sense across their boundaries in order to explore and expand their common ground? How can they do so to scale up their collaboration for collective impact?
    2. Such scaled-up communication and collaboration processes would also require meta-design principles to collaboratively construct the required design rationale, media and environments [23].
    1. Building upon Sweeney and Rhinesmith’s approach, and bringing the conceptualizations of care [14,33,34], I propose the following framework:I define social practices as the acts of care performed by individuals and afforded by CTCs in order to promote self and community needs;Based on this study’s ethnography, I categorize social practices into three groups:Care work: the invisible work performed by the infomediaries, or any CTC worker, as described by Sweeney and Rhinesmith;Peer-to-peer care: individuals (CTC users) collaborating with each other so they can inform, take decisions, and strive towards their individual needs; andCommunity care: individuals (CTC users and infomediaries) acting collaboratively or individually in order to promote community wellbeing.It is important to emphasize that social practices also include other social acts that are not necessarily “care”, but given the interactions observed in the CTCs in the favelas, I chose an explicit care-focused lens as the basis of this framework in order to breakdown the social practices in a way that could help make a case for the importance of the CTCs beyond their ICT-focused roles.
  34. Aug 2021
    1. Open collaboration is collaboration that is egalitarian (everyone can join, no principled or artificial barriers to participation exist), meritocratic (decisions and status are merit-based rather than imposed) and self-organizing (processes adapt to people rather than people adapt to pre-defined processes).
  35. Jul 2021
    1. <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Eleanor Konik</span> in 2021-07-17: Obsidian Mobile, Community Events & Graph Tips (<time class='dt-published'>07/28/2021 23:00:32</time>)</cite></small>

    1. <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Eleanor Konik</span> in 2021-07-17: Obsidian Mobile, Community Events & Graph Tips (<time class='dt-published'>07/28/2021 23:00:32</time>)</cite></small>

  36. Jun 2021