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  1. Last 7 days
    1. I think this is why I've enjoyed building keyboards in recent years. Steep learning curve for me (no background in electronics or C), but it's enough to know there's a solution for pretty much every problem I might encounter. It's an on-ramp to engaging with something like writing. It fosters the notion that there is a "solution", I just need to keep digging. Keyboard building as training for a resilient creative practice. Yes.

    1. The song also touches upon personal growth and overcoming challenges. Patience plays a crucial role in learning from mistakes, developing resilience, and ultimately becoming a better person.

      Patience as a Virtue is highly important to a journey of lifelong learning. Without patience you cannot be resilient. Without resilience, you cannot 10X yourself continuously, you cannot keep growing.

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    1. Résumé vidéo [00:00:07][^1^][1] - [00:41:57][^2^][2]:

      Cette vidéo est une conférence du docteur Jacques Lecomte, psychologue et spécialiste de la résilience, qui présente la notion de tuteurs de résilience et les attitudes facilitatrices pour accompagner le développement des enfants en souffrance. Il s'appuie sur son expérience personnelle, ses recherches, et de nombreux témoignages pour illustrer son propos.

      Points forts: + [00:00:22][^3^][3] La présentation du docteur Lecomte et de son parcours * Docteur en psychologie, auteur de plusieurs ouvrages sur la résilience et la bonté humaine * A été lui-même un enfant maltraité et un adolescent violent * A choisi d'étudier la résilience pour comprendre comment il a pu s'en sortir + [00:02:31][^4^][4] La définition de la résilience et ses caractéristiques * La capacité à vivre, à se développer, à être heureux malgré l'adversité * Un processus dynamique, non linéaire, et singulier * Nécessite la présence de facteurs de protection, notamment des tuteurs de résilience + [00:06:06][^5^][5] Les tuteurs de résilience et leurs rôles * Des personnes qui manifestent de l'empathie, de l'affection, et de l'intérêt pour l'enfant * Peuvent être des parents, des enseignants, des éducateurs, des amis, ou des inconnus * Aident l'enfant à se reconstruire, à développer ses compétences, et à trouver du sens à sa vie + [00:12:58][^6^][6] Les attitudes facilitatrices de résilience * S'intéresser prioritairement aux côtés positifs de l'enfant * Valoriser ses réussites et ses progrès * Lui donner des responsabilités et des défis * Lui faire confiance et respecter son rythme * Lui offrir un cadre sécurisant et structurant * Lui permettre d'exprimer ses émotions et ses besoins * Lui proposer des activités créatives et ludiques * Lui transmettre des valeurs et des idéaux * Lui faire découvrir d'autres horizons et d'autres cultures * Lui témoigner de l'espérance et de l'optimisme + [00:41:13][^7^][7] La métaphore de la pièce du fond * Une façon d'illustrer le travail de résilience sur les blessures du passé * La pièce du fond représente la partie sombre et douloureuse de soi * Il faut éviter de la fermer à triple tour ou de la laisser ouverte aux courants d'air * Il faut plutôt la nettoyer régulièrement et en sortir apaisé

  5. Jan 2024
    1. Bei Web2.0 und dessen Einfluss auf ‚local resilience‘ ist es logisch das lokale Themen, lokale politische Strukturen wichtig sind, so soll es auch sein

      In this comment by Heinz I mention local resilience on #2009/05/26

  6. Nov 2023
    1. It would seem that people who spend too much time online experience more anxiety. Could it be that we've evolved to only be able to manage so many inputs and amounts of variety of those inputs? The experiencing of too much variety in our environments and the resultant anxiety may be a result of the limits of Ross Ashby's law of requisite variety within human systems.

      This may also be why chaos machines like Donald Trump are effective at creating anxiety in a populace whose social systems are not designed to handle so many crazy ideas at once.

      Implications for measurements of resilience?

  7. Oct 2023
    1. partons sur la résilience à l'école

      partie 2 la résilience à l'école

    2. je vous ai mis cette petite image de la résilience on voit bien elle me plaît beaucoup par que je trouve qu'on voit bien l'image du trauma on voit bien que là le cet arbre a été sidéré et pour autant à droite on a cette petite cette 00:29:37 petite pulsion de vie alors l'image à droite elle est verte la petite pousse à droite est verte
  8. Jul 2023
    1. an extraordinary Insight a healthy 00:06:09 Planet applies this biogeochemical processes to remain in the Holocene and just look at the graph a Kindergarten kid sees the pattern the more we disturb a healthy planet is helping us trying 00:06:22 more and more
      • for: earth resilience
    2. we actually have data showing that why is the planet so stable under healthy conditions well it's because of the resilience and we have 00:05:21 data on that as well
      • for earth resilience
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    1. The concept of resilience has also been appropriated by forces committed to the status quo

      !- inadequancy : concept of resilience - appropriated and coopted by industry to continue moving in the direction of ecological degradation - example is governments revitalizing oil, gas and coal to deal with Russia restricting oil and gas shipments to the West

  11. Sep 2022
    1. To truly alleviate poverty on a large scale, we must fix a system in which normallife experiences such as childbirth can translate into economic insecurity. Mostof the poor are not unexplainable anomalies in an otherwise well-functioningsociety. Instead, they are the normal consequence of structural arrangementsguaranteed to produce economic insecurity.

      This sort of institutionalized economic insecurity seems bound up in institutionalized racism and may have a relationship with recent abortion bans. Can we tease out the ways these ideas are tied together or compounded?

      How can alleviating the perceptions of these effects help create societal changes and greater flexibility and more resiliency?

      These are potential national security issues were the country to come to war with other major powers.

    2. What is abnormal about this situation is not that people experience theseevents, but that we have collectively chosen as a society to punish these normallife events so severely

      Why???

    3. Indicative of howclose many Americans are to poverty, a recent study by the Federal ReserveBank found that 37 percent of Americans do not have enough savings put asideto protect them from a $400 emergency.20
      1. Federal Reserve Bank, “Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in 2019” (Washington DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 2020).
    4. Federal Reserve Bank, “Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households in2019” (Washington DC: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 2020).
    5. For millions of Americans who are living pay-check to paycheck and precariously close to the poverty line, normal life eventslike the birth of a child or temporary loss of a job can send them below thepoverty line. But poverty spells tend to be short, and they are caused by the riskassociated with normal events that happen to most of us across the life course.They are just more catastrophic for some than for others.

      Can poverty be modeled after a statistical thermodynamic framework? How might we move the set point for poverty up significantly to prevent the ill effects of regular, repeated poverty?

      What does the complexity of poverty indicate? Within the web of potential indicators, what might be done to vastly mitigate the movement of people in and out of poverty? What sorts of additional resiliency can be built into the system?

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    1. Riepenhausen, A., Veer, I., Wackerhagen, C., Reppmann, Z. C., Köber, G., Ayuso-Mateos, J.-L., Bögemann, S., Corrao, G., Felez-Nobrega, M., Abad, J. M. H., Hermans, E., Leeuwen, J. van, Lieb, P. D. K., Lorant, V., Mary-Krause, M., Mediavilla, R., Melchior, M., Mittendorfer-Rutz, E., Compagnoni, M. M., … Walter, H. (2021). Coping with COVID: Risk and Resilience Factors for Mental Health in a German Representative Panel Study. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/fjqpb

  18. Dec 2021
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    1. r3.0 promotes Redesign for Resilience and Regeneration. As a global common good not-for-profit platform, r3.0 crowdsources open recommendations for necessary transformations across diverse fields and sectors, in response to the ecological and social collapses humanity is experiencing, in order to achieve a thriving, regenerative and distributive economy and society.
  20. Oct 2021
    1. Design for Resilience is not a podcast just for professional designers. This a podcast for human beings, who may have forgotten that they are creative. We build our personal resilience by first remembering that we are all designers.

      I just published my first podcast episode.

  21. builderscollective.com builderscollective.com
    1. A podcast about resilience inspired Caleb Chan to compose this theme music, incorporating a heartbeat and a world music influence.

      Design for Resilience

      Exploring how we imagine, design, and build the future together.

    1. A retrospective of 50 years as a human being on planet Earth.

      The Art of Noticing

      This is a compilation of articles that I had written as a way to process the changes I was observing in the world and, consequently, in myself as a reaction to the events. I have come to think of this process as the art of noticing. This process is in contrast to the expectation that I should be a productive member of society, a target market, and a passive audience for charismatic leaders: celebrities, billionaires, and politicians.

      • Social: fame
      • Economic: wealth
      • Political: power

      An Agent of Change

      To become an agent of change is to recognize that we are not separate, we are not individuals, we are not cogs in a machine. We are complex and diverse. We are designers. We are a creative, collective, self-organizing, learning community.

      We are in a process of becoming—a being journey:

      • Personal resilience
      • Social influence
      • Economic capacity
      • Political agency
      • Ecological harmony

      This is how we shift from an attention economy to an intention economy. Rather than being oriented toward the failures of the past, the uncertainty of the present, or the worries of the future, in a constant state of anxiety, stress, and fear, we are shifting our consciousness to manifest our intention through perception (senses), cognition (mind), emotion (heart), and action (body). We are exploring how we imagine, design, and build the future together.

      We are the builders collective.

      We are one.

  22. Sep 2021
    1. “I think that everybody knows that we are in this incredible inflection point for humanity. And I think that what we don’t appreciate enough is that artists are the angel investors in the future that we want. They just have a different form of capital.”

      — Amanda Joy Ravenhill, Executive Director, Buckminster Fuller Institute

      (3:10:40)

      This quote connects to the Stop Reset Go meeting where Derick Bedzra walked us through the eight forms of capital.

    1. Stop Reset Go

      How do we engage in bottom-up whole system change? Perhaps we need a model for understanding who we are serving that transcends the bias and limitations of personas as they are used in user experience design (UX).

      What is a more holistic model for understanding human perceptions, motivations, and behaviours?

    1. The Young Society's focus is showcasing young artists who have a passion for creativity.

      As Brad Jarvis pointed out to me, this sounds a lot like WeMakeStuff, which is the project that connected Brad and me. I had the privilege of working on WeMakeStuff Volume 02.

      Now that we are working together on the builders collective with the Design Science Studio, it is very interesting that Rachel Kehler and The Young Society are focusing on the theme of resilience, as design for resilience has been the focus of the builders collective.

      Design for Resilience was the project I submitted in my application to the Design Science Studio on June 12, 2020.

  23. Jun 2021
    1. Google’s headquarters, in Mountain View, California—the Googleplex—is the Internet’s high church, and the religion practiced inside its walls is Taylorism.

      The idea of Taylorism as a religion is intriguing.

      However, underlying it is the religion of avarice and greed.

      What if we just had the Taylorism with humanity in mind and took out the root motivation of greed?

      This might be akin to trying to return Christianity to it's Jewish roots and removing the bending of the religion away from its original intention.

      It's definitely the case that the "religion" is only as useful and valuable to it's practitioners as the practitioners allow. In the terms of the McLuhan-esque quote "We shape our tools and thereafter they shape us." we could consider religion (any religion including Taylorism) as a tool. How does that tool shape us? How do we continue to reshape it?

      While I'm thinking about it, what is the root form of resilience that has allowed the Roman Catholic Church to last and have the power and influence it's had for two millennia?

  24. May 2021
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    1. What's more, watching the debates happening in real-time has really driven home that this approach doesn't just scale, it scales well. For a personal site, incremental improvement measured against real-world testing feels okay. For an industry-level protocol or specification, it feels like it should just collapse. Yet with the IndieWeb, not only is their work surprisingly resilient, it's far more adaptable as a result.

      think also "move slow and fix things"...

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    1. There's a grassy vacant lot near her apartment where Franklin often takes a break from her job as a landscaping crew supervisor at Bon Secours Community Works, a nearby community organization owned by Bon Secours Health System. It's one of the few places in the neighborhood with a lot of shade — mainly from a large tree Franklin calls the mother shade. She helped come up with the idea to build a free splash park in the lot for residents to cool down in the heat. Now Bon Secours is taking on the project. "This was me taking my stand," Franklin says. "I didn't sit around and wait for everybody to say, 'Well, who's going to redo the park?' "

      Reminiscent of the story in Judith Rodin's The Resilience Dividend about the Kambi Moto neighborhood in the Huruma slum of Nairobi. The area and some of the responsibility became a part of ownership of the space from the government. Meanwhile NPR's story here is doing some of the counting which parallels the Kambi Moto story.

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    1. Levita, L., Gibson Miller, J., Hartman, T. K., Murphy, J., Shevlin, M., McBride, O., Mason, L., Martinez, A. P., bennett, kate m, Stocks, T. V. A., McKay, R., & Bentall, R. (2020). Report2: Impact of Covid-19 on young people aged 13-24 in the UK- preliminary findings [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/s32j8