Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

And my self continues to write about collapse, and about living better, and about human nature and culture and how the world seemingly works, and about whatever else comes into my mind that seems, to my weary and bewildered and lost and scared self, worth writing down.

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Links of the Quarter: September 2018

How to Save the World

Elections Don’t Make Democracy: Our world is holding more elections but is simultaneously becoming less democratic. How the World Really Works Our Culture / Ourselves Preparing for Civilization's EndCartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void.

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Curbing Crap From Your Mental Diet

Evolving Web

America, democracy, and a civil planet lose with every post. Community Indicators Coopertainment Culture Current Affairs Focused Social MediaIt takes 72 hours to fix your feed. Your Facebook feed feeds your brain. It can feed it with positive messages or real world things.

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A couple of musings on democracy

Chris Corrigan

Two links in the feed this morning had me thinking about democracy, participation and local governance. But democracy is not simply about voting. While the voting process is important, it is what happens in-between elections that shows the mark of a mature democracy.

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Curbing Crap From Your Mental Diet

Evolving Web

America, democracy, and a civil planet lose with every post. Community Indicators Coopertainment Culture Current Affairs Focused Social MediaIt takes 72 hours to fix your feed. Your Facebook feed feeds your brain. It can feed it with positive messages or real world things.

2018 130

Links of the Quarter: March 2018

How to Save the World

Rotten: Td0s writes about our culture’s unwillingness to do things well, and to pay to maintain the infrastructure we build and depend on : Doing something well, making something that will last, is not prized in this culture. Is Civilization a Wetiko Culture?:

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Tuesday Ryan-Hart’s work on power

Chris Corrigan

My work has been at the intersection of culture, history and power for nearly thirty years, largely moving in-between indigenous and settler communities in Canada as a facilitator and host of strategic dialogue practice. Art of Hosting Democracy Power

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