Tracking Hurricane Gustav on Social Media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I saw a lot of tweets around how people are using social media to track Hurricane Gustav and prepare to react to needs generated around the storm.

Learning highlights: July-August 2018

Mathemagenic

Slowing up with homeschooling Thursdays: instead of the weekly meetings with the others, we did just a couple of things, traditional blueberry picking and swimming event, robot-making workshop and a camping on a farm of homeschooling friends. Harvest time.

2018 116

A calendar of seasons for my time and place

Chris Corrigan

This is the time of year people on the west coast write to their friends and relatives in the east and show pictures of the daffodils coming up. Tem kwu7s – “Spring salmon harvest time” which begins in early summer.

2019 74

From 2015 to 2016

Mathemagenic

Improv, playing on stage and on the floor, making fire, old and new songs, Rijksmuseum, skating, walking, laughing, cooking, sharing thoughts and food with friends, big and small. Hugelkultuur, three sisters guild, seems-to-be-infinite potato harvest, replanting mature asparagus and just those hours of grounding and enjoying the fruits of it. Riding the storm and bellydancing in Flevoland. Those three days were a lot of fun.

2016 89

Conversations for the 21st Century – Community on April 1st, 2011

Nancy White

My friend, colleague, teacher and fellow GiGee (Girl Geek) Amy Lenzo has launched a new venture, weDialogue. Success comes to those who can weather the storm.&#. ~

2011 141

Tracking Hurricane Gustav on Social Media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I saw a lot of tweets around how people are using social media to track Hurricane Gustav and prepare to react to needs generated around the storm.

Principles focused evaluation and racial equity

Chris Corrigan

People had gathered from across North America and further afield to discuss issues of racial equity in hosting and harvesting practices. As my friend Tuesday Ryan-Hart says, “relationship is the result.”

2018 83

Social Warfare

Charmed Particles

I’ve talked with friends about “social DDoS&# attacks, where a few thousand people could swarm a social site and in effect trash the community there – I imagined it as a tool Russian or Indian hackers would start using against corporations for money, political opponents would use against each others’ campaigns, or activists pushing business or government targets to change. In giving my SMB social media talks , the topic of deliberate bad behavior always comes up.

2010 100

Social Warfare

Charmed Particles

I've talked with friends about "social DDoS" attacks, where a few thousand people could swarm a social site and in effect trash the community there - I imagined it as a tool Russian or Indian hackers would start using against corporations for money, political opponents would use against each others' campaigns, or activists pushing business or government targets to change. In giving my SMB social media talks , the topic of deliberate bad behavior always comes up.

2010 100

Will the Collapse of Civilization Begin With Global Corporatist Totalitarianism?

How to Save the World

STAGE. WHAT COLLAPSES. SIGNS OF COLLAPSE. E.G. OF CULTURE AT THIS STAGE. COPING/RESILIENCE MECHANISMS. Financial Collapse. banks, currencies, the value of savings & assets. bank failures/rescues, stock/housing market collapses. Iceland during 2008 crisis.

2013 102

REPOST: Do We Really Want to Know? (with first 50 reader comments appended)

How to Save the World

It's as if I were to visit friends,and to make some polite remark about the lamp in their living room, and they were to say "Yes it's nice isn't it? the need for more slaves on the farms to feed the new post-harvest automation. to automate harvesting, import foreign workers (or offshore the whole process to countries unconcerned with "moral evils"), or use the land for something more profitable and less labour-intensive.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Its as if I were to visit friends,andto make some polite remark about the lamp in their living room, andthey were to say "Yes its nice isnt it? Plowing kills critters, harvesters kill critters,runoff kills (the rivers and seas), the transportation kills (animalson the road) and so on. i dont thinkanything of the sort which is one reason i invited you to the frugivoresite (i think youll find some good friends there) 3.

2009 35