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Connor Turland
Working with technology and people on how to realize a future that we actually want. Small business owner of Sprillow
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Thank you for donating ! I would love to hear about your interest in rapid sensemaking. I hear a call with is on the table
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Mariette Papic Jan 16
This is our work and this is our community and I am beyond excited that it is finally coming to a planet you love! cc the dear
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John Manoochehri Jan 16
Bang. says enough is enough on carbon. - science based, - net zero emissions by 2030 including upstream emissions - programs to help clients avoid/remove downstream emissions Just copy this, every corporation everywhere.
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Connor Turland Jan 16
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Connor Turland Jan 16
Replying to @RichDecibels
I think your beard is in good shape for the job
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Andrew Weaver Jan 14
BlackRock, world's largest asset manager, changing its focus to climate change | CBC News . This is very important news
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Arthur Brock Jan 15
I just published NextNet Article 2.1: The Holocene Explosion: Game-Changing Possibilities in a World of Unenclosable Carriers. Systemic thinking for restoring the quality of our food
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Connor Turland Jan 14
Replying to @SkaidraP
Dunno if this is quite on the mark for you, but I've heard amazing things about an engagement process held by the Taiwanese government by their Digital Minister. They use a tool called Polis which I also love and Canada Gov has used to
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Connor Turland Jan 14
Ah, pretty slim chance Kurt
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MetaCAug (by @bortseb) Jan 14
Introduction to Stigmergy. Nowadays, the boundaries of companies and organisations are blurring as the world becomes increasingly connected, and so is the way we work. We operate in networks, we work on projects in different teams and often involving dif…
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Connor Turland Jan 14
but how would they identify it? technically speaking, and also, would it be drawn quickly to their attention, or only after a good deal of time
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Connor Turland Jan 13
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Replying to @dasanc_ @LauBenedict
Me too. Hm. Any idea what kind of action they might take? Just bandwidth throttling, or anything legal?
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Replying to @dasanc_ @LauBenedict
Do you have any idea at all what that threshold is?
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Totally :) Open Source Ecology of course comes to mind, but so does this project by an SSB friend "comprehensive blueprint for how to start and run a solarpunk trailer park" =D
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Hey is it your understandings that if a whole street bought compatible models of the latest gen of "home" mesh wifi routers would ISPs come down on that in some way? Also, I wonder how long it would take to break even on router costs
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Connor Turland Jan 13
meshing
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Appreciate the multi sidedness of sharing posts this way... I myself am feeling of multiple minds about the state of GameB / Sensemaking conversation space
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Replying to @whimful @okdistribute
Well if looks as if we are (currently) in the same state at least :) California that is. I am visiting San Diego from my home in Toronto this month
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Connor Turland Jan 13
Is there a slightly less technical starting point anywhere for exploring into that?
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