Category Archives: Technologies That Support CI

Mapping the Complexity of Climate Change and Sustainability

“Mapping the Complexity of Climate Change and Sustainability” is the title of a conversation in the Sustainability group at the Presencing Community site, which Toni Stafford, a wise, whole-brain woman opened on March 5. By “whole brain” I mean someone who … Continue reading

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on hypertrails between vistas, which we create by walking on them

Good tools always have unintended uses stumbled upon by its individual and collective users. Hopefully, that will be the case of élan map, too. I can hardly wait for its alpha version to manifest so that we can start playing … Continue reading

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on junto, élan, Kosmic synchronicity, and movement cartography

“We are at a critical point in human history, where as a globally interdependent society, we must learn how to lower these barriers, share information, collaborate, and cocreate value in new ways.” @VenessaMiemis Learning how to learn that, and sharing … Continue reading

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Conversation transcript-> mindmap-> semantic web-> sane sentient AI

Imaginal cells in the protoplasm, from which the new civilization is emerging, discover the current state of their fluid identity, by being engaged in generative conversations with one another.  When we collaborate using the currently available tools, we are able … Continue reading

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The social tetrahedron: a step towards prototyping Indra’s Net

“The user profile can also show people and initiatives that one values as part of an ‘extended’, empathic self. This can be done by dragging and dropping other profiles into one’s tetrahedron, much as Twitter allows one to follow admired … Continue reading

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Message to Venessa Miemis about her “Pay It Forward Business Model”

Venessa wrote a fascinating blog entry  on “A Pay It Forward Business Model [in transition to a new global society].” It prompted the following open message to her. Dear Venessa, Your “pay it forward” model is hugely inspiring in all of … Continue reading

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A tool for mapping the future as it’s emerging in the present

This blogpost is the first public news of a project that I am working on with a small team of friends; it is focused on creating a tool for the interactive, 3-d mapping of the ecosystem of evolutionary initiatives on … Continue reading

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Chaordic Chat Practice / social media jedis / ContemplaTweet

Chaordic Chat is a practice for social media jedis, I don’t use the “jedi” metaphor lightly but in its original meaning: jedis are bound to a code of morality and justice and are trained in the use of the light … Continue reading

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Collecive intelligence tools for supporting global cooperative work

The stellar line up of workshops at the upcoming ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work reflects the edge of CSCW research, with profound implications for the global-scale cooperative work needed to mach global challenges. Technically, it has become possible to connect … Continue reading

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Facilitating the local/global dynamics of CI calls for a collective sensing organ

Robin Temple commented on the Chaordic Dialogue Practice blogpost. Instead replying to it in that thread of comments, I’ve chosen to put the thoughts that it triggered in a new entry, as to give more visibility to it and our … Continue reading

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