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Saturday, January 13, 2007 - 09:54 PM

Meta-Field

Free Software for Starving Students
from Kairosnews: A Weblog for Discussing Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy


Meta-
Metacognition
Metadata
Meta-discussion
Meta-ethics
Metafiction
Metafilm
Metaknowledge
Metamechanics
Meta-reference

...6...7...8...9...10


Thursday, January 11, 2007 - 07:43 PM

Community Thrivability The Portland International Initiative for Leadership in Ecology, Culture and Learning (PIIECL) prepares future educators and leaders who are dedicated to creating a world that is livable, ecologically sustainable, bio-culturally diverse and socially just.

WISE WEBSITE featuring Eco!

Free and Open Source Wikibooks :
Ecology
Climate Change
Earth Science
Open Culture
Outdoor Survival
Social Psychology
Utopia
Wikipedia in the Classroom


Wednesday, October 25, 2006 - 05:08 PM

Open Intellect
"Information Wants To Be Free. Information also wants to be expensive..."
-StewBrand, The First Hackers' Conference, circa 1984
"At some level, the expression does carry the moral judgement that
"Information should be free": the idea that access to information and
knowledge should not necessitate a class war,
that such access is a basic human right,
and, as technology improves, the whole of humanity
should be able to partake in its gifts and services."

- Wikipedia, circa 2006
(All text is available under the terms of
the GNU Free Documentation License)

From MURL Seminar Archive, Stanford, CA

--- circa 2003 ---
From Counterculture To Cyberculture: How The Whole
Earth Catalog Brought Us "Virtual Community."

VIDEO *

--- circa 2005 ---
Where the Counterculture Met the New Economy: Revisiting
the WELL and the Origins of Virtual Community.

--- circa 2006 ---
From Counterculture to Cyberculture: StewBrand, the Whole
Earth Network
and the Rise of Digital Utopianism.
INTRO | EXCERPT **

Synchronisticly, Worldchanging: The Book is being made available NOW!


--- circa late 2006 ---
From The Legacy of the Whole Earth Catalog

Stanford University Libraries & Department of Communication
INVITE | VIDEO

"Leading a Double Life" 10/25/2006
From the Berkman Center at Harvard University.
Their mission is to explore and understand cyberspace,
its development, dynamics, norms, standards,
and need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions.
They are a research center, premised on the observation
that what we seek to learn is not already recorded.
Their method is to build out into cyberspace,
record data as we go, self-study, and publish.
Their mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.

Presents:
From Counterculture to Cyberculture:
The Rise of Digital Utopianism

MP3 AUDIO | MP4 VIDEO

By Fred Turner [FredTurner]
Department of Communication, Stanford University

--- circa 2007 ---
University of California at Berkeley, School of Information
Howard Rheingold/Qiang Xiao
Participatory Media / Collective Action
Part I: Participatory Media and Theory of Networks
Part II: Communication, Media and Cyberpower
Part III: Networked Activism
"...Instructors and students will discuss finalizing the wiki
we have contructed over the previous ten weeks and publishing it
as a public resource on collective action and participatory media.
We'll discuss how to maintain and grow this resource in the future.
We will speculate about future possibilities, given the technologies,
social forces, and cultural trends discussed during previous weeks,
and about ways in which media can be used to strengthen democracy,
advance human freedom and dignity, and enable sustainable development."


*NEW*
The National Autonomous University of Mexico
Cyberculture and Cybercultur@</b>

"emphasize three directions of meaning
from the elements that compose the neologism:
the Greek prefix “Κψβερ” (cyber),
the Latin word “cultur”,
and I will take analogically
the spiral form of the sign “@”...
“cybercultur@”

- Jorge A. González, Professor, Latin American Media
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
FlowTV, Vol.5, April 20, 2007


Monday, October 09, 2006 - 02:59 PM

Meta-Field
If WikiWiki is the Hawaiian word for fast (quick)...

***
... what is the sense for calm (serene, peaceful...)?


Saturday, October 07, 2006 - 12:28 AM

Creative Stimulus
"This song is Copyrighted in U.S., under Seal of Copyright #...... for a period of 28 years, and anybody caught singin' it without our permission, will be mighty good friends of ours, cause we don't give a dern. Publish it. Write it. Sing it. Swing to it. Yodel it. We wrote it, that's all we wanted to do."
- Woody Guthrie, American folk musician, 1912-1967


- Synesthetic colors, described by;
Alexander Scriabin, Composer, 1872-1915


Monday, October 02, 2006 - 06:22 PM

Creative Stimulus


Monday, August 14, 2006 - 04:31 PM

Resonant Guide
"Patterns of Infectious Good" by Tom Munnecke

Video from the Wellesley Uplift Academy, Aug 7 & 8 2006


"Spherical Accounting: Using geometry to embody developmental integrity"
Licensed under Creative Commons by Anthony Judge

"Simplicity The Art of Complexity"
Ars Electronica Fest, Aug 31 - Sep 5, Linz, Austria


Sunday, August 13, 2006 - 12:55 AM

Seeding Ground Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is aimed at both increasing the quality of food and the quality of care given the land, plants and animals – while substantially reducing potential food losses and financial risks for the producers. Fairview Gardens was the second farm on the West Coast to offer a CSA.

The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is a California non-profit organization that was established in 1997 to preserve and operate Fairview Gardens. Founded in 1895, the historic Fairview Gardens is considered by some to be the oldest organic farm in southern California, and is now preserved in perpetuity through an agricultural conservation easement.

The Center's mission is to preserve the agricultural heritage of this 100-year-old farm; provide the local community with fresh, chemical-free fruits and vegetables; demonstrate the economic viability of sustainable agricultural methods for small farm operations; research and interpret the connections between food, land, and community well being; and nurture the human spirit through educational programs and public outreach both on and off the farm.

Fairview Gardens offers a "hands on" apprenticeship program, in which apprentices work side-by-side with our field and marketing staff to learn the art and craft of farming through direct experience and observation.

Apprentices are encouraged to keep a journal of their observations and questions and meet regularly with the farm management staff for more formal instruction and guidance. The classes, workshops and other educational programs offered at the farm are available to apprentices at no charge. While the demands of the farm are our first priority, we direct apprentices towards materials, projects, and visits that can round out their experience here.

Certified Organic by Guaranteed Organic Certification Agency, 760-731-0496

"It maybe when we no longer know what to do, We have come to our real work, And that when we no longer know which way to go, We have begun our real journey."
--Wendell Berry, philosopher, poet, essayist, farmer, novelist, and social activist.


Thursday, August 10, 2006 - 02:52 AM

Emerging Systems
Freedom River

Narrator: Orson Wells | Parable: Warren H. Schmidt
Writer: Sam Weiss| Screenplay: Joseph Cavella

Complexity Rising:
From Human Beings to Human Civilzation, a Complexity Profile

"A schematic history of human civilization reflects a growing complexity of the
collective behavior of human organizations. The internal structure of organizations
changed from the large branching ratio hierarchies of ancient civilizations,
through decreasing branching ratios of massive hierarchical bureaucracies,
to hybrid systems where lateral connections appear to be more important than the hierarchy.
As the importance of lateral interactions increases, the boundaries between subsystems become porous.
The increasing collective complexity also is manifest in the increaseing specialization and diversity of professions.
Among the possible future organizational structures are fully networked systems where hierarchical structures are unimportant."
- The New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) by Yaneer Bar-Yam


Wednesday, August 09, 2006 - 09:08 PM

Awareness Research
Wikimania 2006 eArchive [8.09.06]
Wikimedia Conference, by Jimbo Wales, Eben Moglen, Lawrence Lessig, Judith Donath, Ward Cunningham, Chris Messina, Brewster Kahle, Michael Eisen, Jenny Preece, Mitch Kapor...


Open-Source Networked Journalism Meets SmartMobs [8.09.06]
MasterNewMedia, by Robin Good

Credibility and copyrights in the new improved media [8.09.06]
InTheField, by Erik Sundelof (2006 RDVP Fellow)

Futurism Without Gadgets [8.07.06]
Open the Future (Podcast #1), by Jamais Cascio

Chance and choice experiences, presencing as community art [8.06.06]
Community-Intelligence, by George Por

Cell phones: A new tool in the war-zone blogosphere [8.01.06]
CNN, by Marsha Walton


Can Technology change Social Processes? [7.30.06]
Reuters Digital Visions Program, by Carlos Miranda Levy (2004 Fellow)


Introducing NewAssignment.Net [7.25.06]
Journalism.NYU.Edu, by Jay Rosen


Stanford Fellow Imagines Every Cell Phone as Citizen Media Outlet [7.18.06]
PBS, by Mark Glaser

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