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Topic: Resonant Guide

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Saturday, November 27, 2004 - 06:48 PM

Resonant Guide A step in the right direction..."A world community of scholars, researchers, and explorers combining perspectives and insights on consciousness, human nature and the human potential..." The Knowledge Center "is a growing body of knowledge--a place to share and access our collective understanding of the nature of consciousness, the human potential, and the mysteries of our universe."


Tuesday, September 14, 2004 - 03:00 PM

Resonant Guide A wiki is a website or collaborative software that allows any user to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows that content to be edited by others. Wikipedia was created as an information source in an encyclopedia format that is freely available. The license we use grants free access to our content in the same sense as free software is licensed freely. This principle is known as copyleft. UPDATED!


Wednesday, May 26, 2004 - 10:40 PM

Resonant Guide Update: Wikipedia Entry : POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

Positive psychology emphasizes what is right with people rather than what is wrong with them. The focus is on positive subjective experiences, cognitive constructs about the future, and the capacity for courage, aesthetic sensibility, creativity, perseverance, altruism, tolerance, and wisdom at the individual and group levels. "Every year, prestigious medical journals are filled with studies, showing a connection between your health and your outlook on life. Apparently, people with positive outlooks recover from surgery faster, have less heart disease, suffer less pain when they are ill, catch colds less frequently, and live as much as 10 years longer..."



Sunday, April 25, 2004 - 07:11 PM

Resonant Guide UPDATED What is Enlightenment? magazine has a section and article in their new issue on Collective Intelligence, "discovering that wholes are far more than the sum of their parts. When individuals unite in a shared intention, something mysterious comes into being¬ówith capacities and intelligences that far transcend those of the individuals involved." It relays ideas of complexity to what Tom Atlee calls Co-Intelligence and much more, Flemming Funch, better know as Ming the Mechanic has an article about it too.


Tuesday, February 10, 2004 - 01:27 AM

Resonant Guide SchoolForge News has a great article on..."Have you wanted to go to your school and explain why they should use more Open Source Software but not had the time to really sit down and put together a good presentation of why it should? It may have been done for you!


Saturday, December 20, 2003 - 03:20 AM

Resonant Guide To sow the seeds of a global self-organizing, self-propagating infrastructure which allows the creation, discovery, commitment, and fulfillment of meaningful giving opportunities within a trusted environment... Asking the question, "What is the simplest thing I can do which will have the maximum global humanitarian uplift?"


Sunday, November 23, 2003 - 01:06 PM

Resonant Guide To encourage discussions of the methods and approaches we use to move into and out of the social, economic, artistic, political and technical networks we connect to and/or disconnect from. The Version>04: invisibleNetworks convergence mobilizes a diagram of these interconnections, entry and exit points and the transmissions that occur within them. Uncover and open channels of discussion, hidden orders, unseen hands, blackboxes, backdoors, wormholes and access points. Participants in Version>04: invisibleNetworks will function as nodes and hubs in this amorphous system and construct this years' decentralized convergence.


Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 06:29 PM

Resonant Guide Open Law. While the Internet enables faster, more efficient communication, it also introduces an unparalleled level of transparency, or openness, to many traditionally closed processes. Can we balance the benefits of this new openness with its drawbacks?
Open Governance. What is open Internet governance? Internet users have criticized attempts by traditional governing bodies to regulate the Internet, yet even in the absence of official government action the Internet is governed¬óboth by the social norms of Internet users and through its technical architecture, the code that determines how users navigate the space. Given its specific properties, can Internet governance be carried out openly and democratically, with the transparency often demanded of traditional governments?


Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 03:43 PM

Resonant Guide Education, Open Source, Open Access Archives and..collections of free books and textbooks. An exellent example is Schoolforge, a foundry. Where you will find the information, the tools and materials you need to "forge" or make a school and all its parts. All free for the asking (or download), and, in the future, international in content and character, schoolforge is not a place or an organization, but a cause, and a collection of people and projects dedicated to it: bringing quality, affordable and dependable software and teaching materials to the people who need them around the world. As such, it is not a "service" so much as it is a community focal point, which, as much as anything else, represents an opportunity to get involved in one of its aspects.


Thursday, November 06, 2003 - 06:54 PM

Resonant Guide MANAGING KNOWLEDGE: THE NEW FOUNDATION OF SOCIETY OR ANOTHER PASSING FAD? This article reviews the rise and fall of knowledge management, and then examines how the unique logic of knowledge requires organic, self-organizing systems. This more sophisticated approach is used to examine how universities could be transformed.

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