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  1. Jan 2024
    1. four examples of de-siloing,

      for - de-silo examples

      examples - de-silo - Battle of Seattle - Occupy Wallstreet - Keystone XL - Labour and Climate

    2. grassroots listening projects

      for - de-silo - grassroots listening project

    3. a crucial reason for movements to de-silo, cooperate, and converge is

      for - de-silo purpose

      • a crucial reason for movements to de-silo, cooperate, and converge is
      • from a perception of the possibility of - gaining power to affect problems
        • through greater cooperation and
        • mutual support
    4. for - Great Transition Initiative - GTI - GTI - How to de-silo movements

      title - How to De-Silo Movements author - Jerry Brecher date - Jan 2024

  2. Oct 2023
    1. Passer d’une « logique du mistigri » à une logique de coopération



  3. Feb 2023
  4. Dec 2022
    1. Not a hard silo quit of Twitter, but shows heavy preparation.

      Just surpassed 130 thousand followers on Mastodon (link in bio). Would be thrilled for you to join us there.

      — Robert Reich (@RBReich) December 5, 2022
      <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
  5. Nov 2022
    1. From a technical point of view, the IndieWeb people have worked on a number of simple, easy to implement protocols, which provide the ability for web services to interact openly with each other, but in a way that allows for a website owner to define policy over what content they will accept.

      Thought you might like Web Monetization.

  6. Oct 2022
  7. May 2022
    1. We believe that Facebook is also actively encouraging people to use tools like Buffer Publish for their business or organization, rather than personal use. They are continuing to support the use of Facebook Pages, rather than personal Profiles, for things like scheduling and analytics.

      Of course they're encouraging people to do this. Pushing them to the business side is where they're making all the money.

    1. It's the feedback that's motivating A-list bloggers like Digg founder Kevin Rose to shut down their blogs and redirect traffic to their Google+ profiles. I have found the same to be true.

      This didn't work out too well for them did it?

  8. Mar 2022
    1. https://opml.glitch.me/

      Get websites and RSS Feeds of the people you follow on Twitter. Import the OPML-file with your favorite feedreader. Examples: Feedly, Inoreader Tiny Tiny RSS, NewsBlur.

  9. Jan 2022
    1. Still, link-in-bio companies have built-in risks that can make the idea of them sticking around for the long term feel like a fantasy. They rely almost entirely on Instagram and TikTok for their traffic. If the two platforms wanted to, they could replicate many of the new tools that link-in-bio companies have rolled out. “Instagram’s specialty is figuring out other third-party services that are building things on top of their platform and then duplicating those services themselves,” Haberman said. For example, after Instagram users began posting affiliate links to Amazon and other e-commerce sites in order to earn a commission from the products they hype, the platform introduced its own affiliate tool that keeps users from leaving Instagram.

      Regardless of what third party businesses do, they'll always be at the mercy of the major platforms. And as a result, the users that rely on them will always be stuck in an arms race.

  10. Jul 2021
  11. May 2021
    1. Nuzzel has been one of the few apps I've truly loved. It's been great for discovery. It's one of the very few I use every day and it's one of only three apps that I allow to give me notifications on my phone.

      I'm devastated....

  12. Feb 2021
  13. Jan 2021
    1. Yet however safe and siloed Western e-retailing may appear to be, it is now unlikely that it will become the world’s dominant mode of shopping.

      Siloed: A system, process, department, etc. that operates in isolation from others.

  14. Oct 2016
    1. Artificially Slow UI 2016-07-06 The UX Secret That Will Ruin Apps For You Facebook actually slows down its interface to make users feel safe, a Facebook spokesperson confirmed in an email.... various services on the web including travel sites, mortgage engines, and security checks are all making a conscious effort to slow down their omnipotent minds because our puny human brains expect things to take longer.... companies introduce what Kowitz calls an "artificial waiting" pattern into their interfaces. These are status bars, maybe a few update messages, to construct a facade of slow, hard, thoughtful work, even though the computer is done calculating your query. Another good reason to use your own tools (if it's faster than expected, you feel accomplished, not distrusting), or at least re-use indieweb software etc. that others are selfdogfooding because you know they won't be (or there's at least less chance of them) deliberately slowing it down.