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  1. Oct 2020
    1. i forget a few weeks back i forget if i'm even getting the acronym right or wrong but somebody brought up this gpl3 or some sort of ai library and there was an interesting article that started floating around that was 01:48:14 entirely written by this uh algorithm i don't know if others have read it but it's it's kind of interesting because it was an ai trying to convince you in its own writing that it's will never be capable of say taking over 01:48:27 the world or something like that i'll try and find it and share it if anyone's interested
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    1. Every project should have some “problem statements”

      This sounds like a pattern language too, that's how they are built. The patterns have a basic template, for example https://peeragogy.github.io/practice.html#pattern-template has context, problem, solution...

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  16. robertbest.federated.wiki robertbest.federated.wiki
    1. This is just a page note, and will work good for commenting on pages.

  17. May 2017
    1. An opportunity arises for interested NICs to connect and collaborate in a NIC of NICs, or MetaNIC, for collectively improving core capabilities like DKRs. This introduces an accelerative multiplier for member NICs and their constituent NICs.1g One type of MetaNIC will have special strategic significance – a NIC whose focus for improvement would be improving the development and utilization of DKRs. I would encourage many such NICs to explore this frontier.
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    1. Roland Legrand

      I know this guy

    2. politicians gain power through social media. Take Donald Trump, or someone like Bernie Sanders. They surfing on a wave of anger, one already more successful than others.

      is this right?

    1. Left-hand move. In Dialogue Mapping, you typically map from left-to-right. For example, you have a question, you list possible answers to those questions to the right, etc. Often, group insights / convergence happen when a group realizes that there's a more fundamental question than the ones they've been trying to answer. That question is placed to the left of the current discussion, hence the term, "left-hand move." To me, the ability to get to these core questions — i.e. making left-hand moves — is one of the fundamental qualities of a skillful facilitator / leader.
    1. Finally we come to the One Law of Open Space. It is a law only in the sense that all participants must observe it or the process will not work. We call it the Law of Two Feet. Briefly stated, this law says that every individual has two feet, and must be prepared to use them. Responsibility for a successful outcome in any Open Space Event resides with exactly one person -- each participant. Individuals can make a difference and must make a difference. If that is not true in a given situation, they, and they alone, must take responsibility to use their two feet, and move to a new place where they can make a difference. This departure need not be made in anger or hostility, but only after honoring the people involved and the space they occupy. By word or gesture, indicate that you have nothing further to contribute, wish them well, and go and do something useful.

      Law of Two Feet

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