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Tips for Bicycle Workshops wanted.

Our large co-op housing projekt (250 pers.) is working on a(n almost) car free mobility concept.

An important part of this is the Bicycle Workshop. I'd be glad to hear of your experiences of what did and didn't work with your community workshop.

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The members of my democratic cloud org, @mayfirst, just voted to reorganize as a co-op. MF already operates more cooperatively than many co-ops, but now it's official, complete with a new domain name: mayfirst.coop

This article is about successful community justice after a sexual assault in an intentional community.

geo.coop/story/effective-commu

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Remember this chestnut from Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google at time?

"We don't need you to type at all. We know where you are. We know where you've been. We can more or less know what you're thinking about"

That was nearly 9 years ago.

theregister.co.uk/2010/10/04/g

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Halfway through the translation & serial publication of Solidarity Economy Roads.

I have a liberapay account if you'd like to support my work. liberapay.com/MNoyes/

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Co-op friends -- please sign and boost this petition in support of the people working at Park Slope Food Co-op who have formed a union.

coworker.org/petitions/park-sl

Looking for news and came across this:

meadowlakenow.com/2019/06/07/c

I didn't think Canadians needed to do fundraisers to cover medical expenses...🤔

GEO member Ajowa Ifateyo and other members of Limited-Equity in Washington, DC talk about the benefits of a model that puts human needs above financial profit:

youtu.be/OrGHJsjkyPs?t=18

Any suggestions for an alternative to SurveyMonkey that allows more than 10 questions on a survey? Ideas? (I looked at Framaforms but it appears to be exclusively in French)

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