Voting closed, and the next book for the social.coop reading group will be Jackson Rising: The Struggle for Economic Democracy and Black Self-Determination in Jackson, Mississippi.
"Jackson Rising is a chronicle of one of the most dynamic, but under-documented experiments in radical social transformation taking place in the United States."
Looking forward to learning about Cooperation Jackson.
And with that, I'll pass the hosting baton on to @Matt_Noyes. Cheers!
The new new Linux Journal is now doing something nobody else is: no tracking and privacy invasions of their customers. A respectful relationship. This should be bigger news. http://m.linuxjournal.com/content/help-us-cure-online-publishing-its-addiction-personal-data
about 4 days ago i had this incredibly stupid musical idea and it keep hearing it in my head. it won't go away
so i've had to actually create it
i present to you: the
ELEANOR RIGBY BATTLE THEME
I'm usually underwhelmed by the magic powers that application "wizards" have.
Okay, #SocialCoop, the draft bylaws are now ready for consideration by the full community in Loomio: https://www.loomio.org/d/tB5wveTb/is-this-our-first-official-bylaws-
Slugdge: the band that writes death metal about slugs and mollusks. https://daily.bandcamp.com/2018/03/15/slugdge-esoteric-malacology-interview/
Fedifolks! If you are interested in youth and community development, I would love to connect with you. Especially if you livein Bay Area! Im still struggling with trying to feel like I belong in this space. I cant draw, cant code, but I swear I’m really cool and we should be friends.
Infoshop: **Chelsea Manning: ‘Software developers should have a code of ethics’**
"Whistleblower, activist, and Senate candidate Chelsea Manning spoke extensively at SXSW about the dangers of unchecked data collection and misplaced trust in algorithms. “The algorithms that I worked on in Iraq have found their way into policing…"