@lynnesbian Wow I thought the EFF were better than that
@GuerillaOntologist WorX maybe! It's that kind of thing I'm after rather than books. Thanks for the suggestions!
@RobinHood This is why I say "succulent" at every opportunity
I'm surprised there aren't any #coop print-on-demand services (like printful) or e-commerce storefronts (like gumroad or shopify). Well, I'm not really that surprised. I guess this is my roundabout way of asking if there are <those things>, and I just can't find them?
*When someone asks me what's the fediverse*
"You see, it's like our oceans. We've got the Pacific, Artic, Indian, but all of them are just filled with the same water.
We've got Mastodon, Pleroma, Pixelfed, they all are connected the same way, but contains different sorts of species, different currents, different names at different places.
you don't know where exactly each ocean ends, but everything is filled with the same lovely people, mate"
http://bit.ly/2AY3QD2 Cooperative Marketing + Promo Group forming to serve small cooperatives and women led businesses.
The plan is to put together a group of people with the skills to build marketing campaigns for coops etc.
The goal is to put together a few inexpensive packages for smaller businesses to choose from as a monthly subscription service.
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Good longread by the Intercept about the infiltration of the DAPL resistance movement by private security firms, and the damage it causes.
Worker Cooperatives Are More Productive Than Normal Companies | The Nation https://www.thenation.com/article/worker-cooperatives-are-more-productive-than-normal-companies/
#worker #workerowned #coop #coops
Reworking this piece a bit to remove the computed gradient and improve the colours. Not sure what direction to go with the colours though...
@Graham_Mitchell Been a while myself. Apparently the place nearly shut down!
Cork at Dusk - prints available from my RedBubble shop
Pixel artist and indie game dev.
I'm on social.coop to learn about and consider joining coops and platform coops related to game & software development
social.coop is a cooperatively-run corner of the Fediverse. The instance is democratically governed by its members, who generally share an interest in the co-op model, but topics of discussion range widely.
Our instance is supported by sliding scale contributions of $1-10/mo made via Open Collective. You must have an active Open Collective account to apply for membership; you may set one up here