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Added mentions of to articles about "France", "Canada", "19th century", "Victorian age", "Progressive Era" and "The History Of The United States".

The articles combined have an average of 350 000 visitors a month, so hopefully this will help raise awareness.

Any other Wikipedians or who would like to become one?

Could be a nice community activity for , perhaps something to consider with the Reading Group at some point?

I hear social.coop isn't taking new members? I've been a little unplugged the past few weeks but what's happening there?

Anyone know of a manufacturing ? I'm looking to get embroidery for like 50 jackets. I know Opportunity Threads is a cool one, but they seem like they only do large orders

The organization I work for is doing an all staff retreat in . Anyone know of good catering coops there? Or coffee coops? Or restaurants for events? I'm looking to coop-ify the whole week

Just got to the section in Anand Giridharadas’s Winners Take All. I love when books that have gained a lot of mainstream attention talk about coops!!!

hello social.cooperators of . Suggestions, offers and introductions v welcome: I'll be in in the next 2 weeks & in late Oct. I'd love to meet people and also wlt have a sofa to sleep on in any of those places. Here's what I'm up to: www.leedscath.wixsite.com/northamericantour Thanks all 🙂

Hey coffee drinkers! Anyone know of affordable but still fairly produced coffee? Struggling trying to buy ethical products while sticking to a budget

Positive folk of Mastodon, I want to share a tradition of mine with you.

Each week, we my wife and I write a note with good things that happened throughout the week. We then add these notes to a year.

On #NewYearsEve, we empty the jar and read about the amazing year we had. It's obviously great to finish/start a year this way, but it's also nice as it "forces" us to contemplate the last week and appreciate the good things that happened, even when things were stressful or felt very mundane.

Startup creeps aren't accidentally reinventing libraries and buses. They're very deliberately inventing libraries and buses that poor people aren't allowed to use.

Hey all, my name is Hunter and this is my . I've just joined this instance of mastodon and am excited to participate. I attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL in pursuit of a mathematics degree. I also volunteer at the Civic Media Center here, a street library and safe gathering space. I am excited to meet you all and hope to learn what it is like to work in a cooperative setting so that I can apply it elsewhere towards a more free and equitable society.

Anybody heard about Valve and their company model? Looks like some strange stuff was going on down there and it's getting press. Maybe something the community should be aware of...

pcgamer.com/ex-valve-employee-

Okay, let's say I want to start a tech cooperative. Where do I even start?

"Everything is connected,
everything changes,
pay attention." - the dharma in 7 words

Call for Papers!
Circular Thinking in Sustainable HCI: Revisiting the Link Between Invention And Disposal ➡️ bit.ly/2LfRsS7 #sustainability #circulardesign

Last stop on my year of researching ! I’m in . Anyone here and/or know cool coops or orgs that would be interested in meeting?

Deactivated my facebook and instagram accounts today ;)

Inspired by some friends who taught me strategies for reducing my . Check out and if you're interested!

humanetech.com/

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social.coop

social.coop is a a coop-run corner of the fediverse, a cooperative and transparent approach to operating a social platform. We are currently closed to new memberships while we improve our internal processes and policies, and plan to re-open to new folks when that work is complete. [9/2/2018]