The Internet Archive is celebrating its 25th anniversary:

I noticed that while there have been many "captures" of the page, none of the videos seem to play back.

As an experiment I used Rhizome's Conifer/Webrecorder to record the page including its videos, exported the WARC file, and embedded it on my static website using the web component:

A few little reflections on @thechosentv, which maybe you have noticed I can't get out of my head. A few categories of reasons:

* economic
* theological
* personal

Interesting reflection from @nycmesh on why they're not drawn to crytpo/tokenized incentives.

@Matt_Noyes Which level (how many participants) is our subscription?

Awesome introduction to @agreementengine, one of the crazy experiments we're doing at @metagov_project:

"This is the primary defining characteristic of a community-owned platform: less investor ownership."

Really useful essay by @austinrobey_ on how to make good on the "ownership economy":

I talked to Matt Epperson today. He works at Savvy Coop. I am surprised to find a coop in this domain: they enable medical patients to get paid to work with pharmaceutical companies.

In case you don't subscribe to the Catholic Worker (sorry, not digital), here's the new/old article on the great Fr. Albert McKnight!

It doesn't say much on his incredible leadership in the co-op movement, but Elias from @SolidarityHall rectifies that:

This blog post about patent trolling is yet another reason to adore Boulder-area darling @sparkfun:

☕ I'm going to hold a Community Cafe session:

🥕 Hands on introductory session about Karrot community organising tool: "Start a group, become a community" --> @karrot

📅 6th July (2021-07-06) - i.e. Tuesday next week

⏲️ 9am West Coast USA
⏲️ 12pm East Coast USA
⏲️ 5pm London
⏲️ 18:00 Central Europe

☎️ call link TBC

👬 Pinging people who might be interested @Matt_Noyes @neil @dazinism @kawaiipunk @ntnsndr @mariha @bhaugen

👥 have a play!

I want to appreciate Tom Perriello's rebuke to the Catholic bishops, but I keep feeling so stuck on the opening anecdote.

Please please: boycotting communion hurts yourself--and those of us who stay.

We miss you! The bishops probably don't.

New from me and @MannanMorshed in @Wired: all of a sudden Uber and Airbnb are wishing they were co-ops. We need more options for startups to .

So fun to hear friends @rhyslindmark and @caspertk talking to each other!

The Rhys Show: #87 Casper ter Kuile: How Religion Is Changing

Love the trickery with the Lord's Prayer; it is really a "model prayer" to play with!

It's always fun to see a big company like Apple make an announcement of a "new" feature that non-commercial, community-driven apps have been doing forever.

In this case, the innovation is disabling email tracking, which Thunderbird and FairEmail do by default.

Just got @lineageos 17 running on @myteracube beautifully. So much easier than on Samsung phones. Awesome to see a company that tries to make hacking easier.

Can you join a call this Saturday with other Social.Coop members for a conversation about who we are, what have been doing, and where we want to go?

Have you read about [[exit to community]]?

It is a new model for startup "graduation" that focuses on integration with the community.

My response to @GuerillaOntologist's post on the new California gig-worker co-op bill:

"it's a conversation that I think should begin from a posture of constructive critique, not dismissive ridicule."

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