@edsu Oh yes! Thank you! I was actually looking for that page earlier but couldn't find it. Will do.

@ntnsndr Excellent! It’s on my to-do list to read when I get a bit of time.

@ntnsndr @clhendricksbc I like this for two related reasons. I spent a lot of time and energy getting a PhD in philosophy. I don't think it was a waste of time and productive leisure is a way to articulate why. And, bringing in platform coops suggests a way for technology to play a positive role in a field like philosophy. Not just an expensive VLE that doesn't even work well.

@twsh @clhendricksbc Glad it seems useful and resonant with your experience. And thank you for your annotations!

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