I've got mine - thanks, @NewEconomics. Just requires a big bumper!

Ooh super interesting: @JSEntsminger at on the evolution of organizational species.

"We need to become 100% political" says Felipe Duarte of @daostack at . Oh, and there is no such thing as full decentralization, autonomy, or automation.

Bringing the gospel of feminist economics to the @dgovearth node at the , @staccop2p talks DisCOs and carework.

I love it when lines like this make it into the newspaper. Thank you, Sister Helen. nyti.ms/2KFmIe1

At the @slowfood festival in Denver, a panel on "The Radical Power Shift of Cooperatives"!

The first Denver @radicalxchange meetup starting now! (The blue foot is one of our local electeds.)

The@denverpost as gig economy platform, 1915.

Go Michael McHugh on the latest from the @platformcoop Consortium at the Beyster Institute!

The baby in the reflection is mightily taken by Lucas Foglia's fire at @cuartmuseum.

Really good book so far. Thank you @maggiehagerman.

Colorado employee ownership leader @jkbriggs asks a great question of ESOP execs: how much do mainstream management books apply to you?

I love @theselc's adorable new zine on why California should legalize home-based food business for co-ops, nonprofits, and local governments.

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