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Jan Herder
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Yeah! Vermont Senate approves GMO Labeling: " Earlier today the Vermont Senate made history by giving preliminary approval to the nation’s first GMO labeling bill that does not rely on other states to take action before it goes into effect."  #GMO #organic 
The poll results from the Castleton Polling Institute for VTDigger show 79 percent of respondents support a law to require the labeling of foods that contain genetically modified ingredients.
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maybe he is trying to catch the last wave?
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For now... I see Big Blue in this kind of area.
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There are some amazing examples of the economy transforming in front of very eyes.  CreativeLive, Craftsy, Sympoz. I don't see anyone doing this with Math? +Joe Corneli and +david pinto 
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There is certainly an opportunity, and I believe you can grab it.
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Hi, I wanted to share the draft of a project we are working on as part of the Accelerator: 'SOLE Out of the Box', which is a companion piece to the Handbook chapter 'P2P SOLE'. I'm including the Google Doc link. If you would like to edit ping me. Otherwise I would be delighted for feedback and criticisms/ideas/comments. Heartfelt thanks to +Joe Cornelli, +John Glass and +Charles Danoff for their inputs thus far.
The document is a bit messy as we are trying to get it together for a education business plan competition. So please  bear that in mind.     
     Looking over the posts here I see +Jon Blossom's Nkommo project. It seems that a venture such as he describes would nest nicely in a SOLE Out of the Box iteration. It looks like a great example of directions p2p learners as entrepreneurs can go given some facilitation.
   
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Thanks for that article on Open Space Technology - very bookmarked and enjoyed it thoroughly!
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when you can't the get the bed hot enough: hit it with stage lights!
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I see you have some common members like +John Glass and +Dorotea Mar with peeragogy.org. A hangout is something to consider, as we all look for that magic network that works best for each of us. I will learn more about your work as I just discovered it. Signal to noise is hard to find in the din, as Dorotea says
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"we pay our students to learn." And that my friends is the ultimate edu start up
 
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Yeah, but every time there is a natural disaster in the world or some butcher tyrant starts invading other countries and killing innocents where are the Danes? Sitting in their classrooms while America takes care of business. That's why we can't afford to be pampered like you...
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Diana Reiss, Peter Gabriel, Neil Gershenfeld and +vint cerf  issue a #Call for #makers and the Interspecies Internet.
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Disruption ala Brian Solis

Relevant to our discussion in #peeragogy  
"Solis says that innovating for the next ten years will be part problem-solving, part design-thinking. But there are four aspects you should apply when you set out to create something, in order they are:
Empathy (the why)
Context (the connected world in which you are building something)
Creativity (in your approach to problem-solving)
Logic (the rationality to test what you have created)"
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Production Manager, Designer, Facilitator
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  • Johnson State College
    Adjunct Instructor, 1990 - present
  • Johnson State College
    Director Of Dibden Center for the Arts, 1988 - present
  • 3DE4E
    Facilitator, 2009 - 2013
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Passionate about sustainability and leveraging new learning technologies for emergence
Introduction
I love exploring and networking. I am fascinated with using emerging technologies for learning and teaching. I administer a Performing Arts Center at a small liberal arts college and created an Associates in Technical Theater Degree which supports the 100% student run Center, using an experiential, productivity centered, hybrid learning model.  
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Winner of Challenge 2 in the Naples 2.0 Social Innovation Competition: Sustaing the Baths at Fuorigrotta. I enjoy designing and have built a number of houses, boats and Stage Scenery. I have logged with horses, worked in Second life with folks from the Dominican Republic applying Web 2.0 and virtual worlds in an ICT4D context
Education
  • Connecticut College
    Hisory/Philosophy, 1975 - 1978
  • University of Washington
    Certificate in Virtual Worlds, 2009 - 2009
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