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21C Monday Magazine: Transactions & Transitions
Issue 67  - Mar 16, 2015   http://goo.gl/LTyVzc

"Our entire culture is predicated on the idea that ideas compete openly and fairly in free marketplace(s). This is the essence of democracy. The results of this healthy dynamic tend to be dramatic innovation, efficiency, emergence, productivity, and flourishing."
-- +Jordan Greenhall   http://goo.gl/wvUZeQ


Life in the Village, part 210: Crane Birds
+Pam WhimsicalVintage    http://goo.gl/X3KDqD

Life in the Village, part 208: Corner of Pot Hole Road & Discovery Avenue

"Rain rain go away. It's starting to dry up. Let's hope tomorrow is on. I think the city got most pot holes fixed."
-- +Stacey Blanchard    http://goo.gl/te4ybv

Life in the Village, part 207: Bleeding Heart
+Sherrill Duce    http://goo.gl/4h9vSF

Life in the Village, part 206: Mullaghmore
+Eileen O'Duffy    http://goo.gl/zswkNr

Life in the Village, part 205: How We Spend Our Afternoons
+Zara Altair  &  +Ron Scroggin   http://goo.gl/icidHO

Life in the Village, part 204: First White Rose
+Farinaz Parsay    http://goo.gl/s0EEPC

Life in the Village, part 203: La Plaine, Marseille
+Ooook Barnabé    http://goo.gl/oDg9FZ


"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are."
-- Anaïs Nin   via +Clay Forsberg   http://goo.gl/IpkjGF


"Without autonomy diversity declines, lowering resilience and destroying the richness of life."
-- +Steven Palmer    http://goo.gl/EdNvs4


21C Community: Retail & Suboptimal Placemaking
via +Mick Fealty   http://goo.gl/prRzZO

A mall is a social, immersive artifact with suboptimal placemaking. Increasingly, I hear friends complaining that they have trouble finding restaurants with "character". I usually manage to keep myself from delivering the placemaking enlightenment speech - and suggest we go to a place where they serve food. :)


Drugs & Lifespan
+Adam Black    http://goo.gl/RHAboi

The Four Horsemen
+Brian Koberlein  via +Bruce Marko   http://goo.gl/har13l

Awake yet empty
+Michael Galli    http://goo.gl/cTewm8

Wednesday Addams & True Love
via +Roger James Thornton Brown    http://goo.gl/WURmC8

At the Prancing Pony
+Linda Rogers    http://goo.gl/uozV7l

Wunderkammer
+Dirk Puehl    http://goo.gl/u4ndRM

Time Lost and Regained
Reflections on Proust by +Hoda Maalouf  http://goo.gl/SDptmT

Flit like vanishing wings
+Pietro Montevecchio    http://goo.gl/znFwwB

Pause Between Birdsong
+Mara Rose    http://goo.gl/1ub1Tx

"Fail and stumble your way to to your own greatness in you."
-- +David Frank Gomes   http://goo.gl/73ETVW


21C Design: Hearing for the deaf

"Face your deficiencies and acknowledge them.
But do not let them master you."
-- Helen Keller    via +Ali Adelstein    http://goo.gl/cjIH59

21C Design: Crayon The Grids
via +Hans Youngmann    http://goo.gl/GqlBph

21C Design: Beyond Dystopia
via +Richard Harlos    http://goo.gl/mjDDsp


"One person's vision for his restaurant where people can go to appreciate the music and where he himself can make good friends and converse."
-- +Simon Robinson    http://goo.gl/Q01RNH


21C Literacies: Everything Around You

"When you grow up you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and you're life is just to live your life inside the world. Try not to bash into the walls too much. Try to have a nice family life, have fun, save a little money. That's a very limited life. Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact: Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it, you can influence it… Once you learn that, you'll never be the same again."
-- Steve Jobs via +Adam Scislowicz  http://goo.gl/ANL2Tt

1. How am I looking at things?
2. How can I orient myself in the world in a slightly differen way?
3. How can I unlearn and relearn making decisions?
4. What's my heart telling me is my next step?
5. Can I open up myself and listen to generative feedback from others?


CCTW
‏@Theconnecting:
We are defined in terms of how we respond to our challenges. There is no 'right/wrong" answer. Just more( or less) efficient learning.

‏@johnkellden:
@Theconnecting yes. Play, sense, respond, enact, play, ...

‏@Theconnecting:
@johnkellden Hi John, hope all is well with you. Many changes/events to come over the next 18 months.. ( some are quite "good" relatively)

‏@johnkellden:
@Theconnecting all's well! Increasingly, feeling we're "on track" - though some much needed institutional adjustments.

‏@Theconnecting:
@johnkellden I think we are "on track" but continuing resolution of many heavy distortions will be very disconcerting - growth is hard work


21C Literacies: Social Presencing

"Here is what Lemov sees in the video: he sees Hinton placing herself at the vantage points from which she can best scan the faces of her pupils (“hotspots”). He sees that after she first asks a question, hands that spring up immediately go back down again, in response to an almost imperceptible gesture from Hinton, to give the other children more time to think (“wait time”). He sees her repeat the question so that this pause in the conversation doesn’t slow its rhythm."
-- Ian Leslie  via +Mark Oehlert    http://goo.gl/hmisRU

21C Literacies: Writing Ourselves Happy
via +Giselle Minoli    http://goo.gl/V4UmLt

21C Literacies: Digital Identities And Slicing

"My all time favorite digital identity post is still Bonnie Stewart's 'Digital Identities: Six Key Selves of Networked Publics', from change11 . It was/still is central to my "identity integration" (more gravitas than "who am I anyway?") project."
-- +Vanessa Vaile    http://goo.gl/W22CUf

21C Literacies: Linguistic Analysis Tool
via +Zara Altair  &  +Iblis Bane    http://goo.gl/4WchEi

21C Literacies: Glossary
+Jay Cross   http://goo.gl/ev4ruI


21C Platforms: Automatic of, by and for the People

+Kevin Kelly  :
Larry, I still don’t get it. There are so many search companies. Web search, for free? Where does that get you?

+Larry Page  :
Oh, we’re really making an AI.
http://goo.gl/OGsys9

"We are right now in the early stages of an AI boom, similar in some ways to the dot-com boom of the late nineties. Before long, we will be surrounded by countless applications of artificial intelligence, embedded in most of the services and products we interact with on a daily basis. Most of these applications will be quite narrow and specialized in focus, but not this one that Google is setting out to build. For it to succeed, this AI will need to be general purpose in scope, and it will need to learn from us in a free and scalable way."
-- +Gideon Rosenblatt    http://goo.gl/nYWohE

21C Platforms: Digitizing Everything
+Richard Turnock    http://goo.gl/Wkxo14

21C Platforms: Access, Augment, Advance
via +John Verdon    http://goo.gl/sfgGgg

21C Workflow: Generativity
via +Joe Raimondo    http://goo.gl/dVB3yP

21C Enaction: Beauty Is In The Artists Eye
+David Amerland   http://goo.gl/Du163S


In memory of Ben Woolf
+Marcy Luikart    http://goo.gl/NmsV4K

Here and Now
+Tami Smith    http://goo.gl/gAzGlp

Flow of Time
via +Peter Nena    http://goo.gl/QafZOa

Being In The World
+Donald Lee   http://goo.gl/RLsCpj

Free Dive
via +annie bodnar    http://goo.gl/37W1Jf

Gaia: Plastic Water Bottles
via +Bettina Ascaino    http://goo.gl/Swygzh

Gaia: Archangel Archive
via +Kurt Vega    http://goo.gl/O3W0KK

Gaia: Baby Galapagos Tortoises
via +Brian Fields   http://goo.gl/8eXiWR

The Dangling Conversation
-- Simon & Garfunkel   via +Amelia Hoskins   http://goo.gl/fGhrJz

"We made it? What happened? We happened."
-- John Kellden 


CCG+   CCFB   &  CCTW
-  Conversation Community on Google+   http://goo.gl/hKd8SV
-  Conversation Community on Facebook   http://goo.gl/hDzYo5
-  Conversation Community List on Twitter    http://goo.gl/42hYUX


21C Monday Magazine
Once a week, a curation of Conversation Community member fantabulousness:
http://goo.gl/XaBvMq

21C Monday Magazine  Previous Issues
Issues 1 - 66     http://goo.gl/EluD26


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21C, episode 26: Indra's Net

"In a network, there's a deep listening available, an emergent, constantly morphing, transforming noospheric hum, dance and performance out of a resonant tesselating patterning between ecosystemic characteristics, individual vectors, generative social fields and spacetime folds."
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Individual Vectors
synthesis, selfhood, service, synthesis

Generative Social Fields
Scenius as the emergent, resultant vector out of collective intelligence, and our individual intelligences co-evolving with our boid rules.

Folds
A fold is both a negentropic nexus and a local optimum affording the next stage of the journey through the fitness space.


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Zen of Small Tasks: Tacit Knowledge
 
Happy birthday +Dirk Puehl myfriend. So pleasant to know that each age has its own Tacitus and you’re ours. 

The wise historian walks through the wild lands of history, chasing the shadows that wander with expressions of terror, beauty, magnificence or ignominy.
Subject of history are not the trivialities of our spieces, but the fleeting epiphanies of a demon or a god.
History is the study of the times when an essence is revealed. 

Nicolas Gòmez DÀVILA - Escolios a un texto implícito

#onthisday #nietzsche #strauss #davila
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Gentle +Lynn Keller, pretending to enlighten you would make me unbearably presumptuous. I can simply share my insights with you.
Die Frau ohne Schatten.. it's an unlimited subject. I've never studied it carefully, though I've superficially read the score.
Strauss loved this work more than any other, considering it his greatest achievement. I suspect he loved that opera with the same love with which a father loves his weakest child. He pretended to be too old to conduct Der Rosenkavalier because of its length, but he declared he would be happy to  conduct Die Frau ohne Schatten (which is longer).
Needless to say, it's a work in which his genius and craftmanships shine as ever. Not too difficult to understand that, both in its plot and in its levity, this opera embodied Strauss elective affinity with Mozart. 
Barak's "Mir anvertraut" (act III, from n. 19 on) is one of those moment you'd keep with you on a desert island, but it's not strictly motivic. And this is a flaw (if we may label it as a flaw) that affect the whole opera. 
Die Frau, in my humble opinion, is a wonderful sunset that precedes the astonishing morning of Strauss' second creative season. The one which culminates in Capriccio.

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Zen of Small Tasks: Waking Up
 
Metalogue: #imagineering

#meraki   #autopoieticlift

Autopoiesis
"People waking up, rediscovering themselves is a natural, biological, evolutionary process. During our awakening, we are presented with serendipituous opportunities for #meaningfulconnectivity and to respond and leverage by developing #intelligentbehavior .

This behavior when coordinated through digital platforms and anchored in local communities, can be focussed on rekindling fundamental principles of living systems.

Applying these principles, we can cocreate new artifacts, cultural artifacts and practices and whole future societies operating as resilient villages and regions, inhabited by vibrant, thriving people."

CTA: Call To Action
I've developed a methodology, working name Meraki that can be used to kickstart this I need participants to make this happen.

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Automatic for the People: Play
 
Making music with the machine - robot musician that collaborates on impromptu basis with human musicians now on US concert tour
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Good Afternoon All Fellow Flaneurs

Today, Norrkoping, Sweden.
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All kudos to Gaia for her summer splendour, my trusted HTC One M8, and Pixlr, although I only cropped the original, no other bells and whistles.  :)

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21C, episode 27: Mixtapes

"In a network, we manufacture convivial experience."
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Frame Analysis
"There is a relation between persons and role. But the relationship answers to the interactive system—to the frame—in which the role is performed and the self of the performer is glimpsed. Self, then, is not an entity half-concealed behind events, but a changeable formula for managing oneself during them. Just as the current situation prescribes the official guise behind which we will conceal ourselves, so it provides where and how we will show through, the culture itself prescribing what sort of entity we must believe ourselves to be in order to have something to show through in this manner."
-- Erving Goffman    https://goo.gl/9zrsGn

cf also #enactiveintersubjectivity   &  #infinitegame  

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21C, episode 25: Build, Cocreate, Share

"I am what I create, share and others build on."
-- +john seely brown     https://goo.gl/mQQ7Pj

Media Generative Sequence
converse, weave, publish


Why you need to throw away your first attempt
"Toward the end of the design process for the Lewis Building, there was a need to reduce the floor space by about 4,500 square feet. One of us traveled to Gehry's Santa Monica offices and worked with the project architect, Matt Fineout, on the problem. We first identified those miscellaneous spaces that had to be squeezed into the smaller footprint (tea kitchens, closets, rest rooms, storage areas, and spaces for copiers, fax machines, and printers). There were many constraints to be met including proximity to classrooms and offices, "ownership" by various departments and research centers, and circulation patterns in each area. We went through the floor plans, beginning with the lower level and working our way up to the fifth floor. The process took two days.Working with large sheets of onionskin paper laid on top of floor plans, we would sketch possible arrangements until we had something we all agreed was a good solution. Then we would transfer the arrangement in red pencil onto the plans. Each move of one element affected others and often required backtracking and revising previously located elements. Many times during the two days, we would reach a roadblock where things were just not working out, so we would start with a clean sheet of onionskin and try a different approach. At the end of two days, it was a tremendous sense of accomplishment to have succeeded in locating all the required elements into the reduced floor sizes. We were working at a large table and Matt was leaning far onto it, marking the final changes. As he pushed back from the table, we were joking about how tedious the process had been and how glad we were to have it over. As we joked, Matt gathered all the sheets of onionskin and the marked-up floor plans, stacked them, and then grabbed an edge and tore them in half. Then he crumpled the pieces and threw them in the trashcan in the corner of the room. This was a shock! What was he doing? In a matter-of-fact tone, he said, "We proved we could do it, now we can think about how we want to do it."
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Hi! Tell me a story, then let’s design #winwinwin strategies through Tea House Sequences. I design, build and redesign things - frameworks for examining exam questions, patterns of play turned working strategies and models transformed through #teahousesequences into success recipes.
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Hi! Tell me a story, then let’s design #winwinwin strategies through Tea House Sequences.

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I design, build and redesign things - frameworks for examining exam questions, patterns of play turned working strategies and models transformed through #teahousesequences into success recipes.


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The unique twist with tea house sequences - they afford finding the smallest necessary change as well as enabling an optimal difference with regards to eg quality, investment and outcome.

Learning Objects Combined Into Products and Services
A sizeable part of the things I'm sharing on social platforms is me packaging select parts of what I offer into modular learning objects that can be recombined and repurposed and further packaged into products and services. 

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    Working, winning strategies through #teahousesequence 's. I design, build and redesign things - frameworks for examining exam questions, patterns of play turned working strategies and models transformed into success recipes. Unique Twist The unique twist with tea house sequences - they afford finding the smallest necessary change as well as enabling an optimal difference with regards to eg quality, investment and outcome. Learning Objects Combined Into Products and Services A sizeable part of the things I'm sharing on social platforms is me packaging select parts of what I offer into modular learning objects that can be recombined and repurposed and further packaged into products and services. Any further enquiries about any of this is more than welcome, thanks for reading this far, John
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The ancient Chinese curse or saying — “May you live in interesting times.” — is upon us. We are in the midst of a new revolution fueled by a

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