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Paul B. Hartzog
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This is my new publication on Medium.com, where I will be posting things about the future of politics and economics and complex systems and panarchy.

Panarchy 101, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Collapse

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A collection/syllabus/network that seeks to illuminate not only what is collapsing (and why) but, more importantly, what is emerging (and why), as seen through various lenses including complex systems, political & social theory, economics, etc.
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I quite liked this interpretation of Bashō, either 1) if you already have some other edition, or 2) if you just want the "feel" of the work rather than a careful or literal tr...
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Posted a new tune to SoundCloud (Techno). Listen, Download, Comment, Enjoy!
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Time to honor the late great Nate Nielsen (Nnenn) for NNovvember!
The last stage of the sci-fi theme month trifecta is upon us. And NnoVVember is the original theme month. Started in 2008 by the late great Nate "nnenn" Nielson as a personal challenge to post a Vi...
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Years ago my modular thinking programmer brain caused me to propose a LEGO building interoperability standard to Jon Palmer. After a great discussion with some great people the LEGO "Moonbase" standard was born.
Now my brain has done it again with the "8x8x8 Cube" Modular Construction standard. I've started a Flickr group for pictures and discussion: http://www.flickr.com/groups/2580208@N20/
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share this with as many people as you can find Marshall Davis Jones : "Touchscreen"
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Paul B. Hartzog, one of the coiners of the word "panarchy," is an independent scholar and hacker, who has taught at the University of Michigan's School of Information. Recipient of an NSF IGERT to study complex systems, he has a Masters in Globalization and Environmental Politics from the University of Utah, and a Masters in Political Theory from the University of Michigan.  His work on panarchy hybridizes political philosophy / economy, network culture, complex systems, and critical social theory. Paul was a cofounder of The Future Forward Institute and The Forward Foundation, think-tanks dedicated to developing both theory and tools. His work history includes Howard Rheingold, Stanford University, the University of Michigan, and The Institute for the Future. He lives in Asheville, NC, with his wife and two sons.
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