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In a well functioning community there is neither individual success not individual failure

If we are members of the same community, then just as with the outcomes, so too with praise and blame: It belongs to everyone — you and I are equally responsible for whatever happens. Continue reading

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Far More Important than Self-Motivation or Self-Esteem is the Ability to Support and Encourage Others

Too many people worry about how to deal with their own lives… — and not enough take into consideration how much of an impact they themselves can have on the lives of others. Continue reading

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Selflessness can also be a sickness

Being selfless is not always good. If you neglect yourself, your own feelings, your own ideas (basically the essential parts of yourself), then you thereby harm yourself and also the people around you. It is not good to care only … Continue reading
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Old Scene, New Scene: How to move from Particular Proper Names + Intellectual Property towards the Cult of the Commons via Common / Natural Language

I don’t believe in Beatles. In “God“, John Lennon disavows belief in many things — and most of these things are things that many do believe in fanatically… they are essentially old-fashioned cults. I would like to contrast these with … Continue reading
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The Exclusive Web

You’ve may have heard of the term “walled garden” before, but in my opinion before saying “yay” or “nay” to an open vs. a closed web, it makes sense to figure out what is being talked about — and I … Continue reading Continue reading

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I don’t usually “give away”, I prefer to enjoy the community engagement of sharing the same space

Jean Russel has some interesting questions: How do you decide what to give away? When is it worth it? How do you do your cross-capital forms accounting? If there are no shared goals or ideals, then I would probably remain … Continue reading Continue reading

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Every Website Brand

Today, it seems to me that every website brand is bland… — like every grain of sand. I am well aware that this is an over-generalization — but what is the use of arguing whether this generalization applies to 99% … Continue reading Continue reading

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