- #event https://www.eventbrite.com/e/render-tools-for-thinking-tickets-387188961607
- #go https://www.betaworks.com/event/render-tools-for-thinking#livestream-section
- organized by betaworks
I'll be scribing live, let's see how it goes :)
- If you're viewing this on anagora.org, you can join in and take notes in the public document ("stoa") below.
- I'll use one section below per session; I'll probably only do one or two live though.
- plexus will be used here (hadn't heard of it)
- see also tools for thought (a different group/term, but with some overlapping members)
- john borthwick jerry michalski
- How can a computer be a better tool for thinking?
- The word information -> better forming our minds.
- How to take all the ideas of a flow of information and analyzing them as they influence the world.
- What can we do with well tuned datasets??
- open protocols
- all the data could be owned by people contributing it, against the recent trend towards silos
Associative thinking; scaffolding them together; let them simmer in our brains.
- Taking a walk, going to sleep.
- Scaffold, then sleep.
- was introduced to his now wife as the biggest brain on the internet, high expectations :)
#push thebrain ~ the brain
- #push jerry's brain
- one million thoughts
- dioramas out of toothpicks
hypercard could have been the future (might be still!)
- bubble charter
- long standing addiction to the tool
- team mode is not what he'd like
- how to allow different people to use different tools, yet still create an aggregated insight
- we're dumber than we normally would be
- two more points
- civilizational aspect to this
- first thing recorded was theatre
- john borthwick
- #push readwise
john borthwick where do you see us by the end of the decade?
- belief that there will be a lot of change in this space
- when they started, evernote was the most popular request -- that's changed a lot since then
on a macro level
- (missed one beat here I think)
paradigm shift with #push notion (2017-2020), block based architecture
- other innovation: multiplayer
- then #push roam (blew up in 2021), first somewhat mainstream graph database
- then many tools coming online, but no clear next item of big innovation
- why did evernote get stuck?
one of the promises of the internet:
- you can just build anything, no need to ask for permission (if you have the basic resources, etc.)
- notion raised VC, a million or two before going mainstream
- roam raised very little before really growing
#push readwise didn't want to raise any money, unsure of the venture scale
- started charging a monthly fee for a consumer product (shock! :)), now can support a small team
- if you don't have the enterprise use case and are consumer based instead, it's unclear how sustainable you can be a priori (-> in the current landscape; but that might be ripe for a change, enough people want a way out of walled gardens, want a choice.)
- anki for writing?
how does this compare to gpt-3 generation? asker feels that AI based suggestions aren't really that great
- can't speak about better/worse, but for some people this might feel easier
- core thesis for ai
- john borthwick many silos enforcing separation between ideas; also a risk of being fascinated by the technology or the tool
- uncanny valley
- one company is controlling ebooks and is making it hard to innovate (if I got that right?)
- bet: innovation more likely either on podcast side or text to speech
- john borthwick the downsides of silos
#q over the last n years the tools for thought space has been changing; how has usage of your tool changed with that?
- started with srs
- started with kindle highlights, disentangling and making useful
- there was a period when people thought they would do anything in a particular tool, like roam
at some point they asked: what's the number one feature we need to implement to actually make money, charge for it?
- evernote was the first big one, that would not be the case before
- the user of twitter has helped advance the space
- #q if you did enterprise, what would you do?
#q on information density are people reading slower? it takes twice as long to listen than to read
- attention is more often split when listening
- less information absorbed when people are listening
- are you able to unplug and read for, say, 20 minutes?
"throw all your technology away, go into a cottage and read paper"
- the problem can probably be solved this way, but that's not feasible actually
- "fight technology with technology"
- maybe it's good to be able to read on your smartphone, how do you accomplish that?
- emergent reading (?)
- #q it seems you're in the position of owning the plumbing: can you lean into that, are you blocked by the players in this space?
john borthwick on the knowledge blob: it should be transportable
- they had to come up with their own core abstractions when developing their reading app.
- why don't we build on top of a block architecture]]?
"like it was the fashion at the time" :)
- metaphor from user feedback: no, it doesn't really work, it's too soupy (?)
- it felt "too liquid"
- how to turn fluid thoughts into coherent text
- document ~ doc
meaning exchange for knowledge blobs
- notes that you take while reading
- when you want to read a 120 tweet thread, you actually want to see that as a document that you can annotate as a whole
- #q on the toolchain aspect of the plumbing: love how you can jump from tool to tool. How much effort do you put into customizing the ingestion engines? On the Enterprise side: would love readwise for slack :)
#q Use cases in education; have you been thought about getting involved with schools? Have you thought about the impact of adoption by students who could be forced to use it? :)
Education just hasn't been something they've been successful at, haven't found a way to penetrate that field.
- -> hypothes.is collaboration?
- Education just hasn't been something they've been successful at, haven't found a way to penetrate that field.
gordon brander on subconscious
- (87 people watching at this point in time)
- actually talking about something on a larger scale than subconscious
- the internet is already a tool for thought
- we've gone through sense making crises several times on a historical level
we're going through another and we'll need to get through it
- planet scale challenges
- #push flanbook
- #push agora protocol
- some of the old dreams:
- took some time off here to post about this to social networks: gordon brander is building an agora! they don't call it that, but that doesn't matter. It looks technically advanced too.
memos are a really flexible data structure
- (super-thoughts? preceded them?)
- very generic content: they are essentially envelopes that can carry anything
- envelope has:
- ucan authorizes apps to manage data on your behalf
- sphere servers are superpeers. personal ipfs gateways.
- (missed the first minute)
jerry michalski with howard rheingold
- how do communities work? how do we get smarter humans?
- pass the floor
- (split screen with jerry's brain)
- palo alto research center
went there for alan kay's article for scientific american
- microelectronics in the personal computer
- if you weren't in xerox parc you just didn't have what he showed on screen
then time magazine making the personal computer person of the year
- the steves standing on the shoulders of giants
- it didn't come from defense contractors, it didn't come from corporations, it cames from individuals who used what institutions provided to build tools for thinking
- (missed one name here or two, check recording)
- von neumann
- alan turing
- led him to create.
- vannevar bush memex
howard rheingold on licklider 1960
- -> shame I can't read Jerry's brain here, I didn't know this name at first clearly :)
- (echo/feedback issues)
- J.C.R. Licklider got a position (which one?), had read Douglas Engelbart.
licklider has a psychologist on staff
- later involved in microdosing experiments?
#q jerry michalski what from the original vision has worked (and maybe we take for granted) and what hasn't (yet)?
- pointing and clicking
- shared notebook for people working on projects was part of the original demo
- tried going with organizations where these tools didn't work out, but the vision was as follows
- #push works
- vision was an integrated toolkit
- note taking apps, rapid learning apps
#q howard rheingold do you think of the brain as a way to think or a tool? (check?)
- Jerry thinks of it as photoshop for ideas
- (Demo bridging several nodes to cholera.)
- Putting all nodes side by side in a single tool (interface) is instrumental.
- thebrain's flexibility is one of the most attractive factors.
howard rheingold it externalizes your memory
- the magic number 7
- offloading leading going to higher levels of abstraction
- thinking visually w.r.t. the network of connections leads to a new framework of thought that would be otherwise difficult to hold in our minds at once
-> Howard wrote books before some of these tools; his office was plastered with papers and notes
- Stacks of notes that could be moved around.
- Ability to externalize was there; the ability to think with symbolic items.
- expressive capacity
- different tools have different expressive capacity
- when cad was new, it lacked a lot of the features it has now
- when shopping for a tool, it's hard to figure out which features we need a priori
some tools are very workflow opinionated, very rigid
- e.g. tools that enforce color coding
#q jerry michalski you set out to explore these tools and report back; what did you learn from your journeys?
- howard rheingold throughout history, we see that people who use tools find things to do with them
the internet is a good example: there is a myth that it was created as a bomb proof communication medium.
- actually packet switching was created for that purpose
- which was then adopted for the internet
- people like licklider knew of the need to network to exchange information
- researchers started using the network to talk about things like science fiction
- bob taylor: lesser known but very important character
- researchers supported the emerging community
- intergalactic network
- the model of an expert who broadcasts knowledge isn't as useful as a group or community of people who are learning together ~ colearning
#q jerry michalski on the problem of assigning truth values (paraphrasing, check)
- daughter started using search engines to do homework
- had to explain that up until now when teachers assigned a book, there were a number of authorities participating in that assignment (and could potentially act as gatekeepers)
- technology is advancing so fast that fake info risks becoming uncontrollable
- who do you trust? can you adopt their lists (adopt their trust)?
- sift if you're trying to check the veracity of that webpage, get off that webpage
- jerry michalski
#q On misinformation/disinformation. Politically: what's your view on the human mind itself, thinking of it as self-reinforcing loops? if you have a personal belief and you may or may not reinforce it.
- confirmation bias: more attuned to evidence that supports what we already believe
- the role of emotion and attachment
- don't know the answer to how to solve these tensions
- how to pull in the right people into the right discussions/contexts
human prejudices which keep us from learning things that we have not been yet trained to learn
- doesn't mean we won't discover ways to work around that
- we have to think of the strong connections between artifacts, language, metodology, training as they enable us to understand the psychology of the individual and the group
- experts on the well (sp?) is still around
- #push agora
- jerry michalski
#q is there a place for authority figures without going back to gatekeeping
- howard rheingold authority figure can be a loaded term
- authority of the text: how much you can trust the text, and the person
- teaching experience: social media
there's a place for authority and for questioning authority
- questioning is even more important now that we have fewer gatekeepers
jerry michalski the great transformation
- "don't ever read this book"
- critique of polanyi
- how do we steer away from radicalization as it's endorsed/enabled by corporate platforms?
#q (missed the gist of question about tools for thought, check)
- howard rheingold standard psychological tests with people and substituted a computer or cartoon rendition of a person or a computer voice: people attribute human qualities to things that computers do
- we have not evolved to make a distinction between synthetic and organic voices
- understanding our limitations can lead to working around them
one problem with teaching critical thinking:
if you teach questioning authority, they will question:
- ...and they tend not to like that :)
- when do you teach it? is elementary school too early?
- if you teach questioning authority, they will question:
#q michael thank you for your book. Two pieces to the description earlier of analog thinking extension: (...). How do those map, or not, to digital tools?
experiments with new interfaces
- move blocks around and change the computer landscape
book: the extended mind
- there's a lot of research that shows that teachers who use gestures are more effective teachers
- our bodies and how we manipulate forms in space communicate a way of thinking
jerry michalski sometimes a computer can slow you down and ask: how are you feeling right now? there's many processes (e.g. somatic) ongoing; slowing down and becoming mindful can help you become aware of them.
- physiological responses to new information.
- can we find that moment and call it out? offer a chance to slow down then, going deeper?
jerry michalski there are people who are aware of their heartbeat and people who aren't
- stock brokers: people who are aware of their heartbeat make better financial decisions (I think; the stream cut out for 10s)
- experiments with new interfaces
#q what's the more psychoactive experience you've had with a computer?
howard rheingold talked way into xerox parc, got access to an alto computer with a 5mb hard disk
- being able to move a paragraph around without retyping a page (!)
- "it was blissful" :D
- "it was not just a way to manipulate information, I could think better with it"
- computer programming does this with abstraction
what people did early online, late 1980s, people took psychedelics and chatted online
- lerl (sp?)
- took lsd again at some point, put on google earth and had a realization that what google was doing was building an ai
- howard rheingold talked way into xerox parc, got access to an alto computer with a 5mb hard disk
#q what do you think about tools for thought for modeling, simulations
- (had to context switch but this sounded interesting)
- Have to drop out for the day by now to prep dinner and start winding down for the night :)
Tools for Thinking
Defining Tools for Thinking is important.
So is mapping the territory. Jerry has created one map in his Brain.
Mathew's notes on Revive conference: Gordon Brander demos Subconscious
- see RENDER: Tools For Thinking conference
- I'm using different note-taking tools to scribe different conference sessions - this Hedgedoc was automatically created by flancian's an agora page for the conference
- The idea we have in the Fellowship of the Link is that all the notes by all the scribes are somehow interlinked in a shared second brain, hence the wikilinks in these notes
- I've been enjoying Gordon Brander's enewsletter for a while, so I'm really looking forward to his demo. I'm way behind properly processing his content, tho - everything I LikeThinkDo tagged Gordon Brander: https://myhub.ai/@mathewlowry/?tags=gordon+brander
- I'm looking to riff off this in search of insights meaningful to me as I explore this space, write a chapter in Ivo Velithckov's book on Personal Knowledge Graphs, and develop my ideas for myhub.ai
Noosphere: worldwide PKG
What would it take to make the internet a useful thinking tool?
Sensemaking crisis during planetwide crisis. We didnt get a global brain from the internet because "apps trap thoughts" - caused by fundamental internet architectural idea: "same origin security model": each app its own Universe. Needed: protocol for thoughts.
what is Noosphere:
- Open source project, cofunded by mozilla and ipfs.
- Ambition: create low-level p2p infrastructure, like http
- decentralised over ifps
- priotises user ownership, yet multiplayer
- belongs to everyone: you can do whatever you want
what does it do
- local first file sync
- change hilstory a la git
- cross-app transclusions & backlinks
- user-owned data backpack - take your data with you
- self-soverign social graph - you own what you put into it
- lots of copies to keep stuff safe (content addressing)
Layering onto ipfs:
- human friendly names for ipfs hashtags:
- signing with UCAN-authorized key
- @sphere is your username, derefernces into a public key
paths point to memos:
- generic protocol
- ipfs meta envelope: header + body (pointer to a ipfs file) + parent (pointer to previous version, hence version control)
- any filetype
UCAN signed: cryptographic protocol
- authorises data management
self-sovereign security model: you own your keys, your identity, take it with you
- works with wallets and passkey paradigm
- personal ipfs gateway
- bridges to web
- synch with personal devides
Myhub and Noosphere?
Hugely interesting. Possibly too ambitious for me. Out of the box he's including following, so content published by people you follow comes to you. But instead of the link to content published at a URL, it's the content itself which comes to you as content is "gossipped around the web".
Orginaally from https://etherpad.indieweb.org/ToolsForThinking
Please note that all contributions to this pad and other IndieWebCamp documents are considered to be released under the public domain according to CC0.
RENDER();Tools For Thinking How New Technologies are Changing How We Create, Share, and Build Knowledge Session: #ToolsForThinking https://betaworkss-fabulous-project.webflow.io/event/render-tools-for-thinking 2022-08-16 video: https://player.vimeo.com/video/739652984?h=ecdefd58ba
- Neel Baronia (Introduction)
- John Borthwick
- Jerry Michalski
- Daniel Doyon & Tristan Homsi (Readwise)
- Gordon Brander
- Chris Aldrich
- Natasha Mott
- via noterlive.com
- Twitter Thread starts here: https://twitter.com/kevinmarks/status/1559567010287206400
Noted times are being changed to actual as the day progresses.
How Do We Define Tools for Thinking and Why Do They Matter?
- 12:10 PM – 12:20 PM
- Jerry demos The Brain he's been using since December 1997 (25 years this year) ** Hit the half million mark this year for ideas
Inflection Points for Tools for Thinking
- 12:23 PM – 1:04 PM
What are the key inflection points that will supercharge Tools for Thinking in the near future? How will new technologies, user metaphors, and funding models change how people build these tools? John Borthwick will be discussing how the landscape is changing with the co-founders of Readwise, Daniel Doyon & Tristan Homsi.
Readwise is a tool to help you read better and remember what you've read.
@deadly_onion : we then got asked to bring the notes inot other tools, so we're like the Zapier of annotation
12:30 AM Funding models for these tools for thought
User-based subscription models vs. venture capital
Borthwick: SaaS services tend to silo information and data
- 12:30 PM – 1:03 PM Q: Is there an inverse of spaced repetition for Readwise: Example: Could one use Anki for writing? A: People putting their writing into their Readwise review where they improve each "highlight"/paragraph and work on it in a spaced repetition manner. After refining they then put a full essay together from their building blocks.
Q: How do you not get stuck on the system, but manage to create rather than optimizing the process?
CJA: Spaced repetition on hightlights is useful, but it's only a small part of a successful practice.
"The pattern we see is people optimizing the tool and optimizing the process (rather than writing)" — @homsiT NM: ^^this seems apparent given how many novel notetaking apps I'm learning about right now. I've spent 15 minutes trying to figure out where to put my thoughts instead of actually putting them somewhere.
Q: Borthwick: Rise of audio: How does one move audio into the tools for thought space? A: Airr and Snipt both do audio to text in this space as early attempts. AI transcripts can be annoying and a little off, but speech to text is improving. Audiobooks space is a closed format that's dominated by one player (Amazon).
Borthwick: It's silos all the way up and down.
Q: How has Readwise changed in respect to TfT changes over the past few years? A: Daniel: Pulled into TfT because of note taking apps. People wanted to do everything in their note taking apps. This is starting to cool down and people are taking a "portfolio" approach to their apps and functionalities.
Consumer SaaS is hard and has a high support need. Corporate SaaS is an easier model for many reasons.
Q: Are people reading slower because they're taking more time to ingest?
A: Immersion reading (visual reading and audio at the same time). Daniel: "It's kind for like a sensory deprivation tank for reading." Tristan: Venkatesh (Rao?) has defined "Walden-ponding" - throw away technology and reclaim your attention Tristan: There is no spec out there that's flexible enough for web, devices, podcasts/audio. Readwise would love for that to exist.
Q: Borthwick: There's a need for portable "knowledge blobs"... Daniel: Readwise looked at turning everything into blocks and do a block-based architecture John Borichevsky - documents inside of Roam was tough They developed a phase change metaphor for guiding their design. How to turn knowledge blobs into coherent texts for sharing. Blocks vs. Docs. Take solids (documents) and turn them into fluid blocks (blobs of knowledge). Using a solid/liquid/gas framing here.
Roam Research users spurred them into using Jinja formatting to allow for customization
Readwise for discord is coming in beta...
Q: Thoughts on moving Readwise into the educational sphere? A: They've never had success in the eduction envrionment. Their users are more auto-didacts. They'd love to do more of it.
Demo: Protocol Design for Tools for Thinking
- 1:04 PM – 1:20 PM (5 minutes over)
Subconscious - Social note taking tool The internet is already a tool for thought. It hasn't yet produced affordances for coping better. information overload We're facing a sense-making crisis. As a planet, we need to learn to think together.
CJA: This sort of dream also failed in the renaissance in a writing (offline only) setting. What can be learned from this prior art/effort? See Konrad Gessner, et al.
Brandon: Maybe we need a protocol for thought?
CJA: maybe less protocol, but some loose standards. small pieces loosely joined, more web-by
CJA: Lots of references to Xanadu today, but nothing prior to that, sadly.
Noosphere: a worldwide knowledge graph. decentralized over IPFS, prioritizes user ownership, multiplayer, versioning, signing, self-sovreign social graph
Fission has been working on a protocol for the security part for a while Jess Martin et al. 1:17 PM UCAN model follower/following model built in They've got a Discord channel for Subconscious and Noosphere: https://discord.com/invite/wyHPzGraBh
Lunch and Networking
- 1:20 PM – 2:00 PM
The History and Future of Software as Tools for Thinking
- 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Some of the earliest examples of software explored by pioneers like Doug Engelbart, JCR Licklider, Alan Turing, and others were at their core technologies that help magnify, inspect, and spread our ideas. Jerry Michalski will be sitting down (virtually) with Howard Rheingold, author of Tools for Thought, to explore the history and future of "mind-amplifying technology".
peeragogy - neologism created by Howard Rheingold
Alan Kay "Microelectronics and the personal Computer" article
1982/83 Person of the year: the personal computer
Man from the Future (book) about John von Neumann
James Fathomon (sp?) psychologist on thinking project
tools for making tools
Jerry Michalski: One of this favorite affordances of The Brain is its ability to juxtapose ideas, something he wouldn't get out of a more database-like tool.
Rheingold did use 3x5" index cards for outlining and arranging ideas physically with respect to each other.
Arthur Brock - expressive capacity (see: Jerry's Brain) Early versions of AutoCad didn't have certain functionalities they did later, so architects and designers couldn't build or create certain sorts of structures.
Bob Taylor - video on early internet (see Jerry's brain for link)
Stack exchange version for the tools for thought community? Where is this? (HR) HLAMT part
The more responsibility you give to learners the more engaged they are. co-learning
5 literacies of social media article by Howard Rheingold (see Jerry's Brain)
CJA: Even major platforms like television and radio now don't serve as automatic authority the way they did two or more decades ago. The cheaper a medium is to operate in the more one must invest in determining authority and sifting out untruths.
How to create trusted social networks of information?
Mike Caulfield: SIFT acronym for information literacy: https://hapgood.us/2019/06/19/sift-the-four-moves/ * Stop * Investigate the source * Find better coverage * Trace claims, quotes, and media back to the original context
(2:39 PM) Deliberative polling
2:35 PM – 3:00 PM
Q: Why would strangers give knowledge away to others (for free)? (broadly unanswered)
- psychology, social capital, etc. CJA: How does this dovetail with respect for unsolicited information? (mansplaining, for example) How can we encourage one while discouraging the other.
Jerry reminiscence: Blair Newman's posts on The Well were deleted a week before he commited suicide. The community rebuilt his data after.
Q: Chip Kennedy: Is there a place for authority figures in the space without going back to "gate-keeping". A: Authority figure is a loaded term.
Q: our brains operate on emotion as well as reason - how do we use emotion in these second brains? A: @hrheingold: understanding some of our emotional biases is very important - the book The Media Equation is worth reading - they did psychological tests, but swapped in a computer or a cartoon instaed of a human, and people treat them as humans also referred to emotion as a "weakness"
Q: Spaciality and tactility with respect to analog note taking
A: Hiroshi Ishi - computational capabilities into physical objects (MIT MediaLab), https://www.media.mit.edu/people/ishii/overview/
HR recommends The Extended Mind by Annie Murphy Paul
(CJA) - I highly recommend this book too! Notes: https://hypothes.is/users/chrisaldrich?q=urn%3Ax-pdf%3A37343666363464373933303538336161623732646237386463616662643365313266653032623035373331303031636338326237316361396637343432643431
Physical/emotional awareness can help us make better decisions - more experimentation needed in this area Those with better awareness of their pulse have been shown to make better snap financial trading decisions.
Q: Has a computer interaction ever caused you to experience something like a psychedelic experience? A: No, but recalled a time when students were taking psychedelics and chatting online...
Tools for Thinking Product Demos
- 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
We’ll hear from builders and thinkers deep in the space and get to take a look at what they’re working on. We’ll be checking out Plexus, Re:Collect, Jerry’s Brain, Subconscious and more.
- Friend had health issues with mono-like symptons ** (this sounds like Tiago Forte's story about using note taking to self-diagnose)
https://render.plexus.earth/p/render @davey_morse: if you type a thought inot the box, it will give you the thought that matches it most closely
3:14 - 3:26 PM AliceAlbrecht, Founder + CEO, re:collect academic, in cognitive neuroscience, machine learning @AliceAlbrecht AI powered creative assistant Being able to access your ideas when you need them. Breadcrumbs for our future selves. How to find your old material scrap heaps (though she didn't use the specific word) no explicit tagging or organizing past self / future self problems anxiety relating to your ideas (storing, finding) web app and web extension card-based infinite canvas
3:38 - 12:48 PM LinusLee, Independent Researcher, @thesephist Sentence gradients
We can represent colors in numbers and then operate on them in a way we can't yet operate on words or sentences.
@linuslee : you can't operate on words like you can work on numbers, you need to rewrite rather than quantify
@linuslee: just as we can manipulate colours by converting them to RGB values, what fi we can convert word meanings to a space that we can manipulate?
Demo. Looks a bit like Robin Sloan's AI Writing experiments https://www.robinsloan.com/notes/writing-with-the-machine/
@linuslee: we want to encapsulate ideas and be able to do algebra on ideas ^^ this sounds a lot like Leibnitz's idea for Universal Languages back in the day
3:49 - 3:59 PM Superhuman email client Twitter threads have emerged as a new form of blogging. Attempting to create a reading app for power users Readwise allows one to highlight images, something not currently available in other tools Part way into their build of the product they realized they were building a web browser
Leveraging AI and ML in Building New Tools for Thinking
- 4:17 PM – 4:50PM
Alice Albrecht and Linus Lee will be sitting down with Chris Pedregal to discuss their work in leveraging AI and Machine Learning for creating new kinds of tools for thinking.
4:50 PM – 5:03 PM
Idea Dimensionality and Representing Semantic Meaning
- 5:04 PM – 5:30 PM
How do ideas - and the human brains that make and hold them - interact? Get prepared for meta! Esther Dyson and Jerry Michalski, will discuss the idea of how people work together to shape, compare, intertwine and ultimately produce multi-faceted ideas and multi-dimensional idea spaces. As David Waltz (Thinking Machines) once said, “Words are not in themselves carriers of meaning, but merely pointers to shared understanding.” Watch and lob questions as the two of them try to build and share the idea of how better ideas can be developed through collaboration.
- 5:30 PM – 5:50 PM
Jerry is a fan of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Monderman
Closing and Happy Hour
5:45 PM – 7:00 PM
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1559571330168651781
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1559577029418401793
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1559609361315528704
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1559573253080944640
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1559570882447777792
- 2022-08-16 17:54:03 @flancian:matrix.org (link):
2022-08-16 19:30:17 @flancian:matrix.org (link):
- yes, I'm much better :) yesterday I worked from home, today I went to the office although I worked half a day because I wanted to attend tools for thinking
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559575547533033473
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559583096047116294
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559577225464352771
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559601534425395200
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559614656376889345
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559628714748559363
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1559660047407501314
- ChrisAldrich https://twitter.com/ChrisAldrich/status/1560385151640616960