Stimpunks Presents: Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve

Stimpunks is proud to present Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve. Lately I’ve been feeling out of tune out of tune I don’t know why but I would like to know why And I want to get back in tune Out of tune that’s what I am Being out of tune pains my head (can’tContinue reading “Stimpunks Presents: Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve”

Our Communication Stack

With our Element.io, P2, and WordPress communication stack, we cover the three levels, three speeds, and three archetypal spaces of communication, collaboration, and sociality. Contents: Three Levels: Conversation, Discussion, Publication Three Speeds: Realtime, Async, Storage Three Spaces: Caves, Campfires, Watering Holes Three Sensitivities: Dandelions, Tulips, Orchids Three Levels: Conversation, Discussion, Publication The three levels ofContinue reading “Our Communication Stack”

The Five Neurodivergent Love Languages

Over on my personal blog, I wrote about “The Five NeurodivergentNeurodivergent, sometimes abbreviated as ND, means having a mind that functions in ways which diverge significantly from the dominant societal standards of “normal.”NEURODIVERSITY: SOME BASIC TERMS & DEFINITIONS Neurodivergent is quite… More Love Languages” and their role in teams. Neurodivergent people, working together, can fill theContinue reading “The Five Neurodivergent Love Languages”

Politically and Culturally-engaged Collaborators, Not Just Users and Testers

Clinical, charitable, and institutional channels serve to weed out isolated, multiply marginalized, independent activists, scholars, and artists—those who may be suspicious of large-scale, centralized approaches to advocacy and the ways they tend to concentrate power. By relying primarily on charities as recruitment channels, Unilever effectively ensured that politically and culturally engaged disabledThe label “disabled” meansContinue reading “Politically and Culturally-engaged Collaborators, Not Just Users and Testers”

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