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Authored By:: [[P- Rob Haisfield]], [[P- Joel Chan]], and [[P- Brendan Langen]]

Published - May 2022

Welcome to our living hypertext notebook. This notebook will continue to evolve going into the future and is by no means a finished product- as such, pages exist at varying stages of completion. Please leave comments to further the discussion and help direct its evolution.

All you need to do is click on what is interesting. This is a special trait of this website - hypertext notebooks are designed for exploratory browsing. In a linear piece of writing, all ideas would be sequenced into one narrative. In hypertext writing, the narrative is emergent and the ideas are associative. It is like a book where the pages rearrange themselves for you based on your current curiosity each time you revisit. For more on what this is, see [[Q- What is a hypertext notebook]]?

The goal of this research project is to find data structures and interfaces that support synthesis and innovation in a decentralized discourse graph.

Some suggested starting points:

Some specific how-tos:

  • Pages have prefixes in their page titles that indicate what type of node it is:
    • "C- " Claim
    • "Q- " Question
    • "R- " Resource
    • "I- " Idea
  • Builders: View this as a framework for navigating the idea maze, and form your own conclusions about the claims, questions, and trails between them.
  • Hover your mouse over a link to see a preview of its content
  • If a page is empty, look through its backlinks! If a page isn't empty... you can still look through its backlinks! Those are all of the times where the ideas presented in the page were used in context.
  • If a page is not yet created, the hyperlink will appear to be faded.
  • When you see a faded hyperlink like [[@cataliniMicrogeographyDirectionInventive2017]], note that it's a Zotero citekey, and if you take the text, separate out the words, and search in Google Scholar, you will likely find the paper for more information if you are interested.
  • Email hello@robhaisfield.com for personal inquiries or private questions, but please defer to public comments when possible, as other people may have the same question as you!
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Waste of time

Welcome to the [[digital-garden]]* of [[ankostis]].

  • [[inbox]] - a place to write down quick notes to be categorized later
  • [[todo]] - a place to keep track of things to do
  • [[PKDB]] - Personal Knowledge Database setup & TODOs
  • [[Freedom]] - Liberation of the human race from itself
* this garden is based on foam.

This is my space for Notes, saving and highlighting Articles and other Links.

Recent Blog Posts

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Recent Journals

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Seeds

You can browse current and past [[Projects]]. These are mainly small [[Vancouver]] focused things, I'm pretty busy as the founder of [[Fission]].

Starting with the [[Startup]] note, there are various operations guides, products, and recommendations to explore.

If I haven't sent it to you already, you should read [[When Tailwinds Vanish: The Internet in the 2020s]].

The [[Gumroad No Full Time Employees]] article is also a good read.

Microblog

Latest post from blog.bmannconsulting.com:

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  • An [[index]].
    • To this [[digital garden]].
    • If you are reading this in [[an Agora]], you should see it in the context of several other indexes -- potentially one for each user contributing to that particular Agora :)
      • You can add your own by keeping an index.md file in your garden and contributing it to the Agora.
      • If the Agora index gets too noisy (as the Agora grows) we might want to implement [[ranking]] and [[filtering]] algorithms. These will of course be open source and community driven.
    • The following are maybe interesting entry points to this garden, and to the Agora at large. Beyond the notes in the nodes themselves, check for backlinks.
  • #push [[awakened]]

[[Agora Digital Garden]]

Header

[[Meta]]

[[Description]]

[[Digital garden]] serving as my [[interface]] to any [[Agora server]] which has a [[contract]] compatible with [[Anagora]]'s.

[[About me]] ([[Jayu]])

[[Meta]]

[[Concept]]s

Licensing Info

Agora Digital Garden by Jayu EleuthΓ©ria is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

Matthew's Index

Hi, I'm Matthew Thomas ([[@mwt/identity]]) you can find my things at [[@mwt/README]].

Welcome to my little corner of the Agora.

Find out more info about [[Me]]

What I'm thinking about: [[Governance]] [[Coordination]] [[Social Media]] [[Incentives]] [[Protopia]] [[Science-Fiction]]

This knowledge graph is a work in progress that will eventually become a specification for the unrival protocol.

Unrival is a protocol that can be used to create bottom-up, distributed social credit networks. These networks can track the credibility of their member agents, whose actions may lead to accumultation or loss of credit (a proxy for credibility).

Agents of disjoint networks with very different notions of credibility -- divided by political or religious differences, for example -- can nonetheless exchange credit, because Unrival ledgers implement the recursive credit-commons-protocol.

The intended effect is the rectification-of-names. In colloquial terms, this means making sure things are what they say they are (at least within the confines of an Unrival network)

Ultimately, the goal is to create a foundation for effective decentralized governance. We believe in rules over rulers. And since Unrival is adaptive, principles over rules.

To learn more, have a look at the whitepaper: https://github.com/unrival-protocol/documentation/blob/main/source/whitepaper.org

To contribute, please get in touch with: dvdgdnjsph at gmail dot com

[flancia social impact]: flancia social impact.md "flancia social impact" [//end]: # "Autogenerated link references"

The front page to my [[digital-garden]]. Hi mom!

Welcome to the [[Agora]]!

Ahoy there!

This [[Agora]] is a [[wiki like]] [[experimental social network]] and [[distributed knowledge graph]].

  • /nodes lists all [[pages]] in this Agora.
    • A [[node]] is the set of all notes and resources with a given title or otherwise mapping to an [[entity description]]. Subnodes (blocks) in a node can come from a variety of sources; they are resources volunteered by Agora users through their independent [[repositories]]. As of August 2021, these are mostly notes from [[digital gardens]].
    • /latest shows nodes by modification time.
  • /users displays all users in this Agora. Click through to see their contributions.
    • /journals displays all subnodes that look like they belong to a daily entry (these are subnodes whose filenames look like dates, such as YYYY-MM-DD).

The [[wikilink]] is the heart of this [[Agora]]: wikilinks serve as a tool to indicate a social [[context]] assembled out of individual and group contributions. In this Agora, [[foo bar]] will resolve to every resource that identifies with entity 'foo'; in particular, currently every file named foo-bar.md, foo-bar.jpg, foo-bar.png, etc. An Agora tries to best-effort integrate user contributions while preserving meaning and volunteering interesting information. You can also think of it as a [[sequential wiki]].

If you'd like to join this Agora, please refer to [[agora signup]]. If you'd like to run your own Agora, please refer to [[agora install]] and/or reach out to [[flancian]], the maintainer.

If you're interested in knowing what's coming next, please refer to [[agora plan]] or join [[flancia collective]].

Have a nice day!

Ahoy there!

We recently moved from [[etherpad]] to [[hedgedoc]] for the default stoa, so some data is missing. It will be restored at a later time.

-- [[flancian]]

As of [[2021-12-19]], [[stoa]] docs are auto imported into the Agora as full blown resources after ~1 minute from editing on average.

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