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Re: Age no longer displayed on profiles

from brentnhunter on 05/07/2020 05:39 AM

Grrrr, you're right!  I can see age is still being displayed.  

I'm proud of my age, experience and wisdom that comes with it but frankly I am flabbergasted that a company that makes technology to bring people together would assume that it's ok to display age and not give the sysadmin the ability to suppress the age.

Thanks for letting me know, pinkpetals... I'm going to try to reach out the them again but their customer support has been wretched.

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Re: Age no longer displayed on profiles

from pinkpetals on 05/07/2020 05:24 AM

I see yours and everyone else's age in the posts, not on the profiles. But I'm kewl with it, either way! I've earned every stripe I have.. :) Hope you are doing well, Brent! 

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Age no longer displayed on profiles

from brentnhunter on 04/30/2020 02:28 PM

A few weeks ago I was shocked to see that the system we currently use here at ECC was displaying age on some profiles.  That problem has since been fixed. Apologies for any consternation that this may have caused!

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Re: Knowledge, Wisdom and Business

from brentnhunter on 04/10/2020 04:02 AM

Hi Michael,

Welcome to ECC!

It's nice to see you here and thank you so much for your kind words regarding the video interview.  I just connected with Elisabet recently so I'm guessing finding you here is not by accident. :)

It sounds to me that what you're referring to as "warm data" might be classified as information in the traditional Wisdom Pyramid/DIKW Pyramid model.

I am also keenly interested in the subject of collective intelligence... and especially collective wisdom.  I've created a 3 hour workshop titled "Back to the Basics with Knowledge Management", which aims to help shift hearts and minds by bringing us back to very fundamental truths and common ground that we can almost all agree on. It's also a way of "talking about politics without talking about politics", which I feel is very powerful during these challenging and chaotic times.  I charge when I give it in a customized way to businesses and organizations but I give it at no charge as a service to the world community.  I'll share about it more on ECC as I get closer to offering it another time, most likely within the next 3-4 weeks.

Many blessings to you as well!

Brent

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Re: Knowledge, Wisdom and Business

from mbh66 on 04/08/2020 12:54 PM

Hello Brent,

I am new to your community after our mutual friend, Elisabet Sahtouris, introduced me to your work. Thank you for sharing your insightful video - beautiful!

Two possible additions which sprang to mind when you spoke of the pyramid of knowledge in an organization (possibly just below wisdom):

  1. What Nora Bateson refers to as Warm Data: what we know (and are slowly learning) about the connections or relationships between datasets. See more here: https://hackernoon.com/warm-data-9f0fcd2a828c
  2. Collective Intelligence, where "experts" get out the way and we recognize that we all hold a piece of the jigsaw puzzle and only by coming together (like the liminal cells in Elisabet's butterfly story) can we build the entire jigsaw puzzle of a new form of civilization.
It is this second type of "knowledge management" that fascinates me, and I look forward to exploring more of your work to hopefully pick up ideas on how we can help true collective intelligence emerge, possibly triggered by the C19 pandemic.

Many blessings to you!
Michael 

Founder of The Sensemaking Collective | Writer | Speaker | Certified Strategic Foresight Practitioner | Optimistic Single Dad

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Important Global Synchronized Event Tonight

from brentnhunter on 04/05/2020 12:26 AM

Dear members of the Earth Communications Center,

 

Just in case you're not aware, there is an important global synchronized meditation/prayer event tonight at 7:45PM PST. There are many websites livecasting the event, here is just one of them: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=152187342808581

Please consider joining us!

Brent Hunter

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Re: Examples of good deeds during COVID-19 pandemic

from brentnhunter on 04/04/2020 10:16 PM

Thanks PinkPetals, those are awesome and inspiring examples!

Has anyone heard any other cool things people are doing to uplift and inspire one another?

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Re: Finding peace amid the Covid-19 crisis

from brentnhunter on 04/04/2020 10:15 PM

Hi Donna,

No worries about your post, I appreciate the time and energy you spent to leave your message here.  I think a lot of people are feeling similar... scared, alone, not sure what is going to happen or what to do... I just want everyone to know you are not alone and there is a plce where we can all come together online. Together we are stronger.

Stay safe!

Brent

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Re: Examples of good deeds during COVID-19 pandemic

from pinkpetals on 04/03/2020 04:35 AM

The examples I've currently read and been exposed to are the Teddy Bear Hunts in my state. It started in Clarksville, TN and the object is to put teddy bears in the windows of your home or business for a "scavenger hunt" and parents can get out of the house with their little ones in tow, while kids have fun with the activity. 

The second one is a student teacher at Eastern Kentucky University, our northerly neighbor who is a senior studying education for the deaf and hard of hearing. She realized that people who are deaf or communicating with deaf and hard of hearing cannot see faces, which carry emotion and relate what is communicated through sign language.  So her and her mother began sewing masks that show the lower half of one's face. They made them from bedsheets they have and clear plastic that is sewable. 

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Re: Finding peace amid the Covid-19 crisis

from pinkpetals on 04/03/2020 03:23 AM

Sorry it was long. :) I'm taking it one day at a time.. Trying to stay safe yet enjoy life. My mind is on my family of course, but others who are suffering. Thank you for reaching out to everyone offering your services. 

Stay Safe! 
donna

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