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Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat
This week we would like to highlight an event hosted by Hackaday.io: The Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat. Lex Kravitz and Mark Laubach will be available on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at noon Pacific Time to chat with users of Hackaday.io about open-source tools for neuroscience research.
hackaday.io  neuroscience  chat  forum  discussion  community 
7 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Third Saturday Seminar: political discussions in Montgomery County TX
Not only is our world interesting in the Chinese sense, but We the People of the world, like Rip van Winkle, are waking up after a long siesta. Obviously, the new instant media technology is one of the major factors in bringing this about. Not only do they recognize the injustice of their own situation, but they see there are many in the same boat and they also see that there are other places on the planet where people live much better lives.

*When the origin of the "Chinese saying" was researched, It soon became apparent there is no ancient Chinese saying or curse that translates into, "Our world is in interesting times" or "May you live in interesting times" However, probably you and I both feel our current times are "interesting" (to say the least) whether the Chinese ever said it or not. GCG

Come, join the discussion! Let's see if there is hope!
tss  thirdsaturdayseminar  lonestar  politics  discussion  civil 
september 2018 by cyberchucktx
Tapatalk: mobile-enable your community
Tapatalk is a free, native mobile app that renders and optimizes your community content and discussions for viewing on mobile devices. Its completely free to mobile-enable your site and takes only 10 minutes to activate!
tapatalk  mobile  app  socialmedia  forum  discussion  community  online 
may 2016 by cyberchucktx
Discourse: ready for a new discussion platform?
We'd like to raise the standard of discussion on the web through better forum software. The word “discourse” kept coming up when we discussed the problem, and it captures the essence of what we want to do. We could build something closer to a Civilized Discourse Construction Kit, freely available to everyone in the world.
discourse  opensource  gpl  discussion  tool  mailinglist  bboard  bbs 
june 2013 by cyberchucktx
‘The Righteous Mind,’ by Jonathan Haidt - NYTimes.com
Why Won’t They Listen?‘The Righteous Mind,’ by Jonathan Haidt. You’re smart. You’re liberal. You’re well informed. You think
conservatives are narrow-minded. You can’t understand why working-class Americans vote Republican. You figure they’re being
duped. You’re wrong.

This isn’t an accusation from the right. It’s a friendly warning from Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist at the University of Virginia who, until 2009, considered himself a partisan liberal. In “The -Righteous Mind,” Haidt seeks to enrich liberalism, and political discourse generally, with a deeper awareness of human nature.
politics  discourse  discussion  civil  civilpolitics 
september 2012 by cyberchucktx
Civil Politics.org
At CivilPolitics.org, our mission is to find and promote evidence-based methods for increasing political civility.

By civility we do NOT mean politeness, decorum, agreement, bipartisanship, or unity. We think disagreement and debate are good things. We think America is well served when political parties represent different viewpoints and then compete vigorously to recruit voters to their side. Civility as we pursue it is the ability to disagree with others while respecting their sincerity and decency. We believe this ability is best fostered by indirect methods (changing contexts, payoffs, and institutions), rather than by direct methods (such as pleading with people to be more civil, or asking people to sign civility pledges).
civil  civilpolitics  politics  discussion 
september 2012 by cyberchucktx

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