Quote from: undefinedhi Tony..
If you have particular language, and description of practical process in our reality, please put it in the mix. Please give a critical reading to the website. draft
What more is needed, or less?
Ann Arbor has about 115,000 residents and about 40,000 students and maybe 40,000 commuter workers. The structure of our endeavor should be about to scale up to include all such, as well as non-resident partners and co-commoners and collaborators elsewhere in the world.
if you have in mind a proposal of the particular elements to be in an introduction tutorial or orientation of citizenship in this commons, please say what. I did look, before, and again at the money book you sent, downloaded to my desktop, and explored within..In simple truth though, too many pages for me, now. I like the Toulouse plan that I fell uon looking for ithaca hours. Maybe we'll check it out when Odile and I are in France July and August, if we can.
I consider this is a completely open situation (in a maelstrom of political contention and global urgencies) which we can define in as high and aspirational terms as we like, and challenge ourselves, and others who join, to exceed expectations, and, asbest we can,to use the knowledge we have.
all good wishes
|Task||Time in Minutes||Running Time|
|Part I: Overview of Issues (Global media platform)|
|Introduction, Jonathan Feldman: |
|Speaker I: David Graeber|
|Speaker II: Hillary Wainwright|
|Speaker III: Dario Padovan|
|Discussion among panelists present|
|Part II: Local Meetings on One Theme (from above); Local media platform|
|What is our local situation related to the theme or themes we have chosen to discuss?|
|How do the proposals relate to our situation?|
|What modifications and elaborations are necessary and what proposals do we have?|
|Part III: Thematic Break Out Rooms, Plus Spanish and Italian Break Out Rooms |
Time = Number of Localities/60 Minutes (see example below).