RTFM: The Revolutionary Transparency ManifestoPosted: July 13, 2021 Filed under: Governance Reform | Tags: competition, ecosystem, markets, transparency 1 Comment
Asymmetric information is the key enabler of structural injustice
In the absence of information monopolies, the only competitive advantage is asymmetric virtue
Transparent ecosystems inevitably outcompete information hoarders
7/31-8/2/2020 American Resilience UnParty UnConventionPosted: March 13, 2020 Filed under: Governance Reform | Tags: 2020, competition, convention, dialogue, digital, pandemic, politics, resilience 1 Comment
We, as citizens of these United States, in the shadow of COVID-19, believe the most urgent and important virtue we can aspire to as a people is Resilience.
Truth Bowl Beta 4: Alternative Models of Education (2019-08-29 Finale)Posted: August 28, 2019 Filed under: Truth Bowl | Tags: business, competition, education, entrepreneurship Leave a comment
Update: Truth Bowl is now Fish Bowl. Watch the videos to learn why:
For more details, please visit https://analogbootcamps.wordpress.com
Thursday 8/29 at 3PM Pacific will be our fourth public beta of Truth Bowl:
Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/2960092796
One tap mobile: +16699006833,,2960092796# US (San Jose)
Dial manually: +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) Meeting ID: 296 009 2796
This week we are experimenting with a new format inspired by Shark Tank:
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Truth Bowl: Saving Humanity from Technology (Beta 3 2019-08-015)Posted: August 9, 2019 Filed under: Truth Bowl | Tags: competition, debate, education, reform, truth Leave a comment
Please join us for Truth Bowl Beta 3 next Thursday, August 15th at 3PM Pacific.
- Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/2960092796
- One tap mobile: +16699006833,,2960092796# US (San Jose)
- Dial by your location: +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) Meeting ID: 296 009 2796
Technological progress has never been so rapid, pervasive, or impactful. Yet we are just starting to grapple with the negative consequences of our relationships to smartphones, social media, machine learning algorithms, and big tech companies.
In this hypothetical Scenario, the Activist (Bill) has been invited by the organizers of a tech conference to Pitch his concerns. The press and senior executives will be there. Activist asks the Confidant (David) to preview his talk. Confidant is expected to raise helpful Concerns and Recommendations to improve the Pitch.
Truth Bowl 2019-08-02 How to Fix Education (Beta 2)Posted: July 29, 2019 Filed under: Truth Bowl | Tags: competition, debate, education, reform, truth Leave a comment
For our second “Truth Bowl Beta” we are pivoting away from a panel discussion towards more of a back-and-forth debate — but with a twist! Rather than judging the two Panelists (“Pitcher” and “Catcher”), the audience (“Fielders”) primarily focus on capturing and rating the most useful Insights that arise during the Bowl using www.slido.com
with the code #T361. As before, the Gospodar acts as moderator and timekeeper.
The Challenge Question will be something like “What single change would ensure education better promotes societal flourishing?” There are three phases: Pitch, Counter, and Reflect.
TB 2019-07-12-1500: The Purpose of Mass EducationPosted: July 2, 2019 Filed under: Truth Bowl | Tags: competition, debate, education, politics, truth 1 Comment
Around the world, we invest enormous quantities of Financial, Human, and Social Capital in education. Why? What do we hope to get from it? How can we measure that? Whom can we trust to give us honest answers, rather than merely promote a particular agenda?
In particular, is the purpose of higher education to:
1. Learn the hard technical skills necessary to land a job
2. Develop the soft “human” skills necessary for a meaningful career
3. Cultivate the habits of mind necessary for a fulfilling life
And if there is more than one purpose, how do we balance or integrate them in terms of curriculum and funding?
Truth Bowl: Beyond Polarized DebatePosted: July 2, 2019 Filed under: Governance Reform | Tags: competition, debate, politics, truth 5 Comments
Truth Bowl is a structured dialogue, halfway between competitive debate and a panel discussion, designed to model and train people in “productive disagreement.” TRUTH is sometimes interpreted as the acronym “Teaching Respectful Understanding Through Hospitality.”
Two Panelists compete in front of a Jury to address a Challenge, composed of a Question and an Objective. Members of the Jury award panelists Points for clarity and thoughtfully addressing disagreements. At the end of each Round, the Jury rewards the panelist who most helped them comprehend the Challenge with the title “Domaĝanto” (Esperanto for “Question Tamer”).
Sign Up for Truth Bowl v1.0: Thu Jan 24 10:30amPosted: January 18, 2019 Filed under: Truth Bowl | Tags: competition, digital, education, politics, training, truth Leave a comment
This is it! Please let me know by Monday if you can join a team for the 1.0 Truth Bowl competition: