Pirate Desire is Transparency. Privacy Protection. and Participation.
Every simulation model that you can develop in here will be fully Transparent towards the people. It’s also gonna protect your Privacy, by gathering no data at all. And the third thing to know is that it’s participative. We are voting on the next big thing to publish.
Pirate Desire can do calculations in x / y / t, and it can integrate over time.
And so, in being Pirates, we vote in online democracy, having the tolerance of accepting our ever so different, worldwide value systems. We the people, all over this one world.
Pirate Desire was published on martinbernhardt.wordpress.com.
Pirate Desire is (c) 2018 @mydarkstar of @dynamicons (P).
all rights reserved worldwide no, wait a minute. (c) (P).
This one is declared Creative Commons (cc-by-sa) (c) 2018 Dynamic Applications (P).
We the people.
another great Article about Social behavior by Robert Koshinskie. My recommendation.
Do you have the courage to question your own understanding of the world, doubting a cherished belief that may not be supported by evidence? Would you be a better leader, team member and citizen if you did? Researcher Brendan Nyhan seems to have this kind of courage.
Nyhan was one of the researchers whose work evolved into the popular backfire effect, a widely reported behavior where once a person forms a belief, then offering objective evidence to the contrary causes the person to dig in their heels and defend the belief even more firmly. Now, Nyhan is considering new research that may refute the backfire effect.
The newer research considered claims regarding violent crime bantered about during the 2016 Presidential election and people’s perception/beliefs. Providing corrective information reportedly led people to adjust their opinion about their original belief on crime trends – but not necessarily related beliefs; for example…
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as i understand it, they are saying that the number of things and hard labour to be done for living in paradise, as a whole, is ever so more decreasing.
which means, we gotta face it: there will be less essential jobs.
future 🌷. in a children’s tale. a novel. my novel.
automated machines, based on internet technology, shall answer all our questions. like an early prototype, called google. later, the cloud ⛅️ will solve optimization problems so complicated, that even Einstein’s brain could nevermore follow. 🚀⛅️🌍
so here we go.
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It’s your choice. Stay here or look for some other people, to rip you off. Make up your mind and come back here, anytime. You know, Rome also wasn’t built in a day.
Never complain, never explain. Just go your way. At Dynamic Applications, we don’t know everything. We just explain a little on our way, you know. Here and there.
A final hint, before we enter the store. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
Management theory, you know. Heard a few things about it.
Very interesting thoughts about reaching a Consensus based on fairness so that everyone in a Team is willing to participate and work on or with the results, as they believe in the participation culture.
it’s rare for an inventor to meet people where you instantly see they have more or alternative thoughts to what you offer yourself, so finally, a true source of inspiration.
my personal recommendation.
While exploring governance in business over the past couple of years I encountered both Sociocracy and Holacracy. Both of these approaches to governance have been associated with self-directed groups, and both have wrongly been identified as forms of anarchy. I’ve read about these approaches, attended introductory workshops, and participated in discussion groups – but I don’t claim expertise (I’m not a trained facilitator in either Sociocracy or Holacracy). I have applied some of what I’ve learned in daily practice, particularly consent decision-making which I feel can lead to better and faster decisions.
What is Consent Decision-Making and Why Use It?
The basic idea behind consent decisions (aka formal consensus) is that the consent process splits-the-difference between autocratic decisions that are quickly mandated, and endless debate as can be encountered in group consensus decision-making:
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“Freiheit ist immer die Freiheit des Andersdenkenden. Rosa Luxemburg.”
Widmung, Marina Weisband.
für ein Buch am Tag der folgenden Diskussion, nachdem der Autor als einziger der Zuhörenden am Ausgang gleich zwei Bücher von ihr kaufte.
das zweite Buch bekam die Widmung: “für Yvonne”.
eins der beiden Bücher besitzt der Autor dieses Artikels bis heute.
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In diesem Beitrag geht es um die Frage, ob und wie man menschliches Verhalten klassifizieren, also einschätzen kann. Also zumindest mit einer gewissen Wahrscheinlichkeit, weil ja am Ende jeder Mensch doch wieder ein wenig anders tickt. Das heßt aber nicht, dass es hier darum geht, Menschen in eine Schublade zu drücken und ihnen die Nachteile, die diese Schublade mit sich bringt, zum Vorwurf zu machen.
Das Social Styles Model unterscheidet vier Merkmale, um einen Mensch einzuschätzen, und gibt eine Anfangsidee zum Umgang mit dem Typ. Aufgrund seiner Einfachheit eignet es sich gut für’s Alltagsgespräch. Aber denken Sie daran, dass jeder Mensch ein bisschen was von jeder Schublade hat.