Days increase to 25 hours and the day starts at a rotating point (starting from KiribatiTime), and travel west one timezone each 25th hour. Start getting people on a global mindset when we have the same day.
At the end of the year, there is LongDay?, a 72 hour celebration of life.
Starting this new earth timeline should be on a significant point as well. May Day? Earth Day? What other culturally significant day can we agree upon?
Hi Mark! Its Kaliya here. I saw you commenting on this and it made me smile. It also made me wonder about the project. 
Is a new one? an old one? How are you involved?
It would be fun to catch up.
I hope you are well.
I have had a rough two years…finally surfacing.
Smiles, = [[Kaliya?]]
It is new to me, not sure about them call me! Contact
Hulu - just using it to track shows mostly.
Mobile video… thinking about how they think about usage patterns…
“The Workers Defense Project is not like a union — it welcomes everyone,” said Luis Rodriguez, a Mexican immigrant who sought the group’s help after he lost a finger in a construction accident.
This is a call to the IWW … to all unions … we all know that the statement above is not true. We welcome all … any of us who don’t agree with that … we gotta have a talk.
Hi Mark, How are you. I remember that you were advocating Wikis a few years back, on a Drupal discussion group, (I think). At that time I had no interest, such is life, things change. Now I need to learn all I can about Wikis, and I’ve made the jump to build one several months ago. Now I’m trying to figure out how to manage it.
I wonder if you would be kind enough to Skype with me and pass on some tips and advice. My contact information is
Skype, tony.budak email, TonyBudak?@TBMW.org
Looking forward to hearing from you. Cheers, Tony
Why did this not show up in RecentChanges?
In wiki communities, the reader is equal with the writer because the barrier to contribute is so low.
This episode of Community ends with a pretty powerful look at the worker… in the last 39.9 seconds.
PainBody? as it relates to the culture of torture that is reflected in todays pop culture - TV shows.
A term that software developers use for old untouched code is Bit Rot. That means if you aren’t using/ looking at/ updating any piece of software code - it goes rotten - who knows how it could interact with new code… I think the idea can be applied to the web.
on a side note - awesome logo here:
I created a css change that I hoped would turn the structure of time presentation from its current format: 2011-04-25 to a format that I feel more comfortable with: 25 April 2011
For proof of concept I made this: http://bit.ly/__KochBrothers
Interesting about WikiBirthday?
Need to collect my online projects that I am doing, need to do
might that be the name?
Nice to see you working here once again. – HansWobbe?
Kinda feel like - ouch - damn - I just found this????
both pages for this video - highlighting different stories in the same lecture.
Follow up question, which lectures that you have heard are the BestLectures??
trying to understand css here - http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/CSS
The Evolution of The Blogger
Crowdsourcing is for suckers
Creative Truths http://reflectionof.me/creative-truths-2
Ack!! I don’t want this to go away, I show this to people all the time.
This is where I will put my link to the WikiWeblog
blh blh blh
Let’s chat, mingle, and wiki together.
One of this month’s topics may easily include the recent “Universal Edit Button” (http://UniversalEditButton.org) or the upcoming Wikimania event!
Wikimania 2008: Alexandria, Egypt.
Wikimania 2008: Alexandria, Egypt.
and we imagine the rest will self organize - itself.
at the AboutUs office, 107 SE Washington #520 5:30-8:30
Webpage Toolbar - AboutUsWeblog?
Filed under: Community, News, Social media
XavierMedia? Webpage Toolbar drop down menu example On June 18th - The Web Page Toolbar and UEB - both came out at the same time. Since we were pushing hard on the UEB - we temporarily missed Andreas’ great work.
Inspired by AboutUs Bookmarklet, he got more interested in creating a full service tool!
I’ve been doing some thinking since then and I figured out that I wanted some more from a toolbar, like all the web sites I use when looking up a web page I visit. … The toolbar lets you look up web sites at Alexa, AboutUs.org, BuiltWith?.com, Technorati, WebSiteValued?, Compete, Quantcast, eXavier, WayBack? machine and many more.
While Andreas was building this great tool to find out information about websites, he added into it much functionality (some still to be realized) in relation to AboutUs.org. The ability to add websites to your AboutUs watchlist, look at the history of the wiki page and even edit!
The thing that really caught our attention is that Andreas has added some links to our basic pages, our tour - WikiAnatomy?, What is Wiki?, Spotlighted Articles, Recent Changes and our weblog.
Please go and download this toolbar.
Let Andreas know what your suggestions, questions or bugs are here at the official website for this toolbar - WebPage?.nu