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[liberationtech] Facebook: Building Global Community - What's your response to Mark Zuckerberg?

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Sun Feb 19 18:08:13 PST 2017


Thanks, Rand, for your message. I am going on a business trip tomorrow, but
I will definitely read your proposal when I return.

In the meantime, I hope others in the list give you feedback. We have an
excellent history of vetting proposals and software code. You just have to
have a thick skin because people will be honest about all the gaps in your
proposed program.

Best,
Yosem

On Sun, Feb 19, 2017 at 6:02 PM, Rand Strauss <rand at peoplecount.org> wrote:

> Thanks for sharing the doc with the list, Yosem.  A shorter URL for the
> doc is:   http://bit.ly/political-sites <http://bit.ly/political-sites>
> Your additions, corrections and suggestions are welcome.
> I just started adding a section to the doc for Wisdom Councils
> (crowdsourcing solutions).
>
> I don’t want to hijack the list, but I see movement-building as part of
> the old us-vs-them paradigm.  We need movements because there seems to be
> no other reliable way of bringing new ideas to a population and getting
> palpable political support. Marches and rallies that lead to winning
> elections are palpable.
>
> But what if there were a way? What if we invent one?
>
> I’ve designed one and have built most of it, but am a bit stuck. Rather
> than flood the list with my words, I wrote an intro in my blog, if you’re
> interested:
> http://blog.peoplecount.org/project/intro-to-political-
> power-and-accountability/
>
> Thanks,
> -Rand Strauss, Mountain View, CA
>
>
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