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Every week I attend, I've had this experience: 1. I find the topics that come up gripping. I'm listening on the edge of my seat. 2. When I have something I'd like to say, there is always space available to express myself, even if I'm struggling to express a point. 3. The things other people say stick with me after I leave. I often find myself challenged to look at a problem differently and it more often than not results in my own view becoming more nuanced and relevant outside of this group of individuals. In short, if you have a nerd-on for DAOs and want to be a better version of yourself, I'd consider attending this event.
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I sometimes get stressed imagining someone might disagree with me, and it makes me keep to myself. I try to remind myself that it's ok if they don't agree. What matters is if I let them express their values and they let me express my values, and we can go away thinking on these things. I think we've started to approach conversations as battles to be won instead of opportunities to share knowledge and perspective. Discussing disagreement provides food for thought and a deepening of understanding. Argument deepens the polarization and isolation.
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One thing about Warpcast bots is that it really makes me aware of when I'm reply guying. This could have been an AI bot response, honestly. Does that make it a low quality contribution? Feels like trying to not sound like a bot might help ppl make better contributions! 🤷
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Another week's worth of updates, all right in one place: https://paragraph.xyz/@ibcnews/ibc-news-july-week-1
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Bountycast is turning into the web3 work hub we've all been needing. I'm just waiting for the rebrand, because the name seems limiting to the scope they are starting to address.
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I think this is actually a really interesting point of topic: Is the DAO autonomous or are the contributors? A DAO can't form itself, can't manage itself, and can't decentralize itself. Maybe an AI run DAO could someday. But to me, the goal is not to have an autonomous organization, but rather an organization that enables autonomous contributors. But individuals have to propose actions, integrate tools, and coordinate with other individuals. The DAO can help with this through better tools and workflows, but individuals still have to make those and they will be subjective. That's why we need credible neutrality so that we can establish trust that the collective whole has agreed on what subjective actions the DAO should take and the Blockchain will automatically execute that desire. Is this inline with other's views of DAOs or am I living in my own subjective la-la-land? 😆
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This is a struggle I've been having: Everyone is pushing for more interesting content creation. All across the industry, it's all about maximizing active users by creating interesting content/tools that people want to engage with daily. Problem is I think everyone is at attention max already. Everything is already competing with something else for a slot in the queue. I am constantly juggling the balance of learning/doing/resting. There is so much to learn that I have to force myself to stop just to actually build something, and then there's no time to rest because I've already learned something that makes everything I just got done irrelevant. I don't know what the answer is yet, but I think we're going to see some interesting things happen with AI and information curation (human and AI). I want to see experimentation with minimum viable engagement, instead of maximum sustainable engagement. Let's figure out how to maximize value while minimizing the drain on contributors. Less content, more quality.
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Catch up on all the news across the Interchain this week in just a few minutes: https://paragraph.xyz/@ibcnews/ibc-news-june-week-4
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Meanwhile Robert Jordan Fans lovingly reread the 14 book completed series, plus the prequel and encyclopedia, with fond respect for the man who made certain his story was completed with quite literally his dieing breath. Hat-tip to Brandon Sanderson, as who else could accomplish such a task but a true legend of fantasy? And we cautiously watch Amazon and hope they don't mess up the actual best fantasy epic of all time.... 🤣
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This right here is what makes me wonder if decentralization's best hope is targeting Apple. Because they might already have won... Our only path out of this future is we focus on innovating in the mobile hardware sector with more open platforms... Decentralized Corporate Takeover Vehicles. DCTVs. I like it. DCTVdao: Probably easier than making a better iPhone.
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Don't worry if you're missing out on any crucial news from the /cosmos ecosystem, we've got you covered! Everything important condensed down into one newsletter: https://paragraph.xyz/@ibcnews/ibc-news-june-week-3
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A little poem about DAOs: Your contributions are being recorded They will retroactively be rewarded Nobody will tell you what needs done So step up and pursue your own fun!
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The opposite of which is the feeling when your ens registration expires and nobody tries to squat it for months until you notice.
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This has been my IRL stance my entire life. More recently it has become my default stance online as well. I like smaller groups for expressing dissenting opinions. I'd rather go deeper than wider, most of the time. A public debate used to be reserved for a more professional rhetoric that had been largely worked out beforehand. I think there's room for a balance in there, but in general I'm not interested in public arguments anymore. I find it unproductive.
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Idea for supporting human<>human engagement: Onchain identity for IRL meetups. Ppl can build a social score by verifying they met ppl IRL with onchain attestations. Recorded as data on Farcaster, clients can provide optionality for how users can modulate their experience based on their chosen social score algorithm/settings.
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People's biggest fears about AGI seem to reveal deep down they believe that humans are the worst threat to peaceful harmony on this planet and as soon as something smarter than us comes around they will have no choice but to kill all humans for the sake of the universe.
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Ok so probably not a big issue, but in the action sequence when you're typing the custom message, you can't edit in that text field. So if you make a typo at the beginning you have to delete the whole message to change it. Just a minor gripe from a terrible typest. Mobile & Android
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@bpetes.eth this was an instance where it seemed specifically meaningful to type the command rather than use the action. It seems to me, on the receiving end, having it right there in the comment feels more personal rather than it showing up in your low priority notifications as a bot reply
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Really been enjoying this group. Great to just chat with folks struggling with the same problems and questions about how to navigate this strange landscape.
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