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  • Am I responsible for defamation on my FB group

    Am I responsible for defamation on my FB group

    The High Court of Australia has upheld that a publisher (you) may be liable for defamatory comments made under their social media posts.

  • Do you need an anonymous website

    Do you need an anonymous website

    https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-create-a-truly-anonymous-website-step-by-step/

  • In support of mutual credit

    In support of mutual credit

    Crypto is a Ponzi scheme and it always collapses and most people always lose real money.

  • Newsletter

    Newsletter

    I am coming to the conviction that broadcast communication and Capitalism are intrinsically linked Talking to people might be a possibility How does a Newsletter fit in there?

  • What is community (one)

    What is community (one)

    I am having this chat with someone about BrisLETS “community”The young people are yearning for community I think you are part of a community if you get COVID and two people check in to see how you are and if you need something ? See What is community two

  • What is community (two)

    What is community (two)

    I also think that we have been conned into buying services as a substitute for community – age care, support workers etc Q: Does your $20 BrisLETs fee buy you a lifetime community?A: NO, you can’t buy community you have to reach out to people and build a community. It can’t be couriered to your…

  • As a legal association we need to have a dispute resolution process

    As a legal association we need to have a dispute resolution process

    To strengthen your association’s ability to manage disputes, we recommend that you: appoint a member to be in charge of receiving and dealing with complaintsset up a system to record, track and monitor complaintskeep a record of any complaint that goes to mediation or court. You should also consider adopting a grievance procedure. If you…

  • How to Get Better at Admitting You’re Wrong

    How to Get Better at Admitting You’re Wrong

    Humans are programmed to think we’re right at all costs. Fighting that instinct will set you free. Source: How to Get Better at Admitting You’re Wrong – The Atlantic And so much more How to Build a Life A column about pointing yourself toward happiness by Arthur C. Brooks

  • Why not do it well?

    Why not do it well?

    If I am doing this work, to link into a network of conversation, why don’t I optimise the experience?I would need to be clear about what I was optimising, it’s not income and it’s not exposure. What is it? connect with people who have exciting ideas and educationconnect to people who are doing things or…

  • Graham’s Hierarchy of Disagreement

    Graham’s Hierarchy of Disagreement

    I like this: I like that I can identify some of these patterns here I like how it is clear and jargon-free, it doesn’t need an explanation I like that it is concise and nicely structured I think that good communication is fundamental P2P

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