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Facilitating cultural realities in the new internet through community curation.
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Introspection at a Glance

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April 08
Looking inward to find peace isn't an easy practice, but with a bit of guidance can be a source of truth and clarity.
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The Many Rewards of Curiosity

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April 01
I’m often asked what draws me to know and retain information with such confidence. This piece delves into my relation to curiosity online and onchain.
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Introducing: The State of People

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March 24
Looking at the state of people from the periphery, it’s not hard to see how dire things have gotten. I still wonder if we’ve done enough. I don’t think we have. Therefore, the experiments must continue.
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ETHDenver 2024 Recap

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March 10
A compilation of what I attended, thoughts on the week, and takeaways from the experience at ETHDenver 2024.
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Hypercuration: Digging Our Way Out

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February 11
While crypto is still wading through the waters of irrelevancy, a critical step lies within our collective liminal space for curation to thrive.
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Yearning for Intimacy in Community

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January 28
INTIMACY IN COMMUNITY is about developing deep, meaningful bonds and a sense of belonging between members through mutual understanding, care, and support.
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For the Love of Immersive, Niche Experiences

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January 21
We need to talk about niches.
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The State of Expansive Communities on Farcaster

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January 12
Expansive Communities: in essence, are interoperable hyperchannels that are both permissionless and sustainable through sensible governance, meaning-making, and caregiving
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Achieving New Heights as a Community Manager in 2024

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January 07
This week I asked for suggestions on what I should write about in the newsletter this year. One response from Katerina from TogetherCrew reminded me that as we grow in our practice, sometimes we get a bit stuck, and this one, in particular, is a great way to open up the new year.