Issue #356: supporter edition

Hi reader,

Today I have the privilege of giving a eulogy at the memorial service for my good friend Dai Barnes. Not everyone can be there, so I've posted the full text here.

In other news, below you'll find an article and microcast about liquid democracy, and a roundup of links including ones about edtech resistance, privacy, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

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It’s not a revolution if nobody loses

Given the state that politics is in right now, it's well worth trying liquid democracy.
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Microcast #075 - Liquid Democracy

Friday fluctuations

Do It Yurtself
Have a quick skim through these links that I came across this week and found interesting.
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Until next week,
PS You can read what I've been up to this week in Weeknote 38/2019
Doug Belshaw
Dr. Doug Belshaw is an Open Educational Thinkerer, currently working with Moodle and We Are Open Co-op to improve our world.

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