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i was formerly known as @mwfogleman

i took bodhisattva vows earlier this year and received the name Tasshin 達真

i am training at the Monastic Academy's new location in (monasticacademy.com)

i also work with Tiago Forte at Forte Labs

Also, please keep your slug lines for links you share with relatively short (~10 words maybe). Otherwise I just have to trim it or rewrite it myself.

It's actually quite a nice summarization challenge. Shoot for the saved-you-a-click type of slug line. Limit your valuative remarks to 1-2 adjectives. Avoid big block quotes.

Prompt: it'd be nice to have more fodder for the short-takes section of roundups.

If a toot seems particularly good in hindsight, try using the delete-and-redraft to add the hashtag

Sorry for missed feedfox updates in last few weeks. Still trying to find the right rhythm for curation. Keep the links coming.

In my new blog post, I review the work of sociologist and analyst Samo Burja, and combine it with the work of Simon Wardley's Wardley Maps to make... Burja Mapping. Enjoy "Towards Burja Mapping":
medium.com/@tasshin/towards-bu

A friend of mine, Miles Bukiet, left the monastery and finished his Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at UPenn.

He shared his thesis / dissertation with me. I read it in one sitting and was so excited because it conveys, better than almost anything I’ve seen, what a monastery is, why one might train in one (+ how heroic that is), and what possibilities monasteries hold for us in our present and future.

Here are my notes:
evernote.com/l/AgSf1qwnOyRPJIS

technomancy making his own lisp to make a game that wins the lisp game jam is the most @technomancy thing ever 😂

topics i'm interested in reading more about:
- the feasibility of, pros/cons, path to world government 🌎
- coordination between actors/organizations/communities 🤝

any ?

i was formerly known as @mwfogleman

i took bodhisattva vows earlier this year and received the name Tasshin 達真

i am training at the Monastic Academy's new location in (monasticacademy.com)

i also work with Tiago Forte at Forte Labs

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