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 #sanfrancisco (monasticacademy.com)
i also work with Tiago Forte at Forte Labs
An Opinionated Guide to Samo Burja
Evolve: A Quick Reference for Wardley Mapping
@vgr not 100% sure if this meets your criteria for what you need / want in a summary, let me know if you have any feedback :)
Nobody Knows How to Learn a Language: the first in a forthcoming series of posts about a new theory of language learning. Achieving fluency is rare, existing language learning models are poor, so methods are incomplete or bad.
The Verge: How a #Vermont Social Network (Front Porch Forum) Became a Model for Online Communities - https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/24/18129437/front-porch-forum-vermont-social-network-listserv-local-online-community
Mapping Moneyball https://medium.com/@tasshin/mapping-moneyball-c0b57a12bb26
The Virtues of Digital Productivity https://praxis.fortelabs.co/the-virtues-of-digital-productivity-creativity-flexibility-and-adaptability/
On the Use and Abuse of SWOT Diagrams
Foundations of Burja Mapping https://medium.com/@tasshin/foundations-of-burja-mapping-bddfd2874285
Why Map Power?
Also, please keep your slug lines for links you share with #heyfeedfox 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 #heyfeedfox 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 #heyfeedfox 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":
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