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Comment by Ben Roberts on November 13, 2011 at 7:48am
If you tell us who it is, we can suspend them.
Comment by d.harliwich on November 13, 2011 at 3:20am

Hi guys, love what you're doing.

Everyone should be aware that there are people making phishing accounts to message members of this website. I received this one earlier today from a "fellow member".

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Hello, my name is [name], i came across your profile now on this Comment Site . So I decided to stop by an let you know that I really want to have a good friendship with you. Beside i have something special i want to discuses with you, but I find it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site. I will be very happy, If you can get back to me, through my e-mail. [email address] So we can get to know each other better,and i well give you my pictures and also tell you more about me OK, you can contact me through my e-mail id Is,[email id]
  Regard,
[name],

 

 

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Now you know, so be careful! Don't feed the trolls.

Keep up the amazing work, you are all incredible!!! <3 Love and solidarity from Aotearoa New Zealand

Comment by Robert Riversong on November 10, 2011 at 6:29pm

“The chief cause of problems is solutions.”

- Eric Sevareid (CBS news journalist from 1939 to 1977)

Why Things Bite Back: Technology and the Revenge of Unintended Consequences by Edward Tenner (1996), former executive editor for physical science and history at Princeton University Press 

Even when used to better the world, technology fosters unforeseen, often unpleasant consequences that Tenner calls "revenge effects." Technology continues to replace acute life-threatening problems with slower-acting, more persistent ones – the unintended consequences of the mechanical, chemical, biological, and medical forms of ingenuity that have been hallmarks of the progressive, improvement-obsessed modern age. 

Comment by Jitendra Darling on November 10, 2011 at 5:02pm

Problems = Opportunity for discovery = Challenge to renew perspective

Comment by Ben Roberts on November 10, 2011 at 3:33pm
@Inga: I believe you should get a confirmation message on your screen saying that the invites have been sent.

@Robert: as someone whose work involves engaging people both virtually and face-to-face, I'm keenly of these challenges. I also think that our use of tech like this is very much in its infancy. Think about what it must have been like five years after the telephone began to get adopted on a wide scale. One of the most interesting aspects of this for me is the development of processes for integrating face-to-face, asynchronous virtual (like this thread) and synchronous virtual (like our cafe calls). I see enormous richness to be tapped there, once we create and become comfortable with processes that take advantage of the unique strengths of each of these three modalities.
Comment by Robert Riversong on November 10, 2011 at 3:23pm

These problems are all great examples (that we rarely consider) of how technology designed to improve communication can also diminish it or make it problematic in new ways.

The Law of Unintended Consequences.

Comment by Inga Jensen on November 10, 2011 at 1:47pm

Hi there, I have tried twice now to invite friends from my gmail account. Each time I hit "invite" nothing appears to happen...can you please tell me if I've been successful or if I've spammed my friends...thanks.

Comment by Steven Gregory Barnes on November 7, 2011 at 1:32pm

Ben said that there is a "harvest" tab in the "calls" menu. There isn't that option available for me.

 

Comment by Steven Gregory Barnes on November 7, 2011 at 1:29pm

I am trying to get to the "harvest" feature. I don't see a link on the occupy home page.  Clicked on calls>current call menus. It went to a page. First on the page was “click here to register”. I’m already registered. How do I navigate to "harvest"?

Comment by Robert Riversong on November 5, 2011 at 6:57pm

Why is it, in this leaderless, anarchic movement based on the fundamental value of free speech, that the website moderators are vetting and "approving" what gets posted as a blog?

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