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At the beginning of the year I had grand plans for this series. A daily long-form post about something that was rattling my brain that day. And then life. For a while, I was even just dropping markers - to revisit. I came to realise that part of the problem was the complexity of the structure for each post - so that went away. Simplicity really is rather nice. As I write on 240413, I am now going back and filling in the gaps. PLUS - unless something strikes me immediately, I will not classify until the end of the day and go back to move one of the posts of the day into the 366. Also - if you are wondering how I have update the words at the bottom of over 100 posts at a stroke, well - THANK YOU Andy Sylvester and his Glossary plugin.

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Over on LinkedIN Chris Lockhead posted something about politicians need to meet ‘in the middle’.

I knocked this up as my single image reply and now I can’t find the original post - BLOODY LinkedIN.

Decided to post it here, so I will at least be able to find it when I need it in the future‼️

Meet in the middle is an idealized thought. The political goal posts keep moving one way and I think the citizen’s goal posts are either not moving - OR - moving in the opposite direction.

Via my friend Jerry after this appeared in one of those siloed networks … and is clearly right.

A slightly edited version of a post originally published on February 14th 2016 @ Beyond Bridges, now archived here

A friend and reader of this blog just sent me this link, which is a third party …

Trust and reputation have been on my mind a lot recently.

Both are increasingly important to people, yet the logic, measures and metrics behind the corporate owned, isolated and anonymous silos are driven by secret algorithms.

Open protocols need to replace closed platforms.

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