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Dadamac Connect

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Dadamac Connect is a social business set up by its co-founders Pamela McLean and Nicola Fishman on the 1st September 2014.

Dadamac Connect is

 a membership organisation

 a supportive and questioning community

 peer to peer learning & learn by doing

a reflective space

offers analasis and helps you make sense of the changing world around you

Your annual £10 fee enables you to access the knowledge and networks of the co-founders

As a founder member you will:

receive a membership card

Landscape of Change

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This is a perspective on our rapidly changing world. Think of it like a rough sketch map to help us find our way as we stumble (or run, or slide, or whatever) into the future. It's an image that is developing all the time and helps me to make sense of things. Some other people find it helpful too. More perspectives are welcome.

The initiators

Pamela McLean - and various future-oriented friends and contacts (past and present) whose actions and generous sharing of ideas have influenced my thinking.

Write-up by

Pamela McLean

Dadmac.net an experiment in information sharing

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Dadamac.net is an experiment in information sharing, not a traditional website. It is exploring strategies to make grassroots information more visible and easy to access.The information it presents is the result of much behind the scenes work in online community development and mutually beneficial information sharing.

Initiators

Pamela McLean, Nikki Fishman, Andy Broomfield, John Dada.

Write-up by

Pamela McLean

Julliet Makhapila's project - visibility

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Updated January 2013

Julliet is a Kenyan living in London. She set up a small feeding programme for children in her home village, from her own pocket, admistered by the local headmaster, and with careful monitoring. There have been fringe benefits and some local people are sufficiently impressed to put in their own money to enable it to reach more children. She wants of enable more replication and to share lessons learned from this project. She has tried to create a website, but struggles to know what part of her story to tell and how to tell it.

Digital footprints

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This is an exploration of digital footprints as a way of demonstrating competence (especially in emerging areas which lack the easy reference points of academic accreditation, military rank, and similar traditional evidence of position and reputation).

The initiators

Pamela McLean and Nikki Fishman

Write up by

Pamela McLean

Fantsuam Foundation - initial "visibility" project

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The original reason for setting up www.dadamac.net was to make Fantsuam Foundation more visible on the Internet, and to illustrate how dadamac could make communicaiton and collaboration with FF easy.

The initiators:

John Dada, Pamela McLean, Nikki Fishman

Write-up by

Pamela McLean

Dadamac's Posterous

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It is an alterative space for quickly publishing content on the web. Orignally used for open letters and things that didn't have an obvious "place" within Dadamac.net.

The initiators:

This is something that is "me on my own" (Pamela McLean)

The backstory:

Dadamac's Posterous is partly an experiment with public-space and private-space. It's also an early attempt to bring more of my interests together in one place. Posterous is a wonderful middle way between a blog and an email (and is evoivng further over time).

Another Pyramid of Peace?

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Kenyan elections are scheduled for March 2013. Various people in Dadamac and Minciu Sodas remember both the violence and the conflict resolution work from last time. It would seem that if we can learn lessons from last time then it would help people to plan ahead.

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No action group or study group has been initiated yet, but a few resources have been gatherd here, following some emails people exchanged esporessing concerns.

Write-up by

Pamela McLean

Online

The true home of Dadamac is online - which is what gives Dadamac its unique character and culture. People now in Dadamac  have been using a combination of Internet and local person-to-person networks for communication since 2000.This has given us valuable experience of enabling online collaboration between people in widely differing cultures and circumstances.

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Collaborators connect and climate change

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Whatever you believe about climate change, there is no denying:

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