watching/listening to her over the years..
mar 2014 tweet from Adora’s session at sxswedu..
#selfdirect @adorasv –
How do we teach curiosity?
We’re all born curious-
we need to figure out how to keep it.
[perhaps how to keep it: short]
just imagine what’s possible..
changing the story – from oversimplified and silenced… to.. and they lived happily ever after.
feb 2015 – tedxberkley talk (not up yet?):
her first TED talk:
interview with Howard:
In a different world, we wouldn’t be predator and prey, all hopeful eyes meeting cold shoulders. ……Let’s create that world, because in a different world, J, last night we could have been friends.
Ending the Shame of Sex | TEDxBerkeley
july 2015 – because sometimes I like to question what in the world to do with my life at 1 AM
let’s work toward a world where our goals are larger than increasing profits, and our opportunities to matter are more plentiful than our opportunities to forget that once, we cared about mattering.
a story about people grokking what matters.
nov 2015 convo w/Jack
jack – I didn’t feel like googling it, so I did an experiment.
adora—I think that’s the only time a human has ever said that.
Why You Should Think Twice About Calling the Police on Homeless People https://t.co/kEZGmPFckU
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hardlynormal/status/1054428077432979456
The harsh reality is that the solution to homelessness is not a phone call, a police sweep or a shiny new app; it’s housing that people can afford.
this isn’t (doesn’t need to be ) rare.
imagine – facilitating authenticity…
finding all the geniuses inside.. waiting to be seen/heard/loved.
and imagine if we called – facilitating curiosity – school – in the city – as the day?
7 billion such researchers/entrepreneurs/happy people.. no?