sam hardy

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Sam learning Hebrew:

meeting the guys in australia (Edna's kids):
chess in Hebrew - practicing time/talent trade:
talking with school board member (now president) about Hebrew:
below find pictures of him in a be you book.
han be you book p 38

sam be you book p 72
han be you book p 107

slide below from this slidedeck - if you want live links.
sam p 1
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We have crafted and are ongoingly crafting this site to share learnings/insight/curiosities/wonderings – [it seems almost like a thesis of the last 4 years and also a prototype for an app we are crafting – yet seeking to model/share it in a way to perhaps debunk the mindset many currently hold (or are held to) on what matters, ie: what does success mean, what does credentialing mean]  So everyone’s work is all over it. And attribution becomes a blur, as we melt into us.

Besides work/insight on the site, particularly with video/web design, Sam’s interest has been in ideas relating to a new mindset in what economy means. Seen in some of the following pages

small is beautiful – economy as if people mattered

decentralization – starfish and the spider

new econ for 100% of humanity – 1 earning a living for 10,000

behavioral econ – how do you define irrational, why do we do what we do

intention economy – intentionality/transparency as currency – goal of curiosity app

relationship economy – if trust became our currency

emotional economy

the zoom dance – timelines..

95% – literacy/cheating

– econ plan for city as school: betting on the sync (people, spaces/resources, tech to connect)

– little longer version – our informal business plan: business plan

one size does not fit all

to know

In the first year of the lab – he jumped/fell right into the time/talent mentality (chess for Hebrew) via Skype with a Jewish school in Australia.

This year he’s experiencing another virtual realm with MLB Stars Collection:

sam's baseball econ game

MLB Stars Collection is an iOS application by CyberX that is officially endorsed by Major League Baseball. The app puts the user in the position of a GM as they attempt to construct a dynasty using real MLB players from all 30 teams.

Of the game he writes:

During the course of a day, I’m talking to other players, perhaps 100 are playing at a time, I maybe talk to 10-15 a day. You make posts and people comment on them. For example, the people that I have for trade, what I’m looking for to get from the trade, then others post an offer. So to me, this is like Economics because I attend events to earn prizes to get started, like my own company. Then people start buying from me or trading with me. From there I have to figure out things like, what I want, what ‘s a good deal, what’s a fair deal.

Their wikia site.


Here Mary Ann writes of similar community/learnings of her son via Minecraft.

(Minecraft is now being referred to as potentially, the future university for engineers, because, for instance, a good engineer gets something built right by the 3rd try, an average one, by the 10th try, those using Minecraft virtually, usually get it built right on the first try.)

Changing our ways, looking for and leaning into all the ways (public – concerning all the people) to learn/be/do, so that suffocating from the day is no longer an issue.

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in jesus name we play

 

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Ernő Rubik

rubik’s cube.. waiting to be answered…

falling in love with the questions…

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jan five and aug two.. let go

let go of things

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working on a nother way for you & yours .. et al

ginorm small love

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