ZbigniewLukasiak (ThoughtStorms)

I've met Phil Jones on [www.tribe.net. http://www.tribe.net www.tribe.net].]

My background is computing science but my interest have muche greater range: SocialSoftware, C G Jung psychology, Enneagram, Edward De Bono inspired thinking methods.

I'm a programmer although currently I work as a business system analyst. I am a monk too: [perlmonks. http://www.perlmonks.org/index.pl?node_id=228394 perlmonks].]

: great to have you here Zbigniew :-)

-- PhilJones


Nice Moscow pics by the way, what were you up to there? Holiday or something else? -- PhilJones


What a multichannel discussion. I feel I need to answer it here as well - that was a business trip, there will be more they are going to send me all over the Europe.

By the way - aren't they a kind of SocialAffordance?

-- ZbigniewLukasiak


Aren't what a kind of SocialAffordance?

-- PhilJones

Like the kind that induces such private discussion about our travelling plans and possibility to meet (in case you have not seen that yet: ** | Error in SisterSite link ... seems like is not recognised. u'[WikiAffordances.

-- ZbigniewLukasiak


My server is down (some hardware problem). I hope you won't mind if I use that space as some scratch space.

http://votemeoff.com/view.news.php?id=9

http://cornerstone-brainstorm.blogspot.com/2004/12/pubsub-natural-abstraction-for.html

http://x-pollen.com/many/blog.html

- http://cpan.uwinnipeg.ca/htdocs/Rubric/README.html - Rubric plans to be an OSS del.icio.us clone.

If you stop any program and start another, data displayed by the first program is

probably erased from the screen and irretrievably lost from view. In general, "running

a program" in most systems puts you into a mode where the facilities of other programs

are unavailable to you. Dan Swinehart calls this the dilemma of preemption.

http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs242/readings/Smalltalk-Byte.htm

-- ZbigniewLukasiak

No problem at all. And by the way, I just got your postcard. Thanks. (It probably came about a week ago but I didn't check my snail-mail box :-( ) Will work out a suitable response.

-- PhilJones

We could start a tribe for people who contacted each other with post cards. -- ZbigniewLukasiak