Sunday, February 5, 2012

5 websites I would be a part of if they existed:


Using current news headlines as an anchor, the public can create and vote on the most critical questions burning in our minds and tracks the kind and difficulty/complexity of questions created over time. A Socratic approach to find out what questions do we share?

With our minds firing on all cylinders rarely are we actually creating interesting projects that would be the right idea for our own artistic practice. This site built on open source software destabilizes the private nature of creativity and offers a way for people to share how they would go about a project if they were the right one to do it. A lost and found perhaps of clever strategies.

Supposedly this site site already exists in a way on as a Japanese website and there were many more that were featured on a show called Ito-ke no Shokutaku, but it's about time there was a single database and we can all benefit from each others household wisdom.

Inspired by the book of the same name title, a database of community-based organizations and artists to communally discuss lessons learned, share resources, archive and track past and future inspirational models.

A skill sharing site that works like where people can vouch for people that barter or give services out for free that can be requested or offered. Dentists who will do dental care for art, rich men who want to take out girls to help pay for their student loans exist so why not for getting home cooked pies in exchange for helping someone learn how to code in JavaScript?

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