04 : Q&A
Co-founder of Are.na, Charles Broskoski, shares four things for expanding your interthinking.
1. A piece of writing that taught you something about collective intelligence and action:
David Bohm, On Dialogue. It’s introduction to his concept of Dialogue which describes a process for having a group conversation with no real end goal, but which ends up manifesting a kind of collective intelligence.
2. A piece of music that more people should know about:
Playing Piano for Dad by h hunt.
3. A concept that makes you feel hopeful:
"There are no new ideas, just new ways of giving those ideas we cherish breath and power in our own living." – Audre Lorde
4. A collective effort that shaped how you approach your work:
Open source software. The idea that projects that incorporate more varied approaches and perspectives often are more interesting as a result.