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Updated on: Sept 26, 2019 Hyperlocal News Aggregation Infrastructure

Community Network Map USA https://muninetworks.org/communitymap

Submarine Cable Map https://www.submarinecablemap.com/

Indymedia [via Archive.org] https://web.archive.org/web/*/indymedia.org

NewsML-G2 – IPTC https://iptc.org › standards › newsml-g2
NewsML-G2 includes the EventsML-G2 specification for conveying event information in a news industry environment; this may be used for: Receiving all facts about an event from the event organiser.

Ed-itorial re: Support Fearless Journalism https://www.propublica.org/propublicans | One challenge with news folks is that they still think in terms totally defined by physical currency. They don’t “badge” or “credit” folks who share their links — even though search engines use this as the basis of their algorithms. They don’t value donated cyber infrastructure [note the fate of indymedia above]. When Gutenberg began, I bet he was willing to be paid in ink, paper, etc. — why not bits today? [Please see World Community Grid and Nerdalise] jill.shepherd@propublica.org https://www.propublica.org/people/jill-shepherd

Published on: Aug 30, 2012 @ 11:15

The DIGITAL DIVIDE isn’t about have and have nots anymore; it’s about HAVE IN TIME TO BE ACTIONABLE. Monopolies, oligarchies, and boutique data aggregators own the actual currency upon which societies are based:

Chattanooga media jostle in digital fast lane

The citywide rollout of a gigabit Ethernet connection and a brand new, job-proliferating Volkswagen plant have sparked an unusually high level of online competition in the nation’s 86th DMA. Wehco Media’s Times-Free Press leads in traffic while a bevy of rivals, including a strong Internet pureplay, are vying for attention.

High-Frequency Traders Flat-Out Buying Data Ahead of You

When the Institute for Supply Management releases its index of manufacturing activity next week, the headlines from the report will flash to traders at what their eyes tell them is 10:00 am. But unless they are subscribers to a new low-latency feed provided by Thomson Reuters, they’ll actually be getting it late—and depending on how they’re positioned, it could be too late.

04/24/2012 Internet2 General Session focused on transformation PDF

04/25/2012 Internet2 General Session focused on innovation PDF

Smart Grid Requires Utilities To Merge IT And OT Worlds

Maps

Carroll Ellis Symposium — America’s Greatest Revival: Cane Ridge Reconsidered

Description Link:
https://www.lipscomb.edu/events/carroll-ellis-symposium
Audio Files:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hgKFTU7zaG5P8gQPZpyX0pQErnDhz26K

“…a fast-moving look at the greatest revival in American history and an event central to the DNA of Churches of Christ. Four eminent restoration scholars are coming together to present nine 18-minute messages spotlighting the roots and great themes behind this remarkable moment in American history.”

Speakers:

Leonard Allen, Lipscomb College of Bible & Ministry Dean
John Mark Hicks, Lipscomb Professor of Bible
Richard Hughes, Lipscomb Scholar-in-Residence
James Gorman, Associate Professor of History at Johnson University

Presentations:

The Second Great Awakening (Gorman)
Barton Stone: His Role in the Revival (Hughes)
Cane Ridge: What Really Happened There? (Gorman)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Communion Festival (Hicks)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Racial Diversity and Slavery (Hughes)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Women as Exhorters (Gorman)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Was Cane Ridge America’s Pentecost? (Allen)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Revivalism, Spirit, and Unity (Hicks)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Loss of Trajectory in Restoration Movement (Allen)

Of related interest:

Edward J. Robinson: Fighting for the pure gospel

Stone-Campbell: Recommended resources

Mission Journal Oral History Interview by Greg McKinzie

Abstract

Greg McKinzie conducted an interview-style session at the 2017 Christian Scholars’ Conference, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN, dedicated to recording the stories of Dwain Evans, Vic Hunter, and Richard Hughes in the production of Mission Journal. Participants reflected on the motivations, hardships, and successes of publishing thoughtful, courageous content during a tumultuous time for the country and for Churches of Christ. What were the personal costs? How did the journal evolve and why? What would they do differently if they had it to do over? And what is the legacy of Mission for today?

Recommended Citation

McKinzie, Greg (2017) “Mission Journal Oral History Interview,” Mission: Vol. 0 : Iss. 0 , Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.acu.edu/missionjournal/vol0/iss0/1

Amy Jimenez: The Impact of the Pentecostalism on the Stone Campbell Movement and on the Understanding of the Holy Spirit within Churches of Christ

James W. Garrett: The Role of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament Church
A survey of New Testament references to the Holy Spirit with a view toward understanding His ongoing role in the Church and the lives of individual believers

Geekonomics

RE: #MeToo and “disabilities often get left behind” Please review: https://muninetworks.org/communitymap and https://www.submarinecablemap.com/ and ask why the typical “successful corporative narrative” is STILL so geographically dependent? Hypothesis: #shedim and #TaxRegimes and Decision Makers With Little Visionary Imagination #DMWLVI The first step when someone becomes aware of a system they inhabit should be to question whether that system is sustainable. Most assume theirs is — because acknowledging that it may not be causes cognitive dissonance [PAIN]. Global corporatism is not sustainable (requires central banks, fiat currencies, and international militarism), increasingly focuses almost all rewards upon the CSuite occupants to the detriment of all workers (CSuites, who use the funds to rent politicians via PACs, Dark Monies, lobbyists, and make them organize as a two party system [in the US] which fight over red herring issues / shiny metal objects instead of directing legislatures to adopt #SayOnPay and remove #RestrictedStockClasses etc. ). An international war against parenting is affecting everyone — but because unions, guilds, etc. have been busted, folks assume they are the only ones seeing the writing on the wall. Employees increasingly forced into NDAs, noncompetes, mediation vs. courts, EULAs, all assume they are the only ones feeling the pressure. They are not. #RadicalWorkplaceHonesty #OpenCommunications

Alternate Inflation Measures

John Williams’ Shadow Government Statistic Alternate Inflation Charts www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts

Is there a crisis in capitalism?

By Bill Gates May 20, 2019 The Future of Capitalism

Diabolical [Demented] CEOs

Lawrence Mishel, et. al. at Economic Policy Institute

The State Of The World According To Malachi Martin

Luciferianism run amok or two mucks

Fr Nicholas Gregoris
@GregorisFr

youtu.be/7ZwwhhBs9Mo via @YouTube

#MalachiMartin #AltaVendita
#Masons #VaticanBank
#VaticanII #Modernism
#Marxism #NewWorldOrder
#ThirdSecretofFatima

Econometrics

A First in Decades, More Businesses Are Closing Than Opening in Most Metro Areas
The little growth that is occurring is confined to a relatively few regions. See how your area compares.
by Mike Maciag | February 7, 2017 AT 10:00 AM

As small businesses struggle, these U.S. cities are helping entrepreneurs thrive
A new report suggests new business formation has hit historic lows; here’s how four cities are trying to help new owners open doors By Patrick Sisson Feb 7, 2017, 10:56am EST

The Myth of the Millennial Entrepreneur
The generation cheered for its start-up mentality is actually starting companies at the lowest rate in 25 years. Why? Derek Thompson Jul 6, 2016

Kauffman Indicators of Entrepreneurship

Historical Kauffman Index Reports
The Kauffman Index produced annual reports since 1996, and three new types of reports after the relaunch in 2015: state, national, and metropolitan/city trends.

Sick’em More Institute

The Sycamore Institute, a nonpartisan public policy research center for Tennessee, seeks a full-time Policy Analyst to join its bipartisan team.

My wife wants me to make something perfectly clear: Choose Ed, choose Ed!

Importance of Payor Influence

Medical Banking Blog (from back in the day) Launch News from 2007
2010 HIMSS Recap
Google: “medical banking” site:www.himss.org

Importance of understanding the actual Information Technology Involved

[RE: Conmergence] Perhaps the ultimate HIT wonk blog? Sometimes Ed Dodds’ posts are long and thoughtful, sometimes he re-posts public notices, or puts in a two-word recommendation to an external site. Lots and lots of long lists of names, chapters, external links, etc., leave you in a quagmire of thought you wish you had time to slog around in. The net result is kind of like opening up Rain Man’s cranium and watching the neurons fire as he counts the toothpicks in slow motion.
the HIT Transition Weblog (comments from back in the day)

Business Process Management Plus (BPM+ Health) Industry Workshop [Tuesday & Wednesday, September 24 – 25, 2019]

Importance of Knowing the True Obstacles

Health Insurance and Pharma CEO Compensation
PNHP.org on the Wayback Machine

Importance of Networks (Experts)

Neo4j Connects Healthcare using Open Data
Go to the money shot where Shi* can identify the opioid vending machine doctor *Yaqi Shi, Data Scientist at Clover Health

EARN is a nationwide network of research, policy, and public engagement organizations fighting, state by state, for an economy that works for everyone.

LinkedIn Connections to date: 29,385

I admin the Technology Nashville (6,600 members) and Medical Banking (600+ members) groups on LinkedIn.

blog.conmergence.com viewed by folks using 11,800+ ISPs, 130+ languages, 170+ nations.

Ed’s ability to research and locate relevant and insightful connections and potential technology linkages is uncanny and at times seems almost preordained. He is also a great pleasure to work with and a great facilitator. July 29, 2005
David R.R. Webber

Importance of Networks (Data Moving)

Third National Research Platform Workshop posted by Dana Brunson

Why USA (or any) Workers Don’t Make Progress

1) Global corporatist (no national allegiances) CEOs extravagantly compensated
2) Citizen United allows CSuites unlimited “legal” PACs and Dark Money to “lobby” all candidates from both parties
3) No talk of “SayOnPay” or elimination of various preferred stock classes and similar crony capitalism oligarchical mechanisms, or meaningful stock grants to employees
4) Diversionary talk of unlivable Living Wages / increased minimum wages (shiny metal $15 an hour red herrings)

Tennessee to receive Connect America Funding

Another Round of Funding Starts This Month for Broadband Buildout
in Rural Communities in 22 States

FCC AUTHORIZES SECOND WAVE OF FUNDING FOR RURAL BROADBAND FROM CONNECT AMERICA FUND AUCTION

Holston Connect Minimum Speed 1 Gbps/500 Mbps Locations 517 Support / 10 Years $535,417

Meriwether Lewis Connect Minimum Speed 1 Gbps/500 Mbps Locations 290 Support / 10 Years $1,183,627

h|t Ann Treacy

#HalWomble2014 https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/7521088386.pdf

Recently, Tennessee Telecommunications Association changes its name to Tennessee Broadband Association

“Medicare for All” House Hearing | C-SPAN

The House Rules Committee held a hearing on “Medicare for All” proposals.
https://www.c-span.org/video/?460207-1/advocates-opponents-testify-medicare-all-hearing

Michael C. Burgess M.D.
U.S. Representative
[R] Texas
Tom Cole
U.S. Representative
[R] Oklahoma
Sara Collins
Vice President
Commonwealth Fund->Health Care Coverage and Access
Jim McGovern
U.S. Representative
[D] Massachusetts
Ed Perlmutter
U.S. Representative
[D] Colorado
Jamie Raskin
U.S. Representative
[D] Maryland
Mary Gay Scanlon
U.S. Representative
[D] Pennsylvania
Grace-Marie Turner
Founder and President
Galen Institute
Rob Woodall
U.S. Representative
[R] Georgia

The Tennessee Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

Monday, January 7, 2019 at 6 pm. American Baptist College 1800 Baptist World Center Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37207 || https://www.facebook.com/events/958696150983355/

The Tennessee Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival has organized representatives of the poor and directly affected from across the state to testify at the Poor People’s Hearing at American Baptist College in Nashville on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 6 pm. This is the evening before the 2019 session of the Tennessee legislature convenes.

This is a moment in which our legislators, elected officials and the people in power across the state most need to hear the voices of the directly affected and the moral authority of faith leaders in addressing the grievous sins of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and ecological devastation. We have invited our state legislators and national Congressional representatives, as well as mayors and officials from cities and counties across Tennessee.

We are inviting the powerful — not to speak for us — but to listen. We are inviting those in power to listen to those who have traditionally been left out of the electoral and governing processes in this country. Tennessee’s elected officials will learn about the power of a new and unsettling force that is organizing across this country, and they will hear our demands!

Forward together, not one step back! #Tennessee #PoorPeoplesCampaign