About

Sohodojo Jim and Timlynn were active members of the on-line community at Omidyar.net. Omidyar.net, or ONet for short, was an on-line community of kindred spirits sharing a passion for finding ways to empower ourselves and others to have a positive (non-destructive) impact on society and the planet. (NOTE: In the Fall of 2007, the Omidyars decided to close the network and archive its content. The many embedded links to the original posts and community conversations are no longer active.)

Of course “positive (non-destructive) impact” is a subjective and personal matter. For Sohodojo, this means working on ways to envision and realize the Small Is Good World, the world of the empowered Individual and peer-based networks of such individuals. In addition to working on ways to make folks less organization-dependent, we are working on ways to create alternative markets based on a redefinition of consumerism.

All posts in this blog originated as ONet posts. Unfortunately, you may no longer follow links in these blog entries to their source and comment or contribute as an ONet member. You are welcome, however, to contribute comments directly to these blog entries here. Thank you for visiting Sohodojo’s Omidyar.net Blog.

–Sohodojo Timlynn and Jim–

About

Sohodojo Jim and Timlynn were active members of the on-line community at Omidyar.net. Omidyar.net, or ONet for short, was an on-line community of kindred spirits sharing a passion for finding ways to empower ourselves and others to have a positive (non-destructive) impact on society and the planet. (NOTE: In the Fall of 2007, the Omidyars decided to close the network and archive its content. The many embedded links to the original posts and community conversations are no longer active.)

Of course “positive (non-destructive) impact” is a subjective and personal matter. For Sohodojo, this means working on ways to envision and realize the Small Is Good World, the world of the empowered Individual and peer-based networks of such individuals. In addition to working on ways to make folks less organization-dependent, we are working on ways to create alternative markets based on a redefinition of consumerism.

All posts in this blog originated as ONet posts. Unfortunately, you may no longer follow links in these blog entries to their source and comment or contribute as an ONet member. You are welcome, however, to contribute comments directly to these blog entries here. Thank you for visiting Sohodojo’s Omidyar.net Blog.

–Sohodojo Timlynn and Jim–

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