I would totally pay a global tax to the UN to get access to a truly free internet run by them. And I would even pay tenfold to give that same freedom to nine people I don’t know and who might be totally against my values. 1/2

@dredmorbius and I’m on your side. So let’s move onward. Find better solutions. Expose the failures. Iterate. Look forward.

@jwildeboer So, a couple of approaches I try to use:

1. Establish common ground or agreement.

2. Identify concerns or disagreeent.

3. Seek to expand 1 and shrink 2.

Which follow.

Follow

@jwildeboer Another bit of background that may be useful: a "Hierarchy of Failures" (or if you prefer the inverse: the success chain) in problem resolution:

old.reddit.com/r/dredmorbius/c

Note that "awareness that there is a problem" is the ultimate prerequisite.

I've evolved thinking somewhat since writing that. Diagnosis and etiology don't *necessarily* need to be complete, especially in an emergency (e.g., emergent situation). Though at least a working hypothesis helps markedly.

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