Bill Thatcher is a community building veteran. He served as Executive Director of M. Scott Peck's foundation, building authentic community in prisons, businesses, and among world leaders.
Way back in 1991 at the wedding of a college buddy I was introduced to LambdaMOO, a text-based virtual reality system. The MOO was a freewheeling environment with characters like Spatula, Obvious, Autumn, Sick, Skeptical, and Eclipse. There was a hot tub, an I Ching garden, a nightclub, an architectural review board, and a sophisticated programming system for building rooms, vehicles, communication systems, and activities. I'm bringing this freewheeling architecture back with Scoby Social.
When I first began participating in Indigenous ceremony I struggled to reconcile the spiritual and mundane worlds. Four Arrow's helped me bridge culture and nature in a complementary model.
Warren Kahn, life coach, Senior Trainer with the More To Life Foundation, and contributing author for Stepping Stones to Success along with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield and Dr. Denis Waitley will present his Master Navigator program, a set of tools for responding to the challenges and wonders of life.
Howard Teich is an archetypal depth psychologist who supports executives and entrepreneurs in creating a flowing balance of solar and lunar consciousness in the business setting.
The purpose of Scoby Society is to support our members in building authentic, healthy relationships online. Through our app, academy, studio, blog and other communications systems we invite people to relate to themselves and others in new and inspiring ways, leaving behind old patterns that no longer serve them.
When my social media feed became filled with urgent cries to "Wake Up!" I turned to my mentors for wisdom and insights. The result is Creators Live!, the first session in a series of conversations on Scoby Social.
When I first got involved in the internet -- way back in 1991, I thought it would turn out very differently. I thought it would be this amazing space for discovery, connection, and experiences. Instead, it's become more like a strip mall with a vape shop, fast food joint and vast parking lot. We're bringing back the old weird internet in a very new way.
A few days ago, Dr. Desktop pulled up our long steep driveway in a white van with bright red warning stripes like an ambulance or paramedic with Emergency Computer Services painted boldly on the back and an EEG cardiogram spike on the side. This got me thinking about scarcity and urgency, domains and niches, and the economics of scale.