Dear all, The apithology seed sprouted! And we found that it has already grown into a mighty tree. For two weeks in the early part of January Will and I worked on a project to collate and classify all existing Apithology materials. You are invited to share in the joy of this completed accomplishment! At→
The monthly community meet-up call today moves us from the previous Apithologue site to a new space (and place). The notes from our call are: Frisky, Languid, Changing, Grounded, Unsure, Emptied, Harried. Ebb and flow, seeing things we can’t always see, seeings things never seen, porpita porpita on the beaches of changing times, ways of→
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We had a long think and about the levels and layers of membership and the discussion permissions for the Community WebSpace. We ultimately wanted something for everyone. We also recognised that dedicated spaces for practice questions and practitioner queries was important to the community. Also, so was flexibility and the ability to progress and to→
Work has begun on our new community practice space. After looking into several options in the static websites of Web 1.0 and the proliferation of Web 2.0 social networking groups the natural decision is to ask; “What would an apithological one look like?”. The decision then is to ‘grow’ our new community site, doing so→