I streamed the second installment of the “Flow Life” series last night with my friend Leo. Check out his recent work on natural capital sensor networks and data dashboards here! If you want to review the slides, here’s a link to the deck. Start at slide number 74.
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‘Celo’ is an interesting token name, I wonder if it is a reference to Arthur Morgan who set-up an intentional community in the Appalachians in 1937 called Celo.
According to their website it means “purpose” in Esperanto. https://blog.celo.org/the-celo-logo-story-e8593e5e55d6
George Hicks wrote a book called ‘Experimental Americans: Celo and Utopian Community in the Twentieth Century’.
I wish it weren’t so expensive! Interesting that there were Quaker ties, too. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celo_Community
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