Category: Non-Profit Groups Using the Internet

Comment on Building a dome to protect a city, farm, factory, refinery, facility, moon city, mars facility

https://www.researchgate.net/post/If_I_were_to_make_a_dome_to_protect_a_city_how_would_I_proceed Valentin Bogatu   Interesting question. It makes me wonder if you make money selling fabric.   But seriously, why would you? On Mars and the moon, yes. Most countries and cities and groups in the world can barely afford to live. They carry umbrellas. Their houses and cars and buildings have roofs. They wear
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Comment on measuring “trust” in organizations and groups and in society

https://www.researchgate.net/post/Are_ther_ways_to_quantify_measure_the_level_of_trust Jan Loeschner   I have to estimate the strength and character of many kinds of relationships in human society when projecting future changes on the Internet. The Internet captures much of what is happening in society, and its change is intimately related to short and long term changes in human systems. Trust is too
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Spinal Cord Injury in Bangladesh – Connecting all people in the world related to “spinal cord injury”

“spinal cord injury” has 18 Million entry points (15 Oct 2021, Google) Can you make a short video? Put it on YouTube and add Patreon? That would reach the largest audience globally, and it is fairly stable. You can make videos about the issue in Bangladesh and globally, about the impact on the family. Tell
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Spinal cord injury – global coordination and support system needed

ShahinaJoly, I read these and I am very sorry that this has happened to someone in your family. My younger brother broke his neck at C1-C2 many years ago and was quadriplegic, on a respirator, constantly sick with pneumonia, until he died a year and a half after his accident. It was one of the
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Astronomical Societies – Everyone has a right to see and study the sky, without begging or paying

Luis, I think the default should be – if I am looking at my settings – I want to change them.  I had to figure out that I first had to click on “Make Changes to Primary Member Record” (not a confirmation of changes, but getting permission to change it at all), which was after
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Comment on UN fund raising practices on the Internet

Jane, I commented on your “Urgent appeal” posting. You have edited and curated many things. How would you approach the wide variety and purposes of postings on the Internet related to “Afghanistan”?  — Any topic that has millions or billions of entry points on the Internet? That is what I am facing with the Internet
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Comment on a Prayer for Afghanistan on Facebook

Peggy Browder Collins, Cristine Phillipps Arnold, Melanie Smith Krenek⁠ ⁠ When my Mom was still living, she prayed constantly. She taught us to care about every person. When I was growing up, there were whole communities of people praying constantly. ⁠ Now Cristine’s prayers are organized and focused on specific issues. I can see her
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Comments to AllSky group on Facebook

I bought this Arducam MIPI camera for the Raspberry Pi. It is 4672*3496 and the best that anyone seems to have gotten is 1 frame every 10 seconds. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07W6LTFZC. I think it needs a $200 computer, not a $100 one. And some assembler or C programming. But then look at the time lapses posted by
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Comment on how to copy trees and find Birth Parents using Ancestry DNA

I have used Family Tree Maker which syncs to Ancestry. You download the trees to FTM and merge them, and then upload to a new tree. The merging is tedious but better than “save to tree” bit by bit. It is the ONLY method I found that preserves the records as records so that all
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Comment to a private group on Facebook about DNA genealogy

This group has grown to over 100,000 members. I see some wonderful advice that should probably be in a globally accessible form. This is a “private” group, so nothing posted here is seen or indexed and available except to people who join. I have helped more than a hundred people with finding their birth parents,
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