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eab21abe1f15d541d9e89e3e32fe68a53c0439ab — Ruben Beltran del Rio 5 months ago f880914
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# Link: A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic

=> https://allegralaboratory.net/a-claxonomy-of-mexico-citys-traffic/ A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic
This is a wonderful collection and description of the noisy cars of Mexico City!

I didn’t know what to expect from the title, but after going through it I’d say the taxonomy is pretty much on point.
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# Link: A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic

=> https://allegralaboratory.net/a-claxonomy-of-mexico-citys-traffic/ A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic
This is a wonderful collection and description of the noisy cars of Mexico City!

I didn’t know what to expect from the title, but after going through it I’d say the taxonomy is pretty much on point.
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# Link: 🏕️ DWeb debrief: 10 new apps for groups & communities.

=> https://newpublic.substack.com/p/dweb-debrief-10-new-apps-for-groups 🏕️ DWeb debrief: 10 new apps for groups & communities.
I love seeing how different apps are approaching community building, and this list is great!

> Hylo is an up & coming community platform with a powerful ‘holonic’ structure that enables coordination within and across groups. It’s run as a non-profit so they don’t have built-in incentives to design for addiction, and their code base is fully open-source.

I like the idea of having communities that can then share and connect with a larger group. It's unfortunate that it's not decentralized like some of the ones below, but it also looks more mature.

> Futureproof, Neighbourhoods, and We are three separate projects building decentralized community platforms with high levels of community-control and modularity.

I was unaware of Holochain[1] but it's interesting, it reminds me of scuttlebutt but with more of a focus on giving non-tech folks the benefit of a distributed environment. I tried setting up a group with We and it seems simple enough: not many applets yet, but already I can see why I'd rather use a tool like this to organize, rather than a cloud-hosted service.

=> https://www.holochain.org/ [1] Holochain

> Group Income is a brand new product from the non-profit OkTurtles that makes it easy for groups of friends & communities to create a basic income for themselves among one another. [2]

This is a really cool idea! It seems a bit sparse in details as it's being built up, but I'll keep an eye on this, as it has a lot of potential to change how groups of friends can organize and create a better economic safety net.

=> https://groupincome.org/ [2] Group Income

There's a few other good projects in the post, but I still have to go through them and try the services. Definitely check them all out!
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