Saturday, April 29, 2017

Orangutan troops: Curious about ways in which homo sapiens may conceive of intelligence newly in orangutans and in comparison with humans, in English ... Dr Birutė Galdikas


Curious about ways in which homo sapiens may conceive of intelligence newly in orangutans and in comparison with humans, in English (and other languages)...

What are the greatest writings about this? 

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Orangutan wiki subject at World University and School ... 

In what ways would http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Environmental_Studies and even http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Environmental_Engineering help increase Orangutan populations significantly?

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Here are some examples from Wikipedia: 

Orangutans are among the most intelligent primates; they use a variety of sophisticated tools and construct elaborate sleeping nests each night from branches and foliage. The apes have been extensively studied for their learning abilities. There may even be distinctive cultures within populations. Field studies of the apes were pioneered by primatologist Birutė Galdikas.

And see in the "Orangutan" Wikipedia article too: 



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Dr Birutė Galdikas looks a bit like she's "gone native" here (in an anthropological sense, too) in presenting a book ... 





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Reflections of Eden: My Years with the Orangutans of Borneo
by Birute M. F. Galdikas

Orangutan Odyssey
by Birute Mary Galdikas


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Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5IT37gLqis
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Birute Galdikas Orangutan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHb4JzDczkc

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Born to Be Wild (2011) Birute Galdikas, Daphne Sheldrick

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Red rainbowfish: MIT bachelor's degree in brain and cognitive sciences, Research assistant at UC Berkeley studying memory, Fluent in Japanese, Interest in philosophical and brain science questions about consciousness, Google / Stanford's Tom Dean - "Automatically Inferring Meso-scale Models of Neural Computation", I ask at 49 mins abt data-with many implications for a realistic virtual earth with TIME SLIDER and at atomic level, Colin McGinn's "The Mysterious Flame" (1999), Tom Nagel's "What is it like to be a bat?" (1974), David Chalmer's Consciousness.net e.g. "Facing Up to the Problem of Consciousness" (1995), Add your name to my new research group page - http://www.scottmacleod.com/research-group.html - where it would be fun to explore further the questions of consciousness and brain modeling


Hi Aimi,

It was very nice to meet and talk with you at the Wikimedia Wikisalon in SF on Wednesday. Since you have a MIT bachelor's degree in brain and cognitive sciences and work as a research assistant at UC Berkeley studying memory, and have some interest in philosophical and brain science questions about consciousness ...

here are some of the articles and media we were talking about and potentially re the questions about consciousness ... 

Google / Stanford's Tom Dean - 
"Automatically Inferring Meso-scale Models of Neural Computation"


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Google/Stanford's Tom Dean Automatically Inferring Meso-scale Models of Neural Computation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HazJ7LHihG8 … I ask at 49 mins abt data


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The question I ask at about 49:15 minutes: 

"Thank you for a fascinating presentation. If you were to build a process of simulation on this Connectome project, going from the molecular to the behavioral, beyond intuition, and extend that to the nano as well as to the neuronal as well as to say a street view level - e.g. Google Streetview with time slider with open simulator - what would be the limitations in the kinds of data that exist now you would like to overcome in creating, say, this fly brain, or similar, that even could extend around us in an augmented reality for various kinds of STEM research?" 

Tom replies at about 50:10 minutes ... 

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Curious how philosophy of mind / questions of how consciousness works will emerge newly out of such "Automatically Inferring Meso-scale Models of Neural Computation" ... and re the following ... 

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See, too - 

Fledermaus: Mouse came out of near my windshield wipers Friday night coming home from UC Berkeley Tourism Studies Working Group (I'm giving a talk on my Harbin book on F May 5!), Glad we're talking about modeling a mouse brain with artificial intelligence by 2020 ... 
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See, as well - 
Colin McGinn's "The Mysterious Flame" (1999) - 

Tom Nagel's "What is it like to be a bat?" (1974) - http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/activities/modules/ugmodules/humananimalstudies/lectures/32/nagel_bat.pdf - which address some of these questions ... and see, too, 

David Chalmer's Consciousness.net e.g. "Facing Up to the Problem of Consciousness" (1995) by David J. Chalmers - http://consc.net/papers/facing.html


Newnes, and Wolgan Valley, NSW: What's the newness "program" in the philosophical / brain science study of consciousness ... as in the school of "New Mysterions" (Nagel, McGinn et al.)?, What new possibilities for understanding consciousness will emerge by modeling it in a realistic virtual earth/virtual brains/bodyminds at the atomic, molecular, cellular and street view levels for many/all species?, So, in a way, philosophical and brain/bodymind science questions of consciousness are an amazingly beautiful flag for those who think about these questions, - since they are unresolved questions ... for us human primates, post-Darwin ... 

Could I please add your name to my new research page - http://www.scottmacleod.com/research-group.html - where it would be fun to explore further the questions of consciousness and brain modeling that we were talking about yesterday evening?

Best regards, 
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World University and School also seeks to develop approaches building of the Connectome project, and re consciousness, too, engaging all 8,044 languages for research.

Languages at WUaS -
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Languages

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Strelitzia: MIT OCW in MITx and WUaS, Licensing, Course Catalog - http://worlduniversityandschool.org - MIT OCW as MITx - https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mitx-related-courseware/ - aka "MITx Courses and Related OCW Courseware"


Hi, Cecilia, Enrique, Anant and Larry, 

Thanks very much for your emails re MIT OCW and MITx and licensing. For clarity of communication, I'd like to outline how CC OCW-centric World University and School has engaged the licensing language you suggested thus far. 

As background, CC WUaS is like CC Wikipedia (in 358 languages) with best STEM CC OCW, and is planning to accredit on CC MIT OCW in 7 languages and CC Yale OYC to offer free, CC OCW online university degrees - Bachelor, Ph.D., law, and M.D. as well as I.B. high school diplomas - in all ~200 countries' official and main languages. WUaS is also planning to create WIKI schools for open teaching and learning in all 7,099 living languages; in addition, all of WUaS will be wiki. Most of the current WUaS wiki pages are based on this SUBJECT TEMPLATE - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/SUBJECT_TEMPLATE - before WUaS moves to a new wiki emerging from CC Wikidata, to which WUaS donated WUaS in October 2015. WUaS plans to move to a new wiki soon and develop in multiple languages, emerging from Wikidata as "backend" with MediaWiki as a "front end" from the current WUaS Wikia wiki. As examples of WUaS wiki subjects, here too is the main "Subjects" wiki page at WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects - with both academic subjects, such as chemistry and biology, computer science and engineering, as well as open-ended subjects such as Watsu - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Watsu_-_water_shiatsu - for example. On the WUaS academic subjects' pages you'll find much MIT OCW in 7 languages and Yale OYC listed, all of which WUaS plans to offer for credit, by adding graduate students learning to become faculty to group video conferencing / Hangouts to teach to the MIT and Yale faculty in video, and to facilitate grading / evaluations, etc.

As you can see here - http://worlduniversityandschool.org - WUaS has listed the MIT licensing language you suggested last spring, Cecilia, right at the top of our front page, and we plan to do so further in all 7 MIT OCW languages +, as our front pages develop, as well as on all our wiki pages, in all languages.  


And in our beginning course catalog, you can see, too - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VRHhXYsk-V9lvSh5onaU2hnEhwoapSN7HyBK1P09LIk/edit?usp=sharing - that WUaS has created our first undergraduate majors, and added links to many CC MIT OCW courses (including links to the non-English CC MIT OCW languages), CC Yale OYC courses, and one free open archived edX / HarvardX / JuryX course taught by Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Charles Nesson, which may be the beginning of our online law schools in all ~200 nation states' official languages. WUaS has a focus on free, open and highest quality OCW and resources, as well as on open wiki teaching/learning and creativity.  

As I mentioned in my email a week ago and also last year, WUaS is also planning to "fork" and create a parallel for-profit organization - with a separate mission, Board and Officers - around these 10 planned revenue streams - http://worlduniversityandschool.blogspot.com/2016/01/14-planned-wuas-revenue-streams.html - and thinking in terms of academic markets in 200 countries' official and main languages, as well as in 8,044 languages + (per entries in Glottolog). Thanks to your emails last year, and to your email today, WUaS will not violate the MIT OCW non-commercial license re your language last year, Cecilia, that the "sale of books based on MIT OCW courses by WUaS’s planned for-­‐profit side would be a violation of the non-­‐commercial terms of our license. The license does not allow you to commercially profit from the sale of MIT OCW content in any format. See http://ocw.mit.edu/terms/#noncomm". WUaS will very carefully observe this non-commercial aspect of the MIT licensing. As WUaS is able to create CC-licensed law and medicine OpenCourseWare (and in multiple languages), WUaS would likely, however, sell books linked to our law and medical OCW (similarly to the way that CC MIT OCW links Amazon books on its reading lists). 

As I mentioned also last year in our correspondence, on page 2 (which I've attached as a PDF) - 

"CC WUaS will also explore the possibility of fundraising on some portion of the ~ $44,000 per year per student that it costs to go to MIT for tuition, for example, from nation states' and regional governments, depending on the size of the country, and would like to collaborate with MIT OCW in this and share some of what we are able to fundraise as well with MIT OCW" (see page 17 of our correspondence from last year, as well) 

- and WUaS still seeks to fundraise from governments in all ~200 countries based on WUaS wiki pages which have links to CC MIT OCW in 7 languages (and CC Yale OYC) courses on them (thinking now in terms of the $51,400 per student / year tuition at Yale as a possible benchmark). 

For further clarity of communication, I just want to inquire also that such seeking of donations by the non-profit CC OCW-centric World University and School in the form of fundraising would be considered non-commercial by MIT. Is this the case and especially concerning, "It is not okay under the non-commercial restriction of the OCW Creative Commons license to package OCW materials and sell these as books or as courses or to sell access to these materials online to your students"? (Thomas Glenn Martin of LawDroid is currently the registered agent filing the for-profit legal paperwork for the upcoming WUaS Corporation, since the UC Berkeley Law course last year ended).

With these questions and this background and context, I'd like to explore questions of strategic partnering with MIT OCW / MITx, Enrique and Cecilia, with MIT's commitment to openness and re the MITx sublicensing, which I couldn't find just now online when I looked. Here are some questions I have:

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Is it / would it be possible please to simply add a MITx / MIT OCW link (for the same/related course/s) to both WUaS's a) course catalog and b) any wiki subject at WUaS which has a MIT OCW / MITx course that is free and open?

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If so, would it be possible please, as WUaS accredits for online free MIT OCW- (and Yale OYC)-centric degrees, to offer such MIT OCW/MITx courses for Bachelor and Ph.D. degrees, including getting the grades, for example, from the MITx classes?

World University and School (as distinct from the upcoming emergent WUaS Corporation - thinking in terms of ~200 nation states and 7,099 living languages on both wings) currently has around $1500 in the bank, and as a startup seeking to offer free universal education with highest quality CC OCW university and high school degrees, and re your suggestion, Cecilia, to reach out to Enrique -  


"As for MITx on edX online courses (MOOCS), if you wish to use these in your curriculum, I suggest you reach out to the Head of Strategic Relationships within the MIT Office of Digital Learning. He can talk to you about your requirements for sublicensing MITx courses for use in your curriculum.  It is important to note that the MITx courses on edX are NOT licensed with a Creative Commons license so reuse by institutions requires a specific license from MIT. He can talk to you about options and pricing" - 

3) what would be requirements for sublicensing MITx, Enrique, given the above? 

4) Would it be possible please to develop a strategic partnership beyond the requirements for sublicensing MITx such that MIT OCW / MITx could benefit from the World University and School's growth vision, as well as from the fundraising approach outlined above?  

WUaS seeks to become the "Harvard" of the Internet and in all ~200 countries' main languages and also to become a major academic employer in all 7,099 languages with both wiki schools and major online universities.

Thank you.

All the best,
Scott

P.S. I'm again also including Dr. Larry Viehland in this email, who is the chair of World University and School's non-profit Board, and an alumnus of MIT.

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Dear Cecilia, 

I'm writing to follow up on my email (below) to you from 8 days ago. I'd like to inquire with you just about MIT OCW and MITx courses, and CC MIT OCW- and (Yale OYC-) centric World University and School, since you are a MIT Dean of Online Digital Learning, with responsibilities for OpenCourseWare (OCW) and MITx on edX, ODL’s two major open education initiatives, and since you were the Executive Director of MIT OCW for many years (https://odl.mit.edu/about/our-team/cecilia-doliveira). 

Since "openness is at the core of MIT’s mission – to advance knowledge and educate students, and to bring knowledge to bear on the world's great challenges for the betterment of humankind" (http://mailchi.mp/mit/open-spaces-open-sharing-135049?e=6987dfb442), I'm curious how MIT OCW-centric WUaS could further engage this openness in offering MIT OCW courses for university, and high school, degrees - eventually in each of all ~200 countries' official languages. 

MIT OCW in MITx also seems very relevant to WUaS's prospective matriculating students' interests as they study toward online free CC OCW-centric Bachelor degrees, beginning this autumn, since these courses are "a complete online learning experience, with extensive videos, interactive exercises, graded assessments, discussion forums, and optional certificates of completion." Since MIT's mission is openness, would it be possible please for WUaS to begin to offer these 100 MIT OCW courses as MITx - https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mitx-related-courseware/ - aka "MITx Courses and Related OCW Courseware" toward degrees, beginning this autumn?

And would it be possible please, also, to seek to accredit upon these, as WUaS proceeds with our plans for accreditation (potentially with WASC senior)? Furthermore, as WUaS seeks also to develop CC OCW for online law and medical schools, (potentially in collaboration with Stanford), WUaS would like to explore doing so partly emerging from MIT OCW - as well as in MITx - again in ~200 countries' official languages. 

To speak of money, WUaS is planning to seek donations from governments in all ~200 countries for free CC OCW WUaS degrees - with Yale's upcoming tuition of $51,400 per student/year as a possible benchmark - and would gladly collaborate with the MIT Office of Online Digital Learning in this as well. 

Thank you, and nice to correspond with you last year, Cecilia.

Sincerely, Scott


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Dear Cecilia and Anant (and Larry),


I'm writing you, with your oversights of CC MIT OCW and MITx, and edX, with some CC World University and School (WUaS) questions, where WUaS is CC MIT OCW-centric (in its 7 languages) and also CC Yale OYC-centric, as well as CC Wikipedia/Wikidata-centric (in its 358 languages). As you may know, CC World University is planning to offer accrediting online free-to-students CC OCW university (bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D.) and high school (potentially I.B.) degrees - in all ~200 countries' main and official languages.  

Cecilia, since we corresponded last year about some of this (and just this week have generated the Articles of Incorporation to begin WUaS's forking process legally, which are in the process of being filed with the state of California), and Anant, since you've taught "Circuits and Electronics" both as a MIT OCW course and as a MITx course and since you're the president of edX, I'm writing to ask please about WUaS possibly offering MITx courses (from CC MIT OCW) for credit toward degrees.

Recently H Mohammed in Khartoum city, Sudan, north Africa, and WUaS have been corresponding. He's interested in studying biomedical engineering, engineering or EE/CS at MIT OCW-centric WUaS and has shared with us his secondary school transcript. While his first language is Arabic, I think his English may suffice for him to begin taking MIT OCW and Yale OYC courses in English for credit. 

WUaS has long planned to offer courses for credit from CC MIT OCW and CC Yale OYC, with graduate students in group video, teaching to the the MIT and Yale faculty. WUaS seeks to facilitate online opportunities for graduate students becoming faculty to teach, potentially in all 7,099 living languages; WUaS is also planning wiki schools for open teaching and learning in all languages. 

But as I think about this further, MIT OCW in MITx in edX seems very relevant to Hashim's interests from the Sudan, since he said he doesn't have the internet bandwidth yet for group video, yet can receive some video in email, he wrote. 

In searching further about this, I found MIT OCW as MITx - https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mitx-related-courseware/ - aka "MITx Courses and Related OCW Courseware." I then looked up "biomedical engineering" in edX on a smartphone and 4 courses came up, "medical engineering" and 5 courses came up, "engineering" and 220 courses came up, and "computer science" and 292 courses came up. 

So I'm writing to ask if World University and School could please explore collaboration with MITx in edX? And in such a collaboration, could WUaS please begin to offer some of these edX courses with MIT OCW courses for degrees, as WUaS proceeds with plans for accreditation (potentially with WASC senior), and as WUaS seeks also to develop CC OCW for online law and medical schools, (potentially with Stanford)? WUaS is planning to seek donations from governments in all ~200 countries for free CC OCW WUaS degrees - with Yale's upcoming tuition of $51,400 per year/student as a possible benchmark - and would gladly collaborate with the MIT Office of Digital Learning and edX around this as well. 

Thank you, and nice to correspond with you last year, Cecilia.

Sincerely, Scott





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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Goodfellow's tree-kangaroo: New Research Group at World Univ & Sch - MacLeod Lab @ WUaS, Research Topics ... Ethno-Wiki-Virtual-World-Graphy ... wiki CC OCW World University and School generation ... People ... Realistic virtual earth / cosmos generation, group build-able at atomic/molecular, neuronal/cellular, and streetview/behavioral levels, Avatar robotics' design, Brain chemistry research and modeling, Amazing, too, how many undergraduate mathematics' research projects there will be, in all ~200 countries' main and official languages, at World University and School ... and re planned MindSports on the for-profit side of WUaS


New Research Group at WUaS - MacLeod Lab @ WUaS - is growing and developing ...

http://www.scottmacleod.com/research-group.html ...


... including, with ...


  • Avatar robotics' design 
  • Brain chemistry research and modeling



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MacLeod Lab @ WUaS

ContactReserach GroupCVProfessor Scott MacLeodEducation and OutreachVirtual Earth/Cosmos


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Research Topics


Ethno-Wiki-Virtual-World-Graphy


  • Virtual Harbin generation
  • Realistic virtual earth / cosmos generation, group build-able at atomic/molecular, neuronal/cellular, and streetview/behavioral levels
  • Avatar robotics' design
  • Brain chemistry research and modeling 
  • Wiki ethnography generation
  • Field work to actual Harbin Hot Springs


wiki CC OCW World University and School generation

http://www.worlduniversityandschool.org
(~12 main areas)


  • Languages, in all 8,044 entries in languages, as wiki schools
  • Nation states, each a major university
  • Academic subject development

People

Please contact me to discuss opportunities to join our group!
  • (WUaS Fellow)
  • (graduate student)
  • (post-baccalaureate student)
  • (WUaS/undergraduate)

Photo of Scott MacLeod

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Scott G.K. MacLeod is an American academic and Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology at World University and School. He is currently also the publisher at the Academic Press at World University and School. MacLeod was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and grew up on the eastern seaboard of the U.S., attending Reed College in Portland, Oregon. He received a Master's Degree in anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Diploma of Research from the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on the information technology network society age, the world wide web cosmos, and actual-virtual Harbin Hot Springs. He is World University and School's founder, president, CEO and presiding clerk (in the manner of Friends/Quakers). Wiki World University and School is CC MIT OCW-centric (in 7 languages) and CC Yale OYC-centric and seeks to develop major universities in all ~200 countries' main and official languages, as well as wiki schools in all 7,097 living languages; WUaS plans to offer online CC OCW Bachelor, Ph.D., law, M.D. as well as I.B. high school degrees, partly in group video. He is the author of Naked Harbin Ethnography: Hippies, Warm Pools, Counterculture, Clothing-Optionality and Virtual Harbin (San Francisco and Berkeley: Academic Press at World University and School 2016).

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info@worlduniversityandschool.org

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Amazing, too, how many undergraduate mathematics' research projects there will be, in all ~200 countries' main and official languages, at World University and School ... and re planned MindSports on the for-profit side of WUaS.



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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Gibbon: Research Group or Lab beginnings, and at World University and School, MacLeod Lab @ WUaS ... http://www.scottmacleod.com/research-group.html ... and re Perez Lab @ MIT ... http://www.kerstinperez.com/research-group/ ... "Bee hummingbird: Research Group or Lab pour moi ...", And see "Launching a lab Canan Dagdeviren joined the MIT Media Lab faculty in January this year to establish and direct a new research group, called Conformable Decoders. Here’s how she went about that process"


Here are the beginnings of my Research Group or Lab beginnings, and at World University and School ...

MacLeod Lab @ WUaS
http://www.scottmacleod.com/research-group.html ...



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MacLeod Lab @ WUaS 

Scott MacLeod's
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Academe

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Harbin Book
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Virtual Earth


Scott MacLeod's Research Group
World University and School,
  Actual / virtual Harbin ethnography



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Research Topics

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Ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy

  • Virtual Harbin generation
  • Realistic virtual earth / cosmos generation, group build-able
  • Wiki ethnography generation


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Wiki World University and School generation
(~12 main areas)


  • Languages, in all 8,044 entries in languages, as wiki schools
  • Nation states, each a major university



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People
Please contact me to discuss opportunities to join our group!

(WUaS Fellow)
(graduate student)
(post-baccalaureate student)
(WUaS/undergraduate)


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Scott G.K. MacLeod is an American academic and Professor of Sociocultural Anthropology at World University and School. He is currently also the publisher at the Academic Press at World University and School. MacLeod was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and grew up on the eastern seaboard of the U.S., attending Reed College in Portland, Oregon. He received a Master's Degree in anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Diploma of Research from the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on the information technology network society age, the world wide web cosmos, and actual-virtual Harbin Hot Springs. He is World University and School's founder, president, CEO and presiding clerk (in the manner of Friends/Quakers). Wiki World University and School is CC MIT OCW-centric (in 7 languages) and CC Yale OYC-centric and seeks to develop major universities in all ~200 countries' main and official languages, as well as wiki schools in all 7,097 living languages; WUaS plans to offer online CC OCW Bachelor, Ph.D., law, M.D. as well as I.B. high school degrees, partly in group video. He is the author of Naked Harbin Ethnography: Hippies, Warm Pools, Counterculture, Clothing-Optionality and Virtual Harbin (San Francisco and Berkeley: Academic Press at World University and School 2016).



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copyright Scott MacLeod 1998 - 2020

http://scottmacleod.com/research-group.html



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http://www.kerstinperez.com/research-group/

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Kerstin taught at the Quaker Haverford College for a year before heading to MIT.

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Bee hummingbird: Research Group or Lab pour moi and at World University and School, Inspired by MIT's Kerstin Perez and her recent talk at Stanford ... What would this look like? For field research at Harbin Hot Springs ... For building in information technology a realistic virtual Harbin for comparative ethnographic field work ... (Google car?) For ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy ... {With a bunch of Stanford undergraduate and graduate students, all pile into a mini-bus for a weekly field work trip to Harbin, as part of a class?}, Was amused to find this Haverford performance arts' piece "Dear Bed" recently ... At about 2:52 here in this "Spanish Jam" … poster says "Gestalt Pool Theatre.." which is? Take me there "time slider"

http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/04/bee-hummingbird-research-group-or-lab.html


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Launching a lab

Canan Dagdeviren joined the MIT Media Lab faculty in January this year to establish and direct a new research group, called Conformable Decoders. Here’s how she went about that process.

https://www.media.mit.edu/posts/launching-a-lab/




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Monday, April 24, 2017

Flying and gliding animals: "Naked Harbin Ethnography" - "It's a magnificent book" said Prof. Nelson Graburn at UC Berkeley on Friday, http://bit.ly/HarbinBook !, Glad to have seen it newly in the University of Chicago's Library in World Catalog, This book retails for U.S. $64.95 so booksellers will make about $26 on every book they sell, This hippie thang has gotten a little outta hand in Berkeley these days, Am heading up to Harbin & in to virtual Harbin here ~ http://tinyurl.com/p62rpcg ~ when open


"Naked Harbin Ethnography" - "It's a magnificent book" said Prof. Nelson Graburn at UC Berkeley on Friday at the Tourism Studies Working Group in the Anthropology department.

http://bit.ly/HarbinBook !


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Glad to have seen it newly in the University of Chicago's Library in World Catalog - http://www.worldcat.org/title/naked-harbin-ethnography-hippies-warm-pools-counterculture-clothing-optionality-and-virtual-harbin/oclc/968936229&referer=brief_results - in addition to


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This book retails for U.S. $64.95 so booksellers will make about $26 on every book they sell.

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'Naked Harbin Ethnography' -"It's a magnificent book" said Prof. Nelson Graburn in the UC Berkeley Anthro department http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/04/flying-and-gliding-animals-naked-harbin.html



https://twitter.com/HarbinBook/status/856566481127063552


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This hippie thang has gotten a little outta hand in Berkeley these days, Am heading up to Harbin & in here http://tinyurl.com/p62rpcg when open
https://twitter.com/HarbinBook/status/856567804169920512

Glad Professor Nelson Graburn said about my

'Naked Harbin Ethnography' -"It's a magnificent book" - on Friday in the UC Berkeley Anthro department before a Tourism Studies' Working Group talk there
http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2017/04/flying-and-gliding-animals-naked-harbin.html

https://twitter.com/scottmacleod/status/856519127321673728

Happy Dolls' Tea Party :)


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