Monday, August 25, 2014

Cetoine: Hive ... at San Francisco Friends Meeting (Quakers) ... World University and School ... this Monday, 8/25, and Thursday, 8/28, from 8:40 to noon as first experiments, New WUaS Google + Organization URL -

Hi Ffriends,

I'm emailing you to reach out about exploring / creating a kind of Friendly-informed World University and School hive at San Francisco Friends Meeting as a meeting space during the week, and seek to generate a community of Ffriends interested in creating an online free CC Friendly-informed MIT OCW-centric World University and School fellowship and organization, which could turn into many volunteer and paid jobs eventually ...

... and with a 10 minute Quaker Meeting to precede the WUaS meeting space day, perhaps at 8:40 or 8:45 am.

This Monday, 8/25, and Thursday, 8/28, from 8:40 to noon as first experiments, I'll be at the House at SFFM (65 Ninth Street, between Market St. and Mission) working on developing WUaS and welcoming Friends who wish to stop in and explore what's happening, volunteer, help organize and grow Quaker-influenced WUaS. Students often love going to Quaker schools, such as San Francisco Friends School, and we can create such a milieu with WUaS online.

Come to Meeting, come check out the creative academic and school-building projects ahead, come help grow this Friendly wiki MIT OCW-centric accrediting World University and School.

Looking forward to seeing you this Monday or Thursday at the Meeting House as beehive.

Friendly regards,


I am confused. Hive? Is this about bees?


Metaphorically ... Friendly bees generating lots of honey in the form of free Quaker-informed MIT-centric accredited university and high school and open wiki education online ...


New World University and School Google + Organization URL ... ... Yay!

- Scott MacLeod - Founder, President & Head Clerk
- 415 480 4577
- World University and School - like Wikipedia with MIT OpenCourseWare (not endorsed by MIT OCW) - incorporated as a nonprofit university and school in California, and is a U.S. 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt educational organization, both effective April 2010.



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