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January 06, 2006

Simultaneous Empowerment of 6 billion pople 

We've been talking about hwtehr this is possible a lot since the day that our chief mentor in this subject died 1 2 3

However future historians and social preneurs beleve that if we people don't stand up from every place and space by 2010 then we will literally lose control of the world (how its systems of economics and societal interaction sustain)

So here's the "start of 2006" review of Club of Country, and an invitation to every blogger to join in timelessly from the community they are most concerned about sustaining and integrating with all other communities to be

Future Historians (since the 1960s when my Dad started hosting roundtable parties of people concerned with his surveys published in The Economist) have predicted 2000-2010 as the Simultaneous decade where the people everywhere need to connect humanity through deep community cataloguing -see project30000, and its forecast need in 1984

Networks change the economics and social trust-flows (including transparency and sustainability) of everything that is most humanly valued. If economics of abundance is to win-win-win over economics of scarcity then the people's globalisation revolution needs to linkin openly at every level of economy - national, corporate, of people's lifelong experience and productivity curves. And we need to support the preneurial sustainability of all those in most urgent need, before nature or humanity turns on itself (search Queen Elizabeth 2 end of year speech for 2005)

Club of Country exists to provide an overview of what is being catalogued at more detailed levels by grassroots future society correspondents:
Club of Village
Club of City -try out these 20 milion searches of catchphrase knowledge collaboration city -shows how much demand is multiplying for people helping each other, and where! -eg London 1 2 3, Delhi 1 2, and 100 more...
2006's 30th Birthday parties of Entrepreneurial Revolution of Systems
DoD's 22nd year of monitoring where the future is happening so that everyone can make the co-mentoring most of network's death of distance

In some cases -eg USA, America, Africa we also provide overview maps for large continents of places we would suggest likeminded people visit if passing by

We need co-editors help at all these resolution levels to ensure that every place's open society connections are available on a worldwide atlas

Mail me at if you want to help put a community, place or social concern network on the map. We use a timeless blog format so co-editing need only take us as much time as when your network anyway wants to publicise colaboration events or other actions
Good on you, Chris, for ensuring Colin’s work lives on, as does his spirit.  
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