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Blogger Bio:  Andy Fluke is the co-founder of NCDD and currently provides creative support to many of NCDD's publications and events. He also works with a handful of other NCDD members on a variety of projects as consultant and designer. More about his work can be found at www.andyfluke.com.

NCDD 2006 on YouTube

Below you’ll find a 5-minute recap of our 2006 national conference… (continue)

Peace Tiles from NCDD 2006

Peace Tiles organizers Nil S. Navaie of Arts for Global Development and Lars Hasselblad Torres of Peace Tiles were on hand during our conference in San Francisco as part of our Arts programming to provide a creative resource for participants, allowing for a different and unique way to process the day’s intake. They have collected photographs of the tiles created in a photo set on Flickr. (continue)

What's Your Favorite D&D Blog?

I just added a blogroll. That’s blogger-speak for a list of links to other blogs, usually found in a blog’s sidebar (you’ll find ours near the bottom of the left sidebar). I want to fill our blogroll up with links to blogs which feature information relevant to dialogue & deliberation practioners… especially blogs run by NCDD members. If you have a favorite, or know of one or more good blogs that other members of the D&D community might value, or even run one yourself, please […] (continue)

E-Democracy Brunch in San Jose

Steven Clift of E-Democracy.org and DoWire.org is organizing an informal gathering on Friday, November 17th in the San Jose, CA area to talk about issues relating to e-democracy. He has a sign-up page on his wiki and you can find more information about the gathering on his blog. Steven has been involved with the e-democracy movement since the dawn of the internet and became a central figure with the establishment of the DO-WIRE mailing list, the seed that grew into his current online endeavors, in […] (continue)

Forum Foundation Projects

Just received an email from John Spady of the Forum Foundation, our key sponsor for this summer’s national conference and current spotlighted member, with some info about their current projects… The Forum Foundation has contributed its new Fast Forum Opinionnaire┬« web application for distributed dialogue to the Municipal League Foundation in support if its Seattle-funded Civic Engagement Project that runs through July 2007. Soliciting partners from both the non-profit and for-profit communities, the project seeks to recreate relationships for social and civic interaction using distributed […] (continue)

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