We always like to give you insight into how we get our Follow Friday list. It’s always interesting to us how people use Twitter, so maybe it’s interesting to someone how we do. In any case, we just think it’s important to give people props!
This week someone asked us about replating. And, if you read the prior blog post, you see our take on that. That same conversation yielded topics like housing the homeless, bartering, and cooperative community building. Since the discussion took place during a meeting about our collaboration on urban farming in South Los Angeles, some Twitter posts about the history of the area were especially eye-catching.
Much of the week we also focused on another collaboration – an ongoing fundraiser that kicked off with a benefit concert. So much fun! And proof once more that community can really come together to do something great.
Again, thanks everyone!
@RachelSurls – for a lot of great information on self-help cooperatives and ongoing history lessons about Los Angeles agriculture.
@ShareableDesign – for oodles of helpful posts on community sharing, exchanges and bartering.
@ShareTompkins – for practical ideas about how to implement a sharing program and ways for communities to trade goods
@naemhomelessness – for the simple message in asking the right questions to “Do[ing] What Works” and, as always, continuing work to end homelessness.
@PlayItFwd – for a wonderful concert that raised funds (and fun) to help people affected by the Nashville floods.