- please play the Share your ryde campaign if you haven’t already. By sharing your story with us you will add your unique point of view to our common vision of the transition. What are you doing to build your own, and everybody’s future?
- please comment on some the stories already on the platform for the same mission. Choose one that inspires you by browsing here; if you want a tip, I find particularly inspiring those of Di (a young woman completes a prestigious law degree, gets jobs offers and suddenly realizes that that working environment is really not meeting her ethical standards), Rossella (an economist-turned-designer struggles to make a living, but still derives pleasure, meaning and a sense of identity from her very precariuos work), Jorge (the adventurous life of the son of political refugees, who finds a strange advantage in having grown up in a poor family), Neal (a young executive undergoes a crisis, resigns on the spot and starts trying to build a shared economy). You will find that all of the stories there have comments, a really good sign that a community is forming.
If you can do all of this by tomorrow 14.00 CET, that’s great. If you can’t, no big deal, do it later: no point of view will be lost, there will be other meetings. But this is the first one, and we are really excited.
Why do we need this? We need to look at these data in the perspective of making new policy. Do they (that is, we) point to a way? Do they (that is, we again) imply a vision of the future? Is this Internet stuff a legitimate way to design policy? We obviously think it is, but ultimately the wisdom of the process is the wisdom of the people participating in it.