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🏡 a community of cabins for online workers 🌱 coliving neighborhoods in nature 🌇 an emerging network city
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Cabin 2023: Coliving Offerings

December 3rd, 2022
We’ve noticed two distinct kinds of digital nomads: those that run towards the snow and those that chase the sun. For early 2023, it won’t matter which you seek because Cabin is offering IRL activations in both climates.
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#26 Kift: Live and Work Anywhere with Colin O'Donnell

November 29th, 2022
On this week’s episode of Campfire, Jackson is joined by Colin O’Donnel @colin\_odonnell)— the founder of Kift (@kiftlife). With an increase in remote work, more people have started taking to the roads and taking on van life. Recognizing that this life can be isolating, Colin set out to create community centers for these nomads. Now, Kift has four Community Houses on the West Coast, offering parking, reliable WiFi, showers, and an active, skill-sharing community. They also organize caravans exploring the world, Starlink internet included. Tune in to hear Colin’s thoughts on the state of cities today, what the Kift community is hoping to do, how it all works, and how they are expanding.
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#25 Co-Creation Castle: The Untold Story of COVID Coliving

November 29th, 2022
On this week’s episode of Campfire, Jackson is joined by the four founders of the Co-Creation Castle, Michael Wedd, Micky Wolf, Shadman Uddin (@ShadmanMUddin), and Amy Jo (Josie) Weaver (@amyjo\_weaver). The CCC in San Diego was an experimental co-living cohort organizer designed for those who wanted to build, co-create, and live vulnerably with other passionate people. 
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The Past, Present, and Future of Passports

November 19th, 2022
At their most basic, passports provide permission to travel.
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#24 Long Now: 10,000 Year Time Horizons for City Building with Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz

November 15th, 2022
Planning for the future is large part of our lives whether it’s deciding to get a college degree or investing money for retirement. But how should humanity think about planning for the really long term— for the next 10,000 years of civilization? These are the questions Long Now aims to explore. On this episode of Campfire, Jackson sits down with Nicholas Paul Brysiewicz, the Director of Strategy of Long Now (@longnow). They talk about the Foundation’s mission, the qualities of a city that perseveres through time, and Long Now’s Organizational Continuity and Long Bets projects. 
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#23 Build Cities: A Protocol for Network States with Angelo Alessio

October 30th, 2022
As groups design and construct their own Network States and cities, they require infrastructure to make their plans become reality. Build Cities aims to make that process simple by providing finance and governance tools. On this episode of Campfire, Jackson chats with Angelo Alessio, Founder and Protocol Architect of Build Cities to talk about his career path, Network States, what Build Cities is, and why their work is important.
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A Call for Caretakers & New Neighborhoods: Plug Your Property into the Cabin Network

October 27th, 2022
Cacaw! We’re looking for caretakers and new neighborhoods to plug into Cabin’s network. And it might be you.
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Cabin's Litepaper: A Network of Neighborhoods

October 18th, 2022
Cabin is building a network city for online creators. Our community is developing shared culture, economy, and governance across a global network of physical locations. The MVP version of our network city is a global coliving network for thoughtful people to create, colive, and conserve.
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#22 The Possible City: Ecological Zones & Natural Farming with Patrick Lydon

October 16th, 2022
Even if we’d like to think otherwise, people are closely linked to nature.  When nature suffers, in time we do too.  Understanding that our relationship with nature is out of balance, Patrick Lydon has committed to sharing how we might embrace natural systems for our own, and Mother Earth’s, benefit.
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