for working groups
Ourlog is an enjoyable to use toolkit for groups to process and publish their collective intelligence.Fund on Gitcoin!
As we move from the industrial age into the network age our information landscape has never been so loud. To make sense of the maelstrom and orient to what matters we must harness the innate collective intelligence of small groups.
We are running headlong into the emerging complexities of a globalized, networked world and our processes and tools are showing their age. A new model of collective thinking is possible, fueled by novel group practice, natively networked blockchains, and the aide of machine intelligences.
When we think clearly together, we align with what matters.
Coordinated thought is coherent thought
Ourlog helps working groups stay in each other’s heads and hearts with communications tools and games to keep everyone together even when apart. The work of researching, building, studying, exploring is a process of staying in coherence. For distributed teams, staying in touch and bubbling up what’s most relevant is the difference between coherent thought and disparate noise.
Decentralized comms for a networked world
Movement of thought is constrained by the architecture of our tools. Ourlog is built with open architecture and designed to be re-composable by the people who use it.
Ourlog is built on the natively networked medium of the Polygon blockchain and designed with groups in mind from the start.
Reduced coordination-friction creates group flow
The easier it is to show up, the easier it is to think together. Ourlog helps facillitate group practice by offering composable coordination blocks so working teams can stay in flow.
A type of self-organizing journalism
None of us think in a vaccum. The goal of Ourlog is to pipeline the coherent thinking of a private working group out to the broader public. This process is emergent and relies on individual journaling to compose and refine a group perspective. A publishing network of these group perspectives could radically improve the understanding the complexities of our world.