Happy Xmas Day everyone. Could you imagine a city or community with some open space bars? - where people go out to open space instead of going out to get drunk?
Two motivations for this question.
1 Unlike many here, I am not a facilitator, I am just a would-be open space addict. I'd happily spend 10% of my free time in open space instead of going out for a drink or turning on the tv or searching the net if open space was more communally accessible. I wonder if you could do an OS on: do you undersell OS accessibility?
2 By happenstance a chinese friend and I have about 24 days left to sell a successful new york media man he needs to open up an intrapreneurial unit with open space millennials from around the world. His day job is a studio that finishes off films with famous directors and film stars. A very small per cent of these unusual folk have started making films showing wonderful social solutions that work somewhere abroad and asking why not import them near you. Imagine a tv channel that was beaming out social solution content- then instead of sports bar replaying spectacular football goals why not beam out wonderful social goals
24 days to sell open space to the a New Yorker and a Chinese young lady who can mix up broadway and madison avenue for good. Is the open space bar a fitting concept to play with or what must-needs be?
chris macrae economistdiary.com wash dc 240 316 8157
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