Basecamp is an easy-to-use project management tool. Features include online collaboration, a message board, a chatroom, and todo lists. It puts a bunch of stuff in one place.
I made a Basecamp for Fallible Ideas learning because people should treat learning more like an organized project, not entertainment.
Join for free: [edit: invites are closed]
Warning: I'll likely close public invites in the future.
I've been posting stuff about how to learn. Join up if you want to do something to learn.
The Basecamp is probably your last chance to get some free, personalized attention (from me) to help you learn. When my new site is ready, I plan to move to paid memberships (with some curated, free stuff by me to read/watch but it'll be members-only for discussion).
We achieved the first high posting activity day for Basecamp yesterday! Around 70 posts. Join now, unless you want to miss out on FI learning.
Today on Basecamp I started helping Dface figure out a learning plan. Join to read that.
I'm planning to limit basecamp to 20 people soon. I'll be kicking inactive people. You probably have a few days left to join and post stuff if you want to be included. Later you'd have to ask me to kick the least active person to make a spot for you.
#5 Why limit to 20 people? Are inactive people causing some problem?
#6 Basecamp's free plan is limited to 20 users:
> Basecamp Personal: limited, but free ... 20 users...
The Basecamp is now inactive. If you want to discuss, use the new CF forum https://curi.us/2430-critical-fallibilism-forum
Read a Basecamp archive at: