The growing GCC network


This Saturday ‘Barn Raising’ conversation gave me the opportunity to connect with Alex Reid from New Zealand, Heidi Hornlein from Italy, Jonah Lion from the United States. And Esteban Trev from Mexico. That gave me the opportunity to be informed about their websites.
Heidi is hosting The Wisdom Factory. Her blog is
Alex Reid is proposing a pattern for networking. His idea is based on propagating doubling contacts. That naturally leads to logarithmic growth. You can find him and his blog at  I hope that in the near future we will be all nicely gathering around the mothership, the That one exists thanks to the initiative by Joshua Bridge,
Glenn Gaasland joined later.He currently does not seem to have an active site, but his Youtube Channel is here:
I am happy with the gradual growth of our virtual interconnectedness.

Published by Harry van der Velde

I am on the never ending quest of developing consciousness. I like to see it. Made it my profession to sketch out my current understanding. Working as a Visual Thinker and Graphic Facilitator, preferably where it adds the most value. Complex and wicked challenges are the most interesting.

3 thoughts on “The growing GCC network

  1. Hi Harry,

    please also link Joshua’s site as a clickable link (for convenience of the user and for SEO). is malformed, it ends up being while there is an additional dot at the end and the %C2 + %A0 being a non-breaking space in UTF-8 encoding. Website/HTML links have a caption and the actual address/URL, and for some reason the actual address/URL didn’t end properly, it seems like you’ve accidentally included the following dot and non-breaking space in the text selection while creating the link. After removing the link and re-adding it again, please make sure that the text selection ends precisely at the last slash /, not including following/subsequent characters/letters that aren’t part of the link/address/URL. Same for the underlying actual address/URL is http://www.the-wisdom-factory.xn--com-7t7s/, “xn--” is added as an indicator when a conversion needed to take place for conforming with TLDs, and it looks like the “com” is preserved, while the “7t7s” is the Unicode line separator that might have accidentally been added by not ending the text selection with “.com”, but beyond that. I think line separator is rarely used, is that separating lines without a linefeed/linebreak? I wonder how you inserted that one, it could be a WordPress thing, but it’s clear that it shouldn’t be part of the link/address/URL.



    1. Usually I care a lot about if my comments get published or remain ghost-banned, because I don’t see a point in talking to myself, but the comment above is one of the few exceptions: the suggestions there are supposed to get applied, in which case the points in the comment are rendered mute, but as long as these points aren’t fixed in the original comment, there’s no point in publishing the suggestions 😉


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