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What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

Last post 12-22-2007, 7:31 AM by kdragon87. 47 replies.
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  •  08-09-2006, 2:19 PM 3912 in reply to 2347

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Yeah, it's best to view the chapters in Adobe Reader 7.0.  The problem is that they're secured chapters, which Apple Preview and other PDF readers have a problem with.  Apple released a security update which fixed the problem for a while, but it appears the latest round of updates has again made it impossible for Preview to 'sign into' the pdfs. 

    I completely understand the security is a hassle, but its also totally necessary to help reduce file sharing.

    if anyone has any problems with the pdfs, please email us at memberservices@integralinstitute.org and we'll be glad to help out in opening the pdfs!


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  •  08-14-2006, 6:23 AM 4292 in reply to 1456

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I also initially had the sign in problem using Firefox on my Mac.  The computer defaults to using Preview as its pdf reader.  As soon as I reassigned the file to Adobe Acrobat instead, it opened easily and I was soon surfing waves of AQAL delight.

    I'll be happy to talk anyone through the steps to reassigning the pdf to Adobe.  It is only a couple of easy steps.

    Thanks so much for putting these chapters up.  As always, I am immediately drawn in by Ken's "voice."  There is a directness of communication in his writing style that penetrates to the core of my mind and heart and makes me feel smart!  "Wow, I get this!"  :-)

    I gobbled up 5 chapters in 2 sittings, read the next two installments and now am suffering "withdrawal" waiting for more. 

    Thanks for this beautiful resource.

    Rigzin

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  •  08-24-2006, 7:38 PM 5263 in reply to 3912

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I would like to see more Mac compatible file formats. Get rid of the real player crap. Both Macs and Windows have built in stuff to read .avi files. Or, just make everything .avi files. (speaking of video here).

    Written word, .pdf is fine, but currently a PITA on the Mac since you have to physically force the file to open with Adobe, or I do anyway. Preview, as you said, just doesnt cut it.


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  •  09-09-2006, 8:13 PM 7453 in reply to 5263

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Um, I thought we'd get some feedback here.

    Still requesting some OS X compatible formats here.......avi's, etc.

    I think Adobe will have to fix the .pdf thang.
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  •  09-17-2006, 5:31 PM 8186 in reply to 7453

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Vortex:


    Still requesting some OS X compatible formats here...

    Hear, hear. Especially since OSX is clearly Second Tier. Clearly!

    What I'd like is to have a regular sangha meeting cum meditation practice period cum teacher who answers practice questions. This could so easily be done with this technology, via chat rooms or skype. This is a feature waiting to happen. There are several of us members of the multiplex community who would love to convene in a semi-standard sangha format, but distance makes that so hard to do in the standard way. So, why not? Wilber doesn't have to be the leader/teacher. Heck, the practice leader really is of little importnace compared to the group itself. PLEASE: let's do it. Tell me what I need to do, and I'll spur things along.
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  •  09-20-2006, 11:48 PM 8671 in reply to 8186

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Dear Drkeene,
    We would so, so, so, so, so much love to make this happen. its something that has always been a great need and a desire of us to provide through ISC. We still need to work a little more but boy, we sure would love to keep you in the loop if you think you might be able to take a leadership role in this. Would you be so kind as to send me a private message through here with you phone number and possibly we can talk about this? you can also send me an email to nperera@integralinstitute.org
    thanks!

    Nomali


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  •  10-06-2006, 10:21 PM 10447 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I would love to have a "bugs" section that actually let a person post to it.  I'd also love to see a simple addition to the posting process, where you get notified if someone responds to a post you posted.  It could just be a simple little (X) right in the "My Posts" section, after each thread, where X is the number of posts that have replied to your post.  I've had several conversations stall into almost oblivion, where one or more parties came back 2 4 weeks later saying "ooops... I missed your reply to my message.. sorry".  

    Thanks

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  •  10-16-2006, 11:05 AM 11304 in reply to 10447

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I'd like to see the option of creating polls turned on in this forum, as it recently was in Integral Naked...Hmm [^o)]

    arthur


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  •  11-24-2006, 5:37 PM 15455 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I'd like to see a list of people who do clinical assessments of a person's levels on the various lines of development.

    Edward

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  •  12-08-2006, 5:37 AM 16115 in reply to 2356

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Somebody prob'ly said this, but video clips are of course excellent! Not just of discussion but of teachers and teachings. Hands on stuff.
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  •  01-03-2007, 11:04 AM 17645 in reply to 82

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    We'll have plenty to discuss in 07 with the release of 2 more books. 06 book discussions were great. Continued health and wholeness for KW. Daveyfun
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  •  01-07-2007, 6:33 AM 17887 in reply to 1799

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Well Done marushia, I could not agree more.

    Bonnie in Sarasota, FL

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  •  02-10-2007, 1:47 PM 19220 in reply to 82

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I'd like to see videos of ISC events that include Ken.  He tends to put things in perspective in a consistent and understandable fashion that cystalizes the discussion which can sometimes get a little murky with personal issues.
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  •  02-19-2007, 6:15 AM 19485 in reply to 1293

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I seem to enjoy listening to all of the experts at ISC.org.  Their is richness in everyone's wisdom.

     

    Thank you everyone

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  •  04-04-2007, 2:21 AM 21415 in reply to 2352

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    Re: Difficulty relating IP, IS, AQL and KW to people you know

    hi towers1209 and marushia

    me too! 

    it's like being with all your friends but feeling really lonely.

    towers, what you say about 'personal ownership' rings for me.  if i try and communicate the amazing ( to me!) discovery of KWs work using his language i too, fall flat on my face.  it just doesn't sound real at best; at worst my friends just stare in bafflement. (actually, the've been doing that a lot- i shouldn't blame Ken!) i wonder at my own grasp; the details are so tactile in my mind, but to put it into words just fails me...i resort to metaphor way too much, i'm told.

    i also wonder how much i 'walk the talk', and own the process.  i wonder about my states, and stages.  i go to a monthly philosopher's club and i'm the only one who has read KW, so my interpretations thus far are lonely ones. His work is thin on the ground in New Zealand, but i've got a couple of good suppliers, and of course the good ole net..

    i'm in danger of being labeled an unintelligible bore.  so, to spare my poor friends and families eyes from perpetual glazing, i must interact with others who can at least understand what i'm trying to get at, even if i do miss the mark, um, a bit. 

    (which is, i suspect, the problem-humbling indeed)

    anyhow, the need to relate about integral anything has led me into the blogosphere for the first ever time...hoping discussions like this with other lone rangers might help us all?

    i'm so pleased to have found the multiplex. 

    best

    galaxie

     

     


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