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Cc_square_v1_small Curious about just what the Civic Commons is and how it came into being? Listen to this: The Very Reverend Tracy Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, interviews our own Curator of Conversation about just what the Civic Commons is and what the CC team is trying to do. You can hear Dan Moulthrop on the other side of the interview, explaining how cognitive surplus can change the world. This was recorded as part of Trinity's Dean's Forum, which happens between masses every Sunday at Trinity Cathedral on Euclid Avenue in Cleveland. It's included in this podcast with permission from Trinity.

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Curious about just what the Civic Commons is and how it came into being? Listen to this: The Very Reverend Tracy Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, interviews our own Curator of Conversation about just what the Civic Commons is and what the CC team is trying to do. You can hear Dan Moulthrop on the other side of the interview, explaining how cognitive surplus can change the world. This was recorded as part of Trinity's Dean's Forum, which happens between masses every Sunday at Trinity Cathedral on Euclid Avenue in Cleveland. It's included in this podcast with permission from Trinity.