https://www.hourworld.org/bank/?hw=1182
3333 Coyote Hill Road Palo Alto CA 94304

Phone (650) 687-7556

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Brief Informed Consent

We (Victoria Bellotti at the Palo Alto Research Center, John M. Carroll at Penn State U. and Anind Dey at CMU) are conducting research into requirements for technology to make peer-to-peer (P2P) service transactions more efficient. The technology we plan to develop will collect information from your actions online or on a smartphone and from the environment to make recommendations for transactions you can participate in as a service provider or receiver. In the future, our technology will work with this system, hOurworld, which stores logs of user transactions for anonymous analysis by scientists. By joining and using this system, you are consenting to collection and use of anonymous data from these logs of your use of the system, which we will use as a baseline for measuring the impact of our innovations. You may also receive email updates (no more than once a week) which may include an invitation to participate more fully in our research by allowing us to collect more data on your use of the new technology prototype in exchange for an incentive payment.

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Welcome to the Coyote Service Exchange.

This service exchange is being used for studies of technologies that will turbocharge the adoption and usefulness of peer-to-peer services. See "Brief Informed Consent" notice to the left of this panel.

A service exchange or time bank is a network of individual, organizational and business 'members' that provide services, track and bank their hours and then spend those hours to get their own needs met. A service exchange is NOT a barter network, since nothing is 'exchanged'. One 'member' provides a friendly, neighborly favor to another and records the time they spent doing so.

hOurworld has over 20,000 members in over 200 exchanges across the US and the UK. The Coyote Exchange is for Palo Alto and the surrounding area. It may not be the closest exchange to your location. Please check here (https://www.hourworld.org/) to see if there is one closer to you.

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More to come: The app will be getting even better. No worries. It auto updates on startup!

hOurworld Mobile Time Banking We believe in Open Innovation! We implement the best ideas of our members and coordinators. This broad based co-production model of networking and development affords us all the best tools for sustaining our local communities!


We believe in removing ALL the barriers to time banking that we can. Access to the hOurworld platform is FREE. It is easy for new members to join and learn, and easy for coordinators to manage and report on their members and activity.

We believe in supporting local diversity while maintaining a central cooperative organization to provide accessible support, training, and communications. We are documenting and teaching these models.

We believe that every member have control over their own privacy and content. We operate on private secure servers and HIPPA compliant data centers where all information is encrypted before going out on the internet.

We believe that time banking is one spoke in a wheel of Movements Moving Together. We foster local community organizations drawing together to create powerful local economies as they integrate CSA, Food Co-op, Buy Local, Transition Town, BALLE, CAP and others. The opportunities are endless!

All the Best from hOurworld

 

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Safari

Go to Instructions To FIX Safari and Click the Safari Tab

FireFox

1. Type about:config into the location bar and press enter
2. Accept the warning message and you will be taken to a list of preferences
3. Locate the preference browser.cache.check_doc_frequency, double-click on it and change its value to 1

Google Chrome

Simply close Chrome, right-click your Chrome shortcut, click Properties, and then in the field labeled Target:, make it look like this:
"...chrome.exe" --disk-cache-dir="C:" --disk-cache-size=N

Detailed Terms and Questions

Users of this service must be 18 years or older.

We will send email to users with updates or study participation invitations. This will happen no more than once a week and probably far less.

Questions about research activities associated with this service exchange can be emailed to Victoria at bellotti@parc.com.

Complaints about research activities can be emailed to Peter Pirolli, PARC's IRB Chari at pirolli@parc.com

Additional information about data collection in this system can be found in the Privacy Policy at the top right of this page.

Detailed terms of Service can be found in the TOS link at the top right of this page.