Introducing Intrinsic Coin

August 15, 2015

From Wiktionary: INTRINSIC Nothing economic can happen until two or more people get together and build something useful.  In a global human network that is facing global constraints, the core function of the economy must be to find each other.  This is made extremely difficult by the existing “factors of production” that now classify and […]

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The New Definition Of Social Capitalism

July 22, 2014

About 3 months ago, I received a cryptic email from what sounded like a war-weary Wikipedia Editor pinned down in the trenches by enemy cross-fire.  His message was stark;  Wikipedia will delete “Social Capitalism”, you are in the best position to save it”. Since the dawn of Social Media, many people in the Social Capital […]

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New Value Movement Session Primer

August 4, 2012

Again, thank you for your time, effort, experience, and intellect participating on this panel. Regular blog readers: please continue to leave comments or connect with me to get involved with the New Value Movement.

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With Respect To Time

May 18, 2012
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Yesterday’s post “This is what I believe” I make the following 4 statements: Information is proportional to the rate of change of data with respect to time Knowledge is proportional to the rate of change of information with respect to time Innovation is proportional to the rate of change of  knowledge with respect to time […]

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This Is What I Believe

May 17, 2012
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My singular objective and greatest aspiration is to make “intangible” value tangible. I am confident that my children – and yours – will know what to do next.

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Ideas Are The New Currency

December 20, 2011
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The degree to which society actually produces the things that society actually needs, the new economy should not look much different. The degree to which society does not actually need the things that capitalism produces, great new ideas will emerge.

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Do We Really Need To Fail?

November 30, 2011
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We need to know what can be built from the parts that we have in the bin. We don’t want to try to build something from the wrong parts any more than we want to misallocate the right parts to build the wrong things. In any industry in the world, none of these situations would pass the stink test, yet this is the state of our communities today. We don’t even know that we don’t know what we know. Seriously, is anyone else wondering about these things?

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Plenty of Work But Where Is The Knowledge?

October 21, 2011
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Mixing diverse combinations of knowledge assets, and not all common knowledge assets, accelerates the process of Innovation. Think of all the music that is yet to be created for lack of musicians to play the different instruments.

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Supply and Demand for Knowledge Assets

October 12, 2011
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If we follow the Wall Street accounting model, the supply and demand for knowledge assets are cast against the factors of production; land, labor, and capital. What happens when technology, knowledge and social media replaces land, labor, and capital

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What Is An Ingenesist?

December 22, 2010
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I invented the term “Ingenesist” to capture the creative, intellectual and social nature of human ingenuity without falling back on current definitions and the silos that perpetuate them.

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