The Highest and Best Use for Blockchain Technology

May 14, 2016

The hallmark of a great society is the ability to capitalize it’s needs, not it’s arbitrage opportunities.  The Highest and Best Use for Blockchain Technology must be to reduce the cost of capital by decentralizing risk, not necessarily money…yet Blockchain technology carries a promise of great opportunity, efficiency, and fairness in business operations and governance […]

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Decentralized CRM With Curiosumé

March 6, 2015

(Photo: New York Times) Modern CRM (Customer Relationship Management) emerged from the boiler rooms of corporate sales departments. They needed a way to keep track of contacts, leads, calls, and ping schedules.  Soon they added client information like DOB, Spouses name, neighborhood news, etc.  The customer responded remarkably well, in fact, perhaps too well – […]

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Introduction To Curiosumé

September 13, 2014

(Editors note:  We are publishing the documentation and tutorial for the Curiosumé application for review and comment) Introduction To Curiosumé Curiosumé is an open source specification for the analog-to-digital conversion of knowledge asset objects.  Designed as a system to replace the résumé as a means for describing the interests, skills, and abilities of people, things, […]

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The Hack-plications That will Change Everything

October 8, 2012

Zertify, Gamidox, and Exoquant (ZGE) are NOT the applications that will change everything. Rather, the hack-applications that follow on the ZGE data suites will, in fact, challenge the idea that periodic economic collapse and hard-fought restructuring is a necessary inevitability of the human condition.

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The Wall Street Hack

August 25, 2012

Innovation is a magic word. The hack is true to the Wall Street math as well as American culture. Anyone running for public office would not attack the proposition of an innovation backed currency. Therefore, the hack will not trigger an antigen.

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Hacking the Financial System

August 22, 2012

Hacking The Financial System is not about some doomsday scenario for the end times, it represents the natural ability for humans to adapt to constraints in their environment.  Right now, the financial system is vulnerable to many new systems and technologies that are reorganizing society. This series hopes to describe the meta dynamics behind these […]

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Gambling With New Value

May 11, 2012
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A hedge acts on both sides of the accounting balance sheet while a gamble does not. What if that’s what it’s all about; all the fighting, and slander, and division, and prejudice, and injustice, and violence, etc., caused by a simple accounting system problem.

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The New Economy Movement

March 27, 2012
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What if the solution to the great complexity of economic collapse is actually fairly simple – and we don’t find it. What if the new economy is going to happen whether we want it to or not – and we are not prepared? What if the tipping point to the New Economy is already past – and we are not in the game?

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The Game and The Counter-Game

July 7, 2011
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The Value Game does not kill the Financial Game, rather, it challenges, corrects, and improves it. The Value game has reached a critical milestone – it has been funded in dollars by investors.

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Model For The Mobility of Engineering Professionals Under NAFTA

March 4, 2011
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I published the following paper in 1996 as part of my participation in the negotiations for mutual recognition of Engineering Professionals under NAFTA.

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