Innovation Economics

People Are Corporations Too

August 13, 2011
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Mitt provides us with a looking glass into the fundamental differences between the rich and the poor. The rich see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the poor. Meanwhile, the poor see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the rich. Neither side admits that they need each other,

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The Innovation Banker

September 22, 2010
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Together with the financial banking, these two system engage in the dance of the virtuous circle of innovation enterprise. Apart, they collapse into the swirling cesspool of eternal debt and infinite interest (pun intended).

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Calculus for Dummies and Capitalists

September 20, 2010
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everyone already knows Calculus, they solve differential equations all day long – they just don’t know that they already know

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What’s Your Cut of the $5 Trillion Knowledge Economy?

September 3, 2010

Your knowledge and experience also helps others predict what preferences you may have and what decisions you may make. Corporations, advertisers, banks, insurance companies, and politicians all want to know this and they will go to extreme and expensive measures to get it – why not just sell it to them?

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An IPO For Humanity

August 26, 2010

The Ingenesist Project tries to string this all together with just enough specificity so that an alternate financial system will jump start itself and become both visible and available to everyone.

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The Last Mile: Social Media Battleground

August 24, 2010

Nothing “Economic” can happen is Social Media until real people get together to build things. Sure, Marketers are trying their hardest to penetrate the last mile, but communities are trying to defend it too.

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Google CEO Warns of Information Armageddon

August 21, 2010

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Google CEO Eric Schmidt warns of the future consequences of social media and networks, and the vast amount of personal data that users put out there on the Web.

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Please Vote for The Ingenesist Project; SXSW

August 18, 2010

We sincerely encourage our readers to vote for this presentation. It promises to be hugely compelling, deeply controversial, and boldly disruptive.

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The Secret Weapon of Social Capitalism

July 9, 2010

Take note that debt can reach infinity but austerity measures can only reach zero … you can do the math on a postage stamp. If there ever was a need for a secret weapon, it is now.

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Social Capital Trolls

June 29, 2010

Naturally, we seek to anticipate the future usage of the term Troll in a context of Social Capitalism. We can say that someone who was in a position to constrain Social Capitalism has the potential to engage in troll behavior.

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