innovation

The Conjuring of Intangible Values

October 22, 2014

My prior post “The Tale of Two Cities” demonstrates that the intangible social value conjured into existence by the bridge that connects two fair cities far exceeds the ‘tangible’ value of that bridge.  Yet, only the tangible value of the bridge is accounted for on a balance sheet such as GDP. The Conjuring of Intangible […]

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The Scaffolding of the New Economy

October 14, 2013

…where the output of one platform becomes the input of the next platform, and so on. This is how the future will arrive. This is the next step that we must take together – integrate.

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The Currency Hack

August 29, 2012

Corporations and government can continue activities to the degree that they produce socially redeeming value by simply purchasing innovation bonds from the people with their dollars – if they’ll accept them.

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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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How To Overhaul GDP

June 20, 2012
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When we talk about the New Value Movement, we are trying to specify a new class of business methods that can literally “manufacture” the things that people actually need without any distinction between tangible and intangible. People need a game that they can win playing by the same set of rules. People need food as much as the need love – there is no walled garden of human needs, except the planet we share.

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The New Value Tool

June 5, 2012
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The New Value Tool May become an important system for analyzing existing ventures for optimum social value creation as well as predicting how collections of knowledge assets in a community can optimize their social value in collaboration with each other.

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The Value Game For University Outreach

May 31, 2012
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Over time, the University will become the physical “Search Engine” for data, information, knowledge, innovation, and wisdom in a community. The University can now deploy this wisdom to their own internal programs and curricula as well as becoming an external reference source for government, industry, and economic development.

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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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Goodbye University Hello Multiversity

March 9, 2012
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The miracle of capitalization and securitization have created relatively extraordinary levels of prosperity on Earth compared to historic social structuring. The ability to capitalize and securitize knowledge assets (instead of classical land, labor, and capital) is likely the next economic paradigm…if not the only economic paradigm.

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