Social Capitalism

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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Proof of Work vs Proof of Performance

October 25, 2014

Proof-of-work (PoW) is a cryptographic technique introduced to a transaction which solves problems of fairness or abuse.  For example, a PoW would require a computer program to solve a simple puzzle before it can pass an email from sender to a receiver.  Someone who sends spam emails would be burdened with an computational costs greater […]

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It Is Time To Evolve

October 4, 2011
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This is a very easy problem to solve and we have all the cards waiting to be stacked in our favor using the tools that are right in front of our collective noses.

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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 3 Steps To Social Profits

November 29, 2010
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Nothing Economic can happen until two or more people get together to build something. Social Profit is like a fungible option with a face value. If structured correctly, an option can have a face value equal to the difference between discount and full price.

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Don’t Blame The Bankers

November 23, 2010
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It is a completely different matter to exert the mental discipline to fully understand what makes a banker rational and what makes a banking system accountable, then to generalize this genius for applicability to ALL forms of Value, including but not limited to social value

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Social Stock Exchange

November 19, 2010
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All coupons from all vendors can go into an exchange pool much like a Bond Market rated on a “social value score” and trading at a par value dependent on market forces. The difference is that Value would now be allocated according to social priority rather than Wall Street priority.

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Social Value is Social Enterprise

November 15, 2010
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The fastest way to unleash the extraordinary value that is contained in communities of experienced, talented, and motivated people is to provide a substrate for them to trade their knowledge assets among each other.  When people get together around a purpose, they build things that create incredible social value. The Social Value Platform provides an […]

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The Invisible Hand of Social Capitalism

November 12, 2010
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Like Adam Smith’s invisible hand of Market Capitalism, the Invisible Hands of Social Capitalism will reward people for organizing themselves to make what they enjoy most and are naturally talented in producing.

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Of Anxiety and Optimism

September 30, 2010
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Most people feel that a huge change is underway. Most people feel deep in their hearts that whatever we are doing today will be different tomorrow. Most people feel a strange combination of anxiety and optimism.

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