Means and Methods of the Curiosumé DApp

January 23, 2015

The Mechanics of the Curiosumé DApp are extremely simple. In fact, perhaps the greatest challenge of building the application will be to truncate the features of Curiosumé to the simplest functional form. Means and Methods of the Curiosumé DApp The only thing that Curiosumé is really supposed to accomplish is convert a résumé, CV, or […]

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Is Curiosumé is a Bad Investment?

January 15, 2015

Over the years we have identified several features of Curiosumé that every investor wants to change – but these are so fundamental to the operation of Curiosumé that to change them would make the application useless. However, the follow-on applications could be so hugely profitable that we make the claim: “When hundreds of millions of […]

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Time to Kill Social Media

September 9, 2014

Social Media is dying and it needs to be put out of its misery ASAP.  I have been in the social media space for many years and while much has happened, much has been lost. There was a dream we all had in the earlier days that ‘user-generated content’ would evolve to ‘user-generated productivity’ and […]

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The Institution Hack

August 23, 2012

But when we combine CRM + SRM + VRM we get Community Relationship Management (CoRM). In essence CoRM is a Value Game. Where customers, vendors, and suppliers all acting in the best interest of their constituents are in fact acting in their own best interest. Cheating gets you thrown out of the game. The combined analytics provide extensive data to the next hack called Exoquant.

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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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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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The Value Game Primer

May 30, 2012
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The Ingenesist Project is currently building Value Games for clients in aviation, construction, education, affinity groups, and social service communities. Please let us know how we can serve your New Value creation enterprise.

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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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Growth Beats Austerity 100 to 1

May 15, 2012
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By making so called “intangibles” tangible, vast amounts of New Value can be added to global accounts balances which could stave off wholesale collapse of the financial system. This will not be without hardship for someone; social priorities must drive Wall Street priorities, not the other way around.

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The Facebook Basket of Goods

May 14, 2012
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We need to ask ourselves what is more efficient; making things that act as a proxy for the things that we are trying to sell, or measuring the real value of things that we make. Perhaps Facebook would be worth 10 Trillion dollars on such a balance sheet. Maybe Facebook would be worth nothing if true value were in fact measurable. Who knows?

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