Monthly Archives: December 2022

Future of Work Playlist

Over the past few weeks I’ve been collecting clips on platform labor, reputation scores, human capital finance, and coding the Web3 global smart contract layer. I just finished pulling together a twenty-clip playlist, which can be reviewed on my back up channel here. I also created an interactive interface using software – below. Click […]

Control Scrip – A Tale Told In Four Videos

This post features four related videos. The first is a two-and-a-half-minute overview from DAO Stack, a company based in Israel, that describes a future of decentralized governance of cyber-physical systems with automated encoded rules. Then, there’s a short clip from the neuro-economics talk at the Philocetes Center in 2007 about oxytocin-induced social trust. It’s a […]

Collective Intelligence Experiment – Texas “Freedom” and School “Choice”

This week I joined my Texas friend Lynn Davenport on her “Social Impact Podcast” for a half-hour discussion of school choice, digital vouchers, and the future of gig work where a contingent workforce is expected to build out Web3 extended reality under the supervision of artificial intelligence. The culture wars are really doing a number […]

Labyrinthian Reflections: Healing Verses From Moab, Utah

Guest Post Brought To Us By The Jaxon McKraken Wild West Snake Medicine Show Emotional Emancipation: A Prayer of Proclamation This is a vibrational fixer elixir practiced for dispelling co-enslavement in a rhyming series of decoupling couplets. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx May we soothe with sooth and feel the truth. We are a part of nature, not apart […]

An Unexpected Audience Part 2: Research Supplement to IEEE Metaverse Congress Session 5 Comments

After adding all of the back-up material, I found it hard to read through the original comments I’d made on the fifth IEEE Metaverse Congress session. For that reason I decided to split up the posts. There’s one with just the comments here and this one, which features the comments along with associated material that […]

An Unexpected Audience: IEEE Metaverse Congress Part 1

This is a follow up to a post I made in late September after catching the final half hour of the third IEEE Congress on the Metaverse. IEEE, Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers, dates back to 1884. Their first technical meeting, mostly of telegraphers, was held in Philadelphia in the fall of that year. […]

Letters from the Labyrinth: Creating a Soul for a City – Guest Post from Vancouver, BC

This is a guest post by Roma Wilson, Quantum Heart Cafe, describing how data and technology is being used to create intelligent communities in Vancouver BC. As I have been learning more about the planned roll out of Web3, social impact investing, and smart cities, I’ve been paying more attention to advertisements and local media […]

We Are Shapes of the Earth – Arizona Hearts

Yesterday was my birthday. I spent it setting intentions at the Titan Missile Museum in Green Valley, Raytheon’s Tucson Offices, and Pima County Community College (the East Campus). The latter has been part of the National Laboratory for Education Transformation’s efforts to shift coming generations towards a just-in-time, on-demand, conditional, gig, telepresence workforce model grounded […]