The Inevitable Swing to Distributed Technology

“We think that the world is limited and explained by its past. We tend to think that what happened in the past determines what is going to happen next, and we do not see that it is exactly the other way around! What is always the source of the world is the present; the past doesn’t explain a thing. The past trails behind the present like the wake of a ship and eventually disappears. [Read More]

This is my Answer, please consider it.

Our way of life is clearly unsustainable. Full stop. But that’s daunting, so we ignore it. Painting by Marie We pretend we’re not buying mansions in flood plains right before the ocean rises. It’s a culture of limited liability. You cannot shift liability on a global scale. It doesn’t go away, it merely moves. When the rich make risky bets, enabled by government, home owners pay the cost when it inevitably bursts. [Read More]

Focusing on Community

Focusing on Community Save what you can Behind us the old world in flames Lower the lifeboats, take us to her Steer the way — Frank Turner: The Lifeboats In my opinion, the majority of large scale problems in the world are caused by greed at the top. This has been a problem since the mid 1970s at least, but it is especially true now that the rich have taken over our Federal Government. [Read More]

Enabling Local Commerce

For the last few years I’ve been strategizing a new local focused form of commerce. This began as my strategy for competing against established publicly traded companies. Now as I watch our markets destabilize and our Federal government trending towards insolvency, I think it may be our safety net. “Oakville Grocery” by www78 is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Much of the technology our modern world runs on was built in a collaborative methods. [Read More]