Tag Archives: power

VRM as root of sovereignty

A VRM-y system would presumably alert you if you didn’t meet the age requirements for some web site you wished to join or subscribe to.  Considering that under the CFAA doing so would be a felony in the US, you’d … Continue reading

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Soverign by design

Over at moxytongue.com, Devon writes: I am challenged by questions concerning the structure of #VRM tools that are built for “Me” in a personal data context, versus the structure of #VRM tools that are built for “Us” in a market … Continue reading

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Futurist’s Groundhog Day

It’s deja vu all over again One aspect of intentcasting that fascinates me is how recursive it is.  VRM is the manifestation of a desire for intentcasting in an environment which lacks a framework for intentcasting.  It needs to bootstrap … Continue reading

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No, Mr. President. What *You* Need to Know About the Energy Security Trust

Among this evening’s emails was an infographic from the White House explaining the new Energy Security Trust and asking readers to share the link.  OK Mr. President, I’ll share your infographic but with the comment that the plan as outlined … Continue reading

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Cold Fusion = End of the World

Martin Fleischmann, one of the team of scientists who announced a successful implementation of cold fusion back in 1989 died last week.  In their Notable Deaths in Schience-Technology article, UPI wrote: Researchers around the world attempted, without success, to replicate … Continue reading

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