Robert Steele at LIBTECHNYC: The Open Source Everything Manifesto

Robert David STEELE Vivas

Robert David STEELE Vivas

YouTube (49:07) Robert David Steele – The Open Source Everything Manifestor @ LIBTECH NYC 21 May 2014

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Time: 8-9 pm

Title of Presentation: The Open Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth, & Trust

Presenter: Robert David Steele

Short Description: The Open Source Everything Manifesto is presented in the context of key negative and postive trends and the imminent revolution in the USA of the 99% against the 1%. Specific solutions are proposed for the restoration of public agency — power back to the people — including an open source ecology, the six bubble concept of the Earth Intelligence Network, a new approach to a self-healing watermarked cyber-commons. A School of Future-Oriented Hybrid Governance, the World Brain Institute, the Open Source Agency, and the United National Open-Source Decision-Support Information Network are presented — all of them seeking a home in New York City.

Bio: Robert David Steele is a former Marine Corps infantry officer, former spy, co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence Command, and former CEO of Open Source Solutions Network, Inc. Today he is CEO of Earth Intelligence Network, and the #1 Amazon reviewer for non-ficiton, reading in 98 categories.

PPT with Words in Notes Format: 2014-05-21 Open Source Everything Manifesto (Robert Steele) 1.4

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Michael Ostrolenk: INTERVIEW – Robert David Steele on Open Source Intelligence

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Robert David Steele, curator of Phi Beta Iota, former CIA clandestine services cases officer and creator of the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, talks about Open Source Intelligence, a movement that he started in 1988, and his recent book, the Open Source Everything Manifesto.

Steele found that close to 90% of the needed relevant information for government operations and decision-support is available from public sources in 183 languages, but not collected, processed, or analyzed by the structured official intelligence community.  He realized that embracing the open source community allows for greater exchange of information and more efficient use of taxpayer funds.

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Robert David STEELE Vivas

Open Source provides a platform that is affordable, interoperable, and scalable.  Steele contends that secrets are not the same as knowledge, and that the Open Source Approach will help to curtail government waste relating to the desire to collection for the sake of collection.

In Steele’s contribution to the Routledge Companion to Intelligence Studies, entitled “The Evolving Craft of Intelligence,” he discusses the way to create an effective intelligence and counter intelligence service.  The new paradigm would focus the United States Intelligence Community on catching traitors and providing decisions support as well as holistic analytics centered around the 10 High Level Threats to Humanity.

Through his discussion with Michael Ostrolenk  Steele explains how using common sense and open source techniques, the U.S. Government can adopt proven methods in the field by Steele over 25 years ago to have a leaner, more effective, more efficient, and more transparent intelligence Community.

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