Berto Jongman: The Reputation Economy

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Michael Fertik: online reputation is becoming more valuable than money or power

The author of The Reputation Economy believes online reputation is now so important that we risk becoming persona non grata if we ignore it. Here he explains how to transform yourself into search-engine gold

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Jan 25

Sepp Hasslberger: End of Servers II – Future of the Internet

Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

They have been working on it for years and it seems ready to go now. I believe that the SAFE network could be our chance of re-making the internet from the bottom up, using our own resources instead of centralised servers for our data and our communications.

Project SAFE (Secure Access For Everyone) aims to create a decentralized and secure Internet 2.0 (here is a whitepaper). The SAFE Network is a secure and fully decentralized data management service. The network is made up from the unused computer resources provided by the network users.

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Jan 24

Owl: Saudi Instability, Pedophilia Taking Hillary Down, Warren as Manchurian Candidate, a Muslim Europe?

Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

A few days ago, in a post mentioned here, John Robb predicted ISIS would invade and take Saudi Arabia in Spring, at the earliest. With King Abdullah dead, http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/22/middleeast/saudi-arabia-king-abdullah-dies/, Robb has changed his forecast and states ISIS will likely take a southern pivot, moving troops from Iraq and Syria, going south after Mecca and Medina, and signs are evident that just such a pivot is underway. Robb briefly articulates how ISIS could do it and what the worst case implications would be:

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Jan 23

Reference: Spanda Journal on Collective Intelligence

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Full Issue Online (184 Pages)

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Jan 22