Stephen E. Arnold: Goring the Oxen — Palantir, Facebook, Google — and Noticing Steele’s Idea for Open Source Micro-Payments in Blockchain

Stephen E. Arnold

Stephen E. Arnold

From My Palantir Archive: Security

With Socom embracing Palantir for maybe three years, my question is, “Does Palantir have safeguards in place which will make a third Buzzfeed type article a low probability or 0.000001 event? Yikes, two articles based on what may be leaked internal information. What happens if sensitive military information goes walkabout?

VK.com: An Alternative to Facebook

The Reinterpretation of Google History

and on a more positive note, we are honored to have this idea noticed and further promulgated:

Open Source Software Needs a Micro-Payment Program

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May 28

Daniel C. Wahl: Design for Human and Planetary Health – A Holistic Integral Approach to Complexity and Sustainability

Daniel C. Wahl

Daniel C. Wahl

Design for Human and Planetary Health – A Holistic/Integral Approch to Complexity and Sustainability – PhD Thesis Introduction -Daniel C. Wahl – 2006

Phi Beta Iota: One of the most useful important PhDs done in modern times.

See Also:

Review: Designing Regenerative Cultures

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May 12

Sepp Hasslberger: User-Owned Networks

Categories: Architecture
Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

User owned networks – direct connection between users and internet access through pooling resources…

PittMesh routers are owned by individuals

If you have wireless networking equipment in your home that is capable of communicating with your neighbor’s equipment, why not just communicate directly with them? PittMesh is a new community-owned wireless network that runs OpenWrt, a widely supported, well documented, open source firmware for embedded systems like WiFi routers. PittMesh routers are owned by individuals and configured in a way that make them work together to build a larger, decentralized network. The project was started by a wireless networking non-profit called Meta Mesh and has been developed by a world-wide coalition of programmers for well over a decade.  Read more.

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May 11