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    1. (Raw Recording)Ask the Flipped Learning Network Episode 42 with Howard Rheingold

    1. This proof-of-concept webring is a way for folks adding IndieWeb building blocks to their personal websites to find (and be found by) other folks with IndieWeb building blocks on their sites!

      proof-of-concept adding IndieWeb building blocks

    1. microservices

      just another inherently broken pop cultural cargo cult idea


    2. Do we have enough common layers in place for sharing between services and defining layers

      yes but not for services services by definition a cetralized model master slave

    3. How will the process of defining open standards change to keep pace with the increasing rate of change we are seeing in technology?

      not open standards are needed but open cpabilities

    4. The concept is simply too big and too powerful to die

      agreed but could have something better

    5. overlapping open source projects that don’t have clean integration layers

      should have started with integration layer

    6. inter-application protocols and common APIs

      protocols not platforms born interoperable tinkerable constellations over protocols

    7. Open source is dead. Long live open source!

    1. Past IIW Workshop Proceedings The Internet Identity Workshop publishes proceedings to document our work (as a refernce for attendees) and for people who weren’t able to come.

    1. Bankless Acquired by Wells Fargo 🚀 Break up with your bank...and join Wells Fargo!

    1. powerful markup makes federated wiki a place to do work, not just a place to talk about doing work.

      place to do work not just talk about it. Yes

    2. ad-hoc changes expressed in a fit-for-purpose markup, a kind of domain specific language.

      fit for-for-purpose markup, kind of DSL

      @TrailMarks is a universal mark-in convention that let's you introduce on the fly mark-ins to name your intent to be elaborated in the context of others a self revealing domain interpretative complex

    3. What words will mean things in the context of various representations? How will they form sentences that get things done? If each representation has its own markup how will these expressions influence representations outside their realm of discourse.

      what words mean in the context of various representation.

      Need to present contexts on demand that convey/instantiate the meaning of those words

    4. Chorus of Voices
      • about : fedwiki


    1. Lifestyles /* horizontal-scrolling for categories */ (function() { function scrollHorizontally(e) { e = window.event || e; var delta = Math.max(-1, Math.min(1, (e.wheelDelta || -e.detail))); document.getElementById('navcats').scrollLeft -= (delta * 40); // Multiplied by 40 e.preventDefault(); } if (document.getElementById('navcats').addEventListener) { // IE9, Chrome, Safari, Opera document.getElementById('navcats').addEventListener('mousewheel', scrollHorizontally, false); // Firefox document.getElementById('navcats').addEventListener('DOMMouseScroll', scrollHorizontally, false); } else { // IE 6/7/8 document.getElementById('navcats').attachEvent('onmousewheel', scrollHorizontally); } })(); a.category:visited {color: green !important; } a.idea:visited {color: brown !important; } a.project:visited {color: brown !important; } if (location.hash) { setTimeout(function() { window.scrollTo(0, 0); }, 1); } Think Together



    1. After 16 years of continuous research and important contributions toward its mission - "Improve 'powerful ideas education' for the world's children and to advance the state of systems research and personal computing" - Viewpoints Research Institute concluded its operations at the beginning of 2018. This site remains online for historic and archival purposes to preserve the documentation and writings produced during the years Viewpoints actively conducted its work.  

      Viewpoints Research Institute

    1. #Productivity #Mem #AppsMem: A First Look

    1. Here's my list:[[Roam]] Researchhttps://roamresearch.com/[[Obsidian]]https://obsidian.md/[[Logseq]]https://logseq.com/RemNotehttps://www.remnote.io/TiddlyRoamhttps://tiddlyroam.org/Athenshttps://github.com/athensresearch/athensEmacs [[Org roam]]https://www.orgroam.com/Notion (sort of)https://www.notion.soReflecthttps://reflect.app/#features-backlinkMemhttps://get.mem.ai/Relanotehttps://relanote.com/Scrapboxhttps://scrapbox.io/Foamhttps://foambubble.github.io/foam/


    2. [New Potential Roam Alternative] Mem: A First Look .t3_neme9z ._2FCtq-QzlfuN-SwVMUZMM3 { --postTitle-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; --postTitleLink-VisitedLinkColor: #9b9b9b; } youtube.com/watch?...


    1. Did Amazon Just Kill Open Source? Just like the trend outside of tech, convenience seems to be trumping forethought. As AWS rolls out more and more fully integrated tools, what's happening to open source?

    1. I've been looking forward to what Steve Gillmor would say about Attention here, since Steve got this meme rolling two years ago with attention.xml,
    2. The Intention Economy by Doc Searls on March 8, 2006

    1. The intention economy is an approach to viewing markets and economies focusing on buyers as a scarce commodity. Customers' intention to buy drives the production of goods to meet their specific needs. It is also the title of Doc Searls book: The Intention Economy: When Customers Take Charge published in May, 2012.

    1. Philip Sheldrake Chartered Engineer. @akashaorg. Partner @eulerpartners. Architect @hiproj, and Open Farming. Co-founder @tech_we_trust co-op.

    1. the end result is that the “small data” that’s yours will be more important than the “big data” behind marketing’s guesswork

      your small data beats big data

    2. need to develop tools to manage small data, your own personal data.

      small data

    3. These fourth parties can provide a range of services, including substitutability, service portability, data portability, independence and accountability, in dealing with vendors

      IndieHub WebNative Side Car powered Apps can give us all that when dealing with one another. Where the another can be a community, or a vendor.


    1. The World Wide Web was designed originally as a way to link documents by hypertext. Like the Internet it still runs on, it was end-to-end. At the ends were documents and (presumably) readers.

    2. Nobody has invented a car for the Net or the Web yet

      invented the car

      at least we can have a WebNative Sidecar

    3. Enough with browsers. We need cars now. September 24, 2011 / Doc Searls / 13 Comments What we need, and don’t yet have:

    1. business problems that can only be solved from the customer’s side.

      business problems solved from the customer side

    1. Roam/Wikis/Docs/Twitter plus go links = lightweight distributed social knowledge graph that builds on these platforms but is not directly controlled by any of them.


    2. Go links are user-owned arbitrary pointers; a user-friendly overlay that can mediate between said users and the targets controlled oh so often by monolithic platforms that have claimed ownership of most of the URL space that people care about.

      user-owned arbitrary pointers

    3. easy to promote it to a semantically meaningful and easier to remember go link instead.

      promote it

    4. go-link-driven-development


    5. Go links emerged as self-service named redirect

      Go links

    6. distributed social knowledge graph.


    7. On go links
      • to : read
    1. T. Berners-Lee, D. Connolly, Delta: an ontology for the distribution of differences between RDF graphs, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 200

      open problem

    2. Our proposed algorithm, which we call RDFSync, works by decomposing RDF graphs in minimal subsets of triples and then creating hashes that can be sorted and efficiently synchronized. In this way, we will show how the RDFSync algorithm can exhibit on RDF models the same behavior of rsync for general data files: as long as the number of triples involved in changes is small compared to the size of the entire model, as is the case for frequent updates, the network traffic and the computational  power required for the synchronization will be very small


    1. “I for one carry on his work by keeping the links outside the file, as he did.” The inclusion of this technical reference in a eulogy shows the depth of commitment of both men to an unrealized ideal. In all the dreams of hypertext, from Otlet and Bush to Nelson and Englebart, users were able to build and explore shared trails, but that’s not the realized model.

      That's why you need to keep the links outside the file Sharing trails. e.g. learning path and have bi-directional links between the source of the idea and it's use

    1. Whilst thetechnologists may tend to focus more on process and outcome

      technologist focus on outcome

    2. the humans simply being part of the machine.

      humans part of the machine

    3. less of a social machine and more a case of the human working to feed the machine.

      human working to feed the machine

      spot on

    4. What seems strange is to see those who first described the semantic web ignore the human sideof the interface. Do we have so little faith in understanding our (human) thinking that we onlytrust black-box algorithms to divine the meaning?

      trust only black box to divine meaning

      machines are clueless rather shape humans into the mold that can be made explicit

    5. Somehow the human part of the socio-technical social machines has been forgotten. This shift isseen as clearly in Hendler & Mulvehill’sSocial Machines[173], though there is a chapter on ‘TheLimits [sic] of Humans’, this is clearly a technologists machine lead view of social machines

      technologist machine lead view

    6. he subtitle indicates a drift to an AI-centric viewof Social Machines, with humans in less of a central role

      less human

    7. In that social machine scenario, the human is not even present, a nuance that will become ofmore relevance below

      no human presence

    8. reate siloed pools of data without the long envisaged seamless interconnec-tion

      silod pools no interconnections

    9. the blending of traditional wiki and semantic wiki functions.

      blending of wiki and semantic wiki functions

    10. In 2010, Boulain, Shadbolt & Gibbins offered a solution for richer communally-editable re-sources with what was termed a “semantic open hyperwiki” [60].

      semantic hyperwiki


    1. community open collaborative software and conceptual effort to sort 00:06:16 of build the infrastructure to allow a very different set of relationships between buyers and sellers between customers and providers

      community collaborative software and conceptual effort

    2. Doc's manifesto to try to find a way to change the world in a very deep and very fundamental fashion


    3. a journalist who's been a columnist but who has been a thinker and an instigator about internet issues for a very very long time who's ridden an 00:03:26 enormous amount both on his tremendous blog but also for linux journal one of the office of really one of the key texts in our space the

      thinker instigator

    4. Book Talk: Doc Searls on "The Intention Economy: When Customers Take Charge"

    1. The long tail and peer production of scientific research. - William L. Anderson School of Information, University of Texas at Austin 22 April 2008 The Long Tail is not only about selling; it is also about producing.

      long tail is about producing

    1. Joking aside, I wanted to ask two things. One how much you are into the Semantic Web. I found some, new reasons for a serious ranting related to Blank Nodes, that I am eager to share. This is relevant to my present efforts of setting out MindGraph as an alternative, sane tessellation of a Knowledge Graph. https://hypothes.is/a/FaoMGLbrEeuWI68EL2K8Mg Blanks nodes are there as kludge to fix the inherent problem with Subject Predicate Object triples as the units of tessellation.

      two-place relations forming a graph

      MindGraph tessellation

    1. Two-place relations understood as forming a graph

      two-place relations graph

      subject predicate object triple

      An alternative carving up would be Graph = [Topic] [TrailMark Topic]

      TrailMark = Predicate | MetaTopic

      Predicate = Meta Topic Name

    2. The emergence of a virtual world-wide knowledge base.

      emergence of a virtual world-wide knowledge base

    3. The ability to compute with the represented knowledge is the real test.

      compute is the test of representation

    1. not everything we need to share and preserve can be written in a social network app posting.

      true, but it is worse we are scattering our minds

    2. what is the optimal node size to create in order to support multiple trails that can be read with reasonable sequential coherence

      optimal node size support multiple trails reasonable sequential coherence

      @TrailMarks Let's you be flexible, using collapsing/expanding as needed and the ability to transclude preclude

    3. Why aren’t this and that linked?

      why not linked

    4. How did I get here from there?


      how did I get here?

    5. Large, unstructured, wiki-type hypertexts can be so much more than a bunch of discrete articles. Missing from such environments are the hypertextual tools to help plan and envision trails through the corpus whilst maintaining a coherent view of the intertwingled whole. Where am I? How do I get from here to there?

      wiki missing

      tools to plan envision trails maintain coherent, relevant, significant view of the whole

      That's the key value prop for https://twitter.com/TrailMarks

    6. The less we see and experience more powerful text tools, the more we need training even to make initial progress. No wonder large organisations struggle to preserve knowledge

      less experience powerful text tools more training needed struggle with preserving knowledge

    7. The affordances of such office tools are meagre compared to my normal working desktop environment.

      meager affordances

    8. how dated mainstream ‘office’ tools are. Underneath accreted layers of marginal gain they remain just a writing pad, an arithmetical pad and a drawing pad.

      dated office tools accreted layers marginal gain writing, arithmetic, drawing pads

    9. Understanding and using text in this new, intertwingled, perspective is something we should work toward

      text intertwingled perpective

    10. The real benefit to the author is to engage with many different display views, and all the more so if writing to inform others rather than writing for oneself

      engage different display view beneficial

    11. free to allow multiple trails, as posited by Vannevar Bush, it is something still ignored by education and academe

      trails ignored academe

      Engelbart reflecting on their structured summaries of papers noted that the real content in semantic terms were small

      same place he noted the value arising from reflecting on and harmonizing the semantic terms their introduced on the fly as the most valuabl;e exercise in organizing knowledge

    12. A societal loss is that these tools are less widely known and explored, whilst most of us simply type on to screen-based ’paper’ on our screens.

      societal loss

      screen based 'paper'

    13. past limitations should not bind our future.

      past limitations bind future

    14. Mark Anderson Augmentation Of Text In The Post-Print Era: Casting Off The Drogue Of Paper Paradigms

    15. THE FUTURE OF TEXTEdited by Frode Alexander Hegland

    16. Marc-Antoine ParentPerspectives And Overview

      perspectives and overview

    17. Right now, we are defining a data model and event-based protocol for expressing these topic maps and their accompanying conceptual graph, and allowing a mixed ecosystems of information appliances to produce, combine and enrich this global concept graph, and hope to work on experimentation with semantically enriched text

      HyperKnowledge + TrailMarks + IndieHub = Indywiki

    18. It is also much richer than semantic entity identification, as we may want to identify higher-order semantic entities, such as links between concepts.

      richer than semantic identification because it weaves a semantically enriched fabric of conversational elements

    19. This is a much higher requirement than traditional hypertext backlinks, because for very rich conversations, there will be a large number of related topics, that we would want to group in semantic clusters (or at the very least de-duplicate.)

      beyond backlink introducing high resolution self explicating bidirectional linked text

    20. sometimes, a key topic in the text is identified only long after it was written

      so you introduce at the right point int the structured TrailMarked Text a tralmark:

      • about : <topic entity name or dot>
    21. It breaks the wiki assumption of a single topic per text

      breaks the wiki assumption of a single topic per text

    22. Enriching texts with concepts anchors could be done at the moment of writing or afterwards, including on someone else’s tex

      That's what a TrailMark as an inter tectual intent/semantic mark down notational device accomplishes

    23. Hovering on the topic marker should give a list (partial, ranked) of related topics, whether they are alternative views, related issues, or arguments around the topic;

      related topics, issues alternative views arguments portal to the neighborhood

    24. topic anchor should give a visual indication of the size and activity level of the conceptual neighbourhood

      information about conceptual neighborhood

    25. What we can do is to enrich text with topic anchors in the margins.

      enrich text with topic anchors on the margins

    26. pure text can never offer a perspective that is at the same time global, dynamic and intelligible.

      pure text not intelligible

    27. divergent paragraphs can also be merged back into any page and retain their individual history

      divergent merged back

    28. expressing diversity of perspective


    29. Mike Caulfield has proposed choral descriptions of ideas

      choral description of ideas

    30. controlled evolution of a collective tex

      controlled evolution

    31. allow pages stop reflecting the evolution of the community

      fallow pages

    32. collective texts continuously refactored towards clarity with sustained effort, yet retaining memory of past edits.


    1. Blank nodes are like simple variables in algebra; they represent some thing without saying what their value is.

      variables in algebra blank node what's the point of introducing the notion of a variable in a formal language without rules for dealing with them

      scope and use of them. it's like declaring a variable assigning some value but have no way of making use of them except being able to introduce a predicate object pair without a subject or an object with some arbitrary structure

    1. Microsoft Teams Phones – 2021 Update 1 April 5, 2021 by Jeff Schertz · 22 Comments 

    1. From The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series Annotation By Remi H. Kalir and Antero Garcia An introduction to annotation as a genre—a synthesis of reading, thinking, writing, and communication—and its significance in scholarship and everyday life.

    1. Tools for thought: the K-I diagram Published on May 6, 2021 Status is offline Andrew Kirby PhD, pharmacy, drug delivery & aesthetic dermatology, Created 1st commercial flexible microneedle system. Serial innovator.

    1. If design solves problems, art creates them.

      I have to mull over this one. Terrifying Syllogism.

      The Greeks held. that art imitates life.

      The computer arts imitate creation itself

      art creates problems


      No wonder we are facing newly created problems everyday


    1. if a document is destroyed or moved, one is aware of what dangling links will be created, and can possibly fix them.

      dangling link

    2. Enquire has two-way links.

      Originally two way links

    1. I would be able to travel to all those parts of the web I was meant to...

      The power of backlinks

    1. What's in a name?


    2. things we think of as addresses and those we think of as names

      addresses and names

    1. construct your own digital twin!

      digital twin

      Intention Economy?

    1. A blank node is a node that is not a URI reference or a literal. In the RDF abstract syntax, a blank node is just a unique node that can be used in one or more RDF statements, but has no intrinsic name. A convention used by some linear representations of an RDF graph to allow several statements to reference the same unidentified resource is to use a blank node identifier, which is a local identifier that can be distinguished from all URIs and literals. When graphs are merged, their blank nodes must be kept distinct if meaning is to be preserved; this may call for re-allocation of blank node identifiers. Note that such blank node identifiers are not part of the RDF abstract syntax, and the representation of triples containing blank nodes is entirely dependent on the particular concrete syntax used.

      re-allocation of blank node identifiers

    1. The inability to match blank nodes increases the delta size (the number of triples that need to be deleted and added in order to transform one RDF graph to another) and does not assist in detecting the changes between subsequent versions of a Knowledge Base. Building a mapping between the blank nodes of two compared Knowledge Bases that minimizes the delta size is NP-Hard in the general case.[6]

      blank nodes increase delta size

    2. In RDF, a blank node (also called bnode) is a node in an RDF graph representing a resource for which a URI or literal is not given.[1] The resource represented by a blank node is also called an anonymous resource. According to the RDF standard a blank node can only be used as subject or object of an RDF triple.

    1. The open-world assumption (OWA) codifies the informal notion that in general no single agent or observer has complete knowledge, and therefore cannot make the closed-world assumption. The OWA limits the kinds of inference and deductions an agent can make to those that follow from statements that are known to the agent to be true. In contrast, the closed world assumption allows an agent to infer, from its lack of knowledge of a statement being true, anything that follows from that statement being false.

      codifies lack of complete knowledge

    2. Open-world assumption
      • opposite of : closed world assumption
    1. When asked, “How could you possibly have done the first interactive graphics program, the first non-procedural programming language, the first object oriented software system, all in one year?” Ivan replied: “Well, I didn’t know it was hard.” (Alan Kay, Doing with Images Makes Symbols, 1987)

    2. Ivan Sutherland – Well, I Didn’t Know it was Hard

    1. progress to having a wiki farm locked to their identity.

      wiki farm

    2. the link shows a choice of options in a ghost page.

      ghost page

    1. Federated wiki maintains a distinct neighborhood for each browser tab.

      neighbourhood for each browser tab

    2. Authors are not guaranteed to know what has become of their words.

      I expected it to be

      what if it could be guaranteed. How much value one can derive from that?

    3. Emergent site structures tend to be topical, chronological or reflective

      topical, chronological, reflective

    4. neighborhood expansion while browsing.

      neighbourhood expansion

    5. Federated wiki uses individually owned domain names

      individually owned domain names

    6. As pages are copied (forked) they accumulate attributions sufficient to locate originals in their original linking context.

      attributions to locate originals

    7. When communities meet and share a page or two they have opened a portal between each web that future readers will follow within the one site they have become.


    8. html5's cross-origin resource sharing

      cross-origin resource sharing

    9. We settle for slow but steady growth by insisting that participants launch their own servers.

      could accelerate this growth if Federated Wiki and IndyWiki link up. People running their own federated wiki becomes hubs for the community of people that connect to their federated wiki via IndyWiki

      Hope to do some experiments for this next week with Robert

    10. Random identifiers are created for each paragraph. These survive through editing and copying. Pages sharing a paragraph of common origin remain implicitly and bi-directionally linking by id. Search engines then become the external link-store that makes bi-directional links possible.

      in TrailMarks trailmarks are created as high resolution addressable dot at the point of first reference, bidirectionally linked and both the author and the one who makes a reference became aware of each others

    11. Pages are written quickly and then updated occasionally

      quckly updated occasionally

    12. Collaborative Link The web became more collaborative with wiki's introduction of the Internal Link. Link names were drawn from a shared space backed up at the time by shared storage. Federated wiki's internal links preserves the shared space but not the shared storage making it the ideal link for the distributed collaborative web

    1. What is a Distributed Knowledge Graph?
      • for : underlay

    2. so adept at context-switching that it gives the illusion of being a knowledge graph

      adept at context-switching giving an illusion of a knowledge graph

      That's exactly how TrailMarks work. Wow.

      That context via IndieHub includes the people in one's own(ed) emergent sociogram of p2p p2community connections

    1. Doughnut Economics Action Lab Doughnut Economics Action Lab 7.65K subscribers Subscribe I find the Three Horizons Framework, created by Bill Sharpe, a very useful tool for sharing with groups thinking about transformative change, so I made this 7 minute video as a summary introduction to the framework, including some questions that it helps to raise. Find out more about Three Horizons thinking at http://www.iffpraxis.com/3h-approach

    2. Three Horizons Framework - a quick introduction

    1. At this stage of the Web’s moral devolution, it is nearly impossible to think outside the cookie-based fecosystem. If it was, we would get back the agency we lost, and the regulations we’re writing would respect and encourage that agency as well.

      moral devolution of the Web

    2. How the cookie poisoned the Web
    1. internet that is not seedy

      cognitive dissonance

      stern father

      spiritual adepts

      aversion to gurus

      culture white concept

      driven by difficult life

      trade off

    2. [cicolab] Cult Jam Wrap (Flow Show 2021-05-10)

    1. established religions,   whether they know it or not, exist to create  false separation. Separation from the oneness   as he puts it.

      religion false separation separation from the oneness

    2. A sociogram is a visual representation  of the relations between a particular group.   00:11:07 So it's your social network,  if you will

      sociogram social network

    3. Revolution Now! with Peter Joseph | Ep #22 | May 2nd 2021

    1. The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World Kindle Edition by Lynne McTaggart

      The Intention Experiment forces you to rethink what it is to be human. It proves that we're connected to everyone and everything -- and that discovery demands that we pay better attention to our thoughts, intentions, and actions. Here's how you can.

    1. "Art is that which holds your attention beyond practicality."

      art attention beyond practicality

    2. We're starting by creating a notebook that augments the user's intelligence.

      notebook augments intelligence

    1. The auto-suggest layer for human thinking

    1. What Is an SVG File? How to open, edit, and convert SVG files by Tim Fisher General Manager, VP, Lifewire.com Tim Fisher has 30+ years' professional technology support experience. He writes troubleshooting content and is the General Manager of Lifewire. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tim Fisher Updated on May 13, 2021


    1. Inferring human interpretation and knowledge

      Need instead to augment human intellect to make sense of structured presentations of knowledge through collaboration and co-create interpretative trails from transitional research, intent, meaningful trails

    2. lack of knowledge representations capable of describing steps of creative processes, including rich relationships between symbolic and non-symbolic data.

      steps of creative process relating symbolic and non-symbolic data

    3. structuring users' tacit and explicit knowledge.

      tacit explicit knowledge

    4. Representing Experts' Interpretive Trails with Hyperknowledge Specifications

    1. With a capability URL, they only have to share the URL with a representative from each organisation, and trust that representative to pass on the URL to whichever colleagues need to take part.


    2. Capability URLs that are used to facilitate collaboration without requiring accounts are generally controlled by a regular use

      controlled by regular users

    3. Low Friction Accounts

      with capability urls

    4. A capability URL enables a user to access a service without having a login or password on that service. There are three situations where that is a particular advantage

      No Login

    5. Capability URLs grant access to a resource to anyone who has the URL

    1. Responding to resource requests from other origins.

      resource request from other origins

    2. Service Worker API

    1. sw-test Service Worker test repository. This is a very simple demo to show basic service worker features in action.
      • about : Service Worker
    1. sql.js is a light wrapper around SQLite compiled with EMScripten for use in the browser (client-side).

      That's crazy. We had WebSQL before!

    1. Catalist is a guild/organization/group that I think wants to eventually have a community and be a broader collection of tools/products, potentially be a cooperative of many tools. Trove is a focused product, the first product that has come out of the catalist ecosystem. It’s a directory system for communities that combines elements of knowledge management tools with a social component (the vision is Reddit meets federated wiki for groups and networks).

      broader collection of tools/prodcuts cooperative of many tools

    1. There is no planet B

      This is just so apt. We act as if we ha a planet B. available. Plan B is predicated on the recognition that we do not have a Plan B. While Weinstein has already checkout and dreaming of interstellar travel Now. Do not get me wrong, I am a great admirer of all of his works. Geometric Unity inspired my work on symbolic Unity

    1. — the rules of internet startups and venture capitalism

      rules of startups and venture captialism

    2. a better way to advance our deepest human values.

      advance human values

    3. a rebirth of old ideas in a new context.

      let me spell this out rebirth of old ideas in new context means that those ideas were newe in a new context birth means something new, coming to the world? Isn't it?

    1. Tabula rasa (/ˈtæbjələ ˈrɑːsə, -zə, ˈreɪ-/; "blank slate") is the theory that individuals are born without built-in mental content, and therefore all knowledge comes from experience or perception.
    1. SG&A

      Selling, General & Administrative Expense (SG&A)

    2. “first to scale” may become “first to fail”. Unit economics matter more than ever. Carefully measured growth will win.

      first to scale first to fail

      carefully measure growth will win

    3. sophisticated incumbents driving up customer acquisition costs.

      when freedom of reach flips

    4. the blitzscaling approach works well. The first to critical mass wins.

      first to critical mass wins

    5. startup growth will require a push from the company and not a pull from the market.

      push from the company not a pull from the market