I have finalized the Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group for Phase 1.0. Martin Geddes and Stephen E. Arnold will join me as the informal executive cell that can sign confidentiality and other agreements on behalf of my new company Open Source Everything, Inc. Our public website will be web3-0.org which will be a subset of a larger website ose-21.org to press forward on Open Source Everything Engineer (OSEE).
Linked table of contents below the fold.
I have talked extensively about the fediverse, the decentral web, FAAMG alternatives and big tech censorship. My blogs offer a compelling overview and I have done work & stories for Robert David Steele about the decentral web. So you may ask yourself, after all this talk about going decentral and web 3.0, how do you do it Steven? This guide is meant to give an answer to that. And I will try to get as clear and as dummy-proof as I can get. This is intended to be a one-stop shop from A to Z. I might forget a thing or two along the way so this will probably receive some updates in the near future.
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Michel Bauwens, founder of Peer to Peer and author of the pioneering publication Peer to Peer Rationality, speaks with Robert David Steele, author of The Open Source Everything Manifesto about the emergence of a new world order in which every person is a sovereign individual and has voice and vote over every issue from local to global. Time is spent in needed changes in economic calculation (contributive accounting, flow accounting, thermo-dynamic accounting) and needed changes in public communications and education. Both agree on the need for Web 3.0 and the reinstatement of humanity over technology, of the spiritual over the material, of common sense over dogma.
1 Education 2 Research 3 Purchasing 4 Patents 5 Data 6 Collaboration 7 Commons 8 Health 9 Economy 10 Systemic Change
Tip of the Hat to Jean Lievens.
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