Tech Conservative vs Tech Progressive Approach to Problem Solving

The shared similarity between a technological conservative and a technological progressive is their admission of a problem. However, their approaches to alleviating the problem is the point of divergence for them. The technological conservative address the problem from a perspective that patronizes and give credence to institutional power. By doing this, they confer absolute belief in the institution and deem…

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Startup City as a Service (SCaaS)

SCaaS is to Minimum Necessary Infrastructure what SaaS is to Minimum Viable Product. In my post, The Network State: A Country Birthed From the Web, I wrote how starting a new country is akin to building a startup. Most successful businesses were startups that coupled it’s competence with available tools (SaaS) to create a Minimum Viable Product and kept on…

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The Network State: A Country Birthed From the Web

This is a review of Dr. Balaji Srinivasan’s How to Start a New Country .   Until the pandemic we underestimated how the web can connect humans with similar ideas from dissimilar backgrounds. In 12 months humans realized we can start companies, hire and coordinate workforce over the web. We learned we can choose between the city and countryside while…

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Social Tokens: Endless Opportunities for Creators

Social tokens will drive a fundamental rethinking of money and fandom. Money isn’t notes and metals; it’s anything that represents values agreed collectively by a community of people. These people are bound by social relations and shared interests. These people can be fans of a creator. The shared love fans have for a creator and desire to stand out from…

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