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About Our Connected Future. 2: “Connecting People to Prosperity in the Exponential Age”

This a must-read re-blog from Singularity Hub http://ift.tt/2rvj6Vw It was also reposted by the P2PFoundation blog and the Collective Intelligence blog. I consider it as one of the most clear update on the way ahead we together face. It liks … Continue reading

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What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?: Connected and Cooperating People

This is the title of chapter 8 that I wrote in a book*) about “Smart Cities”, see picture. ============part of chapter===== What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?: Connected & Cooperating People Jaap van Till Prof Emeritus Network Architecture and Digital Infrastructures, Tildro … Continue reading

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Can computers be trusted ? Probably not. Cartoon # 3 of 3

Found on our attic, partly eaten away by bookworms (!!?): three drawings called “Computer Myths Explained“, of a series of 8, which I bought from Creative Computing in 1979, by the famous Monte Wolverton, see Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Wolverton and his website: http://www.wolvertoon.com/ This is … Continue reading

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