I continue to use the clickable image below, though it dates from a time when I naively ignored the dangers of Social Technology.
Like all truly advanced technology, these solutions to social problems will involve a lot of math, but must not require users to have special knowledge or skills. Programmers are invited to help with the development of open source libraries for applied social mathematics.
Non-technical accounts of all these topics as well as accessible accounts of the underlying math are on the front pages of a network of associated websites.
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Monthly Archives: May 2008
Blogs are greatly over-rated, as I have said, suffering from the same problems as other things addressed in this FindCompatibles blog. Using google I could not even find this blog myself.Would more key phrases help? Find compatible people. Find jobs. … Continue reading
Nobody finds this blog. I never find a blog that interests me. I know that the contents of this blog would interest many people out there. I am even more sure that there are blogs out there that would interest … Continue reading
What sounds less possible than Practical Immortality? It might be called a fantasy, a technological fantasy. For this and other ideas, see my other blog, Technological Fantasies. I claim that immortality is possible, in just the way described in my … Continue reading
I have two other blogs, which should be mentioned again. If anyone has other blogs which might be related to this one (or the other two) please advertise them here. The first of my blogs is FindCompatibles. It describes something … Continue reading
I have created two new blogs. One is called Technological Fantasies, after an old web site of mine. The ability to find compatible people for social relationships and to find jobs or places to live or the best education for … Continue reading
I used to have a web site of this name. Should have kept it alive, but didn’t. Anyway, I have have many technological fantasies and hope you have more. Here are some which evolved during the writing of a giant … Continue reading