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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I have often said that our current level of social technology is like that of medicine before the mechanisms of disease and the need for sterility were understood. We now have medical terms like microorganisms and sterile field which … Continue reading →
It feels like the end of an era. It has been a busy, fascinating, exhausting six weeks, but it is over, finished. I have just posted Chapter Thirty-Five, the final chapter of the novel Social Tech High, which has has … Continue reading →
The latest chapter, Chapter Nine, of my online, daily installment novel on http://SocialTechNovel.SocialTechnology.ca/ contains some interesting (I hope) examples of the use of a user interface to the school’s social technology software. Also discussed is what has been called an … Continue reading →
As I said, I have been writing a novel about social technology, to promote and inform. I have not posted today’s chapter yet, but I have done something else of interest. In the novel, people will have to refer to a … Continue reading →
There are several things I must and will say again and again. Perhaps the first should be just this personal note: even in the unlikely event that I were to do all of the software development myself, I have to write about … Continue reading →
In the past I have not been too good at multi-tasking when the tasks were so different. I have done web page creation, software development and the writing of fiction. Each seemed to demand my whole attention. It has been … Continue reading →
I have tried again and again to write about Social Technology in fiction, to make it easier to understand. I seem to have a knack for dialog, I think. I will post some on the Social Technology website, soon. Meanwhile, … Continue reading →
New plugins to allow easy sharing of posts and tweeting highlighted texts have been added. Easy to add — WordPress is good that way. Much harder has been creating and adding new logos. For some unfathomable reason both MediaWiki and … Continue reading →
There has been a social technology website for almost two decades, and before that there was an active social technology mailing list. In those days social technology was treated first as a concept to be understood, then as a cause. … Continue reading →
It has been a busy week due to my attempts to help a few people who wanted me to provide them a free subdomain and considerable help setting it up. Eventually they decided they wanted a full domain with the … Continue reading →