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Collective Intelligence Magnifier Project

Looking at Clojure for developing what is currently called a "Collective Intelligence Magnifier." Considered "Collective Intelligence Amplifier" but the acronym is already taken by what appears to be a brute force anti-intelligence affair. One might call it a collective wisdom generator. The label doesn't matter, really.

Think of your brain. When you have bad thoughts does your brain seek out originating cells to kill or incarcerate them? What about good thoughts? Does your…

Added by Tom Loeber on April 16, 2010 at 0:18 — 1 Comment

Global P2P governance experiment in development.

Came across a mathematical equation in 1976 that suggests the possibility of a coordinated bartering and sharing network that could supplant nation states and corporations as the chief governing experiments on the planet.

Our small all volunteer team is now most seriously considering using Clojure to make the initial experiment. It will be a scaled anonymity P2P VPN that is essentially chained conferences, the demographics of which are patterned to provide comprehensive coverage of… Continue

Added by Tom Loeber on February 19, 2010 at 5:01 — No Comments

Basic P2P collaboration research.

I have started a meetup group to explore existing and future P2P collaboration tools for organizing group efforts. It is located here.

1st: We catalogue existing software tools with an eye towards some basic requirements:


OS independent

No Server Required

Easy but secure encryption

White Board

Text Chatting

Concurrent or plug-in voice and/or video handling.

File sharing… Continue

Added by Tom Loeber on December 9, 2008 at 18:00 — 2 Comments



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