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About Me:
I have been networking for some years and am interested to see humanity become a more compact, stable, intelligent reality.

Needed changes, brainstormed together with Robin and Susan in January 2003 on Terceira island, Azores:

Genova, the Azores and our Common Future

My focus is principally in three areas:

Natural health (Health Supreme)

Physics and new energy (my blog)

and economics/new monetary systems. This last one does not have a dedicated site, so both Health Supreme and the physics blog have some stuff on it. Some articles are on my earlier site as well.

My desire: help prepare humanity for our entry into a new space age ...
How did you come across this network?
Michel Bauwens pointed me here.

Neat P2P map on Frappr!

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Student codes 'google for torrents'

A student recently decided to create an algorithm like Google's to index web pages. After some iterations and months of hard work the code did not seem to work as well as Google's, so he decided to use the fruits of his labor in a more restricted field - he limited his crawler to find bit-torrent files. He then proceeded to check those torrents to eliminate the deadwood and the fakes and to put up the ones that had sufficient information on a server. Here is his description of what he did and… Continue

Posted on January 12, 2010 at 12:00 — 3 Comments

Broadband takes to the skies

This is a recent item on BBC news, describing how airplanes will be connected linking up to satellite broadband, allowing passengers access to the internet.


So my wife asked an interesting question: What about using the airplanes as a network forming relay to give internet connectivity to those on the ground?

Although not a stable connection when… Continue

Posted on January 11, 2009 at 17:41

Can Consumers Collectively Own 'Producers'?

In today's world we have for the most part - a strict separation of production and consumption, which together constitute "the market". The incentive for a market economy is a division of labor. Some are good at organizing, others are good at doing various "jobs". The enterprising spirits who are good at organizing become producers or purveyors of commerce, meaning, distributors of things produced. The less enterprising who yet need some resources to survive contribute by selling their manual… Continue

Posted on May 13, 2008 at 14:01 — 22 Comments

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At 12:44 on February 18, 2008, Josef Davies-Coates said…
Hi Sepp, thanks for the thanks :)

Loads of really great people have already joined which is indeed promising and exciting :)

I'm loving finding out more about everyone!
At 13:48 on February 28, 2008, Michael Riversong said…
Wow another Bard? Have you checked out my site at www.biblicalbards.org ? One thing i'm always concerned about is having that site network to other Bards. If you have a site covering that, i want to see it. Meanwhile, thanks for all the great documentation you're doing!
At 15:40 on March 2, 2008, Arun said…
hello Sepp!
Nice to know that you too share this forum. I am still learning how to use all the facilities.
At 20:44 on March 3, 2008, Stephen Joyce said…
Hi Sepp I’ve just joined P2P and am passionate about our species’ ability to develop it’s collaborative intelligence. If we are to turn the planet around we need the participation of just about everyone – we need a very special ‘Yahu’ (http://gettingclevertogether.com/cooperation/yahu-for-collaborative-intelligence/)
…anyway would like to have you connect to me as a friend on this network and love to make connections for others when I know enough about them to know who to introduce them to. I hope I can do that for you in the future.

Kind regards

Steve J
At 12:58 on March 4, 2008, Teemu Arina said…
Don't know about Stephen. About the finnish smart-kid post:

- ammount of schoolwork depends of institution, I atleast had more than I could cope
- test requirements are defined by curriculum, so there is standardization, but not something like SAT

I would say, that one reasons why we do well is that we are a small country, there are more teachers per number of students than in many other countries. Many schools are more based on groupwork, but universities are very much the lecture format.

The prime reason though, is the quality of school food. We have very healthy and nutritious food in schools, that keeps people awake.
At 14:53 on March 4, 2008, athina.k said…
thanks loads! i am sure i will!
At 20:12 on March 13, 2008, Bas Reus said…
Hi Sepp, what a discussion/thread on backing up the Internet you started. Apparently very inetresting at the moment for quite some people here. Cheers, Bas.
At 17:32 on April 1, 2008, Bernard D. Tremblay (ben) said…
Sepp! How very nice! As I go about my morning ritual I'm composing a reply in my mind to what /seems/ to be a very legit DreamHost donation.

It's the first time I've set out a begging bowl (though I've been a street musician on and off since '78) so I wasn't positive that the originating address was the donor.

Thanks so very much! And very kind of you ... I won't sing the blues here but let's just say it makes a substantial difference. Very good of you to respond; good to know that such as you are out there.

At 22:07 on April 1, 2008, Bernard D. Tremblay (ben) said…
*NB: Ning's "Comment Wall" instroduces almost 100% entropy by shattering the thread; this is more like Discussion on wiki UserProfile pages than anything else.*

Let me start a blog thread with you ... I spent a while exploring yours and other blogs on NewMedia ... re-finding Tom Atlee had me in flash-back mode; dug up some of my stuff from '95 ... plenty to explore!


p.s. a still-born project from back-when: "The Green Future Foundation" ... magnetizing collective intelligence is ever-fresh!
At 22:13 on April 1, 2008, Bernard D. Tremblay (ben) said…
I'm tempted to delete that comment, but will instead post this as notice of my mistake: Ning has an interesting little feature ... apparently someone is sensitive to the "shatter the thread" effect that wall-like functions have. "Follow thread" ... that's a new one for me ... sweet!

That's the sort of "spring-loaded web-page" that I've been straining to see implemented. Wonderful! Very glad to be wrong!

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