Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Asked to stop thinking to start believing. What? Something did not seem right. Who would ask such a thing. And why?

Time passed. Not much more.

Then, in a flash a smile just appeared. It fit in the music but it just did not seem to make much sense otherwise. And a bit later another contented face appears. It, harder to ignore.  Happening a third time, anticipation starts to build, expectation of smiles, hard to ignore.


Meanwhile, the effort to make public potentially original concepts continues.

The frontier's antiquated but still somewhat functional immune system. Its ability to distinguish a foe from friends is overwhelmed with the rapid increase in the pace of change. The updating of recognition profiles perhaps the weakest link in the chain. Rapid response is dependent upon fast foe recognition. What the system has depended on consists of short cuts, basically. The short cuts are made possible by embedded routine.

As discussed here before - the proposed Identifyee Group (one of many aliases) is a mashup of individual-centric suppliers. For example Facebook (technology enhanced 'friending'), Google (natural language recognition) have been mentioned as examples of such suppliers. Another of particular interest is Apple Inc. The following illustrates why, beyond devices for individuals, the company's efforts are particularly appropriate in this context.

Note that while each of the companies mentioned have an interest in the concept of digital id integrity they are still burdened (though to a lesser degree) with the perception by potential members that they have an agenda beyond each person protecting and helping one another that may conflict.

Proposing not only a consistent name but a simple and suitable mission statement for the entity mentioned is high priority. The caveats mentioned to date make obvious the need for a freshly designed organization that connects the elements in a manner that maintains individual integrity.

NOTE: This part of BuzzTheHill is not fictional. Consider this post a public disclosure and as such, to the degree something novel and not obvious to those skilled in the art has been addressed in it, the specific intent was/is to put it in the PUBLIC DOMAIN

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