Monday, December 13, 2010

Friendly Trust

Informed speculation or spoof?  Perhaps both. Friends tell each other inside jokes. By doing so, they confirm dynamically, trust. Dialog based on 'private implicit exchange' is very effective/secure mutual recognition tool.

Compare this with forwarding spam to a large group because it agrees with the sender's point-of-view. An unfriendly mistake often made by people who are afraid of organic technology. Another example, piggy-backing on another's success to promote unrelated agenda's.  The list is quite long. The pattern is recognizable. Can technology detect this unfriendly behavior by itself?

... friends laugh together.
The relative success of the technology to implement this protocol depends on empirical discovery of the methods recorded in the cloud and extending them with the competitive speculation of well-meaning competent individuals.

NOTE: Some of the foregoing in this BuzzTheHill post is not fictional. Consider it 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

© 2010 Buzz Hill

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