Sunday, December 26, 2010

Of Least Resistance

Where in the world is that?
"… he suggests India would be an attractive launch venue for the authentic identity network."

"We will be hearing from other candidates once the ping is designed and sent. Start assembling your teams.", she responded.

It is a game with a bridge to 'reality' (as hereinbefore defined) after all. Massively Multi-player Online ... From inception, many of its benefits will be free to all. Its most valuable features will be available to subscribers. A realistic simulation of social entity for authentic individuals (no false identities, no multiple identities etc.) Said net will model applications in 'reality' to generate empirical data sets that closely parallel what could be useful 'outside'.

Subscribing members are rewarded for protecting other members (as a group) and therefore the integrity of the authentic id network and reducing or eliminating the influence of outsiders or insiders seeking more influence than their numbers would otherwise entitle them to.

"Notice how important the precise quantity of 1.0 is outside the black box. Each node, ideally, has precisely this value. The highest incentive of the game is the assurance of this value for each node and that each node is unique.

"We occasionally get our words mixed up and discover hidden value.  On the level of DNA and at the level of cultural exchange through language. Serendipity when the copying is not perfect? Freudian slip? A voice from the unspoken part of our collected minds. The entropy of communications is mitigated by the intelligence at the nodes."

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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