Friday, June 3, 2011

Trust Breach of the First Kind

"Just my imagination ..."
"You may have noticed some strange behavior on the machine lately.  I know I have. I suspect that we tripped a wire somewhere. We may not know which of our activities, if any, may have caused this noticeable rise in disruptive activity. We are somewhat prepared though as it was our intent to stress test level one of the trust network."

The pattern suggested to the newcomer that viewing the situation from the perspective of the network was an afterthought. She would soon discover a unique aspect of their methodology, dig deep for hidden competition.

Recall the discussion of "soup" on the log. It references the non-explicit nature of supporting consciously intended communications. The network adds value to analog to analog communications with its emergent 'awareness' of what is valued in the specific connection and those having similarities.

Why broken?
Of course, it makes sense not to re-invent the wheel. But what if something with the potential to be highly useful has not reached conscious awareness yet? The purpose of strategic communications is, quite simply, to develop such awareness in the interest of sentient well-being. Specific applications abound and are easier to 'grok' but the overall abstract principle benefits greatly from productive intent coupled with perseverance.

© 2011 Buzz Hill

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