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Here are 2 hilarious guberment finance innovations of mine (and with 2 I mean 4)

October 10, 2017

To start by poorly quoting Jack Ma: “I always look where the money ends up”

To sort out government finances we should start by simply looking at that: Whereto all of the monies goes?

Usury laws have of course long been abolished in the cleptocratic corporate theocracies of the world.

Most important: Rent/mortgage and Energy. Food is still remarkably cheap because our owners didn’t want farmers ruling the world. Farmers are much to advanced at looking far ahead in time. In an equal game vs the corporate quarterly reports they would pwn the unwashed managerialists.

Rent is of course the worse! In countries and cities that escaped carpet bombardments houses may be many hundreds of years old with renters endlessly paying for the “privilege” of living in a house in a country that is claimed to be theirs.

Sure, we periodically put some new wood, bits of plastic and bits of metal into the buildings, renovations that costs a shit load of money. Not that construction workers earn that much but they some how miraculously cost a shit load.

We should really turn rent into a lease-buy contract retroactively. Those few people riding along on the gravy train that is YOUR labor should really not be entitled to enjoy endless exploitation. Investments should have reasonable returns and come with reasonable risk. We’ve zeroed out the risk for much to long (to the point of people paying rent for flooded houses) that it is perfectly fair to now max out the risk and have the people who paid to live in the house take ownership of that what they paid for. I don’t consider this an invention tho, it is just obvious.

The first invention is to create government mortgages at zero percent interest with no obligation to pay anything back until the house is sold with a maximum of 300 000 Euro or Dollar. Furthermore, these financial instruments granted to the citizen may not be sold to other parties until the entity holding them goes into bankruptcy , until that time they are simply part of their balance sheet. The only thing the citizen pays for is a bit of insurance, some 10 to 30 bucks per month and any borrowed amount beyond 300 k.

The second invention is what I call TAX MONEY. This newly coined coin is issued by government every 6 months and they expire after 12 months. Government uses this coin to pay its employees and to buy services in the public sector. Citizens may use this coin to pay taxes over the 12 month period OR they may pay 200% taxes using the normal currency. This  creates a highly speculative investment vehicle with varying supply and demand. Government spending may cause radical inflation and deflation, the currency may implode or grow close to 200%  of its initial value.

Taxes are paid at a fixed ratio where 1 coin is 1 unit of the normal currency. If you make a purchase worth 100 Euro and have to pay 20 Euro worth of tax on top of that you can pay 20 tax Euro or 40 normal Euro. If the exchange rate is 10:9 you can of course conveniently use your phone to buy 20 tax Euro for 18 Euro on a private or government currency exchange.

Besides the above described weirdness of the system it creates the totally weird situation where we want government to spend enough tax money to drive down the value of the currency. Government overspending makes the currency crash rendering a few months worth of tax free shopping. A few (or many) speculators will probably get stuck with unspent taxes but that is simply the risk of their game. Others might wait until the very last moment to pay their taxes waiting for favorable rates. If that doesn’t happen they end up paying 200%.

Government pensions and other kinds of social support (like a basic income) are paid in tax money but the amounts are in normal currency. If tax Euroes are worth 50 cents and the social support is 1000 euro you get 2000 euro.

However, (to make it all work) all monthly payments in the country (where possible) shall be paid per day.

in stead of working a day then having to wait up to 3 months for that day worth of salary to be paid it shall be credited before the end of the day (24:00)  If for whatever reason the salary is not paid the same day government will credit the missing money and the entrepreneur will pay 1% interest per day. This money will be hoarded into an account to pay for all those missing salaries. You can still pay 90 days later, you just have to pay roughly twice as much.

Now I understand this is all very hard to grasp for many readers (as if I have many readers HA!) but I assure you it removes tons of complexity from both civilian and government finances, it completely gets rid of a good number of awful risks and it brings a ton of fresh money into circulation without the risks normally associated with governments “over” spending.

Without housing cost people will have much more money in their pocket and the tax system is such that it dynamically adjusts to whatever weird things unleashed onto the country.

If there is a billion or two needed for some disaster management the money is instantly available AND TAXES GO DOWN so that people have some extra money to figure out what to make of the situation themselves.

The only down side is that during high government spending saving up your social support (or your basic income) might be a terrible idea. Then again, if government is cheap and efficient you might hold onto it for as long as possible.

All the ups and downs make for a wonderful landscape for speculation and by that process much of the national risk is delegated to the speculators. As long as the financial game is limited to registered citizens the winnings will simply be returned into the national economy.

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The biological network in the technology race

July 3, 2015

I was watching this short video

Fascinating stuff. The evil of technology is in that we *have to* learn. We have no choice. We have to anticipate the problems to the best of our abilities and address them in time or face incredibly harsh punishments. When nature unleashes the punishments it is often not known if we could have done something but it isn’t rare for the solution to be sitting there on the shelve for years without anyone caring what it is. If we don’t understand the situation we cant understand the problems or the solutions.

Take where it is argued that the automobile didn’t mean we all have to be engineers. He portrays the automobile as a single component. The invention was not the chair, it was not to put wheels on carts, it was not new to move cargo on a vehicle. The invention he is really referring to is the combustion engine. A better context would be engines in general. Everything from wind turbines, water wheels, steam and pneumatics to electric, gas and petrol engines. At first slowly but then increasingly rapidly we’ve replaced human labor with these powerful prime movers.

If people are not familiar with how these things work they wont understand how the world around them functions. Just like we have today it can only result in a society where billions are detached from reality. We need all of those people to govern themselves, we need for their opinion to be valuable. If they are unfamiliar with that what sustains them others can tell them any amount of stories and they will believe them. Self governing ends right there.

Take the electric car, it was invented in the early 1800’s and it held all speed records up to 1900. This while I suspect most people think the automobile was invented in the early 1900. People continued to build electric cars but lying to the general public  prevailed up to today. The first electric train was from 1879 the first electric tram in 1881. Trains with combustion engines are useful but electric magnetic levitation trains are that much more efficient and that much faster.

You have to think of an automobile as an indivisible unit to think that a tram or a  train is something different. It might be worthy of a special name if you put just 5 chairs on it and rubber bands over the wheels but to argue that this is the point where electricity stops being a viable solution is completely silly.

We use our many types of engines all over the place. To cool your computer, to mow the lawn, to open the garage door and to propel the industrial revolution. Today robots and artificial intelligence are playing an ever increasing role in society.

If it was true that people don’t have to understand any of it we will soon be reduced to a kind of pet in the most literal sense. Fast forwards a bit to the point where machines do everything, they hand us food and make our bed, shave you, put on your pants. From the other end, like with electronics, car engines and processors corporations will seal the components into lego like building blocks while promoting the idea that you should not know how things work.

If we are not careful we really can (and will) build a society where nothing is for you to know.

To take the amazon example. If everyone had a basic understanding of the technology we would have build a distributed system where the book store would be a node in the network. With a basic understanding it would be entirely obvious that a central control for profit at the expense of librarians and other literature professionals is undesirable.

As a direct result of our mistake Amazon purchased those nice little warehouse robots making them unavailable for everyone else.

They’ve hired part of the small group of people who understand how things work and now they own a large chunk of society. A large chunk of *our* society. That people don’t understand this doesn’t make it ok.

He speaks of time. Assaulting time. It is absolutely true that Amazon is able to deliver things faster than anyone else. But that is just a marketing component to them. They are not in the race to set the best time possible but their goal is to finish first.

A collective effort can gradually improve everything simply for the sake of improvement. For amazon it has to first make financial sense to focus on that area. They only have a tiny group of people working for them, they have to chose what to work on. Most will be in warehouses picking orders.

Commercial enterprise can barely get a rocket to ISS while collective efforts are approaching Pluto.

When space x figures out how to launch rockets reliably they could freeze the technology and work on other aspects of their business.

One day there will be a commercial space station and a commercial mission to Pluto.

By that time the collective effort will have bases on the moon and on mars and we will have rovers on Pluto.

The rovers will be complicated and their components will be complicated but those components will be made from simple mechanical contraptions that a child could understand. It will likely have a solar panel, a battery and an electric motor. A familiar computer with input and output devices.

If amazon had a publicly supported competitor and I had anything to say about it we would have digital copies of all books accessible before the hard-copy arrives in the mail. It could eventually be printed locally – it would defeat amazons delivery speed twice. We would have a debate how to properly reward living authors and reward librarians, we could run pilots side by side.

If people would understand technology we would have to wonder why we need google to find documents on-line. Google should definitely have a place on the web but to fully depend on commercial search providers results in poor search results and it gives them way to much power. They will seal their technology into components and keep it a secret just like all those commercial efforts before them. They will control what you get to read and what you wont get to read. They will closely monitor everything you do on-line. It is not unfair to say they can do whatever they like.

A crucial ingredient is for the general public not to know how simple it is to make a search engine.

The user types some words, they are send to other computers that will forward them again to many others. The words are compared to the index and the results are send back the same way.

The challenge is to sort the results by quality. A public debate about this is extremely important. Who is to decide which pages the general public should be reading OR more importantly who gets to decide which pages the public should not read?

Corporate interests? Must be kidding? I’m sure you can already picture what a joke that is. Google has been extremely nice to us in that regard. We should be glad we have such a benevolent information dictator.

Collectively we could do so much better than to sort search results by popularity as if that would be the ultimate measure of quality. The idea is easily debunked by the lack of sources popular articles cite. Citations after all end up promoting other websites other websites from the one the author is working for. The news article about Joe becomes a direct competitor of Joe’s homepage.

This is also why people are not making websites anymore. If we refuse to make an index that respects our hard worked articles it is no longer worth writing them.

This is how other realms of thoughts are being pushed out.

In short, programming is the reading and writing of the 21th century.

Arguing one doesn’t have to know how it works is equal to promoting illiteracy.

The glorious explanation why all TAX is nonsense

May 14, 2015

Thinking about this a bit more I now think it is crazy that government is not self sufficient. It should be cranking out products and it should be selling those to the rest of the world.

Free market capitalism has obvious advantages over government organizations. Efficiency and innovation seem the most relevant 2. The most profitable sectors that are not innovating should just be seized by the state. If it creates a global monopoly some 10-20% private ownership should be enough to keep up innovation and efficiency up to date.

(note: all governments are legally able to seize assets in times of war. Therefore all it takes is one of those fake wars)

You could even print currency against the new state assets and buy everything or offer limited compensation.

Run the proverbial government corn for a few years, make a nice report about the success of the project then either continue or if it turns out to be a drama sell it back to the market for whatever it is worth.

If people use their money to complaint seize their personal assets. We are running a country, we should not care about the benefits of the few if it gets in the way of the benefits of the many.

I would, overnight, put bars, restaurants, casinos, dance floors and [for profit] conference rooms in all government buildings. If the paper work gets in the way of serving drinks we should work hard to automate it into oblivion.

In a few years they would also have supermarkets, a hotel, sell clothing, furniture, electronics and cut peoples hair. Prices tuned to match local competition.

I would easily pay all the bills, then I would buy public support first by giving people free meals and free drinks every week and later with a heavily localized revenue sharing model.

I would send tickets to government officials from all over the world to do my advertising for me. I would invite the whole town to help show this guy from Japan what a wonderful thing we have going on here.

Soon after the supermarkets I would start local farms and local manufacturing. Buying things in bulk then doing a bit of repackaging is not rocket science. It will have the label people trust and have learned to love.

I would invite local people to participate in tuning and expanding this glorious project, it will be a court like setting where we first denounce their lack of vision then physically remove them if they so much as try one of those destructive narcissistic “everything is impossible” rants.

Most topics will have a ton of data from around the country and where we lack such data we can take pride in being on the cutting edge of things. Failure is entirely acceptable. We get to try things again and again and again until we get it right.

If people want 3 different kinds of peppers we are going to put effort in growing them in stead of listening to someone who doesn’t believe that is even possible.

He will get 5 minutes to describe his experience with the failure of growing peppers, if it is not a convincing story he is thrown out of the building.

Never again will government gardens grow unproductive crops and planting trees without fruits will require a lot of explaining. We will garden on walls, on roofs, by the side of the road, on fields nearby and indoors.

There will be chickens, pigs and cows in the park.

We will purge cars from the city and replace them with electrically assisted aerodynamic recumbent bicycles, to avoid giant batteries and limited range there will be charge strips by every traffic light and by the side of the road. The power surge will be negotiated wirelessly for maximum safety. Likewise a maximum speed will be electronically enforced. Pedaling harder will just reduce electrical assist or be consumed for battery charging.

Then, after inevitable success we will sell this system to every country around the world. Build and train their local manufacturing of the same. Teach them how to mold the aerodynamic body, how to wind and wire those electric motors, how to wire the underground battery to the wind turbine or solar array, if available how to hook up the grid failback and how to map the charge points on the gps.

It will send tremors across the global political sphere. As if dropped in icy water politicians around the world will wake up from their slumber of gay marriage, perpetual austerity and wars on terra.

They will find themselves completely outclassed, if not out right transcended.

Then, at the moment of maximum confusion I will create a monetary system where every tangible asset available for purchase is considered money.

To do this we will have a completely automated forex exchange system that allows trade, the way it was before the days of ancient Egypt and before Summer, to reemerge.

The ancient riddle where trading a cow for a bag of grain was considered complicated. The word of interest is “complicated” as it describes both the problem and the person having it.

I’m doing the impossible already, miracles take a little bit longer and “complicated” makes me shake from laughter.

Traditional currency will be used as a reference point, to pay taxes (in the unlikely event such a thing as tax would still exist), to pay national debt, for complex trades, monetary reserves and for trading with primitive nations.

The basic idea is this. You own a bicycle, if you own 51% of it you get to decide how it is used. Other people can buy part of your bicycle and trade that part for other goods but the bicycle will eventually perish along with the currency created against it.

If a city grows 10 Euro worth of tomatoes it can buy things for this 10 Euro but unless someone shows up to exchange the currency for tomatoes directly the currency will perish along with the fruit.

If you own 100% of a bicycle the automatic forex exchange will conveniently allow you to purchase say 10 Euro worth of tomatoes for only 8 Euro worth of bicycle, as bicycles are far less perishable than fruits.

Likewise the 8 Euro worth of bicycle could buy 4 Euro worth of gold.

People in the city can get that part of their salary in tomatoes, the part they plan to spend on food anyway. 10 Euro of fruits buys 10 Euro of other fruits quite dependably.

If you fail to trade or collect your tomatoes the money will simply perish.

When you chose to sell your bicycle (that is a registered asset) the future owner can buy 49% on the exchange and pay you in 2% in bananas or he can purchase your 51% directly, whichever is cheaper or more attractive.

If you refuse to sell your 2% the value of your bicycle as a currency also drops and you get a bad review as a trader. A better idea would be to purchase a new one with your 51% bicycle money.

You will effectively be forced into trading which will serve both to teach you and to create cash flow. The Forex application is a fair game for everyone to play. Software will be written to tailor your assets to your personal lifestyle.

If you want to take risks with perishable goods you can earn a ton of money by holding onto the tomatoes for a few hours.

If you want more certainty you can buy gold, Euro, shares or a life time supply of toilet paper.

You take a picture of that chair you are sitting in, register it and poof! You get to spend 49% of it! The desk, the computer, the phone, the coffee pot.

You would have so much money all of a sudden that it boggles the mind.

When Ebay first launched it had a lot of traders who didn’t understand why people would pay so much for their items.

That coffee pot of yours is long out of production and there is someone out there who use to own one just like that. Depending how much emotional value they have invested in it you might be willing to part with it.

If you chose to do so it will add value to everything else you own. Depending on the amount of successful trades your desk chair will be worth more than the exact same chair owned by someone else.

It may come as a shock but the way the art market works, you can simply pay someone to buy your paintings and artificially pump the value of all your works. When art traders insist they are really worth that much you have no further say in it. You should probably make some more.

More legitimately, you should make some more of that pottery, grow some more of those flowers – if that is what people want from you who are you to refuse?

If you want to own 100% of what you own and get paid in Euroes that should certainly be an option. You can hardly object to the fact that the cookie factory that employs you can afford a much higher salary if they can pay part of it in cookies. They can also arrange deals with other businesses to trade some cookies for fresh fish, tomatoes and electric razors.

They could create a highly complex package of things and pay you in exactly those currencies. The guaranteed business and cutting out all the middle men would create unbelievably efficient deals.

If you don’t want it you have to change the currencies to other coins with a slight loss and they have to sell the box to someone else thus making it even cheaper.

Someone is going to want an electric razor soon enough, you don’t have to drop your razor money offer far below the market price to change it into something else.

The system will have some quirks and some growth pains but generally everyone will have so much wealth it hardly matters.

If someone is trying to game the system, hoard some good or is trying to influence the market negatively some other way [with intend] the state can simply seize part of that property and redistribute it with or without punishment or compensation.

We are not falling for the trick of wealth being used to deprive others ever again. The response should be so harsh that one wouldn’t dare consider it.

Over time local organization will suffer the conditioning of constructive thought. We shall then give them some room to play with experimental local law making. If good ideas arise they should propagate sidewards to other towns and downwards towards regions, nation wide politics and yes, global implementation of good ideas must also follow.

They can buy our mojo and learn to be awesome just like us.

You can already start by getting over your anti-innovation indoctrination. The romans build roads and aqueducts and you, with all the tools available to you, cant even punch a dent in a pack of butter. If drinking water out of the tap was a new idea you would be against it. If solar was a new idea you would go out of your way getting in the way of it.

It has nothing to do with the topic, it is that you’ve been indoctrinated to be against everything in order to prevent society from rising up against its owners.

Of course you are also against a currency backed by tangible assets, you would prefer fiat currency and austerity every time.

You will be against it until large volumes of money start flowing though your bank account. At that point you wont dare express your negativity publicly and point and laugh at anyone who does.

You have to fight this sadistic pleasure you get from the idea Tesla was prevented from providing free electricity to everyone.

You have to wake up to the idea that the war industry is the biggest industry in the world. The idea that all of your wealth is pumped into a dead end for the purpose of hurting people.

Picture a world where your wealth, however large it might be, will be many times larger.

Now imagine yourself to be the prime actor in fighting to prevent that. If you (collectively) are the only one who can change it it automatically becomes your responsibility for not making it happen.

I have no way of knowing how far or how long ago you’ve detached yourself emotionally from the wellbeing of others, if you can still remember it or if the concept is entirely alien to you. Just remember, your comfort zone is a very small place where few exciting things happen. In stead of focusing on fear of the unknown consider that awesome things may happen. Humanity should stop being such a fearful bunch of cowards. It doesn’t look good on us. Look at all the weapons we build! HA-HA We that afraid eh? Preposterous.

Thanks for your time, may you pay a lot of taxes, good luck with the war on everything and may the force be with you!

How I would rule the Netherlands

December 26, 2014

I propose that we use our government to seize all industries without innovation, banks may borrow money from government if they want to lend money to people (rather than just create this money themselves) All types of innovation will be subsidized until there is nothing left to further develop, then the government seizure kicks in.

Then we pay each Dutch person a dividend of roughly ten thousand Euro per month, 2 thousand if you leave the Netherlands (please go away if you don’t like it here)

Then you will see what kind of economic growth that produces. Non innovative companies can leave their bags behind and go do their things elsewhere, because a trick anyone can do – anyone can do!

Private and corporate mortgages wont be paid off, you have a house or building that backs your debt, paying is nonsense. Only the difference between the debt and the value of the building has to be paid. Interest on mortgages will also be abolished.

Programming will start in primary school and drivers licenses will also become part of the basic curriculum (just like in the US) Road tax will also be abolished.

All forms of advertisement will be made illegal, on television only lectures and documentaries may be broadcasted, on university level, and peer reviewed.

Education will be free, there will even be an appropriate monthly bonus for each diploma you obtain and a similar bonus on scale for strength training and for having a good condition.

Build windmills en mass, flywheel energy storage to bridge the periods without wind, then free energy for everyone, corporate and private.

Minimum wage, social support and government health care will be abolished, you will have enough money to pay for that yourself, and if you like working so much you can do it for free.

City hall and other government buildings get party halls open 24/7, with live music, smoke and beer etc. Such nice A locations should be profitable. They make lovely coffeeshops where everyone in Europe is welcome.

Internet and telephone will be free, the self driving cab and public transport will be free too.

Then we build excessive numbers of houses to drive down the prices. Not the old fashion crap but high tech state of the art, with a little door behind which every possible order magically appears in 5 minutes.

Then, politically we will ridicule other countries, point out how silly they are. This is necessary to prevent them from doing something against our elaborate freedoms. With little effort they will be much to busy at home keeping their fairy tales alive to be able to worry about us.

There will be a holiday park for each country so that a good number of civilians can visit the Netherlands (preferably free) and see with their own eyes how fantastic we’ve organized things.

If there is some kind of issue some place then we get on our bicycle, hop in the train or take the car and go there, all together, to fix the problem. Just for the fun of it, if you don’t want to come you should stay at home with your sour face.

If people get to lazy we lower the income and introduce forced labor for everyone, 7 days per week 6 to 20:00 military time! Work until the backlog is cleared out.

For addictions one will first get many warnings but eventually you will end up in forced treatment. Nice, a month worth of sports in some park with other crybabies who also don’t have cigarettes.

There will also be a voting diploma, if you don’t know what you are talking about you should shut up and look away. If you really must vote then you can follow the course – with your fat lazy ass.

Armed with the appropriate diplomas you will take the political decisions, at home, on the computer, using the big evil internet.

I understand that you are a bit frightened by all these responsibilities, but we are going to pay you for it, after we take your fake job away from you it isn’t like you have anything better to do.

And if you want to cry, when you see that machine doing your work so much better than you ever could thats okay. Just as long as you go do something fun after that. You could for example go to school and get a real job helping with further automation, or you can go to the beach Go figure!

Je Maintiendrai !

unified apocalyptic theory

December 24, 2006

It’s far worse, people are not fools, they are sheep. The most important subjects can not even be discussed. I’m not even sure if I can myself.

Lets make the really… really…. really….. long story short…..

Only a huge invention can steer our titanic around the iceberg we are heading towards. Mankind desperately needs some incredibly efficient power source.

I don’t want to talk about theater wars, over population, global diseases, the dollar going kaput, oil running out etc wtc etc.

Second of all it’s much to upsetting and First of all it all boils down to the same thing.

Do you think we can live on this planet with 50 000 000 000 without any industry? What kind of life expectancy do the survivors have in a world of corpses? Would you want to live in that place?

I present to you the unified apocalyptic theory

First of all, we are perfectly happy it’s all going to end, it was all planed this way by ourselves.

The theory prescribes it’s better to list previous civilisations and the disasters they didn’t survive. As it is to look for an actual solution. We cant argue with the planning of our fellow man.

When we argue there is so much historical events of hightech civilizations doing the self-destructo-polonaise we have evident prove self destruction is inevitable on our side.

People who argue it isn’t so are to be made fun of. They cant come up with a shred of proof.

This makes the UAT teh supreme theory.

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What does the future of hardware have to offer?

December 13, 2005

I’m looking forward to the multi os, virtual machine chips Intel and amd are about to make for us. I figure even Windows is great for running one application in a locked down environment. Combined with flash mem it will never have to boot again. I’m trying to imagine what new crashes it will make if you don’t reboot windows for a year or so. hahaha, 1 click and you have some old system backup running, it wont be a pain.

Self healing software sounds interesting to, first we had error reports, those got better and more accurate, software learned to read between the lines to avoid errors, we got the option to shut down processes, suggestions where added to the code check (like with validating HTML). Now the real time error report is just as good as a validator but an error is still an error, a combo with the trial and error based artificial intelligence could have tremendous potential. Normally a huge number of users introduces mysterious new bugs. But with a learning and self fixing set up it can literally try out various methods to fix a bug and apply the most acceptable fix to all systems in all future cases of this bug.

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paper view

November 15, 2005

Advertising is a big industry, we can use add supported services, we can earn money by having others click on our adds, we can even earn money with viewing adds in some programs.

I like to think “free” means something sucks. I sure know great free services but if they offer a payed product it almost always is better as..

I also think the person viewing the adds is doing the work. An add powered service may appear free, in reality they earn add revenue. This may or may not be more as enough it doesn’t matter, it’s still the viewers money in the developers pocket. I figure we are old enough to buy our own things? We are more as capable to judge and pay what things cost.

Now that made me think… “What if free things could be dramatically improved by charging a small fee?”

I imagine a blog posting could cost money. 50 cent or 2 € for posting it – that would be something I could afford.

I imagine a page stuffed with advertisement would be acceptable if the viewer earns money by viewing it.

– just the 2 ideas so far would mean A Blogger has to visit 3-20 blogs to earn back his posting. I would be even more motivated to view the new posts knowing the bloggers payed to post em.

I imagine a comment could cost 10 cent? Why not? It sounds like it makes sense? no?

If a comment would cost 5 € I would expect a serious reply? If that doesn’t appear others can see how it doesn’t. Deleting a comment should return the credit to it’s owner.

Google questions works some whut like that but that community is build from people in the mood to be helped or in the mood to be payed.

For bloggers it would only present some means to be taken more seriously.

I can’t help but think that a lot of people would be happy to earn a few coins by viewing your blog. Just imagine earning 20 cents by reading this posting. That would be fun! (Google makes around 5$ for each search result you view)

Not-free could also mean getting payed for writing posts. I’ve seen programs offer 300 000 articles about almost any subject, reading those mass generated writings gave me the shivers. It was cold and death-boring content, really scary! So, I figure paying to post and earning by reading could be a formula. Greedy people can shut up and serious questions can be answered.

For example:
Say it costs 2$ per post, we only have 10 adds per page, and a page view earns 20 cent.

20 cent divided by 10 adds is 2 cent. 2$ divided by 2 cents is 100 adds.

For the add we make a short introduction of our post, possibly with a small image. Then the viewer earns 2 cent for viewing your add and makes another 20 cent by clicking it.

We are not in a hurry so the 100 adds could take a few months to run out. That way the service can create a buffer to balance out the flow.

The advertisers have already payed you 2 cent, you don’t need to click their add. Still if you want you can.

This way it would be easy to store the add-click history and make it search-able for the user.

Building a safe payment system is so hard that filtering out automated surfers before payday is relatively easy. A few simple questions like “click the green dot” will do the trick. If human verification is slow it will happen more often. Posting a comment should be proof enough of being a real person. If the cash balance is low we also ask less questions. If you earn 20 bucks per day you will have to view the pages a bit longer and click few more dots. On the other hand, a user spending more as he earns should not have to do reality check ups.

Some bloggers have far to little to eat, other bloggers have far to few readers for the size of their budget.

Sure, people will create sweat shops to read our blogs. Do we really care? I love the idea people could make a living by reading this shit I write. That would rock the banana boat.

A friend of mine called it a service for rich snobs. I think she forgot we are the rich snobs on this planet. So, lets get your fat lazy ass into the comment box and write a few words for our sweat shoppers. You are obviously not willing to pay them 2 cent each, the least you can do is make a fool out of yourselves here. 😀

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Auto Tagging, Ojos and the Rise of the Participatory Panopticon

November 10, 2005

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The Social Software Weblog points to an inspired new business idea – Ojos (not yet in beta) will auto-tag your digital photos using face and text recognition: Auto Tagging, Ojos and the Rise of the Participatory Panopticon

Yeah, mass content. We better invent some way to sort all the data. Could make a million in a lifetime. If they dont vanish on the hard disk it’s a lot more fun to make em to.

We can already add voice memos to each image. Not a bad idea to actually use that now that I think of it. First make a picture of a person then have em record a memo. Would make a nice looking blog. Text to speech is probably better raw data to auto-tag with.

I imagine we could look at a tag cloud before we see a movie one day.

Mashable Says:

Absolutely. That reminds of a comment I read somewhere: in the future, a wife turns to her husband and says “Honey, where’d we put 2012??.

My point with auto-tagging is that at some point there will be too much info to simply tag it ourselves. I’ve been using GMail a lot recently, and it does a great job of filing away mails without you having to label them at all. Of course, you could set up predefined filters on your mini video camera (if that’s what we’re all carrying in a few years time) for certain faces, places or objects, just like you can with GMail. That way your entire life would be indexing without much effort at all…

Yes, LOL google search works perfectly.

I was just creating an opera browser session. I’m going to sort my surfing in separate windows by subject.

The subject was rss tags and OPML. Of course this blog post will be a part of it.

After this one I’m going to create a window with social bookmark sites. lol

Opera also saves the state of the window toolbar set up with the session, if a session has a lot of tabs I have no need for the toolbars. Can set the tabs at the side or have something that looks like a gmail application. LOL

From a business or a collectors point of view this sorting of our life shall add tremendous value. I’m sure this blog post is as good a place as a forum or email exchange.

One day we will share our personal data and images and the web archive will crawl and backup our whole hardisk, just because they can.

Our global artilect of automatically generated linkage is also growing. We could not begin to imagine what intellectual boost it could present globally.

I’ve seen a few learning games and must honestly say I didn’t think they could make it so fun jet so educative. I’ve also spotted that tutorials are becoming more amusing by the day. Or maybe I’m just less funny as I was. hehe

we are the internet

November 10, 2005

Sure, I’m a lunatic

I do research but I develop nothing (except a few blogs ok-ok) this is giving me a really strange advantage over actual developers. To make things worse I’ve looked closer at most of their competitors and have a user perspective of their creation.

Then on one side we have young people who didn’t get a chance to see how things use to work because they didn’t exist back then (that should make sense). On the other side we have the older developers with their more static way of looking at things. Neither of those have any future in tech because the first is reinventing old shit and the second doesn’t have the energy for it.

Companies are obligated to protect their investors, this effectively means they cant make new stuff because it involves risks that investors are just not willing to take. The company can be forced by law to keep focus on recent activity’s and take things one step at a time.One step at a time means we are not able to take leaps forward of any kind.

I may rant and flame a lot at least I’m honest. The problem of not being able to digest what I say or write is all in the ear of the beholder. I will never say you’re doing great if you’re not.

We are the Internet! My blog isn’t the most popular in the world and I really don’t give a fuck. What I write can only be found here. No-one else can write what I write because I say so.

I hope you lack the brain to see the misery on this planet. If you do see it it’s effectively as much your fault as mine. You are to blame for it as much as I am.

Now WTF was that all about?

Google Microsoft yahoo etc etc they are all running after us. What we want we will get (if it’s possible) They are looking for value but cant grasp the simple things that would be the most valuable to this world. Their food needs to be pre chewed before they eat it.People are dieing all over the world and it’s not even necessary in most cases.

Bill Gates did one good deed in his life after people started to publicly hate speech and piss-pie him. He had his way to expensive advisor’s look for the best charity. It ended up in medical research.

Meanwhile Google news doesn’t have Environment news but does do Sports. Google obviously doesn’t care about any of us. WTF is health? An ego trip? It talks about bird flue, thats Environment to. Entertainment news? Are you fucking kidding? You have THE NEWS and THE ENTERTAINMENT you google freaks.

If I would make a news website I would put the Wether on it as well? huh? I didn’t invent this, people expect the weather on their news bulletin as well as changes in the ENVIRONMENT. If that doesn’t show they lack vision I don’t know what does? The rest of the site is all machine generated. They run after “what people like” blindly. Like mad man! And without care. WTF google LETS DO EAVOL? Just give us the money?

Bill Gates(our god of marketing) didn’t understand the marketing part of his own research. We all know that 95% of windows vista will be pure profit. What % of my money is going into global health care Billy? I actually don’t give a fuck about your OS it will probably suck but if it had a label “%20 of this product is used for developing medication.” I would be willing to have a look at it. I mr Bill cant get his head around that one I’m pretty sure it’s all down to crazy people like me now.

You don’t want to sell me death stick, you want to go home and re-consider your life.

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