It seems that if you compost an internet’s worth of written knowledge, the text starts to speak back. When pushed to its extreme, literature gives birth to a renewed orality. A hyper-orality.
How does this change the internet? A handful of guesses.
In his book The Origins of Political Order, Francis Fukuyama describes a political dilemma called the bad emperor problem. Here is the bad emperor…
TLDR: we have raised a seed round to further our mission of building a decentralized commons for thought. We’re building an open protocol, and an app on…
While analyzing a global history databank spanning 10,000 years, Shin, et al found a disconcerting pattern. Civilizations scale until they are…
Imagine a notebook. It lives on your computer, and is encrypted with keys only you have access to. This notebook is designed to last decades, a…
We’ve been making a lot of headway on Noosphere the last few weeks. New contributors, progress on a Noosphere CLI, and the beginnings of the p2p petname…
Adewale Oshineye juxtaposed these two quotes in the Subconscious Discord recently: A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from…
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