[hackerspaces] #WOHW

Torrie Fischer tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Wed Apr 30 23:10:26 CEST 2014

On Wednesday, April 30, 2014 22:12:03 Federico Nicola Pecchini wrote:
> well i'm no entertainer. I mean what i say, every word. But i'm obviously
> no hacker, and my culture is superficial. that's why i'm talking with you
> guys, you are the ones that know this language. I'm asking if it's possible
> to develop 1. an app to map the transition related hashtags so to enhance
> accessibility to content to the insider communities and users and 2. use
> this hash map to crowdsource a social platform, a blockchain currency and
> internal credit incentive system, a world metagovernment system, a world
> knowledge pool database. To achieve this, we need to rethink the
> infrastructure of the infostructure( code and protocols) of the internet. i
> think the hash grid is a good intuition, look into it. Thanks for your time,
> 2014-04-30 17:23 GMT+02:00 Elger Jonker <elger.jonker at gmail.com>:

"Solve everything at once"

Ah, right, yeah. Thats actually what we're all trying to do right now! :)

> > On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 4:14 PM, Edward L Platt <ed at elplatt.com> wrote:
> >> I read the first 500 words or so, and I still have no idea what this is
> >> even about.  It sounds vaguely exciting, so I'd be really interested to
> >> see
> >> a clear explanation with a some context and definitions of terms like
> >> "WorldOpen HyperWeb."
> > 
> > This looks like generated content. It's devious in it's hype(r)ness, you
> > might feel you're missing out on something when reading this. In this way
> > it is entertaining. I would say this is one of the better arts i've seen
> > in
> > the past few weeks.
> > 
> > #SHUT UP AND TAKE MY #MONEY. #trigonimalInteractionDesign
> > #hyperconnectexahub
> > 
> > Elger
> > 
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