Web 3.0: Debunking the Open Source Myth

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We have all been had.  There are thousands of companies out there  telling us our content has no monetary value and then using our sweat to make billions on advertising and claiming they are benevolently providing us a service.  THERE IS NO BENEVOLENCE ONLY BUSINESS.

Every post you put on the web has value.  Every keystroke, every mouse click has value.  Corporations are using it to advertise, analyze markets, sell to you.  YOU SHOULD HAVE A PIECE OF THE MONETARY PIE.

The problem is not technology.  Sending payment to everyone is damned easy.  The problem is middle men.  MIDDLE MEN MAKE THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING ARTIFICIALLY HIGH.

We can all profit.  Everything we do has worth.  We can charge for everything.  Everytime someone looks at our content we can profit.  DEAL DIRECT TO LOWER THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING, DON’T GIVE YOUR WORK AND CONTENT AWAY FOR FREE.  THE WEBSITES DON’T.  THE CARRIERS DON’T.

You have worth.  You have value.  YOU MUST BE PAID WHEN YOUR CONTENT IS DISPLAYED.

Stop being a Tube.  Stop being a Twit.  Stop being a Face.  Stop being a Space.  Stop Digging.  Stop Gurgling.  You are not children any more.  YOU ARE THE KEY.  ENJOY CAPITALISM.  DEMAND PAYMENT.

There is a Fair Global Price for everything and it is not Open Source.  THE COMMONS WILL ALWAYS BE A TRAGEDY.

ONE WORLD, FIRST WORLD.

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COA: Change Oriented Architecture

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The problem of this decade is the information technology platform. We have to switch to scale-free networks and abandon tabular lattice networks. It isn’t SOA that we need, it’s Change Oriented Architecture (COA).

I highly recommend rejecting Larry Ellison’s Oracle Relational Database and Sun’s MySQL and adopting Simon Williams’ Sentences Associational Database at lazysoft.com which provides a schema and interface you can completely change on the fly.  No data loss, no null values, no normalization.  The lazy developer is the efficient developer.

When the Board of Directors says “Change!” the CIO can say “Immediately!”

And have you ever heard of “Hyperbolic Data”?  Sentences can do it easily and dynamically.  Click on the image to learn more:

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