Tag Archives: web 3.0

Transparency Network as Means of Restoring Financial Confidence

It may be that "a few bad apples" got the ball rolling on what has turned into a massive international financial disaster. Or, it may be that a few bad apples got their names in…

Conventional Hybrid Super-computer Reaches 1,000 Trillion CPS

A hybrid super-computer has reached the astounding speed of 1,000 trillion calculations per second, termed a petaflop. The Roadrunner super-computer at Los Alamos National Laboratory operates on a conventional paradigm of computational mechanics — meaning…

Zero-downtime Must Be a Standard of the Open Web

Freedom of information and the standard of net neutrality —connection providers not controlling content or access to content in any way— require that information posted online not be removed, blocked, or made unavailable to readers,…

FCC Chairman Says He Will Take Action to Prevent ISPs from Controlling Users' Activities

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will take regulatory action to prevent internet service providers (ISP) from blocking or controlling users' access to online content. The announcement came from the FCC chairman after Comcast moved to…

Relational Data, the Semantic Web & Key Security Priorities

As the population of users on the world wide web expands at still astonishing rates, and "web 2.0" —the social networking phenomenon, the integration of real open source innovation, and the free-services standard being pushed…

Da Vinci's Notebooks: Pushing the Limits of Intellectual Pursuit

The complete notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, as collected by the Project Gutenberg, are now available through Scribd iPaper, a unique new document format that allows for scrolling through book-length documents right on a static…

Ziggurat Century: Global Civilization as the New Babel, with Reason for Hope

We are living in a time of unprecedented global integration, where economies, security interests, legal systems, and languages and systems of learning have been dispersed and interwoven across the globe. There are obvious positive effects…

Openness May Be New Gold-standard for Government, Business, Technology

The open-source movement has been a revolutionary phenomenon of startling proportions. It has changed the way software works for us in our daily experience, by bringing costs down far enough that now anyone with an…

The Commons May Eventually Replace the Firewall as Security Standard

As the world acclimates to digital technology, and its usefulness in everyday life becomes increasingly relevant to how we achieve a higher quality of life, higher quality of education, and more efficient means of deploying…

Witness.org Brings Truth of Human Rights Abuse to the Eyes of the World

A revolutionary web-based social networking project, Witness.org has created a platform for delivering evidentiary video documenting human rights abuses for the collective conscience of the online world. 'The Hub', as the video sharing platform is…

Hyper-convergence of Media & Services Necessitates New Paradigm for Securing Personal Data

The potential for broad-scope "electronic agents" —preprogrammed service aggregators and self-organizing databases with proactive marketing capability—, aiding in everyday information-related activities, will require a new security standard to prevent identity theft, which could become one…

Announcing HotSpring! The new collaborative innovation initiative & brainstorming forum from Casavaria

HotSpring is a new debate and discussion forum, aimed at providing users with the flexibility to pool their resources, spout outlandish ideas, and test the ability of readers to suspend their disbelief long enough to…