Shifting from extractive to additive
Let's Use Technology, Instead of Technology Using Us
“The most exciting breakthroughs of the twenty-first century will not occur because of technology, but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human.”
~ John Naisbitt, American author and public speaker
The Freedom to Thrive
Enabling Humans' Best
By organizing knowledge and solutions in a network, the human mind is freer to be at its best. People can focus more on creating new associations, learning, solving problems and collaborating with others. We use the best of technology to enable more innovation, collaboration and action toward a flourishing ecosystem.
A web experience designed to allow people to connect across place, time and chosen topic of interest will enable more of the cutting-edge solutions urgently needed in the world.
Technology that allows us to share our wisdom and benefit from the wisdom of others, at scale.
Discover your role! Start by creating a personal Compass. Or, see how you fit into various groups for collaborative action via the Tapestry.
A Revolutionary Framework
Weaving the pioneers, activists, psychologists, scientists, facilitators, curators and mappers into a collaborative effort to develop the tools for human flouishing, flow, creativity, and innovation.
These perspectives may come from those who walked a different path, speak to different facets, or come from different disciplines, yet they all resonate with a similar vibe.
This video by Tristan Harris explores the human psychology that allows big tech to control our attention, and proposes a revolutionary new agenda to create a humane future for us all.
This article in the Stanford Review shares how a robust public interest technology field can overcome historical inequities and ensure that everyone can fully benefit from technology.
Doug Engelbart's 1962 paper. that concludes: "First any possibility for improving the effective utilization of the intellectual power of society's problem solvers warrants the most serious consideration."