The Human-Human Interface

Growth in Internet Connections – Update from 10 years Ago

Network Infrastructure for the Neurosphere

As expected.
2005 – 15% of world population connected to internet

2015 – 42%.

FireChat as self organizing (auto poetic) neural connection

Network Infrastructure for the Neurosphere

When users are connected to the internet, FireChat works like any other messaging app. But when the signal is weak or absent, it comes into its own, using Bluetooth or Wi-fi to bounce messages between phones until it can find an internet connection and be whisked off to its intended recipient.

World Population Day

Wholeness and Virtual Communities

one of my theories is when population hits 10 billion (forecast to be in 2050), emergent global brain events will begin to occur.

Brain Computer Interface experiment

Personal Infrastructure

Looks like a unique opportunity to add more granularity to early BCI studies.

The Signature of Humanity

The World Right Now

From MIT Senseable City Lab. Visualizing Internet data traffic, but what does it say about collective mental activity?

Pop Song – Alone/Together

Wholeness and Virtual Communities

All my fake friends and all of their noise, complain about work
They’re studying business, I study the floor, and you haven’t stopped smoking all night.

Maybe the Internet raised us, or maybe people are jerks.


A World Alone

The Internet of Fungus

Wholeness and Virtual Communities

“By linking to the fungal network they can help out their neighbours by sharing nutrients and information – or sabotage unwelcome plants by spreading toxic chemicals through the network.”


The World Right Now

“Weathercloud is road weather intelligence.” This one resonates in Colorado, land of microclimates.

Flo is in Your Car

Personal Infrastructure

An awareness module, with a business model and creepy undertones, but still.

RFID as common as Barcodes – we’ll be swimming in RF waves

Personal Infrastructure

“To replace barcodes, RFID tags will need to cost a penny or less. But Cho says this should be achievable if all the layers on a tag can be deposited with a roll-to-roll process”