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Reading Material

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:High-importance_Free_software_articles

https://sharingisliberty.wordpress.com/

http://fossilbank.wikidot.com/

http://www.theopensourceway.org/wiki/Main_Page

www.catb.org/esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1W8KksaSILLMV0TILQBWscshhFKvEAsLuXpwUdBgK17k/edit?pli=1

http://www.radicalsocialentreps.org/2012/07/open-source-currencies-on-the-rise-in-greece/

Nonprofit Networking Organizations

In NY:


Old Wiki Homepage

Welcome to the Sarapis Foundation wiki where we share unpolished information relevant to Free/Libre/Open source (FLO) projects. We love FLO because it provides us with access to our technologies source materials so we can participate in their development. Read more of our thoughts about FLO.

We've divided our work into three sections:

FLO Solutions are software, hardware, data and knowledge solutions that make their source materials accessible to anyone who wants to participate in their development.

  • BEEx is FLO grassroots fundraising software solution that we've deployed at BEEx.org
  • FLOing.org is a news aggregation and community website for people interested in participating in the free/libre/open evolution.
  • OpenImperative helps nonprofit and community organizations understand the value of FLO solutions.

FLO Spaces are physical locations that encourage participatory production practices.

  • OpenCoworking is a project to centralize and make accessible information about the world's coworking spaces. You can see some of our notes on the project at Open Coworking Library.
    • Starting a Coworking Space?
    • The OS Handbook is a living document that synthesizes coworking best practices from a variety of different sources including coworking owners, operators, users and community groups and includes original and curated business plans, financial models and investor presentations intended to help people understand, create and maintain FLO-friendly spaces.

FLO Participation are Sarapis team projects that integrate FLO solutions and FLO spaces together in ambitious ways.

  • FLO Farm is a 200+ acre FLO Space in Eastern Pennsylvania where we farm, research, craft and live using FLO principles. Check out FLOfarm.org to see what's happening on the land.
  • New Junction City is a movement to turn the Broadway Junction neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY into a hub of FLO activity.
  • FLOAmerica is a set of recommendations designed for America's unique set of challenges and traditions.

Help organize materials in our drop box.

Pages

Productivity Software

Web Browser: Firefox http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

Microsoft Office Replacement: Libre Office http://www.documentfoundation.org/

Email Management Thunderbird http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/thunderbird/

Photoshop Replacement: GIMP http://www.gimp.org/

Illustrator Replacement: Inkscape http://inkscape.org/

3D Graphics: Blender http://www.blender.org/

Web Applications

Wordpress is best for blogs http://wordpress.org/

Joomla is makes it easy to produce content sites and intranets. http://www.joomla.org/

Drupal requires more work but is more customizable. http://drupal.org/

CiviCRM is a powerful, slightly complicated constituent relationship management system: http://civicrm.org/

Software

Standard Bundle is a list of popular, useful open source tools.

OS Alternative shows you the open source alternatives to proprietary software products.

Open Source POS System

Hardware

RepRap 3d Printer and a store to buy what we need to make one.

SheevaPlug computing device

Philosophy

The Wealth of Networks Wiki is wiki "based on Yochai Benkler's book, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom."

Download and read Homesteading the Noosphere by Eric Steven Raymond - a great primer on open source and hacker culture.

"The Cleveland Model and Micromanufacturing: An Opportunity for Collaboration?" by P2P Foundation.

Mutualist Blog: Free Market Anti-Capitalism "To dissolve, submerge, and cause to disappear the political or governmental system in the economic system by reducing, simplifying, decentralizing and suppressing, one after another, all the wheels of this great machine, which is called the Government or the State. --Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution"

The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low Overhead Manifesto is a free PDF on the ramifications of open hardware.

Quirky is an open(ish) approach to product R&D.

Open Source Alliance announces it's looking to get politics.

Development Firms

DataScribe builds nonprofit websites with open source tools.

Acquia provides support to the Drupal Community

Initiatives

100k Garages "is a community of workshops with digital fabrication tools for precisely cutting, machining, drilling, or sculpting the parts for your project or product, in all kinds of materials, in a shop or garage near you."

BestPractices.org Sharing Database in Improving the Living Environment in partnership with the UN-Habitat.

Open Innovation Projects is a list of open design projects.

LibrePlanet "is a global network of free software activists organized into teams working together to help further the ideals of software freedom by advocating and contributing to free software."

Open Solutions Alliance

AdBard is an adnetwork for the FLOSS community.

Community Groups

The Coworking Google Group is a community of space owners, operators, members and enthusiasts who discuss issues pertaining to the coworking movement

HackerSpaces.org is a one stop shop for a tremendous about of information about hackerspaces including a directory of spaces and information about best practices.

Coworking.de is the German coworking community portal.

News and Thought Leadership

Emergent Research has a 'coworking lab' that focuses on monitoring the growth of the movement.

DeskMag is "the magazine about the new places we work, how they look, how they function, how they could be improved and how we work in them. We especially focus on workspaces which are home to the new breed of independent workers, such as coworking spaces, private shared studios and executive offices."

Open Software and Data Projects

The Hub's open source software projects including space management software.

Coworking Registry is a database of coworking spaces that focuses on developing a powerful APi.

Open Space Handbooks and Manuals

The Center for Social Innovation of Toronto Canada has published three pdfs about their experiences creating a space, how to create your own space and how collaborative spaces are changing in the world.

The Hub Design+Make Handbook version 1.7 is "aimed at helping Hub Design and Make Teams develop and use principles, tools and systems to conceive and navigate the project of creating a physical Hub."

The Sarapis Foundation has published financial models for a coworking space in Brooklyn, New York. One model includes a cafe, the other is just coworking space and events.

Kaan Aksay also shared a great financial model on the coworking google group that is highly geared towards the process of starting a shared office space.

Exemplary Spaces

Bucketworks in Milwaukee

Indy Hall in Philadelphia

The Cube in London

Coco Vivo in Panama

Organizing

ANTI-MASS - Methods of organisation for collectives.

Needs Sorting

Space Databases

OpenCoworking Wiki

Hackspaces Wiki

Ecovillages

Community Groups

The Coworking Google Group is a community of space owners, operators, members and enthusiasts who discuss issues pertaining to the coworking movement

HackerSpaces.org is a one stop shop for a tremendous about of information about hackerspaces including a directory of spaces and information about best practices.

Coworking.de is the German coworking community portal.

News and Thought Leadership

Emergent Research has a 'coworking lab' that focuses on monitoring the growth of the movement.

DeskMag is "the magazine about the new places we work, how they look, how they function, how they could be improved and how we work in them. We especially focus on workspaces which are home to the new breed of independent workers, such as coworking spaces, private shared studios and executive offices."

Open Software and Data Projects

The Hub's open source software projects including space management software.

Coworking Registry is a database of coworking spaces that focuses on developing a powerful APi.

Nadine is a Django web project that helps coworking space staff track and bill members, and more.

OpenCoworking is an open data platform for the coworking community. More info here.

Open Space Handbooks and Manuals

The Center for Social Innovation of Toronto Canada has published three pdfs about their experiences creating a space, how to create your own space and how collaborative spaces are changing in the world.

The Hub Design+Make Handbook version 1.7 is "aimed at helping Hub Design and Make Teams develop and use principles, tools and systems to conceive and navigate the project of creating a physical Hub."

The Sarapis Foundation has published financial models for a coworking space in Brooklyn, New York. One model includes a cafe, the other is just coworking space and events.

Kaan Aksay also shared a great financial model on the coworking google group that is highly geared towards the process of starting a shared office space.

Exemplary Spaces

Bucketworks in Milwaukee

Indy Hall in Philadelphia

The Cube in London

Coco Vivo in Panama

Practices

8 Simple Steps to Hackathon Epiphany

The Anti-Mass: Methods of Organizing for Collectives

Space Directories

The Intentional Communities Directory is part of the Intentional Communities website, a project of the Fellowship for Intentional Community (FIC). The community list is 1000s long and here.


Mark Frazier of OpenWorld

Over the years, I've been impressed by the following spectrum of reform opportunities. All can help awaken land values in distressed areas.

As long as the gains from appreciated land values go in large part to social benefit (helping fund local good causes), there may be prospects for a left-right alignment in support of the following:

1) Free and open source eGovernment modules, aimed at improving business climates in distressed areas (by simplifying business licensing, zoning, and building code approval processes)

More: http://www.openworldinstitute.org

2) Land grants -- via transfers of idle municipally-owned properties -- to endow local microscholarship funds for peer learning, online skills acquisition, and certifications

More: http://www.entrepreneurialschools.com/land-grants & http://www.entrepreneurialschools.com/microscholarships

3) Lower insurance costs via group purchase of homeowners insurance policies, with additional discounts keyed to level of progress (digitally-recorded) by neighborhood cleanup/fixup and community crime prevention initiatives

More: Stimulating Community Enterprise - a 1984 report I did for the Joint Economic Committee of US Congress (contact me if you'd like a copy)

4) Formation of charter schools and virtual ventures that vest students as equity stakeholders, with rewards and prizes linked to peer group progress

More: http://j.mp/7Z8m6w

5) Student engagement with local enterprises via work-study projects on removing barriers to their growth (see @anametheus "University of Tomorrow" talk)

http://blog.changeyourreality.com/post/858769274/a-university-of-the-future

(especially from 17:25 onward)

6) Formation of coops to lower health insurance prices via group purchase, including discounts for documented changes in diet/lifestyle (e.g. the "Safeway Plan" rewarding those who bring body mass index levels below 30)

More: http://j.mp/4Ic3a1

7) Reduction of property tax burdens on neighborhoods in step with their assumption of infrastructure/service responsibilities

More: http://j.mp/dNriG2

8) Linking of public sector salaries/pensions to the growth rate of the local/regional economy, along the lines of Singapore's 'flexiwage' system.

More: http://j.mp/gxZ6XH

Projects

IT Dashboard: The IT Dashboard is a website enabling federal agencies, industry, the general public and other stakeholders to view details of federal information technology investments -

FedSpace: FedSpace is a secure intranet and collaboration workspace for Federal employees and contractors.

Digitalizer: Danish Approach to FedSpace.

OpenCongress: Track bills, votes, people in Congress.

LittleSis: Free database of who-knows-who at the heights of business and government.

POPvox "bridges the gap between the input the public wants to provide and the information Members of Congress want and need to receive."

MetaVid: "The Open Video archive of the US Congress"

MapLight "Connect the Dots between Money and Votes"

Follow the Money "The Nation's Most Complete Resource for Information on Money in State Politics"

Open Secrets "OpenSecrets.org is your nonpartisan guide to money’s influence on U.S. elections and public policy. Whether you’re a voter, journalist, activist, student or interested citizen, use our free site to shine light on your government."

GovTrack Tracking Congress

Public=Online "“Government transparency is critical to creating a better democracy, and of highest importance in how I cast my vote. I pledge, through my sustained engagement, to hold public officials accountable for being open and transparent.”

CivicCommons "Sharing technolog for the public good."

GovHub open source repository for government.

Public.Resource.org makes bulk information from the government available like codes and court decisions.

The Open State Project collects and makes available data about state legislative activities, including bill summaries, votes, sponsorships, legislators, and committees.

"A ChangeCamp is a creative face-to-face gathering that is citizen-led, non-partisan and social web enabled

The First Earth Battalion Field Manual articulates a way for the US military to open itself up.


MuckRock is a website that helps you file, track, appeal, and eventually publish FOIA'd documents, all through a single web interface.

Organizations

Sunlight Foundation has a tremendous amount of projects with which to collaboration.

ProPublica is honest news.

BALLE is a vehicle for connecting to local businesses.

City Year is an example of a 'capacity building organization.'

Office of DC CTO is a primary mover in the open city government movement.

Code for America "Connecting city governments and Web 2.0 talent."

OpenPlans is a New York based nonprofit that helped create Open311 and other technology intensive open government projects.

Knowledge as Power: "KAP allows you to track legislation, communicate with lawmakers, and impact the laws of your state – it's quick, easy, and timely."

Open Source for America is a technology industry open source advocacy coalition.

GovLoop is a social network geared towards government employees with over 35,000+ members.

Participatory Politics Foundation is a New York based nonprofit that built OpenCongress and is working on a similar application for open city and state governments.

Development Firms

Development Seed DC - Drupal, creators of Open Atrium, a Drupal based project management system being run on GaryJohnson2012.com.

Phase Two Technology: DC - Drupal, creators of OpenPublic, a Drupal CMS distribution for federal government projects.

Bridge City Studio Portland - Drupal has a nice resources page.

CivicActions Berkeley - Drupal, CiviCRM constituent relationship management system of Drupal and Joomla.

Brattcollective.com is "a worker-owned and operated technology collective, focused on workplace democracy and promoting a democratic society while supporting like-minded businesses and organizations by providing open-source website development and consulting." They work with Aspiration Tech.

Radical Designs "is a full service web development group focused exclusively on the needs of non-profit and grassroots social change organizations."

News and Commentary

GovFresh is a news organization that "inspires government-citizen collaboration and build a more engaged democracy."

OpenGovTV "provides Open Government and Gov 2.0 News, Information & Resources for businesses, government agencies, and constituents to more effectively participate in and benefit from the emerging technologies designed to restore this nation's economy and create jobs as a result of an Open Government."

All US Government IT Projects Under Review

Denmark urges government support for open source

Open Source for America The New Government Accountability

The Case for Government Promotion of Open Source Software

Digitalisér.dk Review

Joshua Tauberer's News Aggregator

States

CivicApps Portland App Contest

Open Missouri

New York State Executive Order

Opportunities

Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is the primary registrant database for the U.S. Federal Government. CCR collects, validates, stores and disseminates data in support of agency acquisition missions. Is this the primary channel of US government communication with the private sector? If so, we need to start working with them to make APIs...

The projects that receive email funding.

Open CRS simply asks congress to make all the tax-payer funded reports of the $100m/year Congressional Research Service open and available to the tax-paying public. What is this money was allocated via open competitions?

8 Principles of Open Data

Fabrication

100k Garages "is a community of workshops with digital fabrication tools for precisely cutting, machining, drilling, or sculpting the parts for your project or product, in all kinds of materials, in a shop or garage near you."

"The Cleveland Model and Micromanufacturing: An Opportunity for Collaboration?" by P2P Foundation.

Mutualist Blog: Free Market Anti-Capitalism "To dissolve, submerge, and cause to disappear the political or governmental system in the economic system by reducing, simplifying, decentralizing and suppressing, one after another, all the wheels of this great machine, which is called the Government or the State. --Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution"

The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low Overhead Manifesto is a free PDF on the ramifications of open hardware.

The Idea: The government gives underutilized land to people who create FLO solutions for nonprofits so they can provide more services for less money to the America people.

Time Periods

  • Colonial
  • Revolution
  • Pre Civil War
  • Land Grant University Acts
  • Cooperative Extension Programs
  • World Wars
  • Post War
  • The Present

Morrell Act

Cooperative Extensions

Where can we find information about the 2900 different cooperative extension offices in the US?

-http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/USA-text.html

What big technologies have been developed and deployed through cooperative extension programs over their history? Recently?

How do cooperative extension offices relate to land-grant universities? Are they a part of the university, a university network, a statewide network?

Each U.S. state and territory has a state office at its land-grant university and a network of local or regional offices. These offices are staffed by one or more experts who provide useful, practical, and research-based information to agricultural producers, small business owners, youth, consumers, and others in rural areas and communities of all sizes.

Where does all the technology developed via cooperative extensions go? Who owns it?

What activities take place at a cooperative extension office?

Most cooperative extension offices collaborate with partners to help people and communities improve their quality of life and economic well-being. They provide educational opportunities and information grounded in research based science.

What metrics does the government use to determine success for an individual office? A university? NIFA?

Why did they change the name of the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service change it's name to the National Institute of Food and Agriculture? When did this take place? Why? What do people think about this change?

Federal Land Use

Current Breakdown of types of Federal Land (value, fertility, etc)?


What does the Federal Government do with it's land?

Government land is used mainly as military bases, testing areas, nature and wildlife reserves, Indian reservations, or commercial leasing for mining or agriculture. Federally-owned and managed public lands include national parks, national forests, and national wildlife refuges, which are held for all Americans.

What factors determine the government's use of land?

The Federal agencies responsible for managing America's natural resources must meet both the public desire to protect them and the public expectation of economic growth based on them.

How much value is federal land producing per unit?

In 2008, the U.S. collected almost $23 billion in revenues from federal oil and gas production and leases: $13 billion in royalties and $10 billion in bonus bids.

What land has the most underutilized potential?

What practices are effective with the types of land the Federal government has?

How much value are different land management practices getting per unit?

How much value could the application of these practices on federal lands create?

Potential Spaces

http://www.trulia.com/property/3043356871-527-Glenmore-Ave-Brooklyn-NY-11207

http://www.trulia.com/property/photos/3052520087-2531-Atlantic-Ave-Brooklyn-NY-11207

Affiliated Projects

345 Eldert

Hive, Bk

Coworking Space

Classes and Workshop

CSA Distribution

Art and Media Studio and Gallery

Cafe and Commercial Kitchen

Yoga and Health Center

Garden

Networks

Potential Collaborators

Center for an Urban Future "is a New York City-based think tank that fuses journalistic reporting techniques with traditional policy analysis to produce in-depth reports and workable policy solutions on the critical issues facing our cities."

http://digital-democracy.org/

Brooklyn Rescue Mission

http://www.tacticaltech.org/

http://chashama.org/locations

http://www.myrtleavenue.org/

http://greenworker.coop/website_j/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=133&Itemid=38


WorldBlu "Join thousands of companies and individuals worldwide in a groundbreaking movement to see 1 billion people working in free and democratic workplaces."

Google Fiber for Communities

Community Broadband Networks

DarknetPlan on Reddit

"Libre Linux is a secure, reliable, lightweight, and easy to use Gentoo-based LiveUSB Linux distribution intended as a communication aid in hostile environments."

OpenStack is open source software to build private and public clouds.

Software

Standard Bundle is a list of popular, useful open source tools.

OS Alternative shows you the open source alternatives to proprietary software products.

Open Source POS System

Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects.

Bazaar is a version control system that helps you track project history over time and to collaborate easily with others.

Launchpad is a software collaboration platform that provides: Bug tracking, Code hosting using Bazaar, Code reviews, Ubuntu package building and hosting, Translations, Mailing lists, Answer tracking and FAQs, Specification tracking.

DataScribe builds nonprofit websites with open source tools.

Acquia provides support to the Drupal Community

Idealware: "Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions"

Hardware

The work of Marcin Jacobowski's Open Source Ecology project and all the resources in their their wiki. Rethinking… almost everything: The Global Village Construction Set.

RepRap 3d Printer and a store to buy what we need to make one.

SheevaPlug computing device

"The 40 Fires Foundation takes an open source approach to developing energy-efficient technology." They're working on a small hydrogen-powered car.

Potenco is a human powered pull-cord electricity generator.

The open source washing machine project aims to rethink the way we wash clothes around the world, in accordance with economical, sociological, cultural and environemental aspects. Spearheaded by Bricolabs, "A distributed network for global and local development of generic infrastructures incrementally developed by communities."

Copenhagen Suborbitals is "working towards launching a human being into space."

Open Space Movement "seeks to rally public interest in space colonization through a community-driven public space venture."

Beagleboard with additional info.

AlwaysInnovating makes pretty awesome hardware devices including a netbook, smart phone, tablet combo that may or may not be awesome.

Data

Get the Data is a venue to "ask and answer data related questions."

Knowledge

Free Culture, Open Access & Open Education

100+ Online Resources That Are Transforming Education

http://opensourceschools.org.uk/

Examples of publishers making it easy to find federal funding options.

Joomla

http://www.joomschools.com/

http://people.joomla.org/groups/viewgroup/124-Joomla+for+Schools.html

http://www.coolnerd.net/2010/01/19/joomla-for-schools/

http://demotemplates.joomlashack.com/school/

http://www.nesd1.org/

Drupal

http://drupal.org/node/22523

The Pedagogy of Drupal: http://drupalschools.net/

http://groups.drupal.org/drupal-k-12-schools

http://opensourceschools.org.uk/drupal.html

http://flossed.org/taxonomy/term/161

http://drupalschools.net/content/case-study-presentation-design-4-drupal-mit

http://www.brightlemon.com/blog/drupal-development-plan-international-schools-link-web-site

Philosophy

The Wealth of Networks Wiki is wiki "based on Yochai Benkler's book, The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom."

Download and read Homesteading the Noosphere by Eric Steven Raymond - a great primer on open source and hacker culture.

"The Cleveland Model and Micromanufacturing: An Opportunity for Collaboration?" by P2P Foundation.

Mutualist Blog: Free Market Anti-Capitalism "To dissolve, submerge, and cause to disappear the political or governmental system in the economic system by reducing, simplifying, decentralizing and suppressing, one after another, all the wheels of this great machine, which is called the Government or the State. --Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution"

The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low Overhead Manifesto is a free PDF on the ramifications of open hardware.

Quirky is an open(ish) approach to product R&D.

Open Source Alliance announces it's looking to get politics.

Initiatives

100k Garages "is a community of workshops with digital fabrication tools for precisely cutting, machining, drilling, or sculpting the parts for your project or product, in all kinds of materials, in a shop or garage near you."

BestPractices.org Sharing Database in Improving the Living Environment in partnership with the UN-Habitat.

Open Innovation Projects is a list of open design projects.

LibrePlanet "is a global network of free software activists organized into teams working together to help further the ideals of software freedom by advocating and contributing to free software."

Open Solutions Alliance

AdBard is an adnetwork for the FLOSS community.


New York

"The Center for the Study of Brooklyn at Brooklyn College is pleased to introduce our new web-based directory of over 1,000 Brooklyn-based community organizations and institutions."

NYCWiki is a NY focused wiki created by Wikimedia New York City, the New York Chapter of the Internet Society, Connecting.nyc Inc.

Quotes

"More consumers create more problems. More participants create more solutions. It's that simple.

The Sarapis Foundation believes that access to technology is a human right and that the only way we can secure this right is by creating an entire ecosystem of FLO technologies people can use to create wealth and wellness for themselves and their communities.

Our reward for achieving this ambitious objective is nothing less than the abundance that becomes possible when everyone can participate in a networked society." (http://www.sarapisfoundation.org/)

Random

How can we use open-sourced technology to mitigate purchases for common, simple products?


Not all of these ideas necessarily relate to the major questions poised, but rather they tend to lead into and inspire each other.


Drupal

1) Healthcare - upload patient records onto CMS's that's used by hospital networks

2) Schools - managing grades, times, events, files, etc.

  • Revising University CMS, such as Blackboard which costs thousands of dollars a year

3) Veterans networking website

4) Homeless shelters negotiating needs

5) Nonprofit food/shelter organizations communicating about needs

6) Organizing taxes and tax return forms for governments

7) Managing parks around the country

8) Cities, government websites

  • Tourism - Build a central platform for tourism websites, perhaps using the [NFT model]

9) Public Transit Info

  • Organizing schedules, train arrivals, logistics
  • Put wireless networks in buses, tunnels, trains, tracks in order to communicate instantly

10) News media

11) Employee logistics

  • Clocking in hours
  • Using a touchscreen to clock-in
  • Clock-in's can immediately be mapped onto a spreadsheet
    • Employers no longer have to deal with data entry, but data manipulation


This reminded me of a phrase, "Less tech, more human"


Twitter for Companies

Instead of tedious one-sentence emails, have sound-bites delivered instantly

  • Removes dependence on IM programs or conference calls
    • Perhaps there are open source programs for IM and Conference Calling


I decided to sharpen my focus a little:


Why do organizations need to pay developers/professionals to personalize their product and train their employees?

There is no reason to train your employees in things that don't directly relates to your organization.

  • Less tech, more human

1) Open-source projects of open-source projects

  • Make a project to simplify Drupal
  • Make a project to specify Drupal
    • Drupal for education
    • Drupal for healthcare

2) Hire firms to streamline them

3) Make simple instruction manuals

4) How-to pages

5) Videos

6) Ready-made versions

7) Simple-English

8) Simple Content Management : Simple English meets How-to

People record and file data abstractly - NO ONE knows how to properly organize. Although it is natural for us to record information in our brains, we never consciously organize it because our brains do it for us.

  • Why should people organize? Let them do their jobs

We can write software that allows people to abstractly record information, but it automatically organizes it.

  • No more hiring temporary professionals
  • No more training periods

Also Unorganized

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