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Forking Humanity by incenting social architects to maximize Generative Governance (starting with crypto)
Numbers are necessary, but not sufficient, for robust multi-dimensional decisions
The Big Question, Data Ownership Edition: how to honor individuality without sacrificing community?
Can we create a culture that is easy to fork while still preserving a culture of forking?
Taming the elephant to create trustworthy data for better decisions
How to create a global culture that responsibly empowers local innovation for greater humanity
Perhaps all we need to fork humanity is a community devoted to publicly and authentically documenting every decision
Can reducing information asymmetry via cryptographic security cure what ails both capitalism and socialism?
With special guest David G, Bruce brainstorms ideas for how to move the needle
Bruce imagines both living and building his vision of semi-autonomous humane communities
Bruce explores his feelings as he begins the six-week Zig Zag Project
Bruce strike out on his own to find his voice and community, with help from SubStack and crypto-currency
Apple and Next Engineers and Developers reminisce about the launch of Mac OS X 10.0 on March 24th, 2001
In the Season 2 Finale, Bruce launches out on his quest to build art that can inspire generations
Bruce explains his multi-generational vision, which Prabhakar sees as more for an Artist than an Entrepreneur
How do balance the tension between moral principles, local autonomy, and large-scale collaboration
How do reconcile society's need for shared principles with individual's needs for authenticity?
The Ernests shift from theory to practice, as they dissect Bruce's recent impassioned Facebook post
Can we build a system to create moral authority without requiring the illusion of moral superiority?