260 Years of First & Last Chances of Man and Machine
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EE: Back in dad's teenage diary as navigator Allied Bomber Command Burma, a day headed ROM meant a friend's flight went missing. In 2023 ROM is politest term we can use for failure to help youth celebrate 73 years of research with von neumann on only good tech can save our species, and 36 years of world class brands architecture research round biggest decison makers started 1988 when dad restored from The Economist: on how bad media can destroy millennials futures. From the last articles we influenced in The Economist Trust has been the exponentially missing metric. Thanks to a chat with Von Neumann's daughter (who's advances for humanity would her dad have trusted most 2025-1950? EconomistDiary.com is launching a game Architect of Intelligence. Dare you play the most urgent cooperation game in sustainability goals hi-tech-trust-touch world?
ED dedication : To Architects Fazle Abed & Steve Jobs -who convened silicon valley's 65 birthday to Abed in 2001 giving 7 years of design foresight to why mobile digital network not seen in his 1984 launch of PC networking
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|ED soon after 2010 death of Von Neumann's first journalist of Architect Intelligence The Japan Ambassador to bangladesh hosted 2 brainstorming sessions- since 2001 Steve Jobs and Fazle Abed had united their support of net generations futures : would a moon of the top 30 cooperations visioned by 1billiongirls help bridge human intel until Steve Jobs gift of a university in phone (iphone 2007) might renew interest in man made engines blending human intelligence ... EconomistLearning.com from 2009 stanford's fei-fei li began the new entrereneurial revolution of pretraining computer visiosn (in about 10 different ways from science games deepmind, to 1000language games LLM , to object recognition of autonomous cars are ever needed, to nlp to literature veviews in real time of very covid publication to 2019 stanford hai inviting every human discipline grads spend time on to HAI ,,,,as pretraining of humans rose to 2015 hopes were that high that it was time to declare 17 cooperation dev goals and roadmapping of UN2 comprised of dynamic subystems of above zero-sum human networking. Bangladesh as deepest place branding of SDG5 celebrates being 52 years young in 2023 the 265th year of smithian moral sentiments at Abed's Alma mater Glasgow Universiity. Supporting hi-tech hi-trust Asian place winners include: singapore 2023; hong kong (22.1 Place winners 22.22022 ... Thailand2021 ..) . Abed was not just a world class civil engineer; he dedicated half a century until his death in December 2019 as servant leader. Aligned by HG Wells bon mots: civilisation is a race between education and catastrophe, Abed Bhai preferred to be seen as host of microeducationsummit not financiers summits: his gravitation purpose of 30 women empowered cooperations that of united refugees, villagers and civil societies in ENDING POVERTY.||Fortunately for the worlds poorest new nation Bangaldesh 1971- Abed had networks like no other community leader. HIs friends' coop roadmapping reached out to intel vitalised by at least a billion village mothers in tropical inland asia where, a third of infants were dying of diarrhea before Abed's person to person networking became the best news ever chatted. Fro mid 1950s studies in Glasgow he spent nearly 13 years growing to be Royal Dutch Shell Oil Company's regional CEO. So his lifetime searches uniquely capitalised on what UK and Dutch Royal Societies (soon Japan Royals too) knew how to help end the poverty their colonial era had up to 1945 trapped the majority of humans world trade in. Simply put most Asian coastal belts link national borders defined by what these < a href="http://www.kc3.dev">3 kingdoms designed in to trading barriers over nearly half millennium. And which had made the English language that of world class engineering (digital age as well as pre-digital) So by 1970s these nations royal societies (including londons arts green-geographical, medicinie, science, architects ...) were happy that a grounded movement could link them into what they didnt fully know culturally or consciously. From 1970 on Abed linked in global village mapping like no one else - through these relationships and by designing business microfrachises not charity wherever possible for village women to own. To study with abed alumni is to join in the world's most cooperative empowering women movements for good as well as of childrens development.|
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Our Definition of Ending Poverty - a world designed so that each next girl or boy born has a good chance at life- in turn this means every community is designed to sustain this goal
History distributed life opportunities very unevenly geographically- even as President Kennedy declared the 1960s goal of racing to the moon - the majority of peoples lived in rural areas without access to electricity and with life expectancies over 20 years below
Once you know that it should be no surprise that the entrepreneurship's number 1 university partnership of last mile health is closely related to partnering universities in ending poverty; ...
The main ways a billion village women in Asia ended poverty were through microfranchises :
replicating last mile rice production where knowledge linked ti alumni of borlaug increases village productivity several fold
designing last mile health services in bangladesh over 100000 village others made positive cashflow by doordashing 10 non prescription medical items; each mother had a route of 300 homes to visit weekly; over time she because the most trusted person for medical news such as when to get vaccinated
It wasnt until 1996 solar and mobile partners came to villages that village networking could be anything other than person to person; after that both internet and university could be designed to both connect partners COLLAB platforms and both microfranchise specifications and deeper research - see these 36 collaborations which have turned brac into both the largest ngo partnership and the number 1 universities of 1 early childhood play, 2 last mile medicine, 3 ultra poor financials services...download one page guide
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Between founding in 1843 to 1990 The London Economist overarching editorial purpose was mediating end of poverty.Its sub-editor Norman Macrae 1947-1988 was also biographer of John Von Neumann and advanced the logic of The Economist December 1976 that designing every community as a thriving place to ne born into would need bottom-up transformation in which biggest corporates and governments were likely to pose the greatest compound risks to the 21st C celebrating the first sustainability generation
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Wednesday, September 29, 2021
is anyone's knowhow more important to sustainability generation than the late great fazle abed? download this 1 page document to tour 36 collaboration networks he and a billion poorest women developed over half a century- use our 36 index system to linkin who's working on solutions he would celebrate
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Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Chapter 3 Core to nation building of Bangladesh's fisrt 50 years was raising life expectancy from 25 below to close to world norms through maximising last mile health service capacity with collaboration focus on affordable life-shaping solutions for infants and mothers
While the new nation of Bangladesh wasnot known for world class inventions in 1971, it did have one medical solution that would rock the world of pediatrics. In poor tropical (humid) nations up to a third of infants die of diarrhea. If a mother knows (Oral Hydration) how to mix boiled water, sugar and salt in correct proportions she can save her infants life. While this invention was discovered in the East Pakisan cholera lab, nobody had found a way to market a potentially zero-cost cure. The networking of this across the whole rural nation of Bangladesh and over to China was to be what the first 3 head office employees of brac found partners to action network principally Unicef’s James Grant who was overjoyed both to fund brac’s nationwide oral rehydration educational campaign to every village mother and make his own life’s work that of storytelling OR to every developing nation leader.During brac’s first 14 years Abed's focus was designing business microfranchises; accepting a huge grant like UNICEF’s was the exception. The opportunity from brac wining the un year of the child competition and it was what extended brac’s rural womens networking from the 100000 person metavillage (see chapter 5) to practically the whole rural nation. Almost as miraculous as Oral Rehydration is the first health service microfranchise Abed designed – a sort of doordash of 12 non prescription medicines franchised as a weekly visit to 300 homes per village mother making a living as a para-health servant. This also led to these mothers (which grew into 80000 village businees-women) being the most trusted guide to all sorts of health happenings. Read on - chapter 3 coming soon
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Chapter 4 Education designed to value's the (girl/boy) child's life, love of self, collaborative teamwork, communal dignity of everyone as an action learner and livelihood co-creator
Most of 21st Century brac’s hundred thousand people are skills trainers distributed across rural Bangladesh who value Paulo Freire culture of service learning -indeed St Francis’ quest that female followers practice community health servants and male followers celebrate being nature’s deepest connectors; of course, here are a few engineers too; but I can’t remember having met a bureaucrat in the organization that Abed facilitated. Nowhere is data deeper than when you ensure you are always searching out what the poorest need to be included in the future
Frankly speaking the foundation of brac around skills trainers started from Abed’s biggest mistake. As one of Asia’s leading young engineers, in 1972 he used his life savings to build 15000 homes for 100000 people whose region had been flattened by the war of independence. Bangladesh is a crowded nation but in other ways Abed’s metavillage 5.1 was one of the most disconnected space in the tropics. No electricity, no engines of any kind. No sooner than this was built than Abed found dozens of women were dying each week of starvation; scores on infants were dying from dehydration. The desperate “educational” need was to develop business micro franchises in food production and last mile health services- and to train village mothers to operate these with positive cash flows however small but compounding positively
Thus 4.1 WOMENS LIVELIHOOD TRAINING – Through microfranchise design 1.1 and training village mothers’ productive community building to end poverty and actioning sustainability goals started what has become civil society’s most collaborative and largest 21st C partnership network
Bangladesh was born 8th largest and poorest nation 90% rural ie villagers without access to electricity. So women empowered action learning networks were all person to person. About 15 years into Bangladesh’s development village mothers could afford to demand village schooling for their children.
4.2 PRIMARY Brac built the largest non-government primary school system – over 40000 one room schools in little more than a decade. Village mothers operated these schools using brac’s own learning materials. Above all Abed designed in a loving environment for kids t experience but at age 11 moist outperformed city schools run by the government. Designing many children’s only 6 years of learning made it important to add in “missing curricula”: financial literacy is paractised at 2nd grade onwards; because brac village mothers deliver most of the last mile health services, health and safety practices are bult into the culture of being a brac student.
4.3 PARTNERS IN SECONDARY – GIRLS JOBS APPRENTICESHIPS PLUS. For various reasons including millennium goals focus on primary schools, Abed could not assemble funds fordesigning secondary schools. Instead he built mainly girls apprentice clubs to partner libaries as well as secondary school scholarships. Brac’s community culture maximised livelihood support for children/families that it linkedin
4.4 UNIVERSITY. 1996: In the second quarter of a century of Brac and Abed’s work tech partners in the form of solar, mobile started to come to the villages. Abed started up brac university. Everything brac and village women empowered networks could be updated there, and much more including the request probably first made by Mrs Stave Jobs that Abed work out which of Bangladesh women’s solutions could be extended to other countries. So, while the university aimed to be sustainability’s best national university, abed wanted to design solutions that graduates of collaborative sdg universities could apply the world over.
4.5 ECP. Early Childhood Playschools were a gap in education all over the world. So, brac university offered Asia’s first masters in ECP. Giving children the earliest experience of a loving space to developm has special advantages in places brac works from the poorest villages to refugee situations. Partners in Early Childhood Playschools can bring world class psychological inputs; and indeed, clarify why brain science supports action learning as the most effective method in so many skills from arts to computer coding to microentrepreneurship.
4.6 Luminaries of Education, Collaboration and Urgent Sustainability Generation. Anything humanity doesn’t yet know how to do- including living sustainably with nature- can only be massively solvable by Education. Before he died, Abed passed on the idea if education luminaries to Hong Kong and tech billionaire Charles Yidan and his newly emerging 4-hemispher education foundation: Yidan Prize & Yidan Luminaries. Luminaries connect practitioners if education with practitioners of anything that can be a solution youth need to be the first SD Generation. each year as well as celebrating new prize winners, luminaries are connecting 4-hemisphere stages for celebrating advances of 360 degree education – today and discipline including tech wizards can positively interact with bringing up the younger half of the world as first SDG generation. For example, Yidan’s director of partnerships is also entrepreneur in residence at Stanford. From Bangladesh to Hong Kong to Stanford to Cambridges (Boston and England) to Oxford to Wuhan let girls and boys joy of co-creating shine.
Chapter 5 - Designing Sustainability's 6 Decades of Collaboration Platforms Sustaining Women Empowered Community
Chapter 5 Designing meta-partnerships for community’s most exciting collaborations in sustainability
Synopsis Goal 5 Partner collaborations with Abed’s Billion Community ABC: NEWS – New Economics Womens Sustainability
If you were privileged to be a fly on the wall in any of the 50 years that Asia’s leading young oil company engineer (Fazle Abed) turned to suppirting village women end extreme poverty (starting 1970- cyclone kills million people around Fazle Abed ; 20th dec 2019 Abed’s last day on earth) you would have heard future debates on who in the world would join us in not just relieving this urgent crisis but empowering women to develop sustainable futures for their next generation
Over the half century, we identify these as 6 most exciting compasses (each multiplying development possibilities) which Abed as Moral Engineer invited partners to co-create -The Economist's 1970s entrepreneurial revolution quest in Abed's case so that a billion poorest women agented the end of poverty (apart from preventing extinction of all of us - the greatest miracle any economist will ever get a window into)
5.1 100000 personmetavillage – as far away from the first 210 years of humans and machines as you could find on earth in 1972. (Building 15000 homes with his life’s savings was in one sense Abed’s biggest mistake-- no sooner than this community was built than he found dozens of village mothers dying of famine in the village pathways each week – why hadn’t he focused first on the action learning challenge of designing village mothers’ micro franchises of food security and last mile health services – each day he failed to attract sustainable investment partners was a death trap for a few more village mothers)
5.2 Billion Girls Collabnetworking Fortunately the same sense of urgency was going on in tropical village China when women were also being told they were now responsible for equaling male productivity. The most exciting micro franchise swaps started – Chinese mothers wanted to learn oral rehydration, the Chinese had the rice seed most closely adapted to Bangladesh’s most unusual seasons/ecologies. Every entrepreneurial compass to end poverty was worth experimentally swapping apart from financing which for obvious reasons had different sources – compass 2 agricultural food security, compass 3 last mile health, compass 4 skills education, compass 5 100% women inclusion in village productivity. Extraordinarily 25 years before the UN declared sustainability development goals a billion Asian women knew what their life’s work needed to be adapted round!
5.3 Brac Internet -giant leap for rural girl-kind– 1996 saw bracnet brought by Japanese and Silicon Valley partners
5.4 Brac & Asia's 100 SDG University Partnership -What a double leap for mother earth – 2001 Abed partners start Asian's new university movement –aimed at attracting the world of researchers and data mapping most linked to the bottom 2 billion women and mens development. In launching a University in Dhaka in 2001 , Brac was also seeking collaborations wherever universities wanted their new graduates to scale up local worldwide solutions (see eg early childhood schools or ultra poverty graduation) that 50 million or more people urgently needed to get back onto sustainability orbits. The 21st C had commenced with Abed feeling a double sense pressure – he could see new tech accelerating impacts in Bangladesh that put brac in a business race to complete nationwide value chains but Mrs Steve Jobs had also asked him at a millennial goals party: why don’t you serve/share your goal's solutions with the rest of women's world? Sustainability world's most collaborative universities was to be the way to keep this intergenerational and inter-hemisphere commitment practical.
5.5 Climate smart-adaptability village networks- we talk a lot about sustainability smart city exchanges and heck do we need deep trust in mediating that – but don’t forget village women worlds also needs to travel through the last decade when preventing extinction is possible
5.6 zoom my last chances up scotty- perhaps there is poetic climate justice that the 260th year of what the heck did Glasgow start up around machines became a blended mediation where at least as much was being innovated in borderless zooms as the leaders thrones physically situated in Glasgow – the greatest human interest story continues at ecop26.com and where are you linking in from
Friday, August 27, 2021
- Chapter 2 Ending famine with village agriculture and 100% employment of women geared to community building and celebrating nation's market/entrepreneurial advantages
Through the third quarter of the 20th century, famine was the biggest killer of Bangladeshi and Chinese people.
Fortunately solutions to ending famine in Asia had been demonstrated during the extraordinary peacemaking umbrella Americans had provided to the three far north eastern islands and peninsulars after world war 2.
KNOWHOW NETWORK SAVING THIRD OF WORLD LIVES- BORLAUGS GREEN REVOLUTION. By 1960, Alumni of Borlaug had shown that Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese people could produce up to ten times more rice locally than had been historically understood. The 1960s was decade that Abed had become a rising Asian star at the Anglo-Dutch Shell Oil company, So Abed could easily find out where this green revolution was advancing across Asia.
Whilst many of the innovations Abed designed into village businesses took extraordinary entrepreneurial creativity, the first business microfranchises he designed for village mothers (in the 100000 person metavillage he had built in 1972 -(see chapter 5) tapped into thie obvious urgent need for local food security actionable by choosing relevant local adaptation.
Bangladesh’s tropical part of the Asan continent is not an exact enough match for rice productivity with the far (north) eastern places that had already succeeded with Borlaug-type seed customisation. The nearest successful adaptation had been made by tropical Chinese villagers. They were only too happy to swap their knowhow on how to end starvation with Bangladesh’s knowhow on oral rehydration (see chapter 3).
It's fascinating to see Abed’s sequential rollout of women-villager led markets – from rice to veggies for vitamins infants need not to stunt, to his first wife’s passion (Aravind) for village crafts including agriculture of silk cultivation targeted at gaining revenues from rich citizens, to what has become 14 value chains that 21st C brac enterprise lead nationally so village mothers are included in sustainable entrepreneurship. Of course other least developed nations may gain from a different profile of which agricultural markets to integrate around rural communities – but question – do you know of any other developing nations that has generated over half a century such purposefully matched agricultural development by and for rural families? Why or why not?
Footnote in 2020s Bangladesh has 3 main ways of earning foreign currency:
All three Bangladesh trades exist today because of empowering rural women to hold up half the sky. If economics is a moral let alone an exponentially sustainable profession it should demand truth in understanding how miracles of extreme poverty happened. We can learn from how both Bangladesh and Chinese women were the secret sauce of the greatest human development in history. We shouldn't be surprised that female villagers were loving enough to thank their networking connectors for sharing what life critical bottom-up solutions worked. The sources of finance were completely different. The Asset bases of the nations incomparably different. The mechanisms that changed women's role from breeding to business entrepreneurship were different. But in these extinction-prevention 2020s fake studies of clues we have to human sustainability will compound crises at every national border. The older half of the world bares an extreme responsibility for stopping ideology traps from destroying the younger half of our species. This was one reason why Abed's favorite topic of conversation in the 12 years 50 friends and I were lucky enough to study brac's future history was the collaboration of 100 Asian universities 95.4) whose graduates transparent connectivity would be crucial to diversity mapping- we get one dccade where human and artificial intel comes together: lets make sure the bottom up foundations of that mimic nature not manmade power games.
Saturday, July 31, 2021
-i am just from diaspora scot family tree and a mathematician :MA stats DAMTP Cambridge 1973. Corpus Christi with a focus on can we turn poor media and schools good; somewhere 100 times multipliers every decade of digital intelligence blended with humans exponentially determine all our futures -whilst my dad became von neumann's biographer and Economist generation NET (Neumann Eistein Turing) future history correspondent since 1951- my abilities are minor accept that worldclassbrands and universityofstars and worldclassLLM associates and i can usually go through data a board or vice chancellor says it has and work out whether it can actually see its unique purpose/consequences and partnership choices -in 1989 i invented/published genre brand architecture to mediate this specific system mapping skill- over 20 years ago i worked during most of 1990s at price waterhouse coopers trying to design maths of an opposite hi-trust or goodwill audit to 90 day monetary extraction ; while we found the maths the profession did not accept a 2nd audit; I expect your typical big finance clients wouldn't want me though i know various shades of chartered accounting groups who meet in new york to look at whether eg ai will suddenly change transparency of every biggest decision maker - if so who will be left on the goodwill exponential side side; accidentally i also worked fir 3 of the 5 biggest western ad agencies - in 1999 i was asked to review top 50 interviews of people then at arthur andersen- my valuation model said they would be worthless unless they changed but the agency wanted to sell in a 50 million dollar redesign of global corporate logo so my work was snuffed!
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i tend to roam from glasgow (adam smith schiolar/ethics journals of new economics and social business and affirdable community health maps and water angels risk foresight network) to washington dc though wherever I can find space to share pro-youth visions i'd like to be near stanford or near UN or in any of heh asian cities that 60 trips since 1982 took me to starting with a decade unilever indonesia and other muslim womens markets for good
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|hello i am Chris Macrae Dip Stats DAMTP Cambridge , a diaspora scot, septogenerian; i have mainly resided since 1997 in DC region where my daughter was born-I feel my best professional work has been done over 60 trips to asia where from my first journey in 1982, i was privileged to be involved in Harvard/Mit modeling of some of Unilever's largest ever national brand launches- starting with indonesia - allunilver projects apart from Japan were about needs of muslim mothers - lence my linked in handle unwomens and newsletter ed3envoyun.com |
Miraculously south asian village mothers scaled aid2.0 and shared this with energy 0f 1billiongirls.com ; it turned out were the deepest person to person networkers collaborating around life critical knowhow and desing microfranchise businesses for good -the generation from early teens up in 1972 ended extreme poverty of inland village families (taht mainly the English Empire had left out in designing the world around trading tea and which somehow the UN didn't really see until partners coordinated by Quadir family brought Bangla solar and mobile to late 1990s)
across tropical asia where eg half of all infants used to die from 2 lack of access to 2 solutions - mass innoculation and oral rehydration) -both of these were educational chalenges the wolutiosn wre very ow cost - oral rehydration depends on mixing boiled water sugar and salt in corectly recipe amounts) i have been on the net since 1994 when i published book on leading the most purposeful oragsaiytiosn or networks in the word; i have kept discussions going around same email email@example.com though many webs i volunteered co-editing eg eu knowledgeboard emotional intelligence were taken down very suddenly for reasons never explained to the volunteers (well i was told in 2004 that politicians gave us research on trust auditing because they fet their publics were not interested; they would revis this if 3 european enrins hapened in same year; by 2008 when subprime multipled even more damage than 3 enrons politivcal musical chairs hd forgotten their promise and si it was when web3/wifi was launcehd out of swizeralnd in 2009 digital media 2.0 was no more deeply human than digita 1.0 in its massive rush among 6 big western organsiations to suck up the most data (firtuantely there was another branch of humans designing Architecture of Intel
|while i believe we face extinction if we dont connect UN goals now it has to be noted that in terms of poulation, locations of UN were chosen in very uneven geo-locations; thailand doesnt seem to me the most naural place to seve asia's two thirds of humanity in spite of its choice in 1947 (Bard SAYS) to host a United Nations (UN) office. The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)|
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2016 Antonio Guterres OR Jim Kim OR Fazle Abed OR Steve Jobs (3 of these people design frabcsucan serice in every co-worker - the foutrh hist fazle abed 65th birthday party in 2001 -setc=ve wanted his last gtreat invention to celebrate deepest human connections of digital tech in ways that steve jobs1.0 the pc hadn't quite done).By the way if you wish to substitute Dr Yunus - see goirlsworldbank before you join our diary yunusmooc.com (it took me 16 trips to undersatnd both of these amale angels contributions to poorest asians developing nations- if you love storytellers start with yunus; if you are trying to understand replicable community solutions thats why I got so cheered up after my aftehrs death when japan ambassador to bangaldesh invited me to listen to fazle abed's 65th birthday party wished hoisted by steve jobs family - they both committed to connectnggraduate age studenst to build futures that elders with minds designed by expoentual lower trajectirues literally cant inagine designing cooperation around exp videos 2008 2016 2020
The NET my afther Norman soent a yera 1951 seconded to NYPrinceton by The eEonomist to pretrain with Neumann and his friend Einstein Turing -what had they invenetd - which were the SWOT (especially expoential Opportunities/Threats) of their legacy - neumann boiled this dow to 4 cupport UN with all of its crises; celebrate the most human energy scientists; celebrate digital engineers linked to9 deepest needs of communities; design win-win maps of trade
Dad had spoent his lst dys as a teenager so Neumann's questions echoed with his understanding of adam smith and a condition of dad's employment at The Economist was he passd an iq test on the centenary biography if the purpose started 1943 by founder of The economist Janes Wilson and his 20something female supporter Queen Victoria -c ould emoire be transfomred into commonwealth
Its importamt to understand a handful of englisg words - artificial when applied to engines means man made - it was first coined in this sense in earky 19th century when brits who had designed engines to amplify physical power asked could engines be designed to amplify analytical power; by 1865 physical power included trasportaiin powere meaning cities would become expoenetialllly more populous than rural and lectricity had somehow becomin a bridge - it powred physical engines; it supported architeccts desin interconnectin cities; and it gave birth to the first worldwide communications scetir the telegraph; frm 1865 switezerland became the epicentre of mass coooperation/coms industries which turned out to be both good and bad (2 world wars); if this is where humans had got to in designing machines there was a very serious chalenge to mediat - which von neumann called the survey of what good will people unite when accessing at least 100 times more tech per decade; by 1965 that was 100*100 perdecade for the people epicented around the town spavniards had named st clare (patron of community health) and its link to stnfird (founded to calue all teh states chldren when the family's only sone had died in his teens of water born disease contacted on the family's visit to Rome); there was 100 times more analytical capacity of programable chips which had leapt firward according to god=rdon moore's law when a japanese calculatir manufacturer had given intel its largest ever order; alsomot the same time the tokyo olu=ympics demonattaed the power of satellites to briadcast though i have always been most interested in intel exhnages between every gps which staellites do at almost no cost once the infarstructure is invested in)
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