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GETTING INVOLVED: Feel free to let me know if you are interested in Public Policy, vRights, Ethics & Design, or Education.  If there is sufficient interest, I would be happy to create additional resources, sponsor a group forum, etc.  I believe that it is necessary for us to extend liberal-democratic institutions and values into virtual space, through  design, and would love to know if other people feel the same way.

TEACHERS: If you teach the Ethics of Technology, ITGS, or related course, let me know if you would like to receive a free copy of The Virtual State and the Fall of Empires or Power, or Madness, & Immortality: the future of virtual reality. 

BUSINESSMEN: Feel free to contact me about concrete business opportunities. Please do not contact me to request contacts, resources, or free advice.  If I had sufficient resources, I would be working on my own projects.  

Putting aside questions of how new technologies “should be” used, designed, and understood, I hope to put together funding for a virtual office product - extending real-world interaction patterns into virtual space, automating business processes, and building a foundation for social and economic interaction in virtual space (or at least taking first steps in that direction).

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The Need for Private-Peer-To-Peer:

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"It is possible to understand problems such as privacy and illegal file sharing on the Internet today not so much as social problems or as the inevitable result of networked technology, but as the result of identifiable design decisions."


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​In order to address contemporary issues, it will be necessary to start to think about the design of new technologies in a different way, not from the limited perspective of marketing and design, but from an interdisciplinary perspective, which focuses on the impact of various design choices, and integrates insights from social science and philosophy. 

Recommended Reading

Humans have an obligation to think about the potential consequences of their actions, a point articulated in both philosophy and law.  “We need to think before we act.”  

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Radio Interviews: Minds that Matter

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Minds that Matter with Mark McIntire: Mark McIntire interviews Nobel Laureates, Writer's, Professors, Poets, Artists, Doctors, Actors, Producers, Directors, and Scientists that call the Central Coast Home.

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