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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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M Cline

Mychilo Cline is a software developer and thought pioneer. He has undergraduate degrees in Engineering-Physics and Philosophy, and holds a graduate degree in Human-Computer Interaction / Technology and Society, focusing upon: 

  • Computer-Human Interaction.
  • Research Methodologies, Human Interaction Patterns, and End User Requirements. 
  • Social-Engineering in online communities. 
  • Anthropological and historical patterns in the adoption of new technologies.  

Mychilo has written extensively about the design and impact of emerging technologies, in numerous books and articles. He was also Graduate of the Year in Philosophy and worked under the National Science Foundation in low-temperature physics. Prior to his career as a software engineer, Mychilo taught Mathematics and Philosophy at International Schools in China and Russia.