“SUYO” — Simple Undeniable Yank-proof Ownership

Accelerating our unavoidable evolution to a more rational world.

Prolonged Absence

Submitted by zClark on Sun, 29/Oct/2006 - 18:59
Disintegration of Persistence

finding the groove

Wow, it has been well over four months since my last post. On 07/14/2006 -within a month after my previous post- a reader wrote via email, “Haven't seen an update to your blog in quite a while. Hope you're creating, and not stewing!” Actually, I was too bewildered to seriously stew. I had targeted select persons and groups with modest email campaigns which came to nothing. Although I have an email list of GPG/PGP users to address (thinking that they would at least relate to the technology); those who I'd written to before -in my judgment- already enjoyed the best flexibility of mind to relate to my YeNom proposal. And even if refocused efforts with any new group were unexpectedly 96 times more successful than my previous endeavors, it'd still be negligible.

So, I felt that some serious reappraisals were in order. The strategy of choice was to get my thoughts absorbed in a completely different activity, which -in this case- turned out to attending to my fledgling Linux system and getting better acquainted with this enthusiastically respected world of software freedom.

Just recently, I've reexamined the activities of the various complimentary currency providers like LETS communities, the Time Dollar movement, barter groups etc., along with the mindful proponents and theoreticians of monetary reform (i.e. my brothers in arms - so to speak). Many of these forward looking people are engaged in some nobly noteworthy work.

The plan now is to explore the various means available for directly augmenting these meritorious avant-gardists. In particular, the popular following enjoyed by these groups and individuals appears inappropriately lackluster. More specifically it would be nice if the monetary moralist could more effectively leverage from each others efforts and mutual recognition. The so called information overload phenomenon of the Internet represents a real challenge to overcome despite the mega-dollars search engines throw at this problem. It is time to get the word out more effectively.