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  1. Last 7 days
    1. We’re all flooded with

      flooded with - more in-form-ation channels than we can handle - conversations hapining in more places - then we can keep track of

      solution to : infoglut - let conversations come to us shared across participants - along with all the capabilities that we need - in a way that they do their work on our own devices - rendered interoperable - and composable to create our own(ed) worklfows - we need to synthesize these information flows - co-creating the Open Mutual Learning Commons - delivering on the original hope for the Web - the ability to creat meaningful connections between people ideas and work reflected in HyperMedia

    1. Cheating Zooko’s Triangle?

      Can have all three if you make it People Centered

      Where each individual is an Autonomous Actor (yes in the sense of the Actor Model) operating as a hub a Named People's Networks of Trust across their own(ed) devices

      = New Cosmology for Cyber Space

      "If you get your concepts right software as a

      symmathetic conversation can take care of itself"

      Description

      Everything is possible if you deem it so

      Content Address-ability is Magic: creates true names

      Need better answers to the question:What's in a name?

      "Deem it so" in the practical magic world of Software that means if you can give a complete consistent coherent description of what you want utilizing effective concepts (or build them yourself) it will jus work

    1. Existence. Users must have an independent existence.Any self-sovereign identity can never exist wholly in digital form. It simply makes some real-life aspects of a person public and accessible

      Need to explore the space that opens up when we affirm the opposite.

      I interact - here in this space Therefore I AM exists virtually in this virtual space!

      All we need is verifiable provenance - audit trail - of all engagements mutually held - privately, - securely, - full custody and control exercised by the Human Actor!

      by participants in virtual Networked Interactions

    1. ground atomic gormula cyc

    2. now we have effectively converted some complicated if then rule that might have to have inference done on it into some ground atomic formula 00:07:06 which is just a the name of a relation and a few arguments and so on and so converting commonly occurring types or schemas of rules into

      ground atomic formula

      IndyWeb invocation is

      passing a permanent reference to a plex page that is a named ground atomic formula

      portmanteau : Integral and Intentional

      for - Intentgral Hyper Meta Design - thinimagings

    3. we basically make a programming la 00:04:09 language which is effectively logic and so since we're talking about reasoning in about expressions written in this logical epistemological language and 00:04:22 we're doing operations which are effectively like theorem proving type operations and so on there's a natural impedance match between lisp and the the knowledge the way it's 00:04:34 represented so i i guess you could say it's a perfectly logical language to use oh

      LISP perfectly logical language to use for knowledge

    1. have a way of representing the knowledge of the world

      start : :: 00:25

      have a way of representing - the knowledge of the world - in a way that machines can get at them and - take advantage of it

      // representing in machine readable form - but first present it in human readable/writable form - so that people can engage with it - ingest, curate, remixx, reuse, synthesize, share and collaborate - in a way that machines can get at it - all forming evergreen, - interpersonal network of trust - based on trusted but verifyablke provenance - and recapitulable history of co-evolution of emergent - novel articulations

      should be - shared - everybody should be able to get at it

      if human knowledge isn't a shared resource - then what is

  2. May 2023
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    1. Making Ambients More Robust

      for : ambient web intents

    2. The Mobile Ambient calculus (MA)

      proposed - expressing - communications - location

      concepts

    1. About 4,230,000 results (0.40 seconds)

      consciousness , imagination is our own infinite improbability drive

      rubbing a few commons words together

      to capture/articulate, create by naming a novel idea

      is a psychedellic mind expanding experience

      everyday practical magic

      being comfortable with the unknown is the first step

    1. search : "ambient apps"

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  4. www.kendra.io www.kendra.io
    1. pull data from many sources and display it in one interface

      pull data from many sources and displaty it in one interface

    2. back-end requires a well-thought-out front-end

      how about no-backend

      use anti-databases

      to compose existing services for thge benefit of the individual ensuring autnbonomy

    3. organically develop tools that benefit real people

      organic development of tools that benefit people

    4. Values

      information that people engage with is disguised as data by provider-centric services for the benefit of the service operators first.

      Human-centric solution requires not only FAIR data but need to promnote Digital autnonomy.

      Replace references to data in the formulation of these values with web(native) services for data

    1. Learned a lot over the past 3 weeks or so

      I tried to summarize the learning I've been doing over the past three weeks in a Telegram channel. Exported these messages turned them into a PDF and made it permanently available via indyhub on IPFS. just log in to

      Signup/Login with Hyppothesis to annotate comment

      follow up questions, what have you. . All those conversations can later be followed up and integrated within each annotator/participant's own MEMplEX real soon now.

    1. make your spaceCreate 3D social scenes for Hubs

    1. Building a VR World from Scratch: A Beginner's Journey into Hubs

    2. Hubs Creator Labs is a place for sharing inspiration, creativity and knowledge. Check out our latest posts to see the amazing work our community is doing, follow along with a tutorial, and learn about our favorite open source tools.

    1. A whole new world, from the comfort of your homeTake control of your online communities with a fully open source virtual world platform that you can make your own.

    1. perma-an-note // inspired to write

      Complete the Web with - commons based - peer bootstrapped - constellations for - Evergreen - eventually global, nay interplanetary - Networked interpersonal Social Media - around which - interest/mission focused social networks can grow - connecting creators with their audiences, problemns with solutions, directly - weaving the Autonomous Open Mutual (l)earning Commons as a co-evolving engine for cultural co-evolution

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    1. MindGraph is a meta-circular universalextensible graph format

      had the graph format

      and even TrailMarks as a symmathetic mark in notation in practice, that can be used to structure articulation of ideas in a form that augments the writers ability to express ideeas and for reader to comprehend them while at the same time provides the hooks to turn text into an abstract syntax grap or memeplex that allow us associate intentional interpretative processes and indeed human metadesigned interpreatative complexes

    2. re-decentralize the Web

      make it People Centered

      an internet that works for people

    3. Brewster Kahle
    4. system

      that is the IndyWeb/Net/Hub/Lab ....

    5. semantic

      mutual learning symmathesy

    6. MindGraphs

      MindPlexes

    7. Semanticall

      Symmanthetically

      mutual (l)earning

    8. Knowledge Graph

      stigmergic

      associative complexes or plexes or MEMplEXes

    9. complex networks ofinterconnected elements

      associative complexes or plexes or MEMplEXes

    10. meta level graph

      shapes

    11. graphs

      MindPlexes

    12. decentralized

      persona first, interpersonal networked

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    1. perma-an-note // inspired to write

      Complete the Web with - commons based - peer bootstrapped - constellations for - Evergreen - eventually global, nay interplanetary - Networked interpersonal Social Media - around which - interest/mission focused social networks can grow - connecting creators with their audiences, problemns with solutions, directly - weaving the Autonomous Open Mutual (l)earning Commons as a co-evolving engine for cultural co-evolution

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    1. protocol

      on top of thaat

      open, commons -based, evergreen constellations

    2. switch to any other with zero friction.

      zero friction

    3. A world robust against
      • censorship,
      • internet outages, and
      • would-be social monopolies.
    4. Imagine a world where no one but you controls anything. A world where everyone’s data is just ‘out there’,

      out there indeed

    1. have thepower to share any le orfolder or contact or event orwhatever with anyone

      This is what we need

      Your browser is your POD

      Can share with anyone with a browser

      progressively build trust starting from there

    2. The last loginyou'll ever need

      Solid provides for the first time - a single global logon system, ** - // we should not be authenticating with apps - // apps should ask for our permissions to access our information to do their work on our behalf - so that when you log into any web site, - instead of having to log in with the usual 'f' and 'g', etc, blue buttons, and then - be tracked by Facebook, Google, or some other large social network, instead - you can log in with any Solid provider you trust**, and - that won't track you.

    1. Clean Code - Uncle Bob / Lesson 1

      web-indy://meme - not done when it works

    2. you got it working is only half the job

      once the code works that's when you have to clean it no<br /> one writes clean code first nobody does because it's just too hard to get code to work so once the code works it will be a mess human beings do not think in Nice straight lines they don't think in if statements and while loops they cannot foresee the entire algorithm so we piece the thing together we cobble it together with wire and scotch tape and then it suddenly work so we're not<br /> quite sure why and that's the moment when you say all right now I need to clean it how much time do you invest in cleaning it roughly the same amount of time it took you to write it and that's the problem nobody wants to put that effort in because they think they're done when it works you're not done when it works you're done when it's right and if you adopted that attitude well then the<br /> code would stay clean and you would never go through the slow down

    3. you're trying to make it work in and then all  of a sudden it works

      make it work

    1. not done when it works done when it is right

      make it work then make it right Description

    1. Mastofeed Embed a mastodon feed in your blog et cetera. https://www.mastofeed.com User guide

      x

    1. Subsocial Web App Save Abandoned Web UI for decentralized social networks and marketplaces. Features: blogs, posts, comments, likes, reputation, feed and notifications. Built with Next.js, React and Ant Design.

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    1. The apps are expressed through and arrayed around my circles of coherence:

      my circles of coherence

    2. Starting with the goal of personal coherence, how can we build and deploy applications of and for people?

      stop thinking of applications

      think about workflows

      My net DashBoard

      make all capabilities composable tinkerable, FAIR

    1. What is the "Home Page" -- i.e., what are the initial contents of the canvas viewing area? The Me-Holon?

      Assuming that hApps come to the player and work on and withing their owned information spaces

      they could be wowen into common workflows

      these workflows can be shown on the home page

      along with a start page/dashboard showing the latest state of each workflow in some reverse chronological order of attention/erecency

    2. View / Select Saved Views ()-- Displays a collection of Saved Views in the Canvas Viewing Area, allowing direct navigation to previously saved views.

      Looks like view spec

      The way MindGraph did its visualization, including the ability to save views

      and rehidrate the graph

    3. The initial release of the DAHN-2D Canvas Visualizer will also likely offer only a single choice of design system. The current leading candidate is Google's Material. Material can be thought of as an open-sourced meta design system. -- i.e., a system for creating design systems.

      material design

    1. Weak Ties & Strong Intros How to find the “dark leads” hiding in your network to generate client work

    1. Matt Schlicht@MattPRD Autonomous Agents Are The Fastest Growing Open-Source Technology In History - But... what are autonomous agents? - How do they work? - How can you build or use one? I wrote you the best overview on the planet. Get ready for your mind to explode
    1. Meta-fantasies

      collextive ikigai

    2. in touch with their individual and collective ikigai.

      individual and collective ikigai

    3. a joined-up group of Self-led others

      joined-up groups of Self-led

    4. valuable practice of being Self-led

      self-led

    1. Ikigai between individual and collective

    2. a personal reason for being in the world – and add in the missing idea of the collective. Can we see collectives as the most potent vehicle for finding that sweet spot? Collectives need to find their own ikigai for this all to work for the best.

      ikigai

    1. Today we present a Telegram Login Widget for external websites. When you use Telegram login for the first time, our widget asks for your phone number and sends you a confirmation message via Telegram to authorize your browser. Once this is done, you get a two-click login on every website that supports signing in with Telegram. Try it here:

    1. Zsolt Viczián@zsviczianI think this is huge! I'm going to be using this new feature so much! I just released @excalidraw @obsdmd 1.9.0. You can now import PDF documents and annotate them in Excalidraw! https://youtu.be/nB4cOfn0xAs

    1. DOC to HTML Converter CloudConvert is an online document converter. Amongst many others, we support PDF, DOCX, PPTX, XLSX. Thanks to our advanced conversion technology the quality of the output will be as good as if the file was saved through the latest Microsoft Office 2021 suite.

      online document converter

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    1. arly German Piosophy

      Piosophy

    2. Eckhare’s significance

      cannot be oiverestimated

    3. German Pietism and Hegel; Ramon Lull(1235-1316),

      german pietism

    4. “God is an infi-nite sphere whose center is everywhere, and whose circumference isnowhere.”

      god

      omni-centric

      circumference nowhere

    5. eturningback to it through the speculative activity of the philosopher.

      circular account

    6. “profoundly speculative man”

      proclus

  7. Apr 2023
    1. something is fundamentally broken in the way the tools at our disposal have us use the web — and thus, our minds
      • something is fundamentally broken
      • in the way the tools at our disposal have us use the web
      • and thus, our minds
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    1. Person-Centric Architecture
      • determine what is urgent to me

      bring to me in a form that I - want - when - and how

      • I store the app's data
        • local-first
        • offline first
      • apps have to authenticate with me
      • // better still have it available even offline with cryptographic guaranties of authenticity and versioning in a way that Apps can become Evergreen, future proof, born FAIR interoperable as all work on my own(ed) data!

      • shape my own (not user) experience. coherent that works across all apps

      • compose them to provide my own workflow
      • bring the app to the data
        • // The Apps to me so I can compose my own Workflows
      • have visibility and control over who sees my data

    2. Provider (App)-Centric Architecture
      • establish identity with each app
      • apps stores information not just about me
        • but all I create
        • loss of ownershi
        • no custody
      • loose all when the apps disappears or so decides

      users as losers - drug dealers and - software companies call their customers 'users'

      They are in charge

    3. Providers Working Against Me
      • Attention-economy business model
      • distractive
    4. Data Disempowerment

      Worse it is Information Disempowerment

      All the information I scatter across apps is deifficult to gather

      Find, Access, CinterOperate(combine), resuse/share

      have conversations around

      so that it can in-form me and others with whiom I share

      on mye own terms

    5. My Fragmented Online Self

      fragmented online self - data - identity - experience - notifications

      UN FAIR Information about me by me

      ephemeral, hard to find when needed review reuse synthesize

    6. he burden of bringingcoherence

      burden of bringing - bringing coherence - capture salience - have conversations about them - is nay impossible

    7. A complex, multi-dimensionalhuman being (just like you)with both genetic (DNA)and memetic signatures

      People are complex, multidimensional beings

    8. profoundly and progressively disempoweringarchitecture.20

      profoundly and progressively disempowering architecture

    9. Fostering cooperation at global scale

      // eventual global scale need to be able to Scale Reach so that people and missions and Networked Autonomous Organi(zations|nism) Communities themselves can co-evolve to scale their collective capacities with eventual global scale/impact

      Plurality and autopoiesys of the Communications patterns are key of we wish to avoid dystopia

      Need to apply Conway's law backward:

      https://hyp.is/sXzkNt9qEe2mOod1597h0w/dev-indy0.fission.app/hyp/facet/aiframe.html?params={%22user%22:%22gyuri%22,%22group%22:%22all%22,%22url%22:%22%22,%22wildcard_uri%22:%22%22,%22tag%22:%22%22,%22any%22:%22conway%27s%20law%22,%22max%22:%2220%22,%22service%22:%22https://hypothes.is%22,%22exactTagSearch%22:%22true%22,%22expanded%22:%22true%22,%22addQuoteContext%22:%22true%22,%22format%22:%22html%22,%22_separate_replies%22:%22false%22,%22groupName%22:%22All%22,%22sortBy%22:%22recency%22}

      FAIR

      Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable

      and their work "composable" build on each others work and reorganize into larger wholes

    10. The prevailing internet architecture is not the answer

      // Not enought to Shifft the paradigm - from centralized to decentralized (just to be decent) - need to Flip it completely

      from : - App-Centric / Prover centric

      Tight coupling of - identity, - data, - user interface & app functionality - echoes EA Business Silos – era of Function Automation

    11. the problem with ceding access control to aggregators

      At this point we could offer access to post by offering a link to the contributors own(ed) IndySpace

      which will have links back to the original and can also encourage visitors to this page to join the aggregator by also being able to show hum much mnore is available over there

      scaling access, scaling reach

    1. The Peer-to-Peer CompanyHolepunch is a platform for creating apps that don’t use any servers whatsoever. No arbitrary limits just better apps that can be shipped instantly, directly to your users.

    1. A distributed, secure append-only log is a useful tool for creating fast and scalable applications without a backend, as it is entirely peer-to-peer.

      p2p log

    1. passwordless apps with private & secure user-owned data…all without a complex & costly cloud-native backend to maintain.

    1. tools that foster autonomy

      weaving Named Autonomous Interpersonal Networks connecting People, Ideas and things

      The IndyNet

    2. It’s about building our identity

      https://dev-indy0.fission.app/hyp/facet/aiframe.html?params=%7B%22user%22%3A%22gyuri%22%2C%22group%22%3A%22all%22%2C%22url%22%3A%22%22%2C%22wildcard_uri%22%3A%22%22%2C%22tag%22%3A%22%22%2C%22any%22%3A%22learn%20how%20to%20be%20you%20in%20time%22%2C%22max%22%3A%2220%22%2C%22service%22%3A%22https%3A%2F%2Fhypothes.is%22%2C%22exactTagSearch%22%3A%22true%22%2C%22expanded%22%3A%22true%22%2C%22addQuoteContext%22%3A%22true%22%2C%22format%22%3A%22html%22%2C%22_separate_replies%22%3A%22false%22%2C%22groupName%22%3A%22All%22%2C%22sortBy%22%3A%22recency%22%7D

    3. Our tools define our relationship with the world

      to : https://hyp.is/UYOrbOSeEe2TSHPmmdgOag/dev-indy0.fission.app/hyp/facet/aiframe.html?params={%22user%22:%22gyuri%22,%22group%22:%22all%22,%22url%22:%22%22,%22wildcard_uri%22:%22%22,%22tag%22:%22%22,%22any%22:%22shape%20tools%20us%22,%22max%22:%2220%22,%22service%22:%22https://hypothes.is%22,%22exactTagSearch%22:%22true%22,%22expanded%22:%22true%22,%22addQuoteContext%22:%22true%22,%22format%22:%22html%22,%22_separate_replies%22:%22false%22,%22groupName%22:%22All%22,%22sortBy%22:%22recency%22}

    1. exploring and thinking are one and the same

      https://hyp.is/UYOrbOSeEe2TSHPmmdgOag/dev-indy0.fission.app/hyp/facet/aiframe.html?params={%22user%22:%22gyuri%22,%22group%22:%22all%22,%22url%22:%22%22,%22wildcard_uri%22:%22%22,%22tag%22:%22%22,%22any%22:%22shape%20tools%20us%22,%22max%22:%2220%22,%22service%22:%22https://hypothes.is%22,%22exactTagSearch%22:%22true%22,%22expanded%22:%22true%22,%22addQuoteContext%22:%22true%22,%22format%22:%22html%22,%22_separate_replies%22:%22false%22,%22groupName%22:%22All%22,%22sortBy%22:%22recency%22}

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    1. SHRL is based upon augmented transition networks (ATNs)

      SHRL ~ based upon - ATNs - Augmented Transition Networks - developed in the early seventies

      for : What's in a Link

    2. Augmentation with Application Code
      • generating output as a side effect of "recognizing a shape"-

      • rule actions to be defined in RDF itself

    3. Shape Rule Language (SHRL)

    4. Shape Rule Language (SHRL)

      SHRL ~ pronounced - shurl

    1. Human Experience

      Not User Looser

    2. I need to prove my identity to the app in order to access the information about me that is hostaged by that app.

      need to prove my identity?

    3. few seem to question the architecture

      few do do https://twitter.com/search?q=software%20wasteland(from%3ATrailMarks%20OR%20from%3ATrailHub1)&src=typed_query&f=top

      Simonyi went even further and talked a bo ut the Death of Computer Languages per se

      quite right too

    4. provider(app)-centric

      app centric

    1. Google's NEW AI 'Dreamix' Takes the Industry By STORM! (NOW UNVEILED!)

    1. Én túllépek e mai kocsmán, az értelemig és tovább! Szabad ésszel nem adom ocsmány módon a szolga ostobát.

      Szabad ésszel nem adom ocsmány módon a szolga ostobát.

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    1. Decentralized lending marketplace Earn on your assets or borrow to meet your needs without intermediaries in a secure way with our platform.

    1. This was a the original promise for the web. A place where you can congregate in your preferred spaces, rather than one giant tent where everyone pretended to be normies so as to not offend the advertisers.

      for : original promise web

    1. Woods, William A (1970). "Transition Network Grammars for Natural Language Analysis" (PDF). Communications of the ACM. 13 (10): 591–606. doi:10.1145/355598.362773.

      What's in a Link Author

    2. adding a recursive mechanism

      top down recursive descent parsing as in Meta-Lisp

    3. An augmented transition network or ATN is a type of graph theoretic structure used in the operational definition of formal languages, used especially in parsing relatively complex natural languages, and having wide application in artificial intelligence.

      is a - graph theoretic structure

      used in - definition of formal languages - parsing natural languages - AI

      // TrailMarks goes in the opposite direction - practical graph overlaying intentional mark in notation working at the level of associative complexes powered by praxtical extensible co-evolving graph based affordances - progressive injection of structure and interpretational affordances in a new way of augmented writing - augmenting human intellect rather than the machines

    1. differences between Datacenter and Residential proxies.

      residential proxies

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    1. Margaret Wheatley

    2. Margaret Wheatley[34]
    3. A simpler way, Wheatley and Kellner-Rogers, 1998, https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/634222616
    4. Relationships are the pathways

      relationships ~ are - the pathways ~ for ~ organizing

      required for - the creation and - transformation - of - information,

      the expansion of - the organizational identity, and - accumulation of wisdom.

      Relationships - are formed with - information exchange - between - identifying / identifiable entities

      in identifying / identifiable organizings.

    5. Information is

      information - is - the medium of organizing

      Life ~ uses - information - to organize itself

      when : a system - assigns : meaning - to :data

      information ~ is ~ contextual ~ to - identities in relationships

    6. identity is the sense-making capacity of organizing.

      identity ~ is - the sense making capacity of organizing - of the selves - that - organize & - the selves - that - gets organized

      • narrative in nature
      • identities assemble in relationships

      involving & producing - personally & - socially - material information

    7. mistake legal identity for 'the real thing'. The legal construct of personal data[32] is similarly mistaken
    8. There is no such thing as personal data

      no such thing as : personal data - in the game of life

    1. A simpler way 25 reviewsAuthors:Margaret J. Wheatley, Myron Kellner-RogersPrint Book, English, 2003Edition:Paperback ed., [Nachdr.] View all formats and editionsPublisher:Berrett-Koehler, San Francisco, 2003
    1. ‘personal data’ means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’)

      // the legal concept is conceived in terms of the viewpoint of service providers where

      // a natural person is designated as 'data subject' perfect step to disgusising information related to a person as data

    1. McCray, having coined the term

      McCray ~ coined the term : visioneering

      developing - a broad and comprehensive vision

      for how - the future might be radically changed by technology,

      doing - research and engineering

      to advance - this vision, and

      promoting - one’s ideas ~ to - the public and policy makers ~ in the hopes of - generating attention and - perhaps ~ even - realization”

      // prefix mark for trailmark (intentional term): ~ // postfix mark for trailmark term // prefix mark for Noun term (subject, object)

    2. isioneering (the engineering of a clear vision

      define : visioneering - engineering a clear vision

      // problems define their own envisioning pathways to solutions

    3. he Memex as the point of departure

      memex point of departure

    4. a Memex-inspired KM concept and system

      IPKM https://docdrop.org/video/QCkm0lL-6lc/ Inter(Planterary|Personal) Over Web Research Trails and Conversations an Evergreen Memex buitl from trust for trust for the Annotated Web

      Hypothesis Annimated Intro

    5. “generations-old” methods for diffusion and review deemed “totallyinadequate for their purpose
      • method of diffusion and review
      • totally inadequate for their purpose
      • tackling a steadily "growing mountain of research"
    6. ll easily accessibleand sharable with the “Memexes” of acquaintances

      shareable with Memexes = of acquaintances =

      // progrewsive involvment - visitor - audience - acquaintance - trusted peer - huddle - group - channel

    7. Memex, envisage

      = Memex - envisioned - intimate supplement to individuals’ memory,

      facilitate - storing, - recalling, - studying, and - sharing

      the “inherited knowledge of the ages”

    8. visioneering

      visioneering

    9. mutually beneficialco-evolution between individual and institutional KM activities

      mutually co-evolution between - individual and institutional KM activitites

    10. design scienceresearch

      DSR The envisioned - workflows, - infrastructure, - affordances, and - impact

      resulting from the - progressing design science - research and prototyping efforts

      // prototyping experiments driven research

      are - consolidated and reframed

    11. current KM unsustainabilities and emerging enabling technologies

      unsustainabilities emerging enabling technologies

    12. Boisot, M. Exploring the Information Space; University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, PA, USA, 2004; pp. 5–8.

      Exploring the Information space

    13. I-space [ 25].

      I-space Information Space

    14. twelve renowned KM models of knowledgecreation
    15. knowledge-based five-level-visioneering-framework

      visioneering framework

      Structure of the paper following personal knowledge management system (PKMS) project's six visioneering phases [15-17].

    16. supplement the reactive behavioral (natu-ral) science paradigm with the proactive design science paradigm to provide a roadmapfor conducting, and criteria for evaluating design science research in IT.

      reactive behavioral proactive

    17. embody “longitudinal streams ofresearch” where varied contributions need to be presented and published

      longitudional streams of research

    18. DSR undertakings are based on problem statements which, usually, are not framed ashypotheses and research questions since the focus is on design and development.

      not hypothesis but design and development

    19. related design science research (DSR) and prototyping

      DSR and prototyping

    20. contributing one’s own ideas and trails of interests,

      trails of interests

      // Yes Trail(Mark)s