Secondly, the postings are customized for you. Think of it as the Apps on your phone but instead, only the relevant apps are presented. For example, knowing that you have an upcoming networking event would show you other attendees who you may want to speak with.
Lastly, the feed demonstrates the key philosophies of my approach:
- Concepts and entities are extracted from their context. For instance, seeing businesses on a map.
- This leads to the ability to "check-in" and interact with the entities in the form of feedback, opinion polls and 3rd party ratings.
- The emergence of this Internet of Things also reveals the need for a way to manage this. My approach makes this possible by putting an Operating System *everywhere. For example, feedback to a city run park may be the first step in creating a community project around ways to improve it.
Having a clear starting point Concept and applying complexity in layers allows for a more structured approach to problem solving. Rather then debating behind closed doors, consider instead the value of sharing and participating in our shared challenges. Check-in to the shared TruthKit.