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Information Capital Assets: How to Grow Digital Wealth

Photo by Nicolas Picard on Unsplash In order to thrive in the digital age, Sovereign Individuals must accumulate information capital assets. These information assets are like a digital spider's web, they capture an increasing amount of passive value when networked correctly. And these assets are a critical element of building digital age wealth, influence, and personal … Continue reading Information Capital Assets: How to Grow Digital Wealth

Interoperability & Why its Important for the Digital Economy

Photo by Omar Flores on Unsplash Interoperability Definition: Is the degree for which two or more different systems work together in harmony. In a modern and digital context, we think of interoperability as the degree to which software can easily integrate and interact with other systems. High degrees of interoperability usually require standards for common languages, … Continue reading Interoperability & Why its Important for the Digital Economy

Freedom is a Luxury Good of the Digital Age

Photo by Shifaaz shamoon on Unsplash In the digital age, the meaning of personal freedom is changing. Technology provides unprecedented access to global opportunities, improving our ability to earn a living and join new communities. We are developing strong, unique opinions without fear of repercussions. But the world is in retreat from globalization, moving towards nationalism, … Continue reading Freedom is a Luxury Good of the Digital Age

What is Neo Medievalism and Why it Matters in the Digital Age?

Photo by Laura Dewilde on Unsplash While researching and writing about global politics in the digital age, I came to a realization. The world exists in a state of feudal anarchy. As globalism grows, organizations lay claim to the allegiances of people around the world and across traditional geographic borders. Local, national and extra-national governments (EU … Continue reading What is Neo Medievalism and Why it Matters in the Digital Age?

Misinformation, Propaganda, And Narrative Bias

Whether it's psychology's halo effect, or behavioral economic's anchoring bias, the order that we receive information impacts how we judge all future information. Put simply, for humans, first impressions matter greatly to all our future perceptions. This is important to understand because human beings are subject to what is known as narrative bias. We make … Continue reading Misinformation, Propaganda, And Narrative Bias