July 7, 2017 and through the weekend was the Energy Science and Technology Conference in Hayden Idaho. We met at the Eagles Lodge, an absolutely wonderful venue for the event. The conference is a scientific review of the latest technology bringing us new energy and new ways to use energy. It is also a review of physical laws and demonstrates why our common understanding may not be exactly the right understanding. These ideas and technology sent my head spinning. Blew my mind. The people are all so very interesting. Never enough time for all the conversations.
iAmSapien had set up a table . The message to the technology wizards, “Get your information out there!”. This was also the message of the conference. Everyone came together to support each other, to learn, and then go out there and change the world. Everyone at the conference seemed to believe now is the time. Now is our opportunity.
iAmSapien is here to help the wizards get the message out there. The opportunity is here. Many people can come together to support each other, to learn, and then go out there and change the world. Our potential to work together was demonstrated at the energy conference. It is incredible what shows up even at this local event.
Spring is here, and Spring is the time of iAmSapien. The Beta site is operational. All are invited to get on a Matrix and say how to create change as positive, as community, as you.
A beautiful Sunday in Spokane Washington. I spent Saturday weeding a portion of my garden and harvesting the early herbs. The garlic I neglected last year came back, already ten inches tall.
Today is spent at the local coffee shop preparing for humanity’s springtime. I’m seeking new ways to promote the site. Email, social media, television, celebrities… whatever means to reach the public and tell them we are still growing as a society. How do we tell people there are options for our amazing race of intelligent people? How do we appeal to people to create their own path to a brighter future?
Maybe we need a headline statement, something that says it all in a one-liner. How do we tell people in a few words that a sustainable life is important, that a happy life is worth risking for, that the basis of intelligence is simply courage, that responsibility is community being proactive, that our ability to make these choices is what life is all about? How do we tell people that technology has brought us the power of crowdsourcing, a systematic approach to accessing synergistic intelligence? How do we tell people that imminent consequences to our behaviors can be changed by simply changing our behaviors? How do we say in a few words that the evolution of the individual, and of society, is a most exciting adventure?
This is my project for today, a few words that say it all and capture the imagination of the world. After a winter of being self-centered, Spring is arriving for society. It is time people awaken to collective responsibility.
If you know the few words that say it all, click on “Add New Answer” on the Improve Matrix at:
Today was recovery from yesterday’s two hours removing heavy wet snow from 300’ of driveway. Thank goodness I had a massage scheduled at noon. My injured foot needed attention. But before that was a phone conference. I met with my attorney and financial manager along with an investment company back east. We may have found a way to help finance operations of the site when we go live this summer. We want many people showing interest in investing and prove that the world is ready for iAS and for change.
This afternoon was another marathon WebEx meeting with Marina in Portland. We went through a bunch of website issues, picking though every aspect for quality and function. Most of the time went to discerning the suggestions we will provide users when they create a new article. Categories and tags help users identify what the article is about, and we want this task made easy by providing suggestions. Having laid out all the parts on a spreadsheet, my task after dinner was to review for quality and fill in any missing pieces.
My final task for the evening was writing a few articles for our blog. Oops… its after midnight. Gotta quit, I’ve a meeting with Sarah at nine, and Alex at 10:30. The work is practically non-stop around the clock.