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You can think of Addresso as your web3 address book, and an interesting claim emerged in our conversations this week ... "Addresso is built the way you’d hope it would be." We feel confident it is, and yet of course we'd welcome all comments here about how you'd hope it's being built so we can compare notes. 😀
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What does it mean to bring web3 to life, biomimetically? What does it mean for web3 naming and sense-making to be framed in the contexts of ten thousand years of human community? What’s more likely to work? Requiring humanity to conform to web3, or crafting web3 to weave into the beautiful diversity of human life?
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Can’t tell them apart tbh. Ideally both will be shut down by regulators.
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Sometimes you just see something that makes you smile.
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What is Addresso? Why is Addresso? How can we build Addresso? Where does Addresso take us? All great questions 😁 The Addresso team has answers, but these answers won't be as good as the answers we can figure out together. So thanks for joining in here 😍
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My colleague @timjrobinson has created a new telegram group for builders looking to defrag ethereum’s liquiidty. Ping me or Tim if you want to join in. Please share with developers you know are working o this. https://paragraph.xyz/@blueyard/how-ethereum-can-solve-l2-liquidity-fragmentation
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@vitalik.eth on stage with @franzi, and Afri out of shot, at ETHBerlin, outlining some of the ongoing challenges of decentralised identity. If you would like a deep dive into the topic, I’d love to point you to: https://generative-identity.org/human-identity-the-number-one-challenge-in-computer-science/
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Hi @theperegrine (at least I think this is you; love having to think), here’s the post I mentioned … https://generative-identity.org/web3s-future-fail-is-avoidable/
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We spoke about ‘natural’ / non-bureaucratic identity and here’s the link I promised: https://generative-identity.org/human-identity-the-number-one-challenge-in-computer-science/ Safe travels home tomorrow.
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Hi @austingriffith, good to meet you IRL at #ethberlin. As far as a hackathon on identity goes, your bow tie is one helluva visual identifier. Reckon it took my brain a millisecond to compute. 😃
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Doughnuts.
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Destination Berlin. 😁
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Are you implying that some people don’t???
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100% I tried to point out the dangers of the metaphor to the SSI community, but let's just say my influence on the matter was minimal! "Not just like a wallet" in ... https://generative-identity.org/the-dystopia-of-self-sovereign-identity-ssi/
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Interestingly, as explicated by the likes of Graeber & Wengrow and other anthropologists over the years, we have been stewarding successfully for 1000s of years predating the modern idea of property. We steward resources because it makes sense. Such social agreement can break down when resources are propertized.
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Tx. I don't think we're tooo far apart in thinking tbh. Thankfully the warpcast culture doesn't (yet!) spiral everything down into binary positions. For me, the keyword in your replies is stewardship, often related to but distinct from property. You might like the image here: https://eulerpartners.com/concepts/web3/
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I'd also add ... thank goodness not everyone things solely in terms of property else Farcaster wouldn't exist. Or distributed ledgers. Or the web. Or the internet. Phew.
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Not entirely sure why thinking 'not-property' rather than 'property' entails greater specificity? We don't just want any old ideas to flourish, just those that we consider might support human flourishing for example. In other words, there are simple ideas out there that are really bad. Thought is required.
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Data, information, knowledge, etc. These are all anti-rivalrous resources. The concept of property however emerged in the contexts of rivalrous resources. It might be said to have been misapplied in the English Statute Of Monopolies of 1624. But 400 years later we have more tools in our toolbox I think.
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