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Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog
This blog started originally as a place to showcase book reviews across 97 non-fiction categories (fiction being the 98th category in which Robert Steele reads, but rarely). It then morphed into an online Journal of Public Intelligence, and today provides four posts a day from a wide variety of contributing editors. It is also the archive for the original Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) pioneers.
Relatively Dormant Web Sites
Earth Intelligence Network
This is the administrative and educational offering site for the non-profit. Of note at this site are the Herring Triangle on how to approach the challenge of achieving 360 degree awareness and strategic foresight; and our 2007 review of global experts, centers, and books on the ten threats, twelve policies, and eight demographics shaping the future. A number of websites on Public Wisdom are also featured.
Open Source Everything 21
Conference site to nurture the Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) movement. We need an Open Source (Technologies) Agency that would sponsor a World Brain Institute, a Global Game, a School of Future-Oriented Hybrid Government, a Multinational Decision-Support Center, and Global OSEE network across academia, civil society, commerce, government, law enforcement, media, military, and non-government/non-profit.
Stream Trails is a non-profit pilot project intended to inspire hybrid governance and public access solutions to the hundreds of thousands of miles of stream trails now not managed by Park Authorities. It helps Eagle Scouts, cycling clubs, birders, neighborhood associations, churchs, and others coordinate safe and legal construction of foot bridges (and horse bridges at no cost to the public. The intent is to make public access to streams — a life-affirming aspect of our neighborhoods generally under-valued and marginailzed — as easy as the access now provided by Park Authorities to “main” trails. Stream trails are where the wildlife is to be found. We can do better.
We the People Reform Coalition
Originally created to support an educational campaign as a candidate for the Reform Party nomination for the presidency, this has become a reference site for what a reform coalition might aspire to offer the public. Electoral Reform, a Coalition Cabinet, a Balanced Budget, and True Cost Economics are central to restoring integrity to the process of governance.