2.3 On agency
We need to defend our sense of human agency by thinking about the umbilical connection we now have with code, asking questions about it with the curiosity of children and making decisions about it collectively with the wisdom of elders. It may one of the most important acts of agency we undertake.
1.19 About digital genomics
The human genome was fully mapped in 2000 C.E. It may follow that the entire universe of human activity and all its technical connections is fully mapped and monitored in just a few short years.
1.18 On shape shifting
Digital technology enables us to record history and chart the progress of humankind in ways that were previously unimaginable. Insights from any number of chapters from the past can be recalled in an instant now and placed at our fingertips.
2.1 On code – From us but not us
If you’re reading this, you’re a witness to the first stages of connected life, the time when we first emerge as a wired-up species.
11.0 Emergence and enablement
The idea code will invent intelligences that outsmart or destroy us can be paralysing. This is about tools for digital innovators.
9.0 Kryptonite for a connection economy
Let’s think about the superpowers we can develop as digital humans.
8.0 Biorhythms and definitions
Code and data create macro views and ‘meta’ biorhythmic levels of understanding about ourselves like never before.
2.0 Web porous, digitally umbilical
How our relationship with code is changing who we are.
1.0 Our timeline
The chronology of human connectivity, from pre-history to the present day.