An Open Society Sharing Resources

In a paid feedback survey yesterday with Public Voice SF ( PublicVoiceSF.org ), we looked at a build of the SF Business Portal. This model online software would keep a government folder of all the different business licenses someone: Driving an Uber or Lyft or Flywheel or indie-owned taxi,  airBnB-renting a spare room,  delivering with Postmates,  waiting tables,  doing product demos, selling the good parts … Continue reading An Open Society Sharing Resources

Hello Mudder, Hello Fadder (Cleaning Up 3)

From a message I wrote today to Don Ramón: ” If i was gonna be POTUS, i would have created a job title to TRAIN and MAINTAIN a “Internet Sexual Content Reviewer”. Not just use technology to recognize & alert off ANY type of upload, especially Mobile, but start going through ALL OF IT, flagging the tapes or still images for consent or health ?s. … Continue reading Hello Mudder, Hello Fadder (Cleaning Up 3)

Deciding We Are Worth It

The prompt: PERSONAL STATEMENT: In 500-700 words, please describe what qualifications you have that makes you deserving of this scholarship. Also, please tell us about your current AND future academic, career, and personal goals. From a scholarship app I completed tonight.  My response- Over 5 years ago, I found myself across the country from my Brooklyn hood, in San Francisco, California. I didn’t have the … Continue reading Deciding We Are Worth It

Respect For Women 1: Appreciation Of The Sanctity of Our Growing Forms

​​ Click here to link to the abstract: Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B Ladies and gentleman, i have been convicted of a violent felony in the State of New York for attempted assault against the married woman I was dating and living off of at the time in Harlem. I completed five years probation with NYSDOP on November 6th 2010. I now see the … Continue reading Respect For Women 1: Appreciation Of The Sanctity of Our Growing Forms

Bridging Generational Gaps 1 (On Unlived American Dreams)

There are many as yet unlived American dreams.  Enjoyment of true freedom, of full work, of a safe home.  Enjoyment of even breathing room – or of each other – eludes us in too many ways. Industries like the prison pipeline and the genetically modified food pipeline lay to waste our most precious resource: you and I. The end result from this caliber of direction: … Continue reading Bridging Generational Gaps 1 (On Unlived American Dreams)