John Gianino

Miami Beach, FL, United States

About John

An idea worth spreading

Biology is a great archetype for business. We can build a free social network that mimics the function and structure of the human brain. We can connect people AND link them together in a network based on cities of residence. This is like having two brain cells in the same brain. Linking people together locally first makes sharing resources and resolving issues more efficient. Having a free organizational structure for a social network means we can create greater efficiency for exchanging resources. People can promote and exchange ideas related to organizations they belong to but organizations are not people they are groups or structures that share values. There is also a way to reciprocate our contributions and personal interests through a system of accountability and measurement which many virtual social networks now use.

I'm passionate about

If there's something wrong, those who have the ability to take action have the responsibility to take action. - Thomas Jefferson.

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Imagine Karma points replacing money.

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Comments & conversations

181949
John Gianino
Posted over 1 year ago
What makes "education" TED's most popular topic?
As the world becomes more interconnected our defintiions for words may become topics for debate. The words "educating" and "learning" clearly have different meanings but are often used synonymously. The difference between the two I would like to identify is that of connotation.
181949
John Gianino
Posted over 1 year ago
Are we too harsh on our politicians or leaders?
Parent = child, husband = wife, sister = brother. Are these groups after power? These groups learn to interact with each other through cooperation, competition, and respect. Do they liberate themselves from their organizational structures through force?
181949
John Gianino
Posted over 1 year ago
What makes "education" TED's most popular topic?
I've taken some of the lessons on ed.ted.com I'm finding that multimedia is sometimes more cumbersome when searching for interesting bits of information then through books. I can flip through thousands of pages in a matter of seconds and discover something facinating.
181949
John Gianino
Posted over 1 year ago
What makes "education" TED's most popular topic?
Should...This word is one of the reasons I asked if we are imposing our beliefs on our visitors. School...This was not my intended topic. Fail...Does a person learning recognize failure without the idea of aquiring something? Youth...How many old dogs learn?