The Chief Scientist and creator of Scopeware wrote a commentary for the Wall Street Journal that was published on Tuesday, April 15. The article smashes old ideas for finding, organizing and utilizing information and promotes the simplicity of a narrative information structure. You can read a copy of the article by David Gelernter here:
Digital identity is about to become standardized and ubiquitous. This is very important. It will make many problems go away, but it will also come at a cost. There are many nuances, but the big picture is well described in this short article:
Sometimes I hear something that strikes my sense of humor and causes me to laugh even when the situation makes such behavior inappropriate. A friend told me that he saw a button on a Stanford student in 2001 that said "Start Kissing Robot Ass Now." Oh well, board meetings are too stuffy anyway.