My strategy is to have a large network of websites, instead of hiding my pages within a few of them, or posting them on a blog. I intend to build up these sites with more and more material, but at present some of them are pretty thin. Much material does exist though, and could be found elsewhere with a diligent search, but it makes more sense to wait until each site has a significant amount of content. However, at least one page, the front page of each site is worth looking at. I have so many sites that even this makes up 54 or more pages, and older ones on older sites adds as many again. There are also many posts.
If you do not see much content on any one website, it is because material intended for that site is on another one. See if any of the ones below look interesting.
All of these sites are related to the main Social Technology site and have been added to the network at various times over the years. As well adding new material, existing content is being slowly redistributed or copied. That will take a while. For more information see my personal home page and then the Social Technology History page.
Some of those websites have domain names associated with them:
- The first two domains are personal ones, and point to the same website:
- The next two domain names, for my ultimate goal, point to a project and an organization for managing it
- The next domain assumes we know what we want, and asks how to get there from here
- The next domain names are for specific goals and method in different areas
- The next domains refer in a general way to technological development
- The next domains refer to specific mathematical methods to be used
- The next domains refer to an organization charged with applying these methods to the overall problem of making society work.
- All of the following domains are targets for URLs mentioned in books.
Other websites have no associated domain name, and can only be accessed via another site. Some of them are very important sites, but no obvious domain name which was unique and descriptive could be found.
- acronymiclanguage — about a language composed entirely of acronyms
- books — about books written but unpublished
- contentmanagement — how to create and maintain a WordPress website
- development — software and hardware for social technology
- differentviews — alternative views of reality
- engineeredsocialenvironments — schools, prisons and other institutions
- entrepreneurs — commercial applications of social technology
- genealogy — a possible mathematical approach to genealogy
- godlessheaven — a religion with a heaven but no dictator
- justicesystem — reform of the justice system to reduce error covariance
- languages — the language problem
- lawandgovernment — reform of law and government to reduce error covariance
- linearity — a linear model of the human brain
- logicandsettheory — role of definitions in mathematics, a foundation based on rewriting rules
- relationships — finding good social relationships as part of improving your social environment
- socialtechdiscussions — paraphrases of conversations held outside of website comments
- socialtecholdsite — an older version of the main social technology website
- societychanged — website for the long novel which served as a testbed for some of these ideas
- softwaredevelopment — software for social technology
- technologicalfantasies — ideas for new technology of all kinds
- websites — experiences with WordPress sites, and lists of them
- yourcause — social technology for your cause