Journal: Public Search of Cell and Radio

Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Methods & Process, Mobile, Real Time
Public Access to Cell & Radio
Public Access to Cell & Radio

We anticipate all text messages being available for public search in the near term, joining our observation that Twitter is now a crowd-sourcing as well as a point of presence intelligence tool.

Click on the collage to search text messages from 9-11–the scope is believed to be limited (e.g. NYC only) but this is a harbinger of things to come.

The Hacktivists are working on running all radio communications among the fire and police in NYC into the CISCO digitzer, and then making that searchable.  Unlike the result in seaching for bomb or bombs in text messages, we anticipate that the radio traffic will blow people’s mind, especially when visualized.

Thus does the public recapture its power–by paying attention.  Thomas Jefferson and James Madison would be proud….and this might be a good point at which to observe that Thomas Jefferson was himself one of the first American counter-culture icons, see  Counterculture Through the Ages: From Abraham to Acid House.

2001-09-11 10:04:09 Metrocall [1261437] ALPHA Anotherbomb/explosion under the world trade h
2001-09-11 10:04:54 Skytel [003927743] ALPHA [email protected]|RE:Please call me. I am in my office| NYSE is also bombed. I am leaving the building. I am with HARI. Pray me.