Steele as Wild Card Speaker Phi Beta Iota: This started as a short list for the various college and university engineering students that have dialed in, but as we got into it, it became more of a “situational awareness” inventory pulling together both technical “solutions” none of which have been integrated yet, and analytic “requirements” none of which have been satisfied yet.
$75 billion a year for secret intelligence, and we still do not have an analytic desktop toolkit, all-source geospatially and historically and cultural astute back office processing, or global reach to all humans, all minds, all the time. Sucks for us. Let’s see what the Smart Mob can do….
We specifically invite suggestions in the Comments for removing items from this list, or for adding items from within this website or from any other website. This is now a work zone. Steele is available to visit any engineering workshop and especially those working on bottom-up clouds like
Swarm DPL (transparently scalable distributed programming language).
About the Idea, Articles, Briefs, Handbooks, and Historic Contributions. Use the Menu–everything on this stie responds to “OSINT” that is not a good search term. Rock on! TOTALLY TECH: 2009 Arnold Google: The Digital Gutenberg 2008 Memoranda: Policy-Budget Outreach Tool 2006 USSOCOM Software List and STRONG ANGEL TOOZL 2006 Morville (UK) Ambient Findability Massive Scale Beyond Your Imagination A Recommedned Approach to Creating the World Brain with Instant Recall 2006 Lederman (US) Deep Web Access to All Information in All Languages All the Time 2003 Arnold (US) One Machine…One View 2004 Gill (US) Open Wireless Spectrum and Democracy 2001 Porter (US) Tools of the Trade: A Long Way to Go 2000 Budzko (RU) The Russian Viewpoint on Electronic Open Source Technologies 1989 Webb (US) CATALYST: Computer-Aided Tools for the Analysis of Science & Technology 1988 Generic Intelligence Center Production Requirements Below the Fold: Big Picture Context 2009 DoD OSINT Leadership and Staff Briefings 2009 Intelligence for the President–AND Everyone Else 2009 23 Sep 09 Real Time Information National Press Club Washington, D.C. 2009 The Ultimate Hack: Re-Inventing Intelligence to Re-Engineer the World 2009 Handbook Online for Internet Tools and Resources for Creating Open Source Intelligence 2008 DIA NDIC Multinational Intelligence Fellows 2008 $2 Billion Obligation Plan Centered on Defense, for a New Open Source Agency 2007 Amazon as Hub of World Brain 2007 Open Everything: We Won, Let’s Self-Govern 2006 Reuser (NL) on Virtual Open Source Agency 2006 Markowitz (US) Open Source Information and US Transitions to and from Hostilities (Defense Science Board Report, December 2004), in Relation to Information-Sharing with non-DoD and Froeign Parties 2006 Turnbull (US) on Collaboration & Sharing 2006 Arnold (US) Google and Sharing Across Boundaries 2006 Briefing to the Coalition Coordination Center (CCC) Leadership at the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM)–Multinational Intelligence: Can CENTCOM Lead the Way? Reflections on OSINT & the Coalition 2006 Sutton (US) Global Coverage, Looking Backward, Looking Forward 2006 Reference: Earth Intelligence Network Concept for Execution 2006 Information Operations (IO) Back into DIME 2005 Handbook: Global Monitoring and Decision Support 2004: Information Peacekeeping A Nobel Objective 2004 Atlee (US) Beyond Intelligence Reform: Shifting from Intelligence to Co-Intelligence 2004 Atlee (US) A Model of the Operational Subsystems and Dynamics Within Intelligent Systems (Individual, Organizational, Societal) 2004 DoD OSINT Program: A Speculative Overview 2004 Mazzafro (US) Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Global Issues 2004 Daly (US) Globalization and National Defense–Implications of the Effective Erasure of National Boundaries in an Era of Ecological Economics 2004 Marlatt (US) Military Librarianship in an Academic Environment 2004 Scheitle Knowledge Management Overview from Perspective of Federal Library Depositiory and Network Manager 2004 Mutton (CA) on OSINT Burden Sharing 2004 Bjore (SE) Software, Humanware and Intelligence: Distributed Data Capture Templates and Analytic Tools 2004 Harrison (US) Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Requirements Management: A U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Perspective 2003 Medina (US) 21st Century Analysis–The Coming Revolution in Intelligence Analysis: What to do when the Traditional Model Fails 2003 Markowitz (US) Open Source in Support to All-Source Intelligence 2003 Lewis (UNIDIR) Creating the Global Brain: The United Nations 2003 Davis (US) Analytic Paradoxes: Can Open Source Intelligence Help? 2003 Reuser (NL) on Intelligence Librarian Tradecraft 2002 Lee (US) Geospatial Information Sources: A Global Primer 2002 Dan Kuehl on National Information Strategy 2002 Creveld (IL) Twenty-Four Theses on Intelligence 2002 Arnold (US) Nomadic Computing: Anytime, Anyplace Access 2002 Klavans (US) Technology Mapping: A Workshop on (Open) Sources & Methods for Identifying Commercial Opportunities in Technology 2002 Klavans (US) Tomorrow’s Hotspots: Identifying Commercial Opportunities from Science 2002 Henk (US) Respecting the Cultural Dimension: Intelligence and Africa 2002 Moore (US) & Krizan (US) Core Competencies for Intelligence Analysts 2002 Pinkham (US) Citizen Advocacy in the Information Age 2002 Global Futures Partnership–Vision of Lasting Value 2002 Marshall (US) Tomorrow’s Global Hotspots: Global Systems Analysis–What Can Open Information Contributute to Conflict Managements and the Avoidance of Future Catastrophe? 2002 The New Craft of Intelligence (Asymmetric Studies) 2002 Jongman (NL) World Conflict & Human Rights Map 2001/2002 2001 Dziedzic (US) Information Technology as a Catalyst for Civil-Military Unity of Effort: The Kosovo Test Case 2001 Foster (US) Getting to Tomorrow: A Plea for Strategic Reformation 2001 Oakley (US) The Use of Military & Civilian Power for Engagement and Intervention 2000 Dumaine (US) Global Futures Partnership “Are You Ready” 2000 Cox (CA) Reflections of the former NATO Deputy N-2 2000 Stephen Cambone, Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, Speech to the Security Affairs Support Association (SAS) on Need for Universal Coverage at the Neighborhood Level of Granularity 2000 Reynolds (US) Global Reach without Global Intelligence 1999 Storbeck (EU) EUROPOL Chief, Open Source Intelligence: A Foundation for Regional Cooperation in Fighting Crime and Establishing a Regional Intelligence Community 1999 Setting the Stage for Information-Sharing in the 21st Century 1999 Fuchs (CH) International Committee of the Red Cross (IHRC) Protocols for Information Acqusition, Exploitation, and Sharing 1999 Allen (US) Requirements, Collection, and Current Awareness: The Human Dimension (The Role of Open Sources as the Foundation for Successful All-Source Collection Strategies) 1999 Dearth (US) Intelligence in the 21st Century: Re-focusing Intelligence to Shape the Strategic Environment 1999 Connors (US) JV2010 Initiative: Virtual Information Center (VIC) US Pacific Command J-08 1999 Appleby (US) Feedback: The Missing Link in Information Superiority 1999 Heidenrich (US) Early Warning of Genocide: The Utlity of Open Sources & Methods 1999 Sovereign (US) Information Superiority for the Lower End of the Spectrum (Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief) 1995 Simmons (US) Open Source Intelligence: An Examination of Its Exploitation in the Defense Intelligence Community 1992 Reference: USMC C4I Campaign Plan 1992 Information Concepts & Doctrine for the Future 1991 Defense Intelligence Productivity