Mongoose: CIA MKULTRA Mind-Control Meets 5G in Next Generation of Cell Phones

06 Genocide, 07 Health, 07 Other Atrocities, 08 Proliferation, 09 Terrorism, 10 Transnational Crime, 11 Society, Advanced Cyber/IO, Commerce, Corruption, Earth Intelligence, Government, IO Deeds of War, IO Impotency, IO Technologies, Mobile, Officers Call

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Robert Steele: Congressional Research Service (CRS) is Lying to Congress on 5G – Rebuttal from Mark Steele (No Relation, Genius on 5G)

03 Economy, 07 Health, 07 Other Atrocities, 10 Transnational Crime, Corruption, Earth Intelligence, Government, IO Deeds of War, IO Impotency, Mobile, Officers Call
Robert David STEELE Vivas

Fifth-Generation (5G) Telecommunications Technologies: Issues for Congress, January 30, 2019

ROBERT STEELE: CRS means well, but its analysts are handicapped and often ignorant. In this instance, this report is full of lies.  It paints the best possible picture on 5G while lying by omission. It fails to discuss the weaponization of 5G and the utter atrocity of subjecting living beings to 5G.

See Also: 5G @ Phi Beta Iota

Rebuttal by Mark Steele, Compelling Graphic Below the Fold.

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Jean Lievens: Jeremy Rifkin on Leapfrog Technologies

05 Energy, Advanced Cyber/IO, Mobile
Jean Lievens
Jean Lievens

How Developing Nations Can Leapfrog Developed Countries with the Sharing Economy

Electricity is now coming to remote areas in Africa, which never before had access to a centralized power grid. Not surprisingly, the introduction of cell phones has helped precipitate the development of a nascent Third Industrial Revolution infrastructure. Virtually overnight, millions of Africa’s rural households have scraped together enough money — from selling an animal or surplus crops — to purchase a cell phone. The phones are used as much for carrying on commercial activity as for personal communications. In rural areas, far removed from urban banking facilities, people are increasingly relying on cell phones to facilitate small money transfers. The problem is that without access to electricity, cell phone users often have to travel on foot to get to a town with electricity in order to recharge their phones. A single solar panel affixed on the tin roof of a rural hut would provide enough electricity to not only charge the cell phone but also power electric lights.

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Berto Jongman: Citizens in Brazil Take Over Their Story

01 Brazil, 01 Poverty, 03 Economy, 05 Civil War, 07 Other Atrocities, 09 Justice, 11 Society, Advanced Cyber/IO, Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Ethics, IO Deeds of Peace, Media, Mobile
Berto Jongman
Berto Jongman

How social media gives new voice to Brazil’s protests

Street protests continue to rock Brazil and, frustrated by mainstream media coverage, a new group of citizen journalists is using digital tools to tell a different side of the story

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But the battles are not just being waged on the street. Angered by what they see as a misrepresentation of the issues by traditional media, new independent media collectives and networks have emerged over the past year. Armed with smartphones, digital cameras, and apps such as Twitcasting and Twitcam that allow them to broadcast live online, they are presenting their own version of events. Some of them are reaching a huge audience across the country and are now looking to expand their reach internationally.

One such group is the Mídia Ninja, a self-styled loose collective of citizen journalists, which first emerged during last summer’s protests. They are keen to present an alternative narrative to the mainstream media by reporting live from the frontline.

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Owl: Autonomous Internet First Step – Android Unleashed

Autonomous Internet, Liberation Technology, Mobile
Who? Who?
Who? Who?

Now owners of Android phones can connect to each other without an internet connection thanks to Serval Mesh app

Serval Mesh, full mesh darknet, quietly released for Android
“You set up your phone, I set up my phone, it connects them directly, so no infrastructure is needed. It can also relay calls, so if you can get a connection to bob and I can get a connection to bob, we can both talk even though we can’t get a connection directly to each other.”

Serval Project
“Serval is revolutionary, free, open-source software under development for mobile telephones, letting them communicate even in the absence of phone towers and other supporting infrastructure.”

Serval Android App page
“So with using your existing number, and not requiring Internet Access, our software is making the best of what you have, whether in a disaster or emergency situation, or where poor economies or regional & location restrictions can mean zero infrastructure, we enable communication using just existing mobile phones. Our software is :

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Yoda: Ten Ways Mobile Learning Will Revolutionize Education

04 Education, Academia, Advanced Cyber/IO, Civil Society, Liberation Technology, Mobile
Got Crowd? BE the Force!
Got Crowd? BE the Force!

10 Ways That Mobile Learning Will Revolutionize Education

Fabio Sergio, FastCodeDesign, 20 December 2012

LIST ONLY — Read full article.

1.  Continuous learning
2.  Educational leap-frogging
3.  A new crop of older life-long learners and educators
4.  Breaking gender boundaries, reducing physical burdens
5.  A new literacy emerges: software literacy
6.  Education’s long tail
7.  Teachers and pupils trade roles
8.  Synergies with mobile banking and mobile health initiatives
9.  New opportunities for tradtional educational institutions
10.  A revolution leading to customized education

Phi Beta Iota:  Entire article strongly recommended.  We would have added “just enough, just in time learning” but find the over-all list compelling.

Mini-Me: Do-It-Yourself Cell Phones – A Tipping Point for Humanity

Advanced Cyber/IO, Hardware, Liberation Technology, Mobile
Who? Mini-Me?

Huh?

Open-Source Phone Pushes The Boundaries Of DIY Tech

Tired of high cost mobile phones? Feel guilty that while you’ve got a paper thin phone, it’s hard to recycle elements are destroying the planet ? Turns out, you don’t need Samsung or LG to stay in touch with those you love.

David A. Mellis, from MITs High-Low Tech group, has created a DIY mobile phone out of easily obtained electronic parts and a little bit of plywood. It may not have the internet connectivity or giant touchscreen of your current mobile phone, but it’s a completely self-made, operational phone, which means it’s low impact and free from the constraints of mass production.

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According to Mellis, the initial prototype combines a custom electronic circuit board with a laser-cut plywood and veneer enclosure. The phone accepts a standard SIM card and works with any GSM provider. Cellular connectivity is provided by the SM5100B GSM Module, available from SparkFun Electronics. The display may only be about 1.8″ across, but it does offer color images. Currently, the software supports voice calls, but the folks at High-Low Tech say SMS and other functionality could be added with the same hardware. Altogether the prototype contains about $150 in parts.

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“By creating and sharing open-source designs for the phone’s circuit board and case, we hope to encourage a proliferation of personalized and diverse mobile phones,” say the designers. Want to give it a try? The source code, circuit design files (Eagle), and case design files (Inkscape) are hosted in the damellis/cellphone repository on GitHub.

Phi Beta Iota:  Combined with OpenBTS and Open Spectrum, this puts the stake in the heart of both governments and corporations seeking to create scarcity instead of infinite access.

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Open Source Everything Headlines

16-17 August 2012 London The Global Summit (Occupyish)

#OSE Open Source Everything, Advanced Cyber/IO, Cultural Intelligence, Liberation Technology, Mobile
The Global Summit 2012
In the new global economy, innovation happens in diverse sectors.
The Global Summit is where it all comes together.
As the Olympics come to a close (on August 12), we’ll begin linking social innovators with the teams and technologies they need to create rippling social and economic impact. Be part of it!

The Global Summit 2012 Biennial Meeting :: Aug 16 & 17, 2012

*Main Venue Address:  200 Aldersgate, St. Paul’s, London EC1A 4HD

*Benefit soiree August 15 held off-site (private location TBA).

Time & Dates:

  • Daily Registration, AM Tea & Danish – 8-9am
  • Thursday August 16th – Program Begins (Sharp Start) 9am – 9pm
  • Friday August 17th – Program 9am – 6pm

Delegate registration includes:

  • 2 days of hands on solutions in action with other thought-leaders
  • 2 Full Meals (Sustainable Vegan Cuisine) per day August 16 & 17
  • 3 breaks per day, with tea and snacks
  • Special Workshops and networking events
  • Access to collaboration & networking software
  • Full training in 7 Stages to Sustainability (at Summit and online)

Summit Home Page

SmartPlanet: Glasses provide live language translation

Advanced Cyber/IO, Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Commercial Intelligence, Hacking, Liberation Technology, Mobile
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Glasses provide live language translation

Here’s the scene: you’re traveling, and you walk into a little restaurant and the menu is entirely in a language you don’t understand, without pictures. You’ve got a couple of choices. You can leave, and try to find a place with English translations. You can try to hack your way through a conversation with the waiter, who also doesn’t speak your language. Or, you can point randomly at the menu and live with the consequences.

Well, in the future there will be another, better, answer. Live, realtime translation built into your glasses. Enter: Project Glass. British hacker and DIYer Will Powell has built a pair of glasses that can (albeit roughly) project a translation of your conversation onto your glasses. Here’s what it looks like:

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Patrick Meier: Evaluating the Impact of SMS on Behavior Change

Advanced Cyber/IO, Cultural Intelligence, Geospatial, Mobile, P2P / Panarchy
Patrick Meier

Evaluating the Impact of SMS on Behavior Change

The purpose of PeaceTXT is to use mobile messaging (SMS) to catalyze behavior change vis-a-vis peace and conflict issues for the purposes of violence prevention. You can read more about our pilot project in Kenya here. We’re hoping to go live next month with some initial trials. In the meantime, we’ve been busy doing research to develop an appropriate monitoring and evaluation strategy. As is often the case in this new innovative initiatives, we have to look to other fields for insights, which is why my colleague Peter van der Windt recently shared this peer-reviewed study entitled: “Mobile Phone Technologies Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in a Resource-Limited Setting: A Randomized Con-trolled Trial of Text Message Reminders.”

Full post below the line.  Original source.

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Search: future of osint

#OSE Open Source Everything, Collaboration Zones, Communities of Practice, Ethics, Future-Oriented, Hacking, Information Operations (IO), Key Players, Liberation Technology, Mobile, Policies, Threats

For reasons unknown to us, Google search with source=phibetaiota are superior to internal Word Press searches.

Here are top three hits using the above formula.

Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational]

Open Source Agency: Executive Access Point

OSINT Generic (Category Table at Phi Beta Iota)

OSINT is passe.  Governments and vendors to government have wasted 20 years and perhaps 25 billion dollars in that time.   The refusal to focus on machine-speed translation and inserting geospatial attributes at all points of collection across all collection disciplines, while also refusing to accept multinational human sources unemcumbered by the idiocy of the clearance bureaucracy, have left governments in the stone age.  The next big leap is going to be M4IS2 that routes around governments or — if governments reconnect to their integrity — embraces governments as beneficiaries of M4IS2 (they will never be the benefactors, but one Smart Nation could transform everything overnight).  The biggest change in our own thinking has been the realization that education, intelligence, and research must be reinvented together, and that Open Source Everything is the only agile, acalable, shareable, and affordable means of achieving the necessary pervasive transformations.

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Steve Wheeler: Learning with ‘e’s – Education funnels and webs of learning

04 Education, Advanced Cyber/IO, Knowledge, Liberation Technology, Mobile, P2P / Panarchy
Steve Wheeler

Learning with ‘e’s: Education funnels and webs of learning

There has been a lot of discussion recently about the personalisation of education. The sticking point is that most education is publicly funded, the state has a major stake in how it’s conducted, and therefore dictates what should be taught in schools. […]
by Steve Wheeler

Education funnels and webs of learning

There has been a lot of discussion recently about the personalisation of education. The sticking point is that most education is publicly funded, the state has a major stake in how it’s conducted, and therefore dictates what should be taught in schools. Because of lack of space, time and resources (you will always have this problem when the state intervenes) there is little latitude for personalised approaches and creativity is stifled. Every child gets the same content, and every child is tested in the same, standardised way. The result: children become disenfranchised and demotivated, teachers are exhausted and demoralised, schools are positioned unfairly in league tables, and governments measure success not through human achievement or creativity, but through cold, hard statistics. This is universal education, and if one size does not fit all … tough. Shame no-one has told the powers that be that universal education is unachievable.

Ivan Illich railed against this mindset way back in 1970 in his anarchical, visionary critique of the school system. In Deschooling Society, Illich called for personal learning through informal learning networks, and rejected the funnelling approach of mass, unidirectional, instructivist education systems. More recently, powerful modern day visionaries such as Stephen Heppell and Sir Ken Robinson are saying the same thing. They ask how we can sustain a factory model of education ‘production’, where children are ‘batch processed’ according to their age groups. It’s obvious to any teacher or parent that children develop at different rates, and all have different talents and interests. I suppose we have Jean Piaget and his fellow ‘stage theory’ psychologists to thank for that kind of constrained thinking.

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