Review (Guest): What Technology Wants

Kevin Kelly From Booklist:  Verbalizing visceral feelings about technology, whether attraction or repulsion, Kelly explores the “technium,” his term for the globalized, interconnected stage of technological development. Arguing that the processes creating the technium are akin to those of biological evolution, Kelly devotes the opening sections of his exposition to that analogy, maintaining that the …

Who’s Who in Peace Intelligence: Dave Warner

Gov 2.0 Summit 09: Dave Warner, “Rapid Fire: Location, Location, Location” Dave Warner  MindTel ARCH Synergist http://projects.mindtel.com Dave Warner is a Medical Neuroscientist and the Director of Medical Intelligence at MindTel. His interests include interventional informatics, medical communications, distributed medical intelligence, biosensors, quantitative human performance, expressional interface systems and physio-informatics. He has been engaged in …

2003: Peacekeeping Intelligence Leadership Digest 1.0 (Full Text Online for Google Translate)

Peacekeeping Intelligence Leadership Digest 1.0[i] Robert David Steele Ben de Jong, Wies Platje, and Robert David Steele, PEACEKEEPING INTELLIGENCE: Emerging Concepts for the Future (OSS International Press, 2003), pp. 201-225. Original As Published Executive Summary The Brahimi Report, in combination with documented field experience from numerous UN peacekeeping missions, and the memoirs and published statements …

2000 Presidential Leadership and National Security Policy Making

Chapter 12, “Presidential Leadership and National Security Policy Making,” pp. 245-282. PDF (38 Pages): Chapter 12 Presidential Leadership Background The Ninth Annual Strategy Conference, held at the U.S. Army War College in 1998, addressed the theme of “Challenging the United States Symmetrically and Asymmetrically: Can America be Defeated?” In the course of that event, a …