26 Apr 2017

Creating A Humanitarian Think-Tank

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BUCKY FULLER once said: “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete”

04 Apr 2016

The Buckminster Fuller Challenge: Original, Global Idea's Wanted

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Great Music Group!

Recently, a very large humanitarian competition came across my eyes: The Buckminster Fuller Challenge. Inspired by individual’s like Adam Grant and his book ‘Originals’, I decided to enter with my humanitarian vision and architecture. I AM one of the Original’s this reality disparately needs right now. I encourage everyone to stand up and become an Original and then together, we will be able to change this world at light speeds. If you don’t know how to become an Original, then send me an e-mail, there is much that needs to be done.

24 Mar 2016

A Tale of Two Realities

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ESO/L. Calçada

A Tale Of Two Realities

Dear Canada, our home and native land, where the true stand strong and free. The world calls for us. It is time we respond with the uniqueness that makes us a powerful, peaceful, mosaic infused country. One, with the potential to generate a powerful change never before seen on this planet, which we’ve yet to realize.

20 May 2015

The Architect of Ten

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Marcus Vitruvius Pollio (born c. 80–70 BC, died after c. 15 BC)
"Consistency is found in that work whose whole and detail are suitable to the occasion. It arises from circumstance, custom, and nature."

A story about the journey through Life among One from the Ten, who stumbled through a Broken System of Design that was failing his people under the constant pressure of ignorance threaded by their care givers: the Ninety.

04 May 2015

The Importance of an Architect In our Virtual World

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The Importance of Scalability cannot be overlooked in any Level of Design, this an Architect knows.

18 Aug 2015

Understanding The Call Of Innovation

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Client: Hello, is this OY2K Solutions? The company that claims no solution is too big for them to find?

Me: Yes.

Client: Ah, wonderful. That’s a pretty big claim. It’s such a crazy world out there, so much corruption, suffering, everything is spinning out of control, you should try and fix that.

Me: Alright, I will.

Client: Hahaha, nice one. Anyways, time is money! We have this massively large scaled Big Data application of sorts, it runs on many advanced computers and stuff like that, can you help fix it?

Me: Yes.

08 Jun 2015

The Tools of Debugging: From My Old School Records

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It was roughly a year later after my first IT related article for the Visual Basic’s Programmer Journal that I decided to bring my real time debugging design to the ‘hard core’ world of C/C++. I wrote a new design and had it published in another major magazine of the times: Microsoft Systems Journal (now known as the MSDN Magazine). Even in this world, the core principles, in all their complexity, those foundations essential to debugging issues, were being ignored by a vast majority in the application industry, so I set out to help with that and try to make thing’s easier for everyone.

06 Jun 2015

Open the Mind's Eye

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Understanding solutions to the world's problems goes beyond the canvas, creating them requires a mind open enough to see all the possibilities.

25 May 2015

Embracing The 'Fool' In Life

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The Fool - by: Pamela Coleman Smith

Fools are but eyes of truth set upon a world filled with skeptic's, doubt and ignorance.
(Picture By: Pamela Coleman Smith)



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