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@ElonMusk

!elonmusk

@elonmusk I would like to sell you #carbonsequestration for $1 per pound. Are you willing to buy any. Please retweet because https://carbonicprod.wpengine.com needs the traffic. #elonmusk

This post @elonmusk is intended to draw Elon Musk’s attention to this website as a roadmap to #carbonsequestration through utilization of a #carbongasificationsolution #CGS allowing Carbonic.live to sell carbon sequestration for $1 per pound.

For 28 years, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has been delivering breathtaking views of the universe. Although the telescope has made more than 1.5 million observations of over 40,000 space objects, it is still uncovering stunning celestial gems. The latest offering is this image of the Lagoon Nebula to celebrate the telescope’s anniversary. Hubble shows this vast stellar nursery in stunning unprecedented detail. At the center of the photo, a monster young star 200,000 times brighter than our Sun is blasting powerful ultraviolet radiation and hurricane-like stellar winds, carving out a fantasy landscape of ridges, cavities, and mountains of gas and dust. This region epitomizes a typical, raucous stellar nursery full of birth and destruction.
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Workflow Driven Life

Everybody can make sense of a workflow driven life. Some people are compulsive about workflow. Some use pencils and tear away lists. Some use notes, notes on the calendar, major appointments in the phone. Performing steps in the best cloud hosted workflow manager would sure solve a lot of problems. It would be like a dream come true.

The features discussed in this post are mostly theoretical in the sense of this post being a user story of Carbonic.live workflows needed. This post promises nothing. It simply describes the expected software behavior and the accompanying data.

“It’s All Imaginary ‘Til It’s Real” — Lyno

By (c) 2021 Lyno Sullivan, Sunday, March 28 7AM

Up Until Now

So what’s it like to live a workflow driven life? It depends on who you are working with today.

First let’s observe our daily workflow cycle driven by tasks on our respective to-do lists. You will keep your task list in your tasks database on your cloud computer. I will keep my task list in my tasks database on my cloud computer. Our respective to-do applications running on our private cloud instances can talk with one another. This allows our individual task lists to coordinate our overall joint tasks and communication assignments.

The calendar of life. We said that performing steps in the best cloud hosted workflow manager would sure solve a lot of problems. We said that it would be a dream come true.

Catch The Dream

Imagine if you could have your own computer hardware in the cloud that you pay for only when you need it. When you are not using your hardware to flip your ones and zeros around, your computing hardware may have disappeared, depending on your configuration. You were running on bare metal and were paying for it. Now your running instance may be resting. Your persistent data is kept in your databases.

Understand The Major Players

An internet search result explains “Cloud computing: AWS is still the biggest player, but Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud are growing fast. Microsoft Azure has slightly closed the gap comfortably maintained by Amazon Web Service (AWS).”

Go With the Leader

AWS is the Biggest Player in Cloud Computing.

Elastic Compute Cloud

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. Amazon EC2 link: https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/ Check it out and be sure to investigate pricing. There are plenty of resellers.

Types of Storage

See AWS types of storage for your data. REMEMBER. Your data is your life. Computing provider is your choice.

https://aws.amazon.com/products/storage/

THE END — Thank You for reading.

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Dear Sister, Your DSN Website

Use Your DSN Website Imagination

By © 2021 Lyno Sullivan and Carbonic.live

Sunday, March 21, 2020, 8 AM

Greetings Sister, 

Thank you for joining me on this page in Carbonic.live. I draw your attention to any subdomains to the left of the “Carbonic.live” root domain and the page folders to the right of Carbonic.live root domain. The subdomains to the left of the domain define where your website is located on the internet. The page folders provide the location of data content and software services within your site.

The blog post you are reading is located at this URL https://carbonicprod.wpengine.com/2021/03/21/dear-sister-your-dsn-website/

The above words convey meaning by an example. If you look in the upper left of your screen you will see “carbonic.live”, known as the “domain”. Were you to see “oliver.sullivan.carbonic.live/WWII” you would rightly expect to find digital copies of Oliver’s World War II. 

Oliver Archives

Imagine a family website named “Oliver.Sullivan.Carbonic.live”? That is the website where carbonic.live would store all of the pictures, writings, audio recordings, video recordings, and serve as the archives of Oliver’s Life. One thousand years from now the digital artifacts of Oliver’s life can be preserved and made available to someone living on Mars. How cool is that?

How Cool is That?

Gathering all of Oliver’s digital data together and putting it at his own website subdomain in the cloud is just the beginning. We will perform artifact handling workflow steps that are different for each kind of artifact. 

A Built-in Workflow Manager

Your DSN and my DSN contain a workflow manager. They can interact with your DSN. When your Todo List receives an action request, a task is created in your Todo List to assign the who, what, where, when, and why. Sometimes the same basic workflow decision steps are performed by you and your computer.

 will be followed for the audio recordings made by Mom and other family members. I could store digitan copies of anything in the Oliver archives to my archive website. Subject to sharing permissions, everyone can have the same digital media at their respective websites. The workflow will complete the copying step using workflow automata. 

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Carbonic.live Money Flow

Carbonic.live adds value to the pricing equation in these ways

  1. The consumer subscribes to the Carbonic.live for $24 per month (retail cost)
  2. Carbonic.live subscribes to the CCX Core at $12 per month (wholesale cost) and adds value.
  3. Carbonic.live ends up with $12 per month net income to be divided according to its money flow distribution pattern.
  4. As an example money flow distribution pattern, consider how Carbonic.live might divide the $12 per month. $1 per month sales commission goes to the Sales Agent who made the sale. The rest of the $12 per month covers overhead, operating costs, capital investor ROI, time investor ROI, and your profit.

Sell Physical and Digital Assets

You can have an auction capability available with your DSN. Were you to want such a thing to be available to you, it is an easy matter. I could write a computer program where, at a click of your pointer you could have a WooCommerce Store where you could buy and sell products. It would take a few minutes at most to plugin a collection of new DSN features that would help you fulfill your imagination. 

Use Non-Fungible Tokens to uniquely

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Family Archive Project

Carbonic.live Needs Helper Time
On a Family Archive Project

Project Location: Woodbury, MN, USA 55125

Please email your proposal to team@carbonic.live of Woodbury, Minnesota, 55125. Be sure to use an email address that will work for you for the long-term. In the email title please use “Lyno Archive Help: <your help proposal title>”. Please keep the proposal to three pages maximum length, including your brief Resume.

Summary Prerequisites

  • You must be 18 years old or older and a U.S. Citizen. You must sign a non-disclosure agreement promising to keep the project contents and operations secrets. The archive collection contains physical and digital artifacts including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret. This applies until the information is published publicly on a public page on the internet.
  • You must record your time and submit your time records for billing purposes.
  • You must be able to drive your car to the worksite or carpool with other Team Members.
  • You must be reliable and show up on-time on a recurring basis.
  • You must be a Student at a Twin Cities campus.
  • It helps if you are eligible for Work Study assignments.

Customer Project Title: Lyno Project

Lyno is my given name. I am the owner of the artifacts disclosed in this “Help Wanted” blog post at the Carbonic.live blog site https://carbonicprod.wpengine.com/ where I am the “Customer” of the Lyno Family Archive Project. I make final decisions as to the workflow to be employed for each artifact type.

Roles You Can Play

The following Project Roles are up for your consideration. Do you have the requisite job skills and capabilities, experience, and an interest in one of the Project Roles listed below? Please explain in your Proposal. Use your imagination to describe how you would like to fit in. How will your involvement with the Lyno Project advance your educational aspirations and goals? Pick one or more roles that interest you and elaborate on them in your proposal, that you email to team@carbonic.live for consideration.

  • Customer role in taken by Lyno
  • Project Archivist — works directly with customer in forming the archive vision and plan. Most likely the Project Archivist and the Project Leader will be the same person.
  • Project Leader — is responsible for making sure that the workflow steps are followed. The Project Archivist makes sure the workflow is followed in order. The archivist is responsible for making sure that each archival step is properly completed and all provenance is gathered and preserved.
  • Coordinator — team members likely have other responsibilities in addition to their work on the archival project. Identify gaps in skills or resources, and then begin to locate people to resolve staffing issues.
  • Writer and Interviewer — audio record provenance and write up the Customer stories told.
  • Project Workflow Worker does tasks as assigned
  • Project Workflow Architect helps design, document distributed network architecture, APIs, and the application of automated and manual workflows.
  • Project WordPress Developer helps maintain the WordPress parts of the Carbonic.live family of websites.
  • Project AWS Developer helps maintain the AWS parts of the Carbonic.live family of websites, comprising databases, storage, computing, analytics, workflow steps, automated and manual steps, queue management, background, batch, serverless, etc.
  • Label Printer Operator prepares the shipping label used to identify the contents of plastic bags and contents. For printed content and ISBN or other information is collected and input to the Label printing step. Content boxes and bags may be nested. All receive a unique shipping label with serial numbers barcodes, QR codes.
  • Scanner Operator stands at an overhead scanner and snaps pictures of pages. The scanner works with pages, books, and magazines. Afterwards artifacts get placed into their boxes and plastic bags.
  • Supplies Inventory Specialist orders supplies and manages inventories of supplies for general office and shipping purposes.
  • Magnetic Media Conversion has equipment for digitizing mono and stereo reel to reel tapes, cassette tapes, VHS tapes, Beta tapes and various audio recorders.
  • Photograph Collection of photos from prints. Scanning of negatives.
  • Digital Files Organizer deals with a vast number of nested directories filled with much content duplicated numerous times.
  • Website content Editor, Author, Contributor, and Subscriber
  • Social Media Promotion Expert
  • Genealogist to study Family Tree

Lyno Project Artifact Types and Workflows

  • Oliver Library – Oliver is Lyno’s father and teacher throughout life. By virtue of a long story I, Lyno, came by the remaining collection of the books that Oliver read over his lifetime. Oliver summarized each book at the front and sometimes he added margin notes. There is a large overhead scanning effort for these book covers and annotated pages. Then the books may be auctioned off through the Carbonic.live store and others will be retained in the main library.
  • Various family records of ancestors related to me by genealogical bloodlines require scanning of Mother Helen and her sister Phylis’s work on tracing the family tree. They corresponded with letters with the keepers of various records of births, deaths and marriages in England, Ireland, and Scotland. There is a overhead scanning workflow that ends up in a subsequent genealogy workflow.
  • Various collections of interesting magazines and books from the 70’s. Through the tech bubble burst of the 2000’s and through the technology years and beyond. These magazines will go through a subsidiary workflow
    • scan ISBN
    • record condition of book or magazine
    • enter target recipient email address
    • enter target physical delivery address
  • Collections of vinyl and other analog media going back to mono reel to reel tape, as well as digital media
  • Nested directories of massively duplicated files
  • Directories filled with digital photographs
  • Movies needing editing
  • Disk drives needing data recovery (SCSI, PCI bus)

Archivist Duties and Responsibilities

Archivists perform many workflow step tasks based upon their specialization. The following core duties and responsibilities are for archivists in general:

Analyze Materials

As an Archivist for the Lyno Archive Project you will handle a wide variety of materials, including documents, books, paintings, maps, films, audio archives, video archives, and so forth. They analyze materials, historical context, physical condition, and content of the material. They will gather provenance from Lyno and other family members he designates.

Preserve Collections

Archive Project leaders and members are responsible for preserving materials correctly. They select archival conservation and storage techniques. In general equipment is cataloged and stored in electrostatic drives. If archive materials require specific environmental conditions, then the archivists will recommend risks and solutions. Lyno or his designee will make final decisions.

Manage Information

You will design and maintain organizational systems to keep track of all archive materials. Computer-based databases will be used for greater efficiency and ease of access. You will developing metadata, preparing indexes, meta-tags, and descriptions of materials. You will convert these into digital formats when possible.

Archivists may make records more available to the public through photocopies and scanned images.They will conduct research on requested topics.

Promote Archive Content

Archivists promote individual materials or collections, encouraging the public to visit the archives at the website.

Work Study

Carbonic.live need to locate Archivist Team members from a Twin Cities college to take on a family archivist project. Further, we seek students seeking Work Study opportunities learning and practicing Archivist technology and methodology.

Google Search: archivist <school>Twin Cities work study internship
https://www.lib.umn.edu/about/employment


Student jobs

The Lyno Project seeks to hire students in many types of jobs within the Lyno Archive Project. Whether you enjoy working with books, analog media, digital media, technology, teams, or all of the above, working on the Lyno Archives Project can help prepare you for success. 


Internships

We seeks to locate a paid internship for a current graduate student or a recent graduate as an Archives Research Assistant to assess, survey, inventory, and describe material related to the Lyno Archive historical files. 

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Carbon Sequestration Process (CSP)

© 2018 Lyno Sullivan

CSP is a safe way to extract carbon from sewage. It can be done in such a way that pathogen free water is produced and may then be used again.

The CSP uses a carbon gasification system, a CGS, which converts agricultural waste, waste in general, garbage, plastic, oil, coal, and tar into methane (CH4). Most of these carbonaceous materials reduce into methane (CH4). The ash by-product makes great cement.

The CSP uses methanogen bacteria to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and convert it into methane. The methane can be used to produce gas fuel, liquid fuel, plastic, and with the addition of nitrogen, fertilizer can be produced. The plastic can be formed into shaped plastic bricks usable for construction purposes. Use CGS ash cement, plastic bricks, and glue to make housing.

What can be done with an island of floating garbage? We might construct a trawler that hoists the garbage into a carbon gasification system (CGS) ship which produces methane used in the propulsion and electrical generation engines.

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Carbon Sequestration Vision

A Simple Carbon Sequestration Vision

© 2019, 2021 Lyno Sullivan

This page is https://carbonicprod.wpengine.com/2021/02/06/carbon-sequestration-vision/

See also

https://carbonicprod.wpengine.com

CCX1550 (C0101 CGS done one-pager Carbon Gasification Sequestration Solution)

“There is an island of floating garbage in the Pacific Ocean.”

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Shoreline tsunami devastation produces tons of floating garbage. That’s a lot of carbon locked up in that floating island of garbage. Carbon sequestration is important. This document explores the vision behind a Carbon Sequestration Process based upon a Carbon Gasification System (CGS) that alters traditional carbon flow systems.

Up until now plastic recycling has been a challenge. Every day, approximately 1,369 tons of Styrofoam is buried in U.S. landfills. That’s upwards of a million cubic feet per day.

The total generation of municipal solid waste (MSW) in 2015 was 262.4 million tons (U.S. short tons, unless specified) of MSW in 2015, approximately 3.5 million tons more than the amount generated in 2014. MSW generated in 2015 increased to 4.48 pounds per person per day. This is an increase from the 259 million tons generated in 2014 and the 208.3 million tons in 1990. There is a lot of carbon in all that garbage. Much of it is accessible through a carbon gasification system.

[CGS Carbon Sequestration Process]

Syngas and natural gas methane can be used to produce gas fuel, liquid fuel, plastic, and with the addition of nitrogen, fertilizer can be produced. The plastic can be formed into shaped plastic bricks usable for construction purposes. Use CGS ash based cement, plastic bricks, and glue to make housing. Housing bricks can be shaped into plastic interlocking bricks. This may be the best sequestration method yet devised.

What can be done with an island of floating garbage? We might construct a trawler that hoists the garbage into a carbon gasification system (CGS) ship which produces methane used in the propulsion and electrical generation engines using DME.

“Convert islands of floating garbage into islands of affordable housing. Lots of sun for gardens to feed the residents. Sun for electricity.”

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Floating island hotels can be built from carbon fiber reinforced plastic hulls which, with enough ballast, could float through a typhoon. Hotel guests will pay well for accommodations on such a large floating island. The workers living on the island can earn a good living selling to tourists from their kitchen, native gift shop, spa, or whatever fills their imagination with visions of a “life well lived”.

[Carbon Sequestration #2 Vision LLS]

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Best Carbon-Capture Technology

(c) 2021 By Lyno Sullivan, Friday, January 22, 2021 at 13:13 PM

Elon Musk says he will award $100 million in

a contest meant to encourage more-innovative carbon-capture technologies

#elonmusk #carbongasification #carbonsequestration
@elonmusk @team
team@carbonic.live

When Elon Musk says he will pay $100 million to locate the best carbon-capture technology, he is speaking the language of Carbonic.Live where our motto is “We Do Carbon Right”. Carbonic.live is an obvious contender for the prize. We have a real shot at winning this prize based upon the material presented in this post and supporting materials.

Hundred Million Dollar Answer

Included in this post are drawings and writings applicable to solving the carbon-capture technology. The problem of excess carbon is easily solved.

The atmospheric carbon level can be held in stasis by changes in the world’s human-safe plastic supply. If more carbon dioxide is needed in the atmosphere, then humans can safely combust sequestered carbon materials. in a Carbon Gasification Solution (CGS) fired plant.

If less carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is desired, several different things can be done. One common answer is to plant more trees. While planting trees would be of benefit, it is only a partial short-term answer to a long-term problem.

The proposed carbon sequestration solution involves burning biomass, coal, waste hydrocarbons and such, through a carbon gasification system where the output is human-safe plastic such as HDPE. All this and more can be built and used at a cost of $1.5 million to $4.5 million per CGS facility depending on the population served.

Calculations were done by a carbonic.live spreadsheet and established that three Biomass and Coal Gasification plants would be able to handle the entire pig sewage supply created by the pork production necessary to feed twelve-thousand (12,000) humans in a net-negative carbon polygon incorporating. Sequestration in human-safe plastic lasting decades to hundred year lifetime. Then recycle the old plastic into new plastic using the Biomass and Coal Gasification process also known as the Carbon Gasification Solution (CGS).

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Elon Musk’s One Hundred Million Dollar Contest Best Solution

https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-100-million-prize-carbon-capture-technology-contest-2021-1

“Elon Musk teased his latest philanthropic endeavor on Thursday: a contest meant to encourage more-innovative carbon-capture technologies.”.

How About The Plastic In The Oceans?

110315-N-IC111-592 WAKUYA, Japan (March 15, 2011) An aerial view of damage to Wakuya, Japan after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami devastated the area in northern Japan. Ships and aircraft from the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group are conducting search and rescue operations and re-supply missions as directed in support of Operation Tomodachi throughout northern Japan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Alexander Tidd/Released)

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One beautiful thing about the Carbon Gasification Solution (CGS) is that the a floating CGS unit can produce enough gas and liquid fuel supply to power the CGS ship as it moves its way through a field of plastic bits and pieces being filtered out by the forward motion of the CGS ship relative to current flow. The CGS could be mounted well below waterline for added ballast for floating what is, in essence, a blast furnace heatable at up to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit. A submarine hull one atmosphere below the surface, with its ballast would create a living unit. Adding carbon fiber to the plastic changes its material properties.

Types of Gasifiers

http://www.syngastechnology.com/gasification_2.html

How About Human Sewage

In a polygon encompassing twelve thousand (12,000) humans, getting rid of human sewage waste can be a problem. Rather than dumping it in a nearby waterway suppose sewage was diverted into carbon gasification solution (CGS) system. Before we tackle human sewage we are better served by doing a prototype first.

R&D: Prototype Pig Poop

Pig poop processed by a carbon gasification system (CGS) produces liquid and solid waste output. These outputs lend themselves to a predictable outcome. This serves as an excellent R&D testbed for swine and human sewage handling. The backend will produce HDPE with the right catalysts.

Drawings

CGS Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Gasification Solution (CGS) is part of the CGS Carbon Cycle.

CGS Syngas Supply

A02 CGS+Syngas+Supply

There exist various input supplies to the carbon gasification solution (CGS).

A03 CGS+Velocity
A04 CGS+Reactor+Template

A05 CGS+Gravity+Reactor
A06 CGS+Reactor+Plasma
B01 CGS+Carbon+Sequestor
C01 CGS+Water+Supply
C02 CGS+Electricity
C03 CGS+Hydrogen
C04 CGS+Oxygen
C05 CGS+Syngas
png02 CGS+Time+Investor+Intake
png03 CGS+Ideas
png04 CGS+Talent+Attraction
png05 CGS+Schools
png06 CGS Mentors
png07CGS+Budget

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Distributed Social Networks in Politics

DSN Politics FAQ

Q: What is a Distributed Social Network, known as a DSN?

A: A DSN is a network where every participant owns the data on their own social media host server, which is operating in the cloud.

Central social media servers host internet end-points like Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Instagram, TikTok and many other single URL hosted central social media websites.

Numerous central server technology challenges are neatly avoided when every human owns their own distributed social media cloud server. This host becomes an owner’s end-point of the Internet.

Distributed social media servers become end-points on the internet like these.

Political Endpoint Subdomains

Example Political Endpoints

Republican.Carbonic.live
DonaldTrump2022.Carbonic.live
Trump2024.Carbonic.live
Woodbury55125MN.Carbonic.Live

Imagine beautiful endpoint sub-domain names like the ones above. It hangs out there on the internet.

Q: What’s wrong with centralized social media solutions versus what’s right with distributed social media solutions?

  • A1: There is a central single point of network failure meaning that when the central server goes down unexpectedly the entire centralized social media network goes down.
  • A2: centralized networks are subject to the control of whomever owns the data, computing resources, storage resources, communications systems, and the equipment and software used to spy on humans and seek to control their behavior.
  • A3: Facebook’s Zuckerberg, a man who has been hauled into Congress concerning privacy and other important topics, behaving as a powerful Technology Czar cutoff President Trump’s Facebook communication channel. It is the day recorded in history that two Titans of power and control, humorously dubbed “Zucky and Trump” did battle over Trump’s information channel to Trump’s political base.
  • A4: As everybody can imagine, data may turn out to be the new weapon of war. Spying is all the rage these days. The story goes like this. Simply 1) gather a community and 2) house the community members on a data server you own or have access to and 3) legally or illegally spy on them. Steal their private data, inspect it, dissect it, run it through the blender, throw it into artificial intelligence (AI), reconstitute it, and feed it to machine learning (ML) automata, which speak Lambda and Python. The end result can be a deeply known personality profile of a user’s private data.
  • A5: Of course the data at the central servers is owned in that manner deemed best in for the central server crowd. Think about what this means for the inevitable future of distributed social networks.
  • A6: Simple questions sometimes have complex answers that reduce into simple answers, like “What’s wrong with centralized social media solutions versus what’s right with distributed social media solutions?”. The winner is clearly that Distributed Social Network (DSN) is the right solution.
  • A7: If you are not paying for the product, then you are the product.

Q: What does it take to shutdown a centralized social media server.
A: One centralized social media mogul can shut down an an entire centralized social network, upon a whim and at the press of a button. Any member of a centralized social media server can be shut down, silenced, and censored upon the whim of an agent of the centralized mogul. The centralized social media empire can behave like a nest of wasps doing the work of a media mogul behaving like the Queen Wasp.

Q: What does it take to shutdown a distributed social media DSN server?
A: The owner of the DSN’s data can shut their own DSN down. It takes a technically proficient bad actor human with machine automata tools to shut down a DSN that they do not own. Strong passwords comprise one part of the Security Plan builtin automatically by the https://ownsocial.io host site builder.

Q: What’s the difference then?
A: 2.7 billion Facebook users could be shut down upon one centralized command, whereas trying to shutdown 2.7 billion individually owned DSN hosts that are individually operated would be a daunting task.

Q: What if Trump had used a CoCreateX distributed social network data ownership product named a DSN which costs twelve dollars or more per month ($12/mo).

  • A1: For sake of discussion let’s assume there are one million Trump fans, admirers, partisans, and supporters who buy and have built their private DSN for $12 per month or $24 per month or more depending Diamond Core applications, education, and support costs.
  • The following example steps demonstrate a step based workflow that delivers messages to a political base.
    • Trump publishes a Topic Post at his DSN
    • Trump’s channel controller notifies everyone of a new post in Trump’s Topic Subscription Channel
    • Interested DSN owners subscribe to Trump’s subscription
  • A2: It is possible that some gang of independent agents along with conspirators like big warring multi-national corporations, governments, agencies, decide to gang up with one another other Free Speech denying organization to attack and seek to get inside DSN servers to copy secrets, design specifications, test results, and so forth.
  • A3: Getting the data stealing agents to individually seek to attack DSN will raise “bad actor” warning flags which are communicated. Bad actors will be quickly detected and added to the blacklists. Their IP address will be shared among DSN “call tree” alert notification system. After being passed around by 1,000,000 (one million) active DSN hosts, that are mostly just hanging out waiting for data work, handling bad actors sounds like a challenge game of “Kick Bad Actors Out”.
  • All this DSN capability is or will soon be added to the Carbonic Diamond Core by means of the CoCreateX DSN Diamond Core.

DSN Diamond Core

The DSN ultimate Diamond Core is baked into the DSN builder process that allows a human to build a DSN website in under one minute and at the push of a button. Upload some images and pick a few colors. View the home page that will be built for you by the builder process. Pick the Plan Option and proceed. Click the “Submit” button. Click Nothing and wait for the clickable URL to your new domain. Wait for the secret key email at your email account. Sign-in to your new OwnSocial DSN. You are a WordPress administrator. You have a blog. Start there. As an advisory alert: If you don’t pay for your computing resource and data, and if the product is “free”, then you ARE the product.

The only absolute requirement is that you provide an email address at a verifiable server that stays up for an extended period of time for a monthly DSN mail server status test and payable bill submission . This is serious business because your account can be switched to read-only mode until your mail server is back on-line. Adding you to the blacklist is a possibility. People must subscribe to your channel for your Free Speech message to be heard.

Portable Diamond Core Fits On a Deck of Cards Sized Stylish Device Suitable for Pocket, Purse, or Pack.

(Estimated Diamond Core Inclusion Q2 2021)

That being said and speaking to the Elegance and Strength of the Diamond Core and speaking of the Social Value of one of your DSN copies: imagine being the first person at a party to show around your Raspberry Pi pocket or pack carried RPi DSN. You can show your new “must have” device to your admiring friends by attaching an HDMI cable and a USB keyboard and mouse devices. If your admiring friends want a site of their own simply go to the appropriate builder and create a valid DSN. Show them how to get into the DSN in the role of the startup administrator, simply by reading their email and doing some clearly explained copy-pastes if ID values and passwords. It is worth having your own portable DSN on a computer the side of a deck of cards.

Meanwhile, for every closed sale of a DSN from your DSN you are eligible to receive a $1 sales commission per month on every sale initiated from your blog page or store page that lands in the CoCreateX INC website for final payment, this creates a transaction with lots of information useful to the DSNs involved, centered around closing transactions and keeping the money straightened out and part of an auditable flow.

Your Diamond Core DSN Computes Data In the Cloud

Here’s something to think about. Your always on DSN setup in the cloud comprises some API accessible cloud data storage resources and computational elements available to users directly by a UI / UX / VRML, and computational elements. Foreground Data is available to humans and robots by means of an Application Programming Interface, also known as an API. Unseen messages queue up according to DSN owner message switching filters.

(Estimated Diamond Core Inclusion Q3 2021)

Background Data is available to humans and robots by means of an Application Programming Interface, also known as an API.

Batch Data is available to humans and robots by means of an Application Programming Interface, also known as an API.

Each Database running in a serverless mode uses no computational costs while waiting for work to do. When AWS receives the right notification that a server is needed, AWS starts the clock running and starts the service. Input messages arrive and are typically placed into a queue awaiting dispatching gated and other step functions pertinemt to a workflow.

Databases store all kinds of data. Each database has its own Create Read Update Delete (CRUD) computational resources to match up to data resources that need processing resources. Various queries are available in the API.

Distributed Social Network (DSN) Example Databases

User

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The User Database Table contains one record type keyed by email-address. A status code tracks the progress. The email address is verified by sending the a Builder created host initial login credentials.

Role

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The Role Table defines all human and automata roles a given user can attain. Examples are subscriber, contributor, editor, administrator, bookkeeper, accountant, and so forth.

Host-URL-Domain-Part

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The following URL has domain name parts.
top level domain = “.io’ knows as “In and Out”
parent domain = “.ownsocial”
grandparent = “.politics”
great-grandparent = “.trump”

The above URL parts combine to form the URL

trump.politics.ownsocial.io

Host-URL-Domain-Part

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In a given dot separated domain names a DSN builders exist in the parents and children relationships with transitive closure handling constraints. Example domain strings are as follows.

Here lives the builder for the parent domain, for example:

politics.ownsocial.io
At this builder level lives the builder for

URL string domains like
REP for “Republican”
DEM for “Democrat”
ENV for “Environment”
PAC for “Political Action Committee”
LAB for “Labor Unions”
TRU for “President Trump”

Hence
https://platform.TRU.ownsocial.io
is a totally buildable social network URL address

A person or a community may subscribe anywhere in the name tree where a given DSN can exist. It may be open or closed to subscriptions to as many public subscriptions as they choose. Hence, the final host traversal tree operates recursively by the builder parts parsing right to left and creating up to the length of the URL name is 253 ASCII characters.

The full domain name may not exceed a total length of 253 ASCII characters in its textual representation. Thus, when using a single character per label, the limit is 127 levels: 127 characters plus 126 dots have a total length of 253. In practice, some domain registries may have shorter limits. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_name )

And so, building sites for people involves going recursively, generating right to left, those URL named parent domain and child domain relationships and creating default publications and subscription along the way.
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User-Role

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Session-Data

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Database-User-Workflow-Step-Locks

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Build Your Distributed Social Network (DSN) at:

https://ownsocial.io

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Transformation

by Lyno Sullivan, Thursday, January 7, 2021 at 6AM Woodbury

What does it mean for something fundamental to experience a transformation? These days it feels like we are living through a societal transformation of some kind. Perhaps we are simply changing as a species in a big way because of the introduction of computer technology into our lives.

Fundamental to Human Life

Well, there’s a new social media giant coming our way, some will recognize it in a heartbeat. Visit this site to experience the new Distributed Social Network (DSN) solution. Please follow this link to better understand what’s happening.

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Why is social media so important to the human life? Surely, building one’s own end-point of the internet is a great aspirational goal.

Up Until Now

Today, Personal Transformation can happen by means of the application of technology to a human’s social life. Up until now a person’s internet social life has been defined by connecting with a bunch of other people they know or meet at some social media site. These meetings happen according to Almighty Book of Rules of some Centralized social site like Facebook or Twitter. Each such centralized social network owns a slice of someone’s business or personal social life. Visit all the central social media sites a person belongs to see their social life.

At these centralized social media sites, humans aware of the truth feel that they are treated like specimens on a slide under a microscope. In some so called “free” service businesses, the specimen’s data is gathered and subjected to Artificial Intelligence (AI) analysis of everything known about that human specimen. These sites take the specimen’s personality profile information and sell it or swap it with other data microscope companies. In doing so, the companies create personality profiles of each specimen microscope specimen. These human specimen personalities becomes so personal that they should be protected by HIPAA laws used protect medical data.

From Now On

Suppose that from now on there exists a newer and better answer. And the answer is so simple. Setup your own public website where you own your data and protect it with tight security and regular backups.

Transformation Happens

Suppose one uses so called “free” Central Social Manipulation and Central Social Media solutions to run their work and social lives. Other than having to maintain so many usernames and passwords, the centralized social networking experience works for some people.

Instead each and every human should arrange to subscribe to a CCX OwnSocial™ Network DSN solution, where everyone owns their own data which is kept at their places in the cloud. When some role based human or organization wants access to any part of another humans data, the permission of the private data holder must be sought and received. Then the seeker can be presented with a sensible view of the owner’s data per permitted purposes and durations.

Walk Transforming Pathways

Now the matter is up to the reader. Are they ready to take the leap? Their answer may well become a defining moment of their life. There is value in a person belonging to several communities of people sharing the public feeds from selected publishers. By accepting the public feed from various DSNs, one can present other sites DSN public content. The subscriber’s website always has fresh content. The time is now, for each DSN owner to go to their OwnSocial network host and watch their content streaming by from their selected content source sites. They only see the publication feeds from sites they subscribe to.

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carbonic.live is under attack by automata

by Lyno Carbonic on Sunday, December 27, 2020, at 7 AM

With a heavy sigh I begin this post. The truth in a nutshell is that carbonic.live has been hanging out there for quite some time on the internet. Exposed to coordinated attacks by swarms of automata. I am still letting that reality sink in. A thousand questions that arise distill down to precious few: who is doing this, what are they looking for, what is their intent, what is the risk to carbonic.live of a break-in, what is the risk to me personally, and to my network of friends? Below is one small snippet provided to me by my firewall log of attacks. There’s other info in the log entry. It feels like the epic digital battle has come to the carbonic.live doorstep.

A snip of a firewall log of attack failures.
Figure 1. Firewall log snippet of attacks that failed.