H2S20: Streaking through the protocol-ready layer #

Hu: via LinkedIn: In 2022, running into an IQ barrier, that is accompanied by a low.IQ-paywall, should turn one into a philosopher, rather than a code-monkey:

H3S1: Mis-application as a barrier:

H3S2: How to visually-identify the protocol-ready:


H3S3: The desktop has peak | immediacy, and mobile is portable:

Hu: Do not confuse portability with immediacy; the immediacy of mobile is represented by the fact that it still costs # at least $99 to open an iOS app, and the development time, to get through the publishing stage, is anything but.

H4S1: How to create desktop shortcuts for web pages using Chrome:

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H3S4: The USD is not immediate:

Hu: The protocol includes financial | transaction, and this is the last level, before the loop. However, if American consumers have not adopted, even, the cashless | economy PewResearch<a-r>: // cite quote, then the US-dollar, as a whole, is not immediate, and if it’s not immediate, it’s not part of the protocollayer. This also means that, by definition, if people take you seriously, they are not qualifying you for payment, in US-dollar, they are qualifying you for social | capital, in the primitive.humanbrain<WP.MIC-H2S24>, and at least half of this, has to do with governance, and that’s how the US-dollar should be as well, if it backed a government ’22. Being as the dollar-itself is stuck at H4S1, anyone who is past it, is already part of the government.


Howley, Daniel P<april.13-22> https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/how-to-create-desktop-shortcuts-for-web-pages-using-chrome

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