H3S1: I will seek $1-mn seed funding for 10%
H3S2: I will dump this company back into Distractify, to form a $100-mn conglomerate, and resume 90% control.
Hu: Some cash might be required on my part, to re-purchase Distractify, but the investors have either 1) negged the company’s value down to $1-mn or lower at this point, despite its $100-mn-if-you’re-dumb LAMP stack, or 2) know that I still own over 1/3 of something much greater #checkmate
H4S1: I will re-contact Vadym Prokurenko, in Ukraine, to complete the buy-out of Flare’s code-base, which contains several thousand lines of cutting edge Web-Sockets implementation, and a SWIFT front-end.
H3S3: I will raise a $50-mn Series B<record!> and continue where I left off:
H4S1: Series C: $100-mn:
H4S2: Series D: $200-mn:
H4S3: Series-E: $500-mn:
Post: Each round will surrender 10% | stake<hard-nosed!>.
H3S4: I will make a bid to buy PHP-group.
H4S1: $50-mn cash offer, I will expand the team to 1,000 developers over 5 years, and all core volunteers will be brought on to min.$125k-positions.
H4S2: Separately from this, I will motion to re-hire several former tech leads:
H5S1: Perl legend Maarten Schenk, CTO of Trendolizer, which I bought, and sold back, regrettably, for about $20k in 2014<dirty!> Maarten briefly relocated to Brooklyn, and were in discussions to run my stat-arm.
H5S2: Russian CTO, and media legend, Shavkat Anyurin, who is now working state-side at Volkswagen, last I checked. I will bring Shavkat back on to run the Web-RTC team, as before.
H5S3: Ukrainian iOS developer, Sergey Khliustin. I will promote Sergey, who worked for me for a few years in 2015-6, and again from 2017-8, on Web-Sockets development. Sergey will be promoted to lead Web-Sockets developer, on the front end.
H5S4: I will contact Heinz Schweitzer to be the PHP Web-Sockets lead, non-core.
H5S5: I will re-hire Anatolii Schevchenko, now at Facebook, a former iOS developer, and promote him to iOS platform lead.
H5S6: I will motion to acquire Ukrainian software outsourcing company QArea, to supply my PHP development staff, including HTML/CSS/JS integrations, for $10-mn.
H5S7: I will buy out the rights to Ken Thompson, Rasmus Lerdorf, and Brendan Eich, starting them with min.$1-mn per year base salary, and place them, along with an invitation to Elon Musk, and Dr. Ken Regan, to be on my programming standards | board, and give them leeway, each, to build teams, up to 1,000 employees, internally, to continue development of C-core, PHP-core, and JS-core.
H6S1: I expect to quickly make back my investment by licensing each of these newly closed-source technologies.
H4S3: I will slap IP on PHP, close-source it, and sell a licensing agreement, for PHP to be used in every website.
H5S1: This will enrage the open source community, but under my guidance, the PHP group will output more high quality code, at a faster rate, than they were, in the previous paradigm. H5S2: With good behavior, from the community, we will plan to bring it back to open source, after a 2-3 year hiatus, after which time, PHP will be a complete web language #
H4S4: I will buy the copyright for RFC-6455 from IETF for $50-mn:
H4S5: I will buy Google’s IP for Web-RTC for $50-mn, plus a 5% stake in BOWSER:
H4S6: I will buy out Enscape for $30-mn, rewrite it in BOWSER<fbno>, and flip it to Autodesk for 10% stake in Revit:
H4S7: I will buy out De.SEQ-2 from Bioconductor for $30-mn, and leverage it to launch the world’s first software-led biotech R&D studio, and industrial pharmaceuticals manufacturer:
H4S8: I will buy out Temple-OS from the estate of the late Terry Davis<1969-2018> for $3-mn and use it to launch Game Engine, which will license a 4-D physics engine<fbno> that would have been up to Davis’s standard, to modern shooters like Halo Infinite, and be the basis for all modern gaming, and calculator engines:
H5S1: I will continue development in Temple-OS<min-1000><#p-f> in Holy-C, and use it to H5S2: develop the first realistic q.tum-physics simultation engine, and H5S3: leverage this to launch Q.tum-prog,inc.
H4S9: I will buy out Real Social Dynamics from Owen Cook, Julien Blanc, and Nick Cho for $50-mn:
H5S1: I will launch a professional school for social skills, and networking. H5S2: I will appoint Owen Cook as the head of paid content at Distractify Media.
H4S10: Will buy out WAMP-server for $50-mn:
H4S11: I will buy Apache foundation for $100-mn:
H3S5: I will sell a 50% stake of Private Web to Verizon, and lobby the US government to register it as a Telecoms utility:
H3S6: I will form a separate entity for BOWSER-everything, and outmaneuver Elon Musk, by taking a 10% investment from Tencent:
H3S7: I will launch an accredited institution; at this point, head count will be at 10,000, called Chess University, to supply 1,000 head per year exclusive rights to my company.
H4S1: Chess University will be built on Material in Chess ’22.
H5S1: That’s right, I wrote a pedagogical curriculum to train future employees, before I built the company #forward-thinking #fbno<fbno>
H4S2: Chess University will graduate 6,000 undergraduates per year #permanus
H4S3: I will collaborate with the NCAA to launch a team-based, Olympiad-style college chess league:
H4S4: I will buy out the American Ultimate Disc League, https://usaultimate.org/, https://www.fide.com/, and https://new.uschess.org/ for $30-mn, total.
H5S1: I will launch the Pro Chess League, following the NCAA’s 4v4 Olympiad style play, with a unique 15+0/3+2/1+0 format, classical later, and franchised teams.
H4S5: I will lobby the US Department of Education to elevate Chess Education to strong | evidence, for its efficacy:
H5S1: As part of this, we will also lobby # for spaced repetition retrieval training:
H5S2: I will motion to acquire Anki from Damien Elmes for $30-mn:
H3S8: I will launch a private currency, Flareons, that will map onto the information economy, a 2 currency system, published on a private, stake-based blockchain:
H4S1: Flareons will be the world’s first non-scarce currency:
H3S9: I will go public on NASDAQ, after spending $100-mn lobbying the US government to increase soft-tech regulations.
H4S1: Soft-tech regulations must match US-utilities:
H4S2: BOWSER will be the last soft-tech company standing:
H3S10: I will acquire the Timmkoo for $3-bn and build the first protocol-ready mobile device, with BOWSER:
H4S2: BOWSER will be written as an Android OS:
H4S3: The UX will be funneled through BOWSER-everything:
H4S4: The device will come with built-in private web:
H4S5: The device will have fire-net:
H5S1: Fire-net is a developing technology, that allows devices to hot.spot-control each other directly, without being connected to an external pole #
H4S6: The device will be able to remote-control other devices, with p-dash, and upgrade them to private web, and BOWSER:
H4S7: While the remnants of JS-frameworks burn in ashes, I will now have enough money to buy a planet, outside the solar system.
H5S1: I will pay Elon $3-tn to build a shuttle, from his Mars-base, to the planet, that I now own.
H3S11: Correspondence with Jonathan Kay, LinkedIn:
- If I were to summarize it in 10 points: 1) I want to unify all back-end programming, including desktop programming, and with mobile as a backend under the PHP->C umbrella, and annihilate back-end JS for its incorrectness, and relegate Python, Go, and other sidebars to specialties. This can be accomplished by enforcing WAMP-installations, which I propose here: https://www.wordpress.materialinchess.com/2022/11/12/h2s117-researching-how-to-push-p-dash-to-users-with-minimal-pc-capacity-usage/ For <3-gb, users will get a web-native OS installed on their computer, and the ability to interface, without TURN, with anyone else on IP. 2) Enforce coding standards at the rigor of how Exxon Mobil’s oil rigs are regulated, or standard legal, or medical practice. This will wipe out about 99% of market cap in big soft-tech. I have lobbying budget allocated in H2S91 3) My textbook will be used for internal training; within a month of joining my company, an average programmer will be as good as Google’s $5-mn. I have a lot of research to back this up: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1j4435U6-Gi0_QHRFxkMa5mEbsDfSddP 4) I’ve invented a unique cli-ser-ser-cli architecture that I think will enable true peer-to-peer networking, which does not simply connect browser to browser. This involves WAMP-server, which I would love to acquire; open source projects like WAMP and PHP-group are cheap, but worth trillions. Close PHP and see how quickly Facebook comes crying with $-billions in licensing, if Snap is willing to pay $2-bn for server space: https://www.vox.com/2017/3/1/14661126/snap-snapchat-ipo-spending-2-billion-google-cloud
- 5) The internet should be standardized as a utility, like power lines, but separate. This should bring some standardization to IETF core, starting with TCP/IP, HTTP, and eventually, Web-Sockets, and Web-RTC, making it as easy to write real-time as it is to write some basic HTML tags, the state of modern programming.
- 6) Under my paradigm, 90% of traffic across this utility will be peer to peer<cli-ser-ser-cli>, which if not subtractive, will 10x the overall volume of the internet, and currently, I’m the only person who understands the architecture that I’ve invented, for this. This 90% ratio is what we see with the telephone, for example, a much older system, that has undergone more evolutionary cycles.
- 7) I’m expecting users to pay for my service like they pay Verizon for their router, and I can merge with Verizon at some point. This is not some penny-less website that burdens you more than it helps you, this is a technical service, that requires professional installation. As such, I’m expecting, at maturity, to make $2,000 per user, per year, as the starting point. The justification is that my private web service will provide all the user’s needs, for 10,000 lines of code, and WAMP: a) email b) video conferencing c) bookmarks management d) real-time messaging e) document-sharing f) remote desktop control, which is about 99% of value-driving features on the web. Again, all of this happens on a private, whitelisted basis, simulating, unlike Slack, but truly, the experience of working behind a closed door office.
- 8) I’m expecting to have unprecedented leverage over a) government institutions, b) the IETF, W3, PHP-group, and other institutional developers c) telecomms, like Verizon, and all these connections, will be required, to get protocol-level bends that are required to make this happen. Presently, if you dig into the state of Web-RTC programming, about 90% of it is because they can’t get past NATs in browsers, since most Web-RTC implementations get sniffed out like torrent-hacks. That’s just a signal of insufficient programming ability, but the head honchos will play ball with BOWSER, especially when the promise is that the US reaches next stage tech maturity.
- 9) I will be making numerous open-source contributions to WordPress, a fellow PHP-service, in order to expand its applicability to small businesses; WP is currently at the cusp, and there are ways to deepen engagement, WooCommerce for payments, AAM plugin for login. Currently, websites are just posters. In the near future, they will be ultra-secure paid content and client delivery portals. This will 100-x the web-services industry, and we’ll use this as a revenue farm early on, unscalably, and later, WordPress will be the public-facing layer of the private web. See H3S7: https://www.wordpress.materialinchess.com/2022/09/24/h2s4-architectural-decisions-for-wordpress/H2S4: Architectural decisions for WordPress
- 10) Looping back around, ultimately, my most significant contribution will be the integration of chess into education, because chess teaches logical thinking, critical thinking, creative thinking as a subject, and not incidentally. Chess also contains some hundred year secrets of computer science. I have a religious view of this: there are keys, without which the secrets of comp-sci cannot be unlocked. dig into the history of comp-sci and you’ll see Illuminati-tier connections to chess, all over the place, seemingly, by every major figure. Read my book. Plus, all my employees will be linked to the private web, which means we will have internal LAN tier networking, remote, around the world, and so I expect our internal collaboration, with all these factors, to be 1-mn+ higher than mean. I’m the only person who can compete with Tencent, and save the US from domination.