From time to time you will run into these new terms on the site.
1. The base technology used to build and support “The Cyber World” in Cyber
Space in 4 predefined and distinct phases.
2. The second user friendly environment for the internet also known as the "Cyber World".
V2 Stack - The stack is the design structure of V2 as a whole
and its parts, the foundation, infrastructure and interfaces.
V1 - The first user friendly environment on the internet also known
as the "World Wide Web".
Virtual world – an extension of our
real world that exists only online. i.e. the Cyber World
The Cyber World - (Our revised
1. An online world where users have
the mechanisms in place to transact any business or personal activity as easily
and freely as they can transact them in the physical world.
platform for sophisticated online computing.
3. The futuristic online world of computing.
Internet Convergence - The internet in such an advanced state that
it will allow any process, service, automation or media to be transferred online
in the form of an online application.
Cyber Space – The network of
computers connected around the world, also known as the “Internet”.
World Wide Web – A web of linked
documents and data invented by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 and implemented on the
internet (Cyber Space) in 1990.
Project – This is the mobilization
effort to launch V2 technology, the foundation and building blocks needed to
construct the Cyber World in cyber space.
*not to be confused with Technocracy Inc.
Technocracy - A society ruled by the technical elite
(business and Government).
Crats - Technocrats.
Developers - On our site we use this word to describe
scientist, technicians and engineers as one big group. And sometimes we use it to
describe all computer programmers as a group.
Real world – The real world
we(you and I) live in.
Virtual life – The part of our lives that we manage and conduct online.
Real life – Activities that we conduct in the real world and not done
Virtual industry – terrestrial Industry or non terrestrial Industry that
has virtual infrastructure.
Real Industry - terrestrial Industry or Industry in the real world
Virtual/Cyber Realestate -
foundation and infrastructure components
that make up the landscape of the cyber world that will take on similar
characteristics of realestate in the real world.
Medium Applications – Medium
applications are mass audience applications that are only feasible and easily
deployed across the internet if there was infrastructure in place to support
Digital Industrial Complex (D.I.C.) -
It is a huge sprawling digital complex online that will be in a constant
state of development and maintenance for years to come.
Digital Complex (DC) – Short
term for Digital Industrial Complex
Digital Industrialization – The
process of transforming real world industries into Virtual industries.
Digital Bill of Rights – The online version of your
constitutional and civil rights in the Cyber World. It protects the privacy of
your information and the way you are treated online.
Digital Constitution – Online Constitution for the Cyber World.
D2 – Democracy 2.0
R2 – Revolution 2.0
G2 - Government 2.0
TU - Technological Unemployment
PFP (Pay for Play ) - An economic system and paradigm that shifts the
burden of work to technology/machines thereby reducing the work hours of humans
substantially. In this paradigm human beings derive their pay, benefits and
quality of life from the productivity of technology or other services (skills,
entertainment etc.) that is best provided by humans.
V2 Governance – The structure/framework used to manage and
administrate the V2 framework, infrastructure and the applications that run with
Infrastructure Definition Space (IDS) (Classified)
P3 = Ph4O6
Formula for producing a