leap frog ging
same on issuu:
meaning – rather than go through a change incrementally/bureaucratically… jump right to where you want to be.
like so many examples from ie: africa – Toby et al
what we need to do .. can do now. jump over all (clumping ness) the assumed steps to getting to a betterness.
a nother way ness.
rev in reverse ness.
ie: rather than changing (patent et al) laws; getting money out of politics; ed reform;…. let’s leap frog to what we want. to where all the things that are keeping us from us become irrelevant.. ie: systemic change.
More recently the concept of leapfrogging is being used in the context of sustainable development for developing countries as a theory of development which may accelerate development by skipping inferior, less efficient, more expensive or more polluting technologies and industries and move directly to more advanced ones. It is proposed that through leapfrogging developing countries can avoid environmentally harmful stages of development and do not need to follow the polluting development trajectory of industrialized countries. The adoption of solar energy technologies in developing countries are examples of where countries do not repeat the mistakes of highly industrialized countries in creating an energy infrastructure based on fossil fuels, but “jump” directly into the Solar Age.
[deep gratitude to all the meanwhile focused folks. freeing me/us up.. mentally at least.. to focus on leapfrogging. be\cause… i believe this is a moment in time.. where we can leapfrog to a space 7 billion of us crave. but for that dance to dance/sync.. it begs all of us….. jump at once. this.. from our time of experimentation.. and stop and go.. ness of free people.]
Brandwatch (@Brandwatch) tweeted at 3:50 PM – 26 May 2017 :
How blockchain could help emerging markets leap ahead via @harvardbiz: https://t.co/uY7sp5v10p https://t.co/iZdiBmdcQ1 (http://twitter.com/Brandwatch/status/868222736753143808?s=17)
blockchain could secure the entire transactional process
blockchain could leap over the entire transactional process (ie: stop measuring it)
The Dubai Blockchain Strategy (disclosure: Vinay is the designer) envisions moving all government documents — more than 100 million documents per year — onto a blockchain by 2020, creating a new platform for innovation and huge cost savings.
let’s design to make ie: 100 mn docs per yr irrelevant
Educational records, business histories, health care information, and credit ratings could all be made usable the world over, helping those who want to trade or travel to prove their credentials. Anybody who has ever paid too much for a college transcript or tried to clear a shadow on their credit score can see how systems like this would be helpful in our daily lives.
this is exactly what we need to leap over.. render them irrelevant.. not perpetuate them by using tech/blockchain efficiency-ize them
the many ways they might leapfrog developed nations are limited only by the *imagination of billions of people whose first real access to governance and trade infrastructure will look entirely 21st-century
imagination leap.. not bound by assumptions of ie: contracts/validation/measuring…