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A Y Person walks into a bar.
YP has a couple brewskies to tame the rainy frenetic day.
Soon, it was time to go to the toilet before grabbing a taxi home.

The worries begin.

The toilet door has a simple twist lock in the middle of the inside doorknob.
It looked very worn and untrustworthy. Did the slight twist of the lock really lock the door? 

Z Person comes to the door. No sign of occupancy visible. Shakes the knob and door. Tries again even harder to get in. Both YP and Z have instant anxiety. Luckily, no mutual embarrassment today. The lockset holds.

Back to Y Person. A proven worrier.
The faucet was a twist faucet that required the grip of YP’s hand before the soap. Germs?
The soap was a push and catch. Back of the hand to push. Soap. Rinse. What was in the soap?
Did the soap clean off everything? 
Then tighten the faucet. More germs? Wash hands again?? No way!

Then air dry. Don’t touch anything. Were germs in the room blown back onto YP’s busy hand?

Now the door handle. The dreaded door handle to get out. Round. Has to be grasped. Surely massive disease carrying germs are happily dancing on the grasping hand?

But before exiting, YP’s conscious goes into overdrive. Where did the waste water go?
Into the river? Into water treatment and back into drinking water? What does the fluid pipe transit look like – does it travel miles? More questions fly into YP’s mind.

Suddenly, YP walks to the bartender, grabs a napkin and pen next to the free stale peanut mix, and begins writing. Here is the note left by YP on the bar for all to see.


For No Worries:

Fail Safe Systems

Locksets – visibly secure interior locks with visibly clear exterior signal upon locking

Elections – visible clarity of ballot, visibly secure privacy, secure original documentation trail, multiple independent testing of code and system 

Web Communications – confirmation of send, confirmation of sender, confirmation of receipt, confirmation of privacy protection, confirmation of system integrity

Package Labeling – trusted, documented, replicated assessment of labeling accuracy and product performance – placed on the label (change package labeling to Knowledge Labeling and repeat)

Fine Print - no fine print

Humans –   mutual confirmation of all critical securities – a single government contact point that answers and visibly satisfies every need for food, for shelter, for protection, for health, for disability and old age, for training – with transparent oversight

Lets install No Worries Systems where it matters.
Simple. Cost Saving. Face Saving. Life Saving. Nice.

Y Worlds. No Worries.


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2 thoughts on “No Worries

  1. “The Cybernetic State” by Javier Livas comes to mind where lawyers in the law of the land promoting self induced successive approximations of justice, equality and equanimity with a new circular logic of the reality and truth that every Homo sapiens amans amans is a “Sovereign Identity” ruling the overwhelming saturated overload of information in trusted human commitments P2P, C2C and G2G. For “We The People” to thrive the cybernetic state must be a shared creative commons not a common of tragedies of political representational assumptions based in the self interests of power, greed and high risk denial operating corporate global performance engines that mimic Homo sapiens amans amans.

    My prayer is Y Worlds becomes a repository for “Model Making Planners” who recognize that the fiscal cliff is meaningless in comparison to the climate cliff of unintended consequences in a planetary emerge~n~see of unrestrained growth of consumptive arrogant aggressive behaviors on the Titanic exponential effects in our current predatory chaos. Yet, there is a grace in our humanness capable of redesigning an industrial age and observer errors in the swept along drift of our permanent human concerns. The creative collapsing opportunities offers us the opening to apply every living oar’s hand in solidarity creating a new creative commons for the children of tomorrow. Envisioning a future without poverty, ignorance, war and demands for obedience is our birth right and the Democracy we have dreamed of in the nightmare of our awakening. What a shame when we can all rest in one another and live today in beauty.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AVISWJkkMg
    Mushin

  2. “The Cybernetic State” by Javier Livas comes to mind where lawyers in the law of the land promoting self induced successive approximations of justice, equality and equanimity with a new circular logic of the reality and truth that every Homo sapiens amans amans is a “Sovereign Identity” ruling the overwhelming saturated overload of information in trusted human commitments P2P, C2C and G2G. For “We The People” to thrive the cybernetic state must be a shared creative commons not a common of tragedies of political representational assumptions based in the self interests of power, greed and high risk denial operating corporate global performance engines that mimic Homo sapiens amans amans.

    My prayer is Y Worlds becomes a repository for “Model Making Planners” who recognize that the fiscal cliff is meaningless in comparison to the climate cliff of unintended consequences in a planetary emerge~n~see of unrestrained growth of consumptive arrogant aggressive behaviors on the Titanic exponential effects in our current predatory chaos. Yet, there is a grace in our humanness capable of redesigning an industrial age and observer errors in the swept along drift of our permanent human concerns. The creative collapsing opportunities offers us the opening to apply every living oar’s hand in solidarity creating a new creative commons for the children of tomorrow. Envisioning a future without poverty, ignorance, war and demands for obedience is our birth right and the Democracy we have dreamed of in the nightmare of our awakening. What a shame when we can all rest in one another and live today in beauty.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AVISWJkkMg
    Mushin

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