New Video: Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet

I am pretty exhausted, I have to ask others for help, rather than figuring it out myself.

Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet –

In the video I show some small steps as part of a broad program of changes over the whole Internet, but no way to do that for some large collections. I don’t see any way to have someone else run my counts, nor access some collections to count myself.

My brother, Clif, knows how to send programs anywhere now. and I am learning more about Docker containers and such. Just a lot of extra steps that I don’t want to burden the Internet users with. I am still trying to do everything myself. And the stakes are high for the problems I am trying to address, but I don’t have the resources to do it all myself. Even a partial ability to parse and read PDFs, Wikipedia, websites, books, computer programs, and xml type things would help.

I can read them all, but trying to standardize and make all the tools browser-assistants.I am back to counting words on the Internet again.

I made this video about it to explain something to my brother, Clif, who is writing a Javascript native compiler. I am trying to get him to help me with a universal compiler for the whole web – a good programming environment for mining and reorganizing the Internet.

The issue is massive duplication on the Internet, and most materials on the Internet not in immediately computer-usable form.

I have tracked the cost of lost time for all human actions on the Internet and it is many times larger than the total world economy. Mostly in things people do not do at all (infinite time to solve or do) because they simply do not have what they need in a form they can use.

Richard K Collins

About: Richard K Collins

Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *