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The Open-Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth, and Trust (Manifesto Series) von [Steele, Robert David]
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"If you have ever thought that the U.S. intelligence system is structurally dysfunctional you will not be disappointed by Steele. The bottom line is that if you satisfied with a status quo which operates on the basis of "a top-heavy, opaque, centralized, and rigidified system that misses the big picture and rewards a few at the expense of the many," then don't read Steele's book." —Huffington Post

"Robert Steele is about 100 times as smart and 10,000 times as dangerous as the best of the hackers, for he is successfully hacking the most challenging of bureaucracies, the U.S. intelligence community, and doing it for the right reasons."
—Bruce Sterling, Wired magazine and author of Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier

“Few have thought as deeply or imaginatively about such questions as a super-smart former Marine and intelligence officer named Robert D.
Steele.…”
—Alvin and Heidi Toffler, authors of War & Anti-War: Survival at the Dawn of the 21st Century
 
“Robert Steele is unusual for an American … he is clearly internationalist in his orientation. He has written a book that can bring us together in facing our greatest enemies: ignorance, poverty, and mistrust.”
—Rear Admiral Hamit Gulemre Aybars, Turkish Navy (Retired)
 
“Robert Steele’s vision for the future of intelligence is clearly ‘internationalist’ in nature. It focuses on regional partnerships … and on the value of open source intelligence collection.”
—Rear Admiral Dr. Sigurd Hess, DE N(Ret), Former Chief of Staff, Allied Command Baltic Approaches
 
“Constantly committed to truth and honesty, [his work] demonstrates his ability to grasp the real issues and to take into account the views and concerns of men of good will from all nations and all cultures.”
—Admiral Pierre Lacoste, French Navy (Ret), Former Director of Foreign Intelligence (DSGE)
 
“Robert Steele goes well beyond the original visions of the best of the Directors of Central Intelligence, and has crafted a brilliant, sensible, and honorable future for the intelligence profession.”
—Major General Oleg Kalugin, KGB (Ret), Former Elected Deputy to the Russian Parliament
 
“Over a broad canvas reflecting the changing nature of information and information technologies, Robert Steele lays the foundation for the future of e-intelligence.”
—Commodore Patrick Tyrrell, OBE, Royal Navy, United Kingdom
 
“Steele consistently has been well ahead of the pack in his appreciation for everything from open source research to the implications of technology … his work thrills with its insights and ideas.”
—Ralph Peters, author of Fighting for the Future: Will America Triumph?
 
“Steele’s concept is simple: Empower the citizen and private sector to gather and analyze intelligence so that we can make informed decisions [using] Open Source Intelligence gathering [that] is faster, smarter, cheaper…”
—Robert Young Pelton, author of World’s Most Dangerous Places and producer of Come Back Alive
 
“Robert Steele deserves our admiration and our focused attention for bringing the idea of open source information to the fore. His passion to serve the nation by developing this new approach … is exemplary.”
—Lieutenant General Patrick Hughes, U.S. Army (Retired), Former Director, Defense Intelligence Agency

 

Kurzbeschreibung

What the world lacks right now—especially the United States, where every form of organization from government to banks to labor unions has betrayed the public trust—is integrity. Also lacking is public intelligence in the sense of decision-support: knowing what one needs to know in order to make honest decisions for the good of all, rather than corrupt decisions for the good of the few.

The Open-Source Everything Manifesto is a distillation of author, strategist, analyst, and reformer Robert David Steele life's work: the transition from top-down secret command and control to a world of bottom-up, consensual, collective decision-making as a means to solve the major crises facing our world today. The book is intended to be a catalyst for citizen dialog and deliberation, and for inspiring the continued evolution of a nation in which all citizens realize our shared aspiration of direct democracy—informed participatory democracy. Open-Source Everything is a cultural and philosophical concept that is essential to creating a prosperous world at peace, a world that works for one hundred percent of humanity. The future of intelligence is not secret, not federal, and not expensive. It is about transparency, truth, and trust among our local to global collective. Only "open" is scalable.

As we strive to recover from the closed world corruption and secrecy that has enabled massive fraud within governments, banks, corporations, and even non-profits and universities, this timely book is a manifesto for liberation—not just open technology, but open everything.


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 241 Seiten
  • Verlag: EVOLVER EDITIONS (5. Juni 2012)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Brave, provocative and valuable 7. Juni 2012
Von Ralph H. Peters - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Read this compact book in an evening--and think about it for a year. Robert Steele long as been one of our most interesting and challenging thinkers (although his writing is clear--a reflection of clear thought), and this book is a cri de couer, his "Give me liberty, or give me death!" demand that our government, our system and our citizenry rethink the far from benevolent disorder into which we have lured ourselves. My review cannot do justice to the richness of thought compressed in this book. Nor do I agree with every proposition the author raises--that's not the point, which is to spur us to liberated, creative thought. But I very strongly recommend this book to every citizen, no matter his or her political hue, who is unafraid of facing the future and who dares to embrace change. There are many points I'd like to raise from the book, but, to me, an effective review should be reasonably succinct, so I'll limit myself to briefly noting a few of the topics that particularly engaged me: A basic point of Steele's is that "The U.S. government does not study anything holistically. Everything is studied in isolation from all else." As someone with extensive government experience, I certainly can attest to the painful, destructive truth of this point: We're like the fable of the blind men and the elephant, except that we're legions of blind men and the elephant has already fled the zoo by the time we complete our analysis. Some sections of the book are, to me, worth the full price by themselves, not least his discussion of "liberation technology" and his provocative views on how its spread can better aid humanity. Next, his discussion of "panarchy," interconnected self-government(to over-simplify the concept)moves several steps beyond current notions of the viability and utility of connectivity. Another aspect of the book to which I can bear witness is the extensive "fraud, waste and abuse" in our intelligence system (as well as in our government, overall). Steele has made his case for open-source intelligence in previous works, but never so crisply and immediately as here. Wisely, he warns that "Dangers increase as man creates complications and misdirects his energy and resources," reinforcing my own point that an African village would be more resilient in a global crisis than the hyper-complex and hyper-centralized socio-economic system of the United States (this is not a matter of quality of life, but of existential robustness--that village could feed itself long after our national food distribution system had broken down). And as a Sierra Club member, I certainly concur with his statement that "We are deluded in our belief that we can control complexity and predict the outcome of perturbing large systems such as the climate." Much of this, of course, is the result of the "fragmentation of knowledge," of over-specialization and compartmentalization that plagues government and academia as much as it does the intelligence community (which isn't really much of a community in the classic sense). And his call for "intelligence minutemen" has already found preliminary echoes in US hackers who, on their own initiative, have responded to foreign cyber-bullying. I've already pushed this review far beyond an ideal length, so I'll close my inadequate praise of this remarkable, stimulating, sometimes infuriating (in the best sense) book by citing two of his conclusions that go to the heart of the author's concerns: "Empowered by open software, hardware, spectrum, data access, and intelligence, we are within reach of open democracy." And, above all, "Connected we are one."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Way Ahead: A Sustainable Future 13. Juni 2012
Von Retired Reader - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a remarkable book by a remarkable man. Robert Steele is a genuine intelligence expert who has repeatedly put his own integrity and patriotism ahead of personal advancement and gain. Because of this within the barely controlled lunacy of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area in which he resides, he is regarded at best as an eccentric. He is an authentic man in a sea of phonies and self-seeking con artists.

This book is his latest effort to restore a sense of balance to a global society seemingly careening towards a catastrophic collapse. Its basic premise is that "everything is information, information is everything and if we open source everything, we are really opening up all information and all minds..." Steel spends most of this book explaining what he means by this. In the course of doing this he argues that prior to the 21st Century (Epoch A) the world was able to function, however badly, on hierarchical systems of government based on secrecy, exploitation of people, and short sighted policies and programs designed to help small minorities. For the 21st Century (Epoch B) he envisions nothing less than what can be called distributed government based on the collective intelligence of everyone in "broad flexible governance without government being in charge." Clearly Steele has been deeply influenced by his friend and associate Tom Atlee (author of "The Tao of Democracy") who is a strong advocate for what Atlee calls "collective intelligence" in which informed citizens can take charge of their own destinies rather than being dependent on government and other elite `experts' who make decisions for everyone based on limited, often corrupt information. In short this book offers an exciting and absolutely rational way to do nothing less than reorder the world into a human sized `habitat for humanity'.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen PREPARE TO HAVE YOUR MIND BLOWN! 24. Juni 2012
Von B. Tweed DeLions - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If there's a single Founding Father of the Open Source movement, Robert D. Steele is it. Everyone else has been playing catchup. And if you don't know what the Open Source revolution is, you need to read this book. You don't even need to know why! You need to buy it, read it, and then you'll *know* why. No other book on Open Source can open your eyes the way this one can. That's because there's no potential use of Open Source intelligence that Steele hasn't anticipated. Collective Intelligence is coming! It's an unstoppable force. And it will change everything. So if you like to know about things like that in advance, you need to buy this book.

The information age that was created by personal computers was just a kiddie car with a squeaky horn. By comparison, the open source revolution is a freight train. Its potential to change your world is orders of magnitude greater. This is not hyperbole. In fact superlatives can't begin to express the ground-shaking potential of this next wave of human evolution.

Collective Intelligence is a hybrid form of intelligence that's taking everyone by surprise. While researchers have been trying to create artificial intelligence, a new kind of intelligence has emerged and passed them by like they were standing still. The idea behind artificial intelligence was to create computers that can think like humans, but with all the advantages of a computer: lightning fast processing speeds and immense data bases. And although many valuable things have been learned in the process, it's becoming ever more clear that the original aims of the developers of artificial intelligence will probably never be realized.

The real revolution in intelligence has been of an entirely different variety. Open Source Systems turn individual human brains into Brain Networks. In a sense, each individual brain then becomes a cell within a much larger brain. And because human brains have skills of analysis, perception, and creative problem solving that computers will never have, this new hybrid form of intelligence is much more powerful than artificial intelligence will ever be. Open Source Intelligence is a new tool of problem solving *and* a new system of organization at the same time. And here's what you need to remember about all of this: when human brains are linked in a network that focuses on a common problem, the processing power of these multiple human brains is similar to a biological supercomputer! Artificial intelligence will never catch up to that. Ever.

Probably the best example is a recent open-source science project. Scientists had been trying to unlock the mysteries of a complex protein, but with little success. So they decided to create an open source project that anyone could participate in. They thought if they were lucky, the team of participants would solve the problem in two years. They solved it in two weeks! This is a demonstration of the extraordinary and unmeasurable power of this new form of collective, creative, human intelligence.

Ask yourself these questions:

What are the implications of this new hybrid form of intelligence? What can it be used for? How will this change human society? How will it change my life? How will it change human organization? How can I use it to my advantage? In how many different ways can it be applied? How can I invest in this new hybrid form of intelligence? How can I avoid missing the boat? How can I be a part of this coming revolution?

The Open Source Everything Manifesto answers these questions and more. But ultimately no one has all the answers, for one simple reason. Because you're a unique individual, your creativity may bring a set of skills to open source projects that no one else has. And there's no way of anticipating or predicting what you could add to such a project unless you plug yourself into it to see what you can do. So ultimately only *you* can answer that question.

Open Source is not only for computer people! That's the point. It's for *everyone*. This is not a "computer book." Anyone can understand it. The best Open Source Software Systems are those that are designed so that anyone can figure out how to participate quickly and efficiently. That means that you don't have to be computer savvy in order to participate. That's why everyone needs to read this book! Open Source could very well hold the answers to your most vexing problems, right now! And reading this book is the quickest way to find out.

Ultimately, Open Source is open-ended in it's applications. Anyone who thinks they can predict all the innovations that might come from it is fooling themselves. The sky's the limit. That's what this book will help you understand. Open Source Everything has radically expanded our ability to DREAM!

We can now dare to dream bigger than our limited individual imaginations and be fairly confident that even those dreams are probably gross underestimations of what's actually possible. And that's perhaps the greatest gift of Open Source Everything:

It has restored our capacity to dream!

The American dream is NOT dead! There's a new dream on the horizon!

If someone came along and restored your optimism and your capacity to dream, and challenged you to dream in ways that you never dreamed possible, what value would you put on that message? The answer: it would be beyond any concept of value. And that's what this book can do for you and for all humankind. Words just don't suffice. You need to see it to understand, and this book will enable you to see it. Don't hesitate. It only costs nine dollars! It's the best gamble you'll ever make.

It's very readable. Pretty much anyone can understand it. It's not very long. The pages have a very low word count, and only 167 pages are text. The rest are footnotes. It's a pleasure to read. Trust me on this. This book is for everyone. This book is your chance to get in on the ground floor of the next big revolution. How many times have you missed things like that in the past? You don't have to miss it this time. Hop aboard the train. Don't sit on the sidelines and watch it whiz by. Or worse yet, don't be run over by it! If you're heavily invested in a system that's about to be made obsolete by the Open Source Everything revolution, you need to know about it as soon as possible so you can try to minimize your losses.

Also by this author:
On Intelligence: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World
The New Craft of Intelligence: Personal, Public, & Political--Citizen's Action Handbook for Fighting Terrorism, Genocide, Disease, Toxic Bombs, & Corruption
Information Operations: All Information, All Languages, All the Time
THE SMART NATION ACT: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest
Election 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (Substance of Governance; Legitimate Grievances; Candidates on the Issues; Balanced Budget 101; Call to Arms: Fund We Not Them; Annotated Bibliography)
INTELLIGENCE for EARTH: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity, & Sustainaabilty

Other books I recommend close to this theme:
Open Source Intelligence in a Networked World (Continuum Intelligence Studies)
No More Secrets: Open Source Information and the Reshaping of U.S. Intelligence (Praeger Security International)
Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder
Too Big to Know: Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren't the Facts, Experts Are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room Is the Room
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5.0 von 5 Sternen like governments, militaries 29. Juni 2014
Von Steve Bivans - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is an essential read for anyone who wants to know how and why our leaders are so ineffectual, from an author with an insider perspective. Robert David Steele, spent decades as a Marine officer, a CIA secret operative, and the second in command of Marine Intelligence, before realizing that he was wasting his life trying to convince government puppets and idiots that they were doing intelligence wrong. Steele came to the conclusion that our governments, corporations and non-governmental organizations are NOT the agents for the kind of major changes that the world needs: changes imperative to survive as a species on a planet increasingly hostile to humans.
Steele argues that instead, the new revolution must come from the bottom, up, a peaceful grass-roots change of mind about how we govern and organize ourselves. Instead of focusing on secret intelligence, like governments, militaries, and corporations have been doing forever, he argues that we need Open Source Intelligence, on every aspect of life, from government to business, food production to technology, in order to tap into the most effective resource available to us: the collective human brain (all 7 billion of them). Open Source is defined as information available through legal, ethical and public channels, not necessarily 'free,' though some of it is.
He points out that secret intelligence has been employed by elites throughout history (absolutely true, I’m an historian), to keep the people in the dark, and to obfuscate their nefarious doings, while accumulating wealth to themselves. I whole-hardheartedly agree with him, and have argued a similar point for years. However, what Steele has that I do not (among many things), is a long career as a government and military insider, which is exactly what the new revolution needs.
He suggests that the revolution is already in full swing, and that if we take the time to look around, we can see it everywhere. He’s right, and if you don’t think so, you’re probably not reading this review anyway, and you, and your company, government or institution will be caught with its proverbial pants down when it does happen. Those who do pay heed, will reap the benefits of a new way of doing things.
At times Steele slips into his academic, military/professional voice, which can be difficult to follow for some readers, and probably a reason some find fault with the book. And his ideas are radical, for sure, but radical ideas are needed to solve the myriad of problems facing the world. I guess building community, sharing resources, and working together, are radical ideas. Maybe they are, but if we don’t start implementing them, and damned fast, we won’t have to worry about our grandchildren arguing about it; they won’t be here. Is out of control capitalism, greed, and war any less radical? I think not.
Personally, I’m optimistic like Mr. Steele. Look, the man spent a career predicting the future, and he’s predicting that things are gonna get real interesting soon. I’d bet my balls on it, and other appendages. Buy the book already, and get ready to Open Source your brain! Become part of the solution, instead of remaining part of the problem. The Earth needs you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Manifesto for True Change 9. Dezember 2014
Von Bibliophiledw - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the way everything should be done - with Transparency, Truth, and Trust. What a different world this would be. Robert David Steele outlines a way. It's up to us to elect those who will, by their ethics and integrity do just that, which pretty well means if we recognize the names and faces,they're not the ones we need because nothing, but nothing will change. Same ol' faces; same ol' empty promises.Yawn! If we truly want governance By the People and For the People, then candidates need to come FROM the People and not the 1%. Campaigns need to address actual solutions for specific issues and not generic, placebo vagaries, and stand on platforms of Transparency, no industry funding period, and absolute Truth. When that happens, they will gain the Trust and Respect of The People - the Ones they are elected to represent - and no Vote without those attributes - OR Decentralize Gov't & make it all LocaL! Part of the problem is Long Distance. People who live with a problem usually know how to solve it. It might be time to think about doing just that. Bring it on Home!
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