[Noisebridge-discuss] Buycott and the graph problem

Andrew Byrne andrew at pachakutech.com
Wed Jun 19 22:51:25 UTC 2013

Seems ethical personal economics is greatly assisted by assessing corporate
structure. Built off a database that was a response to bush-era "bundling",
buycott scans product codes and informs you how the product interacts with
your custom ethical profile. It increases individual control in the primary
voting system of the United States, so I love it.

William Gibson talks about this in a non-fiction he did on design, seeing
UPC/QR codes allowing us to tell where a product was going, as well as
where it has been. This is a slightly different take, and I look forward to
seeing it mesh with computer vision.

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