A digital anthology from innovators on the forefront of decentralized governance.
A computational poem is my contribution to a 2019 e-book called “DECENTRALIZED Thriving“, funded by a DAO created through DAOstack, which is a project connected to The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, a research center at Harvard University.
The question we were asked to think about was “What is a dangerously misunderstood concept in distributed governance?” My piece are different stories arranged by an algorithm, in which the same ending is 50% “good” and 50% “bad”. My response deals with the dangers of shadow hierarchies, narcissism, and the chance to do good.
See a web version available for interaction here.
The book lives here for download.