Deeper TAP 07

8 Mar 2022

Sorry, yesterday got busy with other new priorities.

Had the revelation that maybe looking for a ghostwriter or co-author - toward the objective of starting a book series - might now be the way to move forward.

So I spent a lot of time researching the industry for prospective candidates to work with.

I ended the day with two interested candidate services. One potentially much better than the other, but we'll have much more info in a few days - after a call.

Stay tuned...

Picking up where I last left off...

Mostlikes and leastlikes - the two main types of entities one seeks out and utilizes within the TAPable platform.

Either can be an individual mind (person's avatar) or a TAP group of minds (TAP community) or a custom query for a set or one matching mind. So a lot to explain next from this statement.

Perhaps the most compelling reason to become a participant within TAPable - is to put to work its 'mind-matchmaking' feature.

This feature helps you find 'those' participants you want to see - how they think.

Your exploration can be for like-minded other(s), mostlike(s), or for the least like-minded other(s), leastlike(s).

Understanding that with TAPable, it ALWAYS reveals the agreement, two types, that exists between any two entities.

Before you can see anything - you must specify the authorship entity of the voice that will be created. Then the voice gets revealed once the entity is specified by you.

The most common thing to do with any output voice is to compare it to some other voice. So allow me now to suggest the most common comparison voices within the TAP world:

  1. Your personal voice

  2. The one voice of all participants

  3. The voice of your home base group

  4. The voice of where your avatar presently stands in the TAP world

Starting with #1 - Your personal voice.

This is the, of course, your #1 go-to in TAPable. Your own voice is often not even known to you - this because you often get your voice from others - especially with issues you are not that familiar with. So you often establish your own voice from those you believe are smarter with the issue than you are.

So exploring your own voice is often a common activity.

You can tweak your voice almost all the time - depending on the issue.

Most issues are universal and ongoing, but some group issues are more static and involve making next-step decisions. They have deadline timestamps, so you have to contribute your voice before the deadline. And if you don't then your avatar will.

The great thing about TAPable is -if you direct it - your avatar will never allow you to miss anything in any group you are a part of.

#2 is The one voice of ALL participants - in perfect combination. TAP calls this the 'adul' voice. Long story for how this name came about. Will not tell it now.

The first thing you need to understand about the adul voice is - it's NOT ALL TAPable participants. Instead, it's ALL those participants who contribute input to a specific issue.

You don't have to contribute to issues you don't feel are appropriate or important.

Deciding NOT to contribute to a particular issue is as meaningful as to providing input data to it. NOT contributing helps to establish your TAP identity.

But for everyone who does contribute to a specific issue - TAPable uses their input within the adul voice.

A common comparison is to see how your voice is similar to the adul voice.

The adul voice is the default presentation voice within TAPable. If you don't specify otherwise then after contributing your input - you will be presented the adul voice for exploration.

#3 - The voice of your home base group.

One of the first things that TAPable helps each new participant with - is getting each into a 'home base' group. This is a group that helps establish their base TAP identity.

Home base is a statement to the rest of the participants. It's the place you feel most comfortable telling people you are from - very different than where you were born or where you presently live. It's where your mind feels most comfortable, right now in your life.

You can change your home base at any time. Find what you think is a better group or position in the TAP world - you can instantly make it your home base.

The structure of the TAP world is VERY important. Much more on this later.

Every group and every position has a voice too. Whatever participants reside there too contribute to the voice and identity there.

But with the declaration of a home base you don't need to be standing there. You can be somewhere else but still be counted back at your home base.

#4 - The voice of where your avatar presently stands in the TAP world.

In the TAP world, you explore the world by moving your avatar.

So you can think about yourself, your mind - standing in your home base while your avatar explores the TAP world.

There is identity and voice at every location and position. Again, it's simply the perfect combination of all participants that are presently positioned there or call the place or spot home base.

So to know where your avatar you can simply explore the voice of the identity or issue there.

Probably a good place to explain the similarity and difference of voice vs. identity.

They are mostly the exact same things. The only difference is an issue is one thing and identity is all things.

But identity is more than just issue voices.

Where an issue is specific want or need in the form of a priority list infocomm object - identity is made up of:

  • issue voices

  • preferences

  • exclusions

  • home base

  • present avatar position

  • activity history

  • - and everything else any participant does within the TAPable tool.

You don't want to participate in TAPable - if you have concerns about being tracked in the world.

TAPable tracks nearly everything about you. It's the only way to establish something close to an honest identity.

Honest identity is everything with TAP. It's how it produces more honest important info. It's how it discourages dishonesty within its output infocomm.

TAPable was created to directly tackle the HUGE dis-misinfo problem that now plagues today's world.

Adding TAPable to today's world provides a new option for generating much improved infocomm.

At the core of better infocomm is establishing much better true identity. So the voice from the entity, be it person or group, is put in much better context.

TAP identity is much more important than issue voice. If you don't know the true identity of the those generating the voice - then the voice is mostly meaningless.

In today's world, anyone can say they are almost anything, true or false, to anyone else at any moment in time. This is the basis of its infocomm system. It's up to the receiver to decide if the sender is telling the truth or not.

In the TAP world, the infocomm receiver or consumer is not so burdened with the responsibility of making the assessment. TAPable does most of the hard work for the person's mind.

In the TAP world the person need just focus on exploring the more honest true identity data.

TAPable helps even more by better organizing all the existing entities so the seeker can quickly get to entity they seek hearing from in the moment. And the latest voice - not some past voice from the entity.

Everything within TAPable is or at least can be dynamic and real time infocomm.

In practice, TAPable does not process everything in real time - it's impossible to do this. So this is where a component of its sustainability revenue model stems from. For certain types of data one must pay to have the computation executed. Other types of data might be only occasionally updated, so you get the last run output.

Infocomm generation timestamp is a standard piece of data that is attached to all output data.

Within TAPable, you have 100% control over how much or how little of your true real-world identity you reveal to others. TAP's not interested in who you really are in the real world. TAP just wants your thoughtfulness creativity data. In exchange, it will help you make better life decisions and hopefully establish better beliefs too. All based on more honest reference data that TAP provides you.

If you make better decisions then perhaps these lead to an improved future world. This is the premise anyway.

TAP wants to help you be a happier person in the world. Again, happier people tend to produce a better world.

TAP knows it will take many participants some time to fully understand what's really going on within its platform. Unsure minds prefer less true identity reveal, but given time and enhanced functionality - when one does reveal more true identity - you can open up more to other participants, like your friends and family members also playing in TAPable.

Bottomline - you do what you want when you want.

TAP's only interested in your psychographics - NOT so much your demographics. It's up to you to share your demographics or not. But there are incentives and good reasons for you to do this.

TAP is designed to limit features to only those that participate in them. If you opt out - then you can't get output from the enhanced feature set. It's a simple design rule that makes logical sense - from a platform that MUST also worry about staying sustainable forever.