The Last Human “Upload” happened 37,000 years ago in a cave in France where a set of handprints were discovered. This hunter-gatherer had probably put it on the wall, to share his story of an incredible hunt he had. Maybe he wanted to say,”Hey, I was here!” I can only assume that this was his story, based on what human communities have been doing for millennia, which is telling stories, this is how humans connect and make meaning, whether it’s Twitter, Facebook or the Internet in general. There is a very ambitious free project run by an online program called “Lifenaught.com” which is making use of every bit of information you and I upload at any given time.
In order to explain what it is exactly, let us call it your unique mindmap, or mindfile which is a web-based storage space for organizing and preserving your critical information about one’s essential characteristics for the future, or to share with your friends. To create a free mindfile account click here
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