Robert’s Rules of Order, Part 2: The Voting Processes

Jay Ligda talks with Larry J. Miller for a second time about Robert’s Rules of Order, a system of democracy widely used around the world in assemblies and organizations. Jay and Larry follow up their first conversation and talk about the specific voting processes set forth in Robert’s Rules of Order.

System of Authority: The FDA #1

Jay Ligda talks to Saeed Hamzavi about the process of getting a drug approved by the us Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA is a system of authority designed to protect public health by assuring food and drugs consumed are safe, effective, wholesome, sanitary and properly labeled. There is a brief discussion about blockchain and how it might be used to make the process more efficient.

System of Democracy: Robert’s Rules of Order, Part 1

Jay Ligda talks with Larry J. Miller about Robert’s Rules of Order, a system of democracy widely used around the world in assemblies and organizations. Jay and Larry cover the basics of Robert’s Rules of Order and envision a way to digitize the process.

Episode #1 of TrueDemocracy.Global Podcast: Discussion on Democracy and Two Party System

Jay Ligda talks with Duke Cooney about democracy and the two-party system. Duke is studying law and an environmental lobbyist. He is on year 3 of a 4-year Juris Degree program. He’s working on a certificate in trial and appellate advocacy and capital lawyering. He plans to pursue public office as an advocate for environmental …

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What is an Attribute-Value Pair

A attribute-value pair (sometimes called “key-value,” “name-value,” “tag-value” or “field-value” pair) is a pair of variables that are connected with an element stored in a system. For example say I have a database that stores members of a community in a database table. A attribute-value pair is a separate table linked and related to the …

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Example How a Voting Community can be Formed in a Blockchain.

In order for a voting platform to work, some basic steps need to occur. This is an example of those steps, which are open to flexibility by the eventual creators of this bias-free voting platform. At this stage, we are just brainstorming. Please add your ideas to the comments below. A person’s identity needs to …

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