Manuel Lucas La Rosa
Manuel La Rosa, a traveler
Born in Lima, Peru studied engineering in the USA switching to Economics when he moved to Italy.
After rebirthing in Rome and being schooled in Switzerland he went to explore Darpanet in the USA.
After coming back to Caput Mundi he started studying physics but soon left this plane to board on a journey
that still cannot define its boundaries.
The last 20 years he lived in Europe as a carbon form and in the Internet as an avatar.
Between studies he builds computer networks, management systems and security infrastructure
sometimes for financial firms, banks and telcos and sometimes for ayumpari.
He loves to listen but usually talks too much.
Always looking for the question that has consensus reality as an answer. Please advise.
The digital era is still in its infancy and hacker's culture offers an unconventional approach to the mapping of this expanding landscape(Cybergeography).
Starting from computer related lore we'll try to move away from the silicon based systems and networks and look into the more complex carbon based systems and networks.
Is the human world a giant market?
If Third World is the answer what was the question?
Is less suffering possible or is it the entropy generated by un-consciousness inevitable?
Is there a way to change the world economics to diminish suffering?
Ayumpari will be presented as a possible autopoietic system between the silicon and carbon domains (digital/analog?).
(the author has no formal education on any of the fields he tries to present so please be kind and don't let him say absurdities: be very tough)
"Coming Down Hard On Me Baby/show me that I'm your lover man"
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