Thursday, December 24, 2009

Using Social Networking Tools as the House of Representatives.

The House of Representatives is a social network. It is suppose to represent the people to the government at a rate of 1 to 30000. That is ~11000 members. We can easily do this with the current social networking tool sets we have built.

This will produce a natural and immediate need for jobs. Each member would have 2 offices. A powerful green SD RAID cluster is placed in every representative's district office will require 10 people to operate. A second larger cluster in the office in Washington D.C. will require many people to run, maintain content, update and secure the system.

This will require many programmers, engineers, and developers to deploy. It will require a minimum of 40 processors per office. Citizens would have access to their Representative through their mobile devices or computers.

The representatives would have a second social networking system that is for the legislative process.

Replacement of the system would be on a 3-5 year basis. This would keep the factories operating and constantly incorporate new technologies. All the systems must be built in the United States. This will provide many more high tech jobs.

This system would allow a better distribution of power and through representation a correct solution to the requirements of the Constitution.
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