Saturday, October 22, 2011

Founder updates 2008 CV


Lighting a candle for transparency, and
Tahiti editor Jean-Pascal Couraud,
missing since 1997.

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An updated version of the personal and professional CV of Curriculum Veritas founder Jason Brown has been published online here.

“It makes for disturbing reading, but there are some positive signs of recovery from a quarter century of island journalism,” jokes Brown.

“People who have never read a bad CV should read this one. More seriously, a CV is only as good as it’s last update.”

The update relates to transparency around applications being made for funding towards koha or volunteer news media projects in the Pacific, and globally.

Still in alpha or testing phase, Curriculum Veritas links with other Good Global Governance concepts like Total Transparency Tools and the World Journalism Review.

“The fight against corruption starts at home,” says Brown.

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

founding editorial | curriculum veritas

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Establishment of this weblog for curriculum veritas ushers in a new era, years ahead of contemporary, secrecy-based governance systems, like curriculum vitae.

As any boss has said, "I've never read a bad CV."

Curriculum veritas allows both employer, employee, donor and donee, to enter relationships with eyes wide open, a real-world, real-time, real-people profile, in historical 3D.


Curriculum veritas is released for public use under TTT, total transparency tools.

TTT themselves come under agency ITI, or information transformation initiatives, a new, web2 approach to transparency and accountability issues.

This website is an open-source style response registering under trust laws of Aotearoa. An unrelated private version set up subsequent to this agency can be found below. No profits or any other revenues derive from this private version to this trust, under registration.



knight news challenge : TTT in draft
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agency announces curriculum veritas
google curriculum veritas

company (unrelated to this trust)

background : wikipedia radical transparency

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