“Numberdex” is Unified Numberings Directory system. Like a phone book, the #Dex will have different sections with listings for people, businesses and government agencies, plus an extra one for groups. But that’s where the similarities end and some of the beauty of Unified Numberings organizational strengths begin.
To begin with during phases II and III the #Dex will serve as a very unique tool for getting to know who’s who a world full of deceit and debauchery. Corporatist, corrupt politicians, government workers , priests, banksters, judges and attorneys (Public Figures or “PFs”) collectively who don’t support we the people of the world would be cutting their own throats. This is due to the fact that there’s really no rational reason for not supporting something like Unified Numbering . So, for those who won’t it will show they have ulterior motives and goals that run against righting our world.
Theirs are the invisible thumbs holding us down and keeping humanity from advancing. Knowing who they are will be very valuable. After all we do have the final say in whether they stay in public employ/office and/or remain profitable. For instance it’s pretty unlikely that anyone would vote for or enrichen a known pedophile, murderer, liar, thief or Satan worshipper who chooses to continue doing any of those things. So, what if there were a way to call them out in a public forum for whatever crap we suspect them of? Wouldn’t that be something!
That’s what we’re doing with the #Dex. If you know of a bad politician, government worker Bankster, Judge, Attorney, Priest, Officer or Voting stockholder of any “large corporation” (defined as $10+ million in annual revenues) who you have reason to believe is corrupt or criminal you now have a place to call them out on it, easily and anonymously! They then have an opportunity to respond by showing their support for we the people and the project. Think of it as them being able to turn a new leaf and advertise themselves as worthy of our support, votes etc. In fact, advertising is exactly what it is. This is a medium by which the aforementioned people can gain acclaim and popularity simply by doing the right thing.
This quid pro quo exchange of support for support works great. It should also be noted that PFs have different requirements for being listed in the #Dex starting with their minimum contribution level of $1,000 US. So, that’s one part of #Dex. Then starting over with how we identify, store and search for contacts allows for some pretty incredible opportunities. We can now do so while bearing in mind considerations for what will obviously be a highly connected future that’s heavily reliant on the use of digital information. But this time around we can focus on the rights and wishes of users. So, privacy, security and ease of access/use are amongst the top concerns.
There’s already been some interesting technical challenges but creating the Directory is relatively simple, in the end it’s just nuts and bolts for some brilliant programmers. But filling it with valid information is where the real big job begins. A good start on that job for the personal Directory will be done during the Billion Dollar Phreb in phase III with listings for individuals.
These personal listings are created automatically upon confirmation of a users existence as a real human being online or in person by a qualified individual. Unlike most online networks, a great deal of care will be taken to see there’s no fake or duplicate accounts within the Unified Numbering Directory. Personal listings in the Numberdex consist of users first names, approximate ages and Numbernames (or PUNs if they haven’t chosen one yet). No other sensitive information is displayed and personal listings are limited to users who are 13 and older.
The personal Directory exist solely for the convenience of entities wishing to connect with people they already know within the network. It’s not for finding people, there’s plenty of tools out there already for that. Another very significant directory that Unified Numbering has in store is called “Numbergroups”. #Groups will allow people to reconnect after being long lost from one and other in virtually any number of completely endless venues of their pasts. Whether it were a concert, field of war, wedding or any other event where people met and went on their way without the ability to know each others contact info. They will have a real shot at reconnecting decades later even if they didn’t know each others names.
#Dex is designed to be a simple and effective interface for storing and linking people to their desired contacts. Unlike all the other social networks and online directories of various types the #Dex is born strictly out of utilitarianism for practical, intelligent uses. The personal Directory is devoid of things like superficial friends lists which have become a common practice for many social networks. They win big by using everyones egos to make games out of seeing how many friends they can invite/list. It does nothing for users and compromises at least some amount of privacy/security on everyones parts.
And since there’s no ads in the #Dex there’s no need to make everyone click or wait any more than they absolutely have to. Being useful is the common element for everything about Unified Numbering. This general lack of frivolity makes the Numberdex light, fast and extremely simple to use. You’ll never find yourself wasting any time or being hammered with ads while simply trying to get in touch with others or manage contacts.
If logged in and viewing or listening from a known IP, MAC or hardware address a user has linked to their account, the favorites screen will have all their contacts stored therein and no searching of the Directory will be required. Searches for contacts not already stored in ones favorites are performed by submitting any valid PUN, Numbername or Niknum for lookup via keyboard, keypad or voice.
Upon successful searching for a personal listing the Directory will produce only the individuals first name, approximate age, video clip, thumbnail photo or other graphical moniker and/or a sound bite the user has chosen. At this point the searcher may save them to their favorites and choose from several actions including to call, email, chat, text or “Zing” them. (Zings coming soon). So that’s how Numberdex works for personal listings.
Creating listings for local businesses in communities around the world represents another opportunity for users. A “local business” is defined as any retail establishment or service with a local presence (representatives physically located in the area) and with 10 or fewer locations under ownership of any single entity. During Phase III a credit for one of these business listings is provided for free to proprietors who have made a personal contribution of $100 or more to the Project. Additional listings will cost $50 each thereafter. Business listings can also be purchased or bartered via any authorized user for whatever amounts they deem adequate. Each listing comes with a Standard Unified Number or SUN.
Since business listing are not free, Numberdex is where everyone can go to find local businesses whose proprietors have supported the Unified Numbering Project. Like Numbernames, costs for these listings are one time charges with no other annual dues or additional fees. Edits are free and unlike #Names, ownership/control of business listings can be transferred at any time, ie; with the sale of the business.
Aside from personal and local business listings there will also be listings for government agencies, larger business organizations and groups. Government agencies will be added based on contracts with a special facilitating provider designed specifically for maintaining contact data for governments. This part of the #Dex will begin in phase IV starting with the US, UK and Australia. The costs for developing and maintaining such listings will be borne by the governments, not the network or its users.
Listings for large organizations will begin in phase IV as well. These entities are defined as any business or corporation of any type that is not a “local business”. These entities shall have the option of being listed in the Directory upon paid registration of special kinds of Numbernames for large organizations. Fees for these Numbernames will be determined by the size of the organization and/or how many “pings” are made by users. More on this later in phase IV.
The last form of listings in the Directory are Numbergroups and they’re pretty interesting. Like Personal listings people can create them for free with a Group Unified Number (GUN) or pay to register a unique Numbername for the group to use and own forever. #Groups may or may not be listed and/or searchable in the #Dex Directory per the direction and will of the groups members.
Numbergroups will forever change how people are able to connect, share information and communicate with each other and the world. It’s an important part of the #Dex Directories’ functionality and will be ready for launch in phase IV.