Lots to like, especially Jordan’s emphasis on the appropriate balance between ‘socialware’ and ‘trustware’.
Of course trustware is entirely misnamed! Trust is a social phenomena not technical. And anything reliant upon cryptography most definitely has absolutely nothing to do with trust. It’s deterministic. You don’t have to trust that 2+2 will equal 4 tomorrow; it just will!
I thought I’d share a phrase I started using during my time with the AKASHA Foundation:
We must combine the best of Web3 wizardry and the best of human nature, relying on the latter where we can and as we should, and crafting the former as and when scale demands.