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September 18, 2022

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

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BY: TARTLE

Nobody operates in a vacuum. All our actions have consequences that spill over into the lives of other people. 

Join Alexander and Jason as they discuss who is affected by TARTLE. This is the final section of their six-part section on TARTLE University.  

Who Was TARTLE Designed For?

TARTLE was designed for humanity. In this era, data is everything. It’s a track record of who we are as individuals. It helps businesses and governments make informed decisions. Data is what will drive humanity forward and further into the future.

But in a world where everyone wants your data, we need to start teaching people how to take responsibility over their personal information. The reality is that it is just as easy for malicious actors to use our data for their vested interests as it is for us to usher in a brighter tomorrow. We need everybody’s help, especially yours, to help humanity win.

Who Can Be a Data Champion?

Anybody with internet access has the power to nurture self responsibility and uphold the values of ethically sourced data. On TARTLE, you are responsible for sharing data, helping other human beings, and spreading the good news to your friends and family.

How should a data-driven world function for individuals? Ideally, only you get to see your data until you choose to release it. That means businesses do not get to source your data or tell you how to use it, unless you are spearheading that decision-making process. Through TARTLE, you have the free will to consent or withhold consent when it comes to sharing and selling your data.

What’s your data worth?

Sign up for TARTLE through this link here.

Follow Alexander McCaig on Twitter and Linkedin.

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FOLLOW @TARTLE_OFFICIAL

For those who are hard of hearing – the episode transcript can be read below:

TRANSCRIPT

Alexander McCaig (00:07):

Okay, welcome back to the final module, module number six. Really cool. You want to know what's cool about that? How many sides are on the TARTLE hexagon? Six. Really feeling it. I'm seeing the symbol now. Who, what, when, where, how, why? And in the center-

Jason Rigby (00:24):

It's a six density symbol.

Alexander McCaig (00:27):

You'd be careful with you saying stuff like that around me. Ladies and gentlemen, there's a lot baked into that statement. I hope you do your research. I'd be more than happy to talk about it on your tentative interview with TARTLE. Let's talk about the who, okay? Not the band, not Behind Blue Eyes, okay? Not the NCIS theme song. Or CSI, I forget whichever one it was. So here we go. So who does TARTLE help? I'll give you a couple options. Can I give some options?

Jason Rigby (00:54):

It helps everyone in every country, in every part of the world that has an internet connection.

Alexander McCaig (01:00):

You nailed it. So humanity and the planet.

Jason Rigby (01:04):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (01:05):

Well does it also help my mother?

Jason Rigby (01:07):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:08):

Does it help the Amazon rainforest?

Jason Rigby (01:09):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:10):

Does it help corporations?

Jason Rigby (01:12):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:12):

What about the squirrel and the tree outside? If you don't know what a squirrel is, it's a small rodent-like creature with a big fluffy tail that climbs up trees and eat acorns.

Jason Rigby (01:20):

It helps the squirrel.

Alexander McCaig (01:21):

Helps the squirrel, great. And so then in that fact, then who is TARTLE specifically designed for?

Jason Rigby (01:29):

Specifically designed for? It's designed for the seller that wants to sell their data? No matter, the human race.

Alexander McCaig (01:38):

That's what it is.

Jason Rigby (01:39):

Yes. I mean, you can have one computer in an internet cafe and have 10 of your family members stand next to the computer and each of them will sign up.

Alexander McCaig (01:46):

Did we design this-

Jason Rigby (01:46):

You don't have to have a cell phone or a electronic device. If you get access to the internet, line everybody up and have them sign up.

Alexander McCaig (01:56):

So we didn't design this for rich white folk.

Jason Rigby (01:59):

No.

Alexander McCaig (01:59):

We didn't design this for politicians.

Jason Rigby (02:01):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:01):

We didn't just design this for corporations like Facebook, right?

Jason Rigby (02:04):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:04):

No, no. We didn't do this for national security agency or the CIA, correct?

Jason Rigby (02:07):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:08):

No, no. Who do we do it for? Human beings.

Jason Rigby (02:09):

Human beings. 100%.

Alexander McCaig (02:11):

That's the who.

Jason Rigby (02:11):

That's why we're extremely transparent.

Alexander McCaig (02:13):

And so who wants my data? And I'm going to give you a couple options here [inaudible 00:02:17] is fun. You have governments, you have researchers, you have businesses. Who of those wants your data?

Jason Rigby (02:24):

Not for profit businesses, NGOs.

Alexander McCaig (02:27):

So all of them?

Jason Rigby (02:28):

All of them want your data.

Alexander McCaig (02:29):

Oh, so all of the above.

Jason Rigby (02:30):

Yes. People want data today to make educated decisions.

Alexander McCaig (02:34):

Yeah. They need your help.

Jason Rigby (02:35):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (02:36):

We all need to help one another.

Jason Rigby (02:37):

Yes, 100%.

Alexander McCaig (02:37):

Data's the answer to our future.

Jason Rigby (02:39):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (02:40):

Smell that? Smells like freedom.

Jason Rigby (02:42):

Freedom.

Alexander McCaig (02:45):

It's like Braveheart. You know what I mean?

Jason Rigby (02:48):

Love that movie.

Alexander McCaig (02:49):

Okay. So who's responsible for taking ownership of my data?

Jason Rigby (02:53):

You are as individual.

Alexander McCaig (02:54):

Okay, good. So who's-

Jason Rigby (02:54):

Self responsibility.

Alexander McCaig (02:55):

Great. So who's responsible for sharing my data?

Jason Rigby (02:58):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (02:58):

Okay. And so who's responsible for helping other human beings?

Jason Rigby (03:01):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (03:01):

Oh, good. And who's responsible for sharing TARTLE with friends and family?

Jason Rigby (03:05):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (03:05):

Okay. And who's allowed to participate in doing all these things?

Jason Rigby (03:09):

Everyone.

Alexander McCaig (03:10):

Oh, you are just on fire today. Professor Rigby, you're about to score a perfect score on your exam.

Jason Rigby (03:16):

[inaudible 00:03:16] trial picks.

Alexander McCaig (03:16):

Yeah. I'm feeling them, feeling it pulsing in my brain. So, okay. So who can see my data?

Jason Rigby (03:22):

Only the person that buys it.

Alexander McCaig (03:23):

Interesting.

Jason Rigby (03:23):

TARTKE can't.

Alexander McCaig (03:25):

TARTLE can't do it.

Jason Rigby (03:26):

No one can. Unless we buy it.

Alexander McCaig (03:28):

Unless we buy it. And if I'm on there and I'm filling it out or pulling information down, can I see it though myself?

Jason Rigby (03:35):

If you're on there?

Alexander McCaig (03:36):

So if I'm the actual data czar, I can see my info?

Jason Rigby (03:38):

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Alexander McCaig (03:38):

Well, that's obvious.

Jason Rigby (03:39):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (03:40):

But anybody else can't see unless-

Jason Rigby (03:41):

None, no one, can see it.

Alexander McCaig (03:42):

Explicitly let them see it.

Jason Rigby (03:43):

Yeah. There's like blockchain and all kinds of crypto and...

Alexander McCaig (03:45):

Okay. And so can I ask you something? And I don't want you to get teary eyed about this. But who defines your self worth Jason?

Jason Rigby (03:52):

I do.

Alexander McCaig (03:53):

Excellent.

Jason Rigby (03:54):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (03:55):

Great. And who's responsible for helping you and others evolve?

Jason Rigby (04:00):

I'm responsible.

Alexander McCaig (04:02):

This is fantastic.

Jason Rigby (04:02):

This is such self responsibility.

Alexander McCaig (04:03):

You were at a 99%, right? You almost got a perfect gold star professor Rigby. And so final question. Who should tell businesses how to use my data?

Jason Rigby (04:17):

You should.

Alexander McCaig (04:18):

Wow. Congratulations.

Jason Rigby (04:20):

Because it's ethically sourced data.

Alexander McCaig (04:23):

Fantastic.

Jason Rigby (04:24):

You gave consent through your free will to sell that data to someone else.

Alexander McCaig (04:28):

Professor Rigby.

Jason Rigby (04:29):

You can choose not to or to.

Alexander McCaig (04:31):

You have successfully passed TARTLE university. Thank you for going through the modules with us. Thank you for sharing and...

Jason Rigby (04:39):

Jobs@tartle.co. Let us know you passed the university. We'll also be purchasing this data.

Alexander McCaig (04:44):

We'll be purchasing the data.

Jason Rigby (04:46):

So we can get ahold of you. But jobs@tartle.co. Let us know. We'll check, make sure that after we purchase the data, make sure we're good to go. And we'll schedule an interview with you.

Alexander McCaig (04:55):

How exciting is that? You can open up more opportunity for yourself.

Jason Rigby (04:58):

Wherever you are in the world, we'd love to have a conversation with you.

Alexander McCaig (05:00):

Just remember, you are 100% responsible.

Speaker 3 (05:10):

Thank you for listening to TARTLE Cast with your hosts Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby. Where humanity steps into the future and source data defines the path. What's your data worth?

September 18, 2022

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

Who Can Sign Up, Earn Money, and Benefit From TARTLE Now?

SHARE: 
BY: TARTLE

Nobody operates in a vacuum. All our actions have consequences that spill over into the lives of other people. 

Join Alexander and Jason as they discuss who is affected by TARTLE. This is the final section of their six-part section on TARTLE University.  

Who Was TARTLE Designed For?

TARTLE was designed for humanity. In this era, data is everything. It’s a track record of who we are as individuals. It helps businesses and governments make informed decisions. Data is what will drive humanity forward and further into the future.

But in a world where everyone wants your data, we need to start teaching people how to take responsibility over their personal information. The reality is that it is just as easy for malicious actors to use our data for their vested interests as it is for us to usher in a brighter tomorrow. We need everybody’s help, especially yours, to help humanity win.

Who Can Be a Data Champion?

Anybody with internet access has the power to nurture self responsibility and uphold the values of ethically sourced data. On TARTLE, you are responsible for sharing data, helping other human beings, and spreading the good news to your friends and family.

How should a data-driven world function for individuals? Ideally, only you get to see your data until you choose to release it. That means businesses do not get to source your data or tell you how to use it, unless you are spearheading that decision-making process. Through TARTLE, you have the free will to consent or withhold consent when it comes to sharing and selling your data.

What’s your data worth?

Sign up for TARTLE through this link here.

Follow Alexander McCaig on Twitter and Linkedin.

Tags:
Feature Image Credit: Envato Image
FOLLOW @TARTLE_OFFICIAL

For those who are hard of hearing – the episode transcript can be read below:

TRANSCRIPT

Alexander McCaig (00:07):

Okay, welcome back to the final module, module number six. Really cool. You want to know what's cool about that? How many sides are on the TARTLE hexagon? Six. Really feeling it. I'm seeing the symbol now. Who, what, when, where, how, why? And in the center-

Jason Rigby (00:24):

It's a six density symbol.

Alexander McCaig (00:27):

You'd be careful with you saying stuff like that around me. Ladies and gentlemen, there's a lot baked into that statement. I hope you do your research. I'd be more than happy to talk about it on your tentative interview with TARTLE. Let's talk about the who, okay? Not the band, not Behind Blue Eyes, okay? Not the NCIS theme song. Or CSI, I forget whichever one it was. So here we go. So who does TARTLE help? I'll give you a couple options. Can I give some options?

Jason Rigby (00:54):

It helps everyone in every country, in every part of the world that has an internet connection.

Alexander McCaig (01:00):

You nailed it. So humanity and the planet.

Jason Rigby (01:04):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (01:05):

Well does it also help my mother?

Jason Rigby (01:07):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:08):

Does it help the Amazon rainforest?

Jason Rigby (01:09):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:10):

Does it help corporations?

Jason Rigby (01:12):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (01:12):

What about the squirrel and the tree outside? If you don't know what a squirrel is, it's a small rodent-like creature with a big fluffy tail that climbs up trees and eat acorns.

Jason Rigby (01:20):

It helps the squirrel.

Alexander McCaig (01:21):

Helps the squirrel, great. And so then in that fact, then who is TARTLE specifically designed for?

Jason Rigby (01:29):

Specifically designed for? It's designed for the seller that wants to sell their data? No matter, the human race.

Alexander McCaig (01:38):

That's what it is.

Jason Rigby (01:39):

Yes. I mean, you can have one computer in an internet cafe and have 10 of your family members stand next to the computer and each of them will sign up.

Alexander McCaig (01:46):

Did we design this-

Jason Rigby (01:46):

You don't have to have a cell phone or a electronic device. If you get access to the internet, line everybody up and have them sign up.

Alexander McCaig (01:56):

So we didn't design this for rich white folk.

Jason Rigby (01:59):

No.

Alexander McCaig (01:59):

We didn't design this for politicians.

Jason Rigby (02:01):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:01):

We didn't just design this for corporations like Facebook, right?

Jason Rigby (02:04):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:04):

No, no. We didn't do this for national security agency or the CIA, correct?

Jason Rigby (02:07):

No.

Alexander McCaig (02:08):

No, no. Who do we do it for? Human beings.

Jason Rigby (02:09):

Human beings. 100%.

Alexander McCaig (02:11):

That's the who.

Jason Rigby (02:11):

That's why we're extremely transparent.

Alexander McCaig (02:13):

And so who wants my data? And I'm going to give you a couple options here [inaudible 00:02:17] is fun. You have governments, you have researchers, you have businesses. Who of those wants your data?

Jason Rigby (02:24):

Not for profit businesses, NGOs.

Alexander McCaig (02:27):

So all of them?

Jason Rigby (02:28):

All of them want your data.

Alexander McCaig (02:29):

Oh, so all of the above.

Jason Rigby (02:30):

Yes. People want data today to make educated decisions.

Alexander McCaig (02:34):

Yeah. They need your help.

Jason Rigby (02:35):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (02:36):

We all need to help one another.

Jason Rigby (02:37):

Yes, 100%.

Alexander McCaig (02:37):

Data's the answer to our future.

Jason Rigby (02:39):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (02:40):

Smell that? Smells like freedom.

Jason Rigby (02:42):

Freedom.

Alexander McCaig (02:45):

It's like Braveheart. You know what I mean?

Jason Rigby (02:48):

Love that movie.

Alexander McCaig (02:49):

Okay. So who's responsible for taking ownership of my data?

Jason Rigby (02:53):

You are as individual.

Alexander McCaig (02:54):

Okay, good. So who's-

Jason Rigby (02:54):

Self responsibility.

Alexander McCaig (02:55):

Great. So who's responsible for sharing my data?

Jason Rigby (02:58):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (02:58):

Okay. And so who's responsible for helping other human beings?

Jason Rigby (03:01):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (03:01):

Oh, good. And who's responsible for sharing TARTLE with friends and family?

Jason Rigby (03:05):

You are.

Alexander McCaig (03:05):

Okay. And who's allowed to participate in doing all these things?

Jason Rigby (03:09):

Everyone.

Alexander McCaig (03:10):

Oh, you are just on fire today. Professor Rigby, you're about to score a perfect score on your exam.

Jason Rigby (03:16):

[inaudible 00:03:16] trial picks.

Alexander McCaig (03:16):

Yeah. I'm feeling them, feeling it pulsing in my brain. So, okay. So who can see my data?

Jason Rigby (03:22):

Only the person that buys it.

Alexander McCaig (03:23):

Interesting.

Jason Rigby (03:23):

TARTKE can't.

Alexander McCaig (03:25):

TARTLE can't do it.

Jason Rigby (03:26):

No one can. Unless we buy it.

Alexander McCaig (03:28):

Unless we buy it. And if I'm on there and I'm filling it out or pulling information down, can I see it though myself?

Jason Rigby (03:35):

If you're on there?

Alexander McCaig (03:36):

So if I'm the actual data czar, I can see my info?

Jason Rigby (03:38):

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Alexander McCaig (03:38):

Well, that's obvious.

Jason Rigby (03:39):

Yes.

Alexander McCaig (03:40):

But anybody else can't see unless-

Jason Rigby (03:41):

None, no one, can see it.

Alexander McCaig (03:42):

Explicitly let them see it.

Jason Rigby (03:43):

Yeah. There's like blockchain and all kinds of crypto and...

Alexander McCaig (03:45):

Okay. And so can I ask you something? And I don't want you to get teary eyed about this. But who defines your self worth Jason?

Jason Rigby (03:52):

I do.

Alexander McCaig (03:53):

Excellent.

Jason Rigby (03:54):

100%.

Alexander McCaig (03:55):

Great. And who's responsible for helping you and others evolve?

Jason Rigby (04:00):

I'm responsible.

Alexander McCaig (04:02):

This is fantastic.

Jason Rigby (04:02):

This is such self responsibility.

Alexander McCaig (04:03):

You were at a 99%, right? You almost got a perfect gold star professor Rigby. And so final question. Who should tell businesses how to use my data?

Jason Rigby (04:17):

You should.

Alexander McCaig (04:18):

Wow. Congratulations.

Jason Rigby (04:20):

Because it's ethically sourced data.

Alexander McCaig (04:23):

Fantastic.

Jason Rigby (04:24):

You gave consent through your free will to sell that data to someone else.

Alexander McCaig (04:28):

Professor Rigby.

Jason Rigby (04:29):

You can choose not to or to.

Alexander McCaig (04:31):

You have successfully passed TARTLE university. Thank you for going through the modules with us. Thank you for sharing and...

Jason Rigby (04:39):

Jobs@tartle.co. Let us know you passed the university. We'll also be purchasing this data.

Alexander McCaig (04:44):

We'll be purchasing the data.

Jason Rigby (04:46):

So we can get ahold of you. But jobs@tartle.co. Let us know. We'll check, make sure that after we purchase the data, make sure we're good to go. And we'll schedule an interview with you.

Alexander McCaig (04:55):

How exciting is that? You can open up more opportunity for yourself.

Jason Rigby (04:58):

Wherever you are in the world, we'd love to have a conversation with you.

Alexander McCaig (05:00):

Just remember, you are 100% responsible.

Speaker 3 (05:10):

Thank you for listening to TARTLE Cast with your hosts Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby. Where humanity steps into the future and source data defines the path. What's your data worth?