The social media discourse continues, giving more information for consumer industries to ensure the countries that need the work get it. What you think of as a conversation is something inside of your boxed description. The digital world trust is growing, its moving into smaller spaces, people in the US with experience of using Google Glass and finding out that not all spaces welcome Google Glass users. Robert Scoble has a new book out and will be in London next Thursday Friday event which I have made a link for you to check out. This post is about my observations, on the backend I have noticed a few comments saying my posts are becoming boring, even more interesting is these posts go straight into the Askimet spam filters, so with that said I will react to my understanding of disruptive economics the right way. Another point I want to explore is the word channel, what is it and why is it good to tune into a channel and listen regularly. Also as ever I will share a little bit about Twitter, Facebook experiences from around the web, noticed from leading sites that are doing innovative stuff and stand out enough worth mentioning here on Robert Bridge Buddy Blogger Communications.
The first notification starts where I started of, outside of explaining simple things like how to use your mouse on computer, the fear of the cloud. Lots of CEO sit around talking about and sharing how they store things on their database and how they do their best not to have purchasing data public. These conversations made two years ago, still continue. The 99% security still exists and the variety of options have shrunk due to the togetherness, locally here in the UK we still continue to do what is the easiest thing to do, throwing bandwidth on product launches, during sales of seasonal products and clients who like the sports car hosting. The point here is to explain the timelessness of this subject, nothing much has changed other than options, price tiers and small innovative companies being bought out by bigger companies who are the real disruptive figures you should be looking out for. If you and your small team are developers how long before its time to sell and disappoint your customers. Can we trust websites, or are they just selling out data. Have you taken time out to develop your skills in one pocket of the Internet only to find this style of social media is sold out to IPO.
The glass raised. You walk into a pub in the USA with a Google Glass only to be told to leave the premises. Is it really possible live streaming is such a bad thing. Are people in the premises right to say they do not want to be filmed? Here is the argument. You walk into the airport and look into the eye glass, the retina reader compliments your passport, do you come away from this process with a black eye, like you would see on the telescope jokes on Tumblr of priates and North Korea, no I do not think it is that. You are in the pub having a meal or a light refreshment before the journey home, you deserve privacy, live streaming could get you in trouble at home or might mean you get pulled over for a breathalyser test. That is if the NSA really is watching Google live streaming. I am sure if they are it is purely for entertainment reasons, or is it part of the new enrolment economy. Where US move into CCTV positions as symbolism, cryptography and Geography become a closed shop of old done for data. Perhaps the movement is a disruptive pattern from the minority report future to stop in its tracks the WallE effect of tubby guys and gals driving around in computer cars not really having to do much other than engage in the chip landscape. I really do not know because I have no experience with using Google Glass, personally I think that if it gets people out of their homes, away from their computers and provides more rich media to add to social media, then its a good thing. I am curious like many to how long the battery lasts, perhaps this is something iApple can take on board and improve upon if needed.
Before I forget here is the link to the event next Thursday or Friday Dec 2013 with Robert Scoble from Rackspace.
Moving swiftly on I want to talk about big companies like Google and the workplace. A few years ago, everyone wanted to be accepted a join the long list of maybe’s to fly to the moon with Google or version. What we see now is the recruitment process. Recruitment of the Beautiful Minds, stuck in jobs with companies that struggle to emulate what companies used to be. The factory model has moved to areas in the world that need it leaving many people displaced, less well of but happy with being busy, hence social media and social interactions. Social Media takes a lot of effort to understand, its easy to find the coaching, and even quicker to create a conversation. That said if you have not been keeping up, not been doing the things that people do, or have the image and photograph aligned with what you are doing do that now. Whether you like it or not someone is pleased to see your face in search, icons and symbols always take a back burner. Cartoons evoke a nostalgic follow, in places where people missed the boat on the Simpsonisation. Its the cultivation of being just like them. Its the Quaballah, Cabalah, Kaballah, its the Christ Head, The Mary Magdalene, the angels club, the Harry Potters screaming root, The new Doctor Who’s and assistants, the reliving of Lost, Heroes and other forms of TV Glue. Its the badges people wear, cultivating the global prefect. Snobs being overshadowed by the balancing of scales. The clock is ticking, people are learning new languages, relationships are happening where people least expect. People grow old a learn how to fix things, not the other way road, grow young, buy and break things.
Have you noticed there are too many changes? In 2008 I was really excited about change, but just like every other fad from breakdancing to Yoga I soon got board, this reinforces my subconscious limiting belief that everything has a time code attached to it. For me this is the one thing that has held me back from accelerated embracing of the digital economy in a world of incubators, dragons den and big companies that have wasted a lot of other peoples money and are now looking for more. You will have to apply to understand, you might fit, chances are you message will be diluted and at some point you will have to conform. So go to that event but remember be yourself, if you mess up who cares, if you are restricted by in-house guidelines of how to carry yourself, in my books done incorrectly you are just a robot, a member of the what am I doing economy, or how long before all this collapses Tribe, the worker bee’s educating a nest of someone else’s iShuffle playlist. You watch video’s about how workdays are consisting of traffic jams and staying cool on the motorway. Companies to high up in the sky its little wonder the world is flattening. The innovative companies are only human, they jump on other peoples ideas with the money they buy out these small companies, you see disappearing. And somewhere in these companies you will see ex entrepreneurs with a few million pounds in their back pocket with a big frown on their face. Real people are in love, real people fall in love everyday and the workplace is from the top down a hornets nest of swapping things. As people look to old values for peace the computer space provides a landscape for people to re charge batteries before going back out in the summer to suck from the flowers that make the world bright, smell fresh and look good when shared on Google+. The conversations from this are nothing compared to the conversations after an exchange of services. The original fears of computers, turn into new understandings, where religions have ventured with loan companies and gloabl governments have joined together at the nose with neighbours around the local authorities teaching information that no one understands, were talking about sebsections of numbers crunching and observational tests to win. Its only at the end of week 12 you see the whole pattern, why not show the full numbered pattern first in a digital format instead of handouts and lever archer files?
Final entry is about Chanel, channels, chanelling, challenging alongside apparel e-commerce excitement, everyone being the BBC, too many channels on the box and churchs opening up online, moving from the hypnotic space to the nostalgic phone a friend. The new economy is so unreal its little wonder channelling is siad to attract all kinds of loonies and its only when you realise we are all part of this lunacy and confusion do you understand the new roles online available, blind leading the blind, the Pied Piper playing an amazing tune. Anyone has an oppurtunity to create and get 15 minutes of fame and continue to please themselves rather than impress the snakes in the apple tree of life. Chanel was discussed humorously a few years ago of technology you can smell a fee inches away, scratch screen, driving people back into stores to buy other things. Nothing beats the experience of going into a store and buying something you did not expect to get, the Internet is the same thing. Offline however consumables rule the roost, saves hoarding, no need for more cloud space, no worries about digital details being lost. You in a business do not have to worry about how to fix what you paid to set up. Your free, this is the word of the self elected 2013 Social Media Digital World Trust. You don’t have to worry about gadgets, leads, transfer of packets, sites being blocked in the sharing economy as the race for stats, ad space and paid advertising converge.