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When I think about what kind of a person I want to be I wonder how much of this person is consumed by the feeling of being remote.
This is no secret—every website is filled with word games and pictures, dead trees voodoo spells. An app store that provides users with 98% of what people ever need is the strongest sign of compassion and understanding since the inferences of Pixelspeak.
We have to live in cyberspace! A social interaction is different for every person. But how much is that meaningful interaction?
You can’t possibly be an emotionally, intellectually healthy, adult human being in this world without at least one relationship that generates feelings of vulnerability. Sadly, online socialising doesn’t produce a warm fuzzy like real human conversation does.
I was with a friend the other day. We were having a passionate debate over the #MeToo movement which was taking over the landscape of modern American life. This brought the understanding that I’m a more open, likable person (albeit a klutzy one) when I’m in a real human connection.
But there is also that amount of paranoia about being watched and blamed
I discovered that the number of people looking at me while I was sitting in the chair next to the toilet at the practice table was actually quite a lot. I woke up worried, but after a quick flick through a small stack of tabloids, which have been compiled in my bedside drawer for years, I soon discovered the screaming headline of the day. “Porn Revolution – Sell DVD’s.”
“TOTAL CRAP! NO ONE SHARES CLIPS TO PUBLISH!” (Not a phrase I use lightly.)
“WE SELL CLIPS TO PUBLISH. THE PUBLISHERS MAKE THEIR MONEY BY MAKING VIDEOS. WE MAKE CLIPS FOR PUBLISHERS TO POST.”
My friend didn’t want to believe me. “TOTAL CRAP!! IT’S NOT CRAZY TO THINK THAT PEOPLE SELL CLIPS TO PUBLISH VIDEOS!”
We had a heart to heart, she gave me her full support and I gave her a taste of chocolate to quiet her concerns.
There was one glaring point which we both agreed on, however, which turned out to be a common link among all the endearing, vulnerable humans that we met while we were on our virtual adventures.
“OK I’m not going to be calling the shots here, but we will in very short order start selling stuff on the FREE SERVE part of Safari because THEY NEED SOMETHING IN THEIR LIFE.”
We should of course have an outfit, a name and a mission statement. The purpose could be to get people to buy online subscriptions to the receiving site while they were roaming the online wilderness. When I share this with friends who went on email romances before they learned how not to, the conversation always ends the same way.
They are in a boat somewhere, they hear a story about a conversation and before long they decide to leave their vessel behind and find other adventures. That is often when their personality shifts – they become a different person who sells you social media adverts, instant chat rooms, online fitness, statuses, obnoxious gift trees and supplements.
I just want to be around people who are using platforms that are beneficial to society and I want to let people succeed. Let’s not feed this idea that we’re here to make money on how people feel.
On Safari there is no doubt where you stand in cyberspace, however, you have to enter the badge, like a police officer entering the courtroom to show their badge, and that badge is your ticket to easy fast internet.
Your digital badge may belong to a membership to Safari Online Learning (SOL), but after the token membership period it will become your personal digital badge of achievement.
A digital presence in life
We will be able to use this digital identity to redeem content off of various sites, helping to monetize the existence of the SONY Corporation, Universal Pictures and Warner Brothers.
At the first domain registrar I typed in I received a reminder from the SONY corporation that I was in for a digital service, shopping for something!
Real money! I got an email from STEVEN SPIELBERG saying “It’s a good thing to be lazy. As Steven Spielberg says… ‘You could get wasted.’”