A showing of ignorance is not bliss... thats why theres a big difference between computer user and computer educated.
These previous generations werent raised on computers so they are pretty ignorant of how they work, even though they can operate one... doesnt mean
they know what they are doing with them.
So apparently, the digital age is starting to really bite all the corruption and obsfucation right in the ass... from Hillarys email debacle to
Theres basically a huge dividing line in technology... the 12:00 noon digital clock seems to be to it between; who get called Gen X and those termed
Boomers born right before or after WW2... when that tech of pressing a button and then changing a clock on an alarm, VCR, or microwave got to be too
complicated... it was already game over.
That doesnt mean people now know any more or less. The Gen X were teethed on the digital, and the Y's we weaned on it, and the current M's were
concieved into it.
If one wants to stay learning and growing... with their finger on the pulse of life and whats going on, such ignorance bubbles to stasis in... is
unacceptable to keep progression going. At that point its kinda time to throw in the towel and accept there are limitations to what you know, when
handing it over to the next generation; as it has become too much to learn too soon... like a video game where youve almost got all the quests
complete and then the designer releases 5 to 10 new quests; all ready adding to the burden when you thought you were at the end... and then it starts
running way ahead of you in evolution. So it becomes sit down and reflect on what mistakes one has made to screw everyone else in selfishness and
trying to hide it as an adult still acting like a child with no personal responsibility which is de-evolution.
All this transparency has what word in it? Parency, so it should be apparent that; with technology the way it is? Unless you avoid it entirely...
everything you digitally do will be seen... whether it is from those trying to hide it; to those hacking it; for good or nefarious reasons. Snowden:
Well many think the exposing he did; tore down the 21st century digital wall... Obama was calling for transparency, was he not? Careful what you wish
for? Who knows if someone will; take you literal or figurative, or what position they have to do so.
The silliness is of course, people trying to hide; their digital lives... it isnt like the old days of: burn or shred the papers... so the denibility;
is never plausible, theres at least 3 copies of every single thing youve digitally done; somewhere at any given time... so deleting? Is like trying to
clean up a crime scene with more blood... it wont work.
So congratulations everyone; that has hung themselves in the digital noose... I suppose; ignorant that we always supply the correct amount of rope...
when acting; in such a nefarious manner, not too short, and not too long... its always just right.
So; what have you done to someone lately? Is no longer a question, in the digital world... as people already know. So when someone asks; and already
knows? That deniability... is no longer plausible. Its obvious that; no group or ideology, is going to sheild people from actions like they used to.
Since the world has moved into personal resonsibility... thanks to the digital age and the disire of well; peole want to know what youre doing for
what? Security: National and worldwide.
Of course; those fearing such a thing... are calling for internet kill switches etc. in a big cover all our/their asses; because we as a species...
cant seem to handle personal responsibility, and well thats a big ol generalization, because a lot of us can and do without any need to; cover our
asses or pretend, nor hide behind some group for justification for our actions.
As they say... in the interwebs or cyberspace or right where you are right now... good luck with that, yeah its said in real life too; but often not
in irony like online.
Cheers and mod speed.
edit on 15-6-2016 by BigBrotherDarkness because: sp. and clarity