How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Alright, tis high time I admit it. I am not content with my life. Hell, some aspects of it I downright hate.

I feel incomplete. Nothing fixes it, not other people, not words of wisdom from the ages, not my toys and games and computers, not the activities I participate in. Sometimes I forget about it, but I never can get rid of it. And I don't know what to do about it.

I think that's why I'm so hell bent on changing the world. I don't know how to change myself, so i'm going to remake the world into what I think will be a better one. Isn't that true of everyone thought? Who actually thinks to themselves, "I'm going to make the world a worse place today?" The best intentions.

Today, I've been spending alot of time thinking about the future, not mine, but the world's, specifically the western world's, that being where I live. First off, I am not a conspiracy theorist who believes there is some sort of organized group out to get us all. Fact of the matter is, no one is "out to get us", they're out to get for themselves. And they aren't organized, they're backstabbing and sneaky and conniving and thier only friend is power. Some of them are politicians, some of them are advertising execs, or school principals, or computer programmers, and so on. Some of them manage the organization to gather into governments and corporations, and it's THAT organization that makes these individuals dangerous.

Clusters of individuals, corporations, governments, military and paramilitary organizations have been waging a new kind of war for decades and have been doing so actively. Enter the Infowar.

Programmers have an acronym, GIGO, which stands for "Garbage In, Garbage Out." You could have the most advanced and accurate algorithm in the world, but if you feed it junk data, you're going to get junk output. People are same way, if they're given the wrong information to make decisons based on, they are going to make the wrong decisions. If you control the information that they recieve, you can control how they act.

Hrm.... I'm bored... more ramblings on this later.... just wait and see!
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