This video is from an extraordinary Seattle Musician named Aaron English. I have known Aaron for several years and follow all of his work. He is always up to something completely interesting. Aaron can say more in 4 minutes that I can say in 100 blog posts.
Social Media has become another casualty of the broken financial system where people fight for artificial scarcity. It is no longer a means to empower and enlighten, it is becoming another means to exploit and oppress.
Most people feel that a huge change is underway. Most people feel deep in their hearts that whatever we are doing today will be different tomorrow. Most people feel a strange combination of anxiety and optimism.
Together with the financial banking, these two system engage in the dance of the virtuous circle of innovation enterprise. Apart, they collapse into the swirling cesspool of eternal debt and infinite interest (pun intended).
Today, I have been reading a lot of posts related to 9/11 and the terrible events of that day. The conversation lives. It is propagated in every direction and expressed in so many different ways once unimaginable from editorialized news.
Surely the World still greatly admires and respects American Ingenuity especially in the age of social media and would likely buy such a financial instrument, if not to copy, improve, and outsource on it later.
Wall Street is quite happy collecting the royalties of the creative people in America – those people who actually produce something real and tangible. Social media is a social contract and Intellectual Property is our tangible currency.