A Forgotten Factor of People

I was scrolling through one of my feeds and I came across an article with the eye catching title of “Star Trek: Discovery Challenges Viewers with Show’s First Unethical Captain” ( https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/mb3qka/star-trek-discovery-challenges-viewers-with-the-shows-first-unethical-captain?utm_source=mbfb ). And this of course got my wheels turning. What I hope to cover is a forgotten piece of individuals in regards to […]

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What People Read.

Reading or seeing is the primary way individuals obtain new information. For those who are sighted (who can see) tend to rely on this particular sense more than any other, followed closely by hearing. Because of this visual ads, text, and other written work are important to business, marketing, manipulation/negotiation, and convincing. Certain things need […]

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Uncontrolled Reactions

There are somethings that just happen. Runny noses and sneezing during allergy seasons, irritation when you encounter something you don’t like, and other knee jerk reactions cannot be controlled. This creates a problem for marketing, business, and certain social things that can involve small to large amounts of influencing/manipulation. The problem is we do not […]

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Data Denial and Privacy

Yesterday’s post had to do in part with ignorant or malicious data denial. today we’re going to look at data denial in regards to privacy and a possible way to gain data for informative purposes. Your social security number, bank statements, and other things like your home address are things that count as data that […]

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Putting things off.

I probably made a post like this before, but in the current climate of the world it remains relevant. I like to collect information, knowledge, useful things, and some not so useful things. This is made easier online with save features and watch later options. But while the internet is hailed as the repository of […]

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