Thursday, February 2, 2012

Who Matters

"Believe it or not, there are those who suggest that better personal identification does not have a ‘market’. The argument goes that individuals do not want to pay for something they already have, personal value. What could be more obvious?"

NSTIC, in effect, says there are funds available to think deeper about the topic in cyberspace. Over a thousand posts to this log spanning more than two years have contemplated this very subject as a central theme.

Is the reason for the counterintuitive notion cyberspace is not worth a better answer to the question who? Or is there an implicit collective assumption that is in error?
© 2012 Buzz Hill


  1. Whoa Buzz, you could have written the NSTIC. Now Barack's people have done it for you!

  2. I would like to believe it is a collaboration, encouraged by the master community organizer (Barack) and his team, Brad. As the recent quote from Mr. Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg states, 'In the future, things should be tied to your identity, and they’ll be more valuable that way.'