Tuesday, March 13, 2012


"The hyperinflation in the influence market explains a lot. It is ready to burst. One has but to look at the value of AM radio broadcast properties to see evidence of the underlying trend."

Getting a concept vetted by an authentic user population is the new goal. Simply selling a profitable idea with persuasion is no longer sufficient or in many cases even advisable.

The checks and balances of robust and cost-effective global interaction through technology advances challenges the command and control structure that has dominated for decades. One does not have to look far to see clear evidence of just how important this is viewed by the few who benefited mightily from it.

Private legal intimidation only works when there is a lack of informed public scrutiny. For those seeking better circumstances from a change, the key has been working on an infrastructure of cooperation. Beware the frequent use of privacy fear to counter the incentive of prudent trust.

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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