We are now in an economy of ‘likes’. Growth Hacking means that business no longer depend on the value of traditional economic exchanges but instead on selling of user data. What happens to the real economy when all business become an advertising business and nothing real get sold but likes and shares?
When having a discourse, don’t just quote other people word for word or share content for content. That doesn’t make you smart. That makes you a sheep. You may agree with something hence the sharing, but we’d like to know what and why you’re agreeing with. That’s most important.
2012, oh what a year you’ve been. Ups, downs, sideways, noway, everyway. Looking back now, I realised I must have posted a lot of incoherent mumbo-jumbo status updates. Some good, some others irrelevant drivel, maybe even self-centered at times.
So read on below, 52 selected nuggets. Thoughts and opinions shared in 2012. Enjoy!
- Waiting does no one anything good. The clarity of an action produces a far greater outcome than the outcome itself.
- There’s a fine line between sharing and gloating. Like opinions and opinionated. It’s just human nature to not know which is which. (Until someone get offended).
- This Facebook thing, while a wonderful thing, can be a bad thing some times. While on one hand we are sharing all these wonderful stuff, there’s another less fortunate group probably missing out. So let’s practice balance and not forget that there are people not able to enjoy what we enjoy.
- While some things are important, it’s good to remind ourselves to not make others feel unimportant.
- Talking to kids make me happy. There is some sort of freedom in having conversations that is utter nonsense.