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1.2 Television (TV), Computer and Video Games by Stephen T. Jones

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Most of us don’t realize it, but the home television has been around for just as long as the computer. I am not talking about the personal computer, as that wasn’t developed until much later. More importantly, we are really starting to see and understand the impact of personal computers and the freedom they allow us. Nowadays it’s much easier to level the playing field to compete against the big guys. In order to do this, we must learn a distinction between the two. First, we have the TV, which is passive and is something we have little control over. We’ve adapted ourselves to watching television with a conscious or sub-conscious filter. This filtering enables us to have a life outsideof TV because with less dimensions engaged, we clearly see it as something external, which it is. Second, we have the personal computer which has multiple dimensions, more decisions and far more reach. This interaction can cause us to think that we havemore control, which is true. However, it also can be destructive without a system or filter in place.

20306499.thb  198x300 1.2 Television (TV), Computer and Video Games by Stephen T. JonesNext, we have video games. Video games are able to engage us to the point where we are actually able to lose sight of reality for some time. The military has, in fact, used video games to train our soldiers. I have a question for you that you will possibly be asking yourself for the rest of your life: How can we use technology for positive change? Once I started asking this question, I realized that it was happening much more than we think and I am optimistic that it will be starting to happen more and more. I am not talking about a website. I am talking about viral juggernauts and engaging and empowering the masses. In the past, juggernauts were built for destruction and/or protecting what was theirs. If there is something that this economy is telling us, it’s that we need to stop smoking the Ivy League Crack. Your generation is different and this book is all about creating a bridge from where you are now, to what I call “Grood Corporate Culture.” I am optimistic that this is already happening and inspired by the chance of it happen more and more like a wave of consciousness.This was taken from my book the social networking experiment click here is your are interested in learning more.

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Stephen T. Jones is a Visionary, Inspirational Speaker and Social Media Lobbyist who loves to connect with water and waves while taking time to build community ventures and corporate projects.
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