Natural Materials

Glass plastic woodWe can thank Nature for wood, metal, stone, clay, hay, cement, glass and plastic but some of the above require a lot of processing to produce them.

Consumers need to be able to guage the level of energy used to create such materials, and also the levels required to economically re-cycle products therefrom.

Whilst ‘profit’ remains the sole aim of a producer, they will be unlikely to come up with this information if it steers buyers away from purchase.

Some producers never realise how much it costs to get their producte to market because they never count the cost in terms of the environment and its social impact.

When raw resources, and indeed communities, are ‘there’ to be ‘had’, few suppliers and few consumers ever bother to think of the results. Now, those who were assured that “There’s plenty more Fish in the Sea”, discover a different reality. Was reality ever known or was un-thinking rhetoric easier to teach?

Do you repeat stuff that is now inaccurate? I probably do a bit, because I have not updated my understanding on everything so I go around saying things that I believe to be so as if they were fact. I am however willing to learn, listen and be advised of updates as I feel I have a responsibility to tell things as they are, not as they were.

Millions of people love to perpetuate the past misnomers because it saves them re-building their foundations and re-thinking their ideas. It was a modern author who suggested that everyone thought the World was flat. It was some other author who suggested that the ‘Dark Ages’ were ones of little progress. It was a series of authors who between them wrote other books on belief systems and probably coined the phrase “There’s plenty more fish in the sea”.

Are you reading authors or are you reading life the way it is?

Too many people carry forward, not their personal ideas, but the inherited ideas of people who are not only dead now, but were putting the ideas down in the light of the history period experienced.

Whilst some things about the past are pretty interesting, to apply them wholesale to the future without update is folly.

Forward Waves from Grant ~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~

Net Jockey

Net JockeyWith broadband, cam, microphone, video footage, stills and text at the fingertips of home based web users, the birth of the ‘Net-Jockey’ boom is really upon us.

(If you manufacture ‘blue screen’ technology for TV/ Film Industry , contact me for a business proposal)

Soon, top net nights and net days will be broadcast to homes, clubs and pubs with the potential of reaching audiences far larger than any auditorium can hold. These net jockey hosted events will be live, interactive and ‘dangerous’.

The mood of the moment is for easy to manage technology where as much as possible is automated. Seamless professional presenting has never been so achievable but during the fame rush for most of these new net-jockeys, we’ll see a lot of dodgy mixers with cackhanded MC-ing.

Net Jockeys may even claim the world of politics whilst live on air or may move global populations to buy products and services, ‘live’ and akin to the techniques used on television shopping channels. Whoever is out there to pick up the challenge, I think they will dominate the internet and help it come of age.

If you wish to move-on your wish to get on-board and harness the benefits of a sympathetic Net Jockey, for events of the ‘now’ – contact me

Waves in the making ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ MC Grant