I remember when I first learned that some meetings provide you with a summary at the end called the minutes.
There are a lot of meetings that are supposed to have minutes and somebody’s been assigned the task of keeping them but it’s not a priority.
I believe it should be. If somebody creates good minutes of a meeting then you didn’t need to be at the meeting.
Now videos are self-transcribing. They close caption themselves complete with the hilarious bloopers that that creates in real time. The entire world seems to be on voice keyboard, which is an absurdly ironic concept that has caught on. We talk to our phones so that they may create a text message that then the person may have read to them. We take extra steps to not actually talk to people and it seems to be working.
Another opportunity has appeared before me to take a new swing at finding the right interaction partner to follow through on some ideas.
The progression of available video technology has blown past my imagination limits over and over. An Android app can do more than the Amiga. It’s mind blowing what Snapchat filters did to the world. It hacked another layer off global trust. Everybody is catfishing now.
Trust no one.
You never should have, but now they don’t hide it.
My goal this year is to find a way to stay in Toronto and make at least one drug using friend to hang with and a few activity partners to keep me away from alone brain.