Leaving a system

As we actually can watch in Egypt, it is creative to leave a system behind. Like trash. WordPress, twitter, flickr, youtube, facebook etc. now also in the hands of Arabian youth will change the old political systems, established in the sixties. Old dictatorships and family clans will lose the fight against the mobile generation and their great information technologies without any fence open to a world wide connectivity, political support, connected with nations, who already have a democracy – and twitter, facebook, wordpress :-) more at http://gigaom.com/2011/02/03/gladwell-still-missing-the-point-about-social-media-and-activism/


La barca
Originally uploaded by Superpepelu

As we actually can watch in Egypt, it is creative to leave a system behind. Like trash. Even it were your own opinions. To escape from old identities or social structures. Or to stop a nonsense or those political evils: dictatorships. To make an end to some wars or even some simple mobbing. To start future. To change. Sometimes it needs rage. Sometimes only a little courage, guts, dialog, esprit, power to make some change …

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P.S.:
Personally I escaped from twitter and facebook, myspace and amazon, maybe soon from youtube and flickr: to concentrate on wordpress. I like this server, yes. And I am proud, that I had the flexibility to leave an odd system to join a new, creative one!

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20 responses to “Leaving a system

  1. compare the photo sent to my group BLOG IT:
    title=”Stranded” by mhobl
    Stranded
    maybe we should continue the journey with a motorbike, camel or helicopter :-)

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  2. title=”Gaeta 2″ by Rino Palma, Naples, Italy
    Gaeta 2

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  3. related: my comment at

    http://gigaom.com/2011/02/03/gladwell-still-missing-the-point-about-social-media-and-activism/?go_commented=1#comment-586548

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    WordPress, twitter, flickr, youtube, facebook etc. now also in the hands of Arabian youth will change the old political systems, established in the sixties. Old dictatorships and family clans will lose the fight against the mobile generation and their great information technologies without any fence open to a world wide connectivity, political support, connected with nations, who already have a democracy – and twitter, facebook, wordpress :-)

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  6. Stranded
    title=”Stranded”
    by chris.merwe, on Flickr

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  8. We can only do it if we see no differences. we must realize that were all the same and were all in pain let the Berlin wall fall again! just so you know if you counted face book as a country it would be the 3rd largest….. think about that….! right on brother great photos too!

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  9. Wreck of Eduard Bohlen
    title=”Wreck of Eduard Bohlen” by chris.merwe, on Flickr

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