- Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:07 pm
There isn't one. I have looked and I have tried. It is a waste of time.
The focus on the internet is about traffic, numbers, a broad brush approach where the available solutions are for everything, for everyone. To a point it works. But only if you are prepared to waste an inordinate amount of time looking for something you don't really want.
It also works for the sites, we all use to give us the solutions that don't quite fit the brief.
Is there an alternative?
Becoming a Digital Nomad is billed as an alternative lifestyle. But is it practical? Once again the answer for most of us is no. That is unless there is a radical shift in the way we do things, the way we think. The internet is merely a communication tool. So why is it necessary to run with that one solution fits all model?
Why can we not start with me instead?
There is stuff I know. Stuff I am interested in. And if I can make myself useful why can I not add value to what I am doing? As simple as it may be, the principle is quite straight forward. What we need to do is to shift the vision from the top down, to turn it on its head. All value on the net is the sum of the smaller parts. And if we were able to find an excuse to reorder the collective, in such a way as to retain the identity of each of those smaller parts, to focus on the value of the individual, the service offered, we could radically shift the way people use and view the internet as a business tool.