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    Sony played this at their executive meeting this past year. It does make you think.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL9Wu2kWwSY

  • #2
    Re: Food for thought

    So what does it all mean?

    There is going to be an insurmountable amount of pornography being downloaded every second come 2020.

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    • #3
      Re: Food for thought

      What does it all mean is the question they wish to ask themselves in order to put their company in the best position possible based on these supposed facts.

      They will make mistakes in following these too closely though. Companies and the "superbrains" that sit in a room and analyze things such as this typically forget the x factor of human behavior involved.

      There have been various imperfect economies for 1000's of years. The ones in place currently are constantly evolving still.

      The evidence supplied would seem to indicate a shift in world power for the future. That's the evidence supplied though. What I like to call the x factor (humans doing the unexpected) can often screw up the conclusion one would come too based on the evidence.

      Then again it could easily happen. Many forget the dominance of Rome and while they are fine now, noone ever thinks of them on the world platform anymore.

      Be interesting to watch from the Generals' chair.

      J.C.
      Last edited by BobsPlumbing; 11-30-2009, 09:03 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: Food for thought

        As food for thought it seems to be working, at least for you two.

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        • #5
          Re: Food for thought

          Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
          What does it all mean is the question they wish to ask themselves in order to put their company in the best position possible based on these supposed facts.

          They will make mistakes in following these too closely though. Companies and the "superbrains" that sit in a room and analyze things such as this typically forget the x factor of human behavior involved.

          There have been various imperfect economies for 1000's of years. The ones in place currently are constantly evolving still.

          The evidence supplied would seem to indicate a shift in world power for the future. That's the evidence supplied though. What I like to call the x factor (humans doing the unexpected) can often screw up the conclusion one would come too based on the evidence.

          Then again it could easily happen. Many forget the dominance of Rome and while they are fine now, noone ever thinks of them on the world platform anymore.

          Be interesting to watch from the Generals' chair.

          J.C.
          Porn and online gaming are but two constants in regards to the internet. Especially porn.

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          • #6
            Re: Food for thought

            Oh noes!!!!!

            Machines are taking over the world !!!!

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            • #7
              Re: Food for thought

              Things are constantly changing, evolving, and yet much stays the same. We are still dealing with a physical world and human frailty. When I installed fiber optic cables I was told it's capacity was only limited by the technolongy on either end and to a degree that is true. One fiber optic cable the thickness of my finger could replace fifty copper cables the size of my forearm, and that was twenty years ago. Technology is amazing, but while all those "facts" were thought provoking, so is the physical world they must exist within. China and India face all sorts of challenges, natural disasters, disease, political unrest and financial woes to name a few. We helped build Sony, and we have helped build china and india as well through jobs sent there and American dollars used to buy their goods. We should digest this food for thought and figure out a just desert. Will we set our own course for the future or continue to waste time and resources arguing amongst ourselves, while we continue to enrich others?

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