Sociological, Psychological, and Economical review of Content in Human Behavior using Technology.

Thoughts and feelings of exploitation beyond missing children, but also reporters of small town murders, crime, and psychological injuries of those who carry on, as if certain people never existed. The technology is used as a Social Networking medium, without much regulation and control over content. The system is filtered, with a profile connection suggestion system of who knows who, which can connect you to other people; a great way to connect, only if the content is good. Many suggestions made are often unwanted and restricted to data boxes, such as “Highschool” and offers no real opportunity to meet new people, unless they are connected to someone who ‘chooses’ to publicly share their friends. It is true that catching up is good, but continued relationships and growing beyond what once was is minimal, unless used regularly, in a text and video based exchange of information, much of which content has been found random, non-directed, and performing more as a picture sharing site. This has also proven to cause psychological damage for some. Facebook offers no ‘database’ style of datasharing, where a checkboxes or keywords categorize interests, status, and memorialization. Once a friend publishes, the feed content and what is available for viewing is not a user choice and cannot be user filtered; causing unwanted information in an unorganized way. This can be harmful, but also useful, if better organized, but the system asks that the user ‘keywords’ or ‘tags’ their own content; making it a voluntary task, non-system generated stream of disorganized content, much of which is often questionable. Personality evaluation and maturity growth can be tested and shown, but not written because of human feelings, lies, false reporting, and inability to change society. It is not a system designed for sociological change, however it can be used by sociologists and pscychiastrists for behavioral studies of comparative value.

Making friends with the past, reviewing change and advancement of people, sharing, and technology that enabled the updates.

Has anything been solved beyond ‘game’ puzzles or have missing persons, dead people, and ignorant profits or anyone found guilty and feel any remorse? People seem to carry on as if time stops and is not continuous. Filtering systems create streams of ‘types’ of people; sorted with no real ‘professional social networking’ opportunity; almost isolation and limited communications to criminals and other defective characters. It seems to be an attempt at perceptual manipulation – to push an ideal that the world and the people in it; all of it are bad, and so are you; and therefore can only view those of similar qualities or likeness.

The ONE MILLION DOLLAR mark. Is this another manipulation tactic to cause a negative social view, or can it be used to honesty assess and evaluate social systems, growth, and change over time in human communication systems?

Analysis of the System Releaser and how the system functions in comparison.


By Sheri