What would the world look like if Mark Zuckerberg,
Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs,
Sundar Pichai—to name a few—knew what Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google would be today at the start of their companies? Would
they still have chosen to pursue their paths?
The largest and most commonly visited websites are driven by capital. How, as a user, am I directly being influenced by the structural design of these websites? And how am I by those that aren’t driven by capital or an agenda?
How would the culture of consumption and production change if words such as “curiosity” and “innovation” rigidly held negative connotations? And if those such as “skepticism” and “caution” rigidly held positive connotations?
How would belief systems shift if information being consumed was not algorithmically driven nor biased?
Where quick-to-develop online communities flourish from shared values and beliefs, what acts as a separation of belief and truth?
Where the ability to consume, digest, and produce (via internet) is uncontrolled and exponentially quick to evolve, is there a way to more actively form the space we occupy as the space simultaneously
What incites change? Is
there a way to detect when
change is necessary and/or self indulgent and
What purpose does asking these questions have? I'm not entirely sure, but I have many. I suggest you ask some too.