Junk Mail – The Importance Of Preserving The Internet

January 3rd 2018 – By: William Larsen – Civilians News – “News For All Views”

– Junk Mail – The Importance Of Preserving The Internet –

 

The internet is a lot like psychological evolution…… At first, the internet was ruled by cat pictures and mindless humor, but now it’s evolving into an Artificial Intelligence, universe. In fact, quantifying human emotion, is seemingly catapulting society toward the next level of analytics…… (See also; Artificial Intelligence Project.)

However, evolution of this sort, has also spurred societal decisions, moving forward…… For example, one such decision, is whether or not to preserve, what most people would consider, “clutter,” or, “junk information,” overflowing the internet today.

Do you delete the seemingly wasted billions of gigabytes, hampering sites like; Youtube, Wikipedia, FB, SnapChat, or random blogs? Or do hosting and cloud computing companies, leave this information online, essentially forever?….

Should information stay online forever?

In my opinion, yes it should, notably Youtube videos……..

Currently, Google is using processors, capable of “tera flops,” computing in excess of 1 quadrillion computations, per second……..

In terms of hardware, through cloud computing and super servers… preserving the internet is more feasible, than ever before. Furthermore, in this day and age, even the most senseless of information might be more important then people think………

That’s because there’s a booming surge in analytics, currently taking place all around the world…and as statisticians constantly seek, “new and improved techniques for business,” a redundant theme of board room planning, must often become, “redundancy itself……”

Imagine this…….. The year is 2100 AD……..

Your at the grocery store, choosing between a deli sandwich, or cookies…….

Your super advanced, future watch, displays a hologram on your shoulder……..

The hologram says….. “In 2025, your late ancestor chose the cookies and was divorced shortly thereafter, for having sexual frustrations with his wife, due to weight problems.”

While this might seem morbidly futuristic…….. perhaps even a poor example……. This illustration of the need to preserve data, illustrates how even trivial information, can improve decision making down the line……

Another example, of this statistical phenomenon, is currently taking place in the music industry…….

It’s a lot like music…. and the future of music today…… For example, a lot of people nowadays, make music in their bedroom(s). Nevertheless, if more and more people are making music, then why isn’t there better music? And more of it?

In my opinion, this is because the music industry, is very difficult.

Look at these musicians, from the 90’s and early 2000’s, who had their stint on top……Hoobastank, Sum 41, Pennywise, NOFX, NickelBack, Duncan Sheik, Lil Flip, Pastor Troy, Lil Zane, BG, Coolio……

Do you think these people are happy today?

Furthermore, do you think they’ve lived, “happy lives?”

Fred durst…….

Puddle of mud……

Shania Twain……

And these were successful artists.………

But with that being said, why should a company today, take a chance on a kid making music in his/her bedroom? Particularly when data shows, a musician like Fred Durst, succeeded for 5 years and then struggled for the rest of his life.

This is another example of why preserving even the most senseless of data, can benefit future generations.

Think about the bands that never made it….. Ska bands….. Reel Big Fish, or GoldFinger.

Do you think these people have lived happy lives? GoldFinger’s claim to fame, is one hit single, on Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 (a video game)…..

But in many ways, this same conundrum is analogous to preserving the internet, even preserving cat pictures, senseless memes, or pointless videos, online……

This is because statistical analytics, continues to grow more and more complicated, spilling into Artificial Intelligence… and hyper predictive reasoning……. Whereby, seemingly trivial bytes of information…… actually become really important, in terms of “redundancy,” in society moving forward……..

Meaning… there’s no reason to, “take a chance,” on another Fred Durst… because we know where that career path leads…….. and music really exemplifies that issue.

Something to think about.

-William Larsen, Civilians News