These 3 videos are a good introduction to bitcoin. Bitcoin is the internet of money. Network-based money.
I have realised that I can blog, podcast, and video blog at the same time and it’s stretching my time. I have decided to focus on vlogging. I know that with vlogging, I can use the footage to create blog posts and podcasts. I can even write books with video footage. As they say, a picture tells a thousand words and a video tells a million words. The great thing is that I don’t need expensive equipment to get started. Eventually I will do, but for now I can use my iPhone, iPad, and Mac. I have invested in screen-casting software so I’m good to go! SaveSave SaveSave
How do social media companies make their money? How are they worth so much money? Why do investors find investments in social media companies attractive? How much are you contributing to these platforms through your participation? I hope these questions will provoke you into considering how much time you are spending on these platforms. If we leave a social media platform, what happens to it? Why do you think these platforms are always coming up with new exciting things that you can do on their platforms? Why do the more prominent companies buy certain startups? By now, you would have figured out that your time is valuable to social media companies. First, they need your attention; then they require you to keep coming back. What is the incentive that keeps you coming back? Why do you check your phone every so often? Now how many of those conversations that you have had in the past are easily accessible and usable? A musician can still get paid for music which is 40 years old. How about your content? Some people are more valuable than others on social media. They keep people entertained on a daily basis. But how much are they worth? We have a problem. We are providing the value that social media companies are using to make billions of dollars. So I’m not blaming them for that. We are on these social media platforms by choice. But what if you want to be compensated for the value you give? Imagine if Facebook was to give every