Can we do everything on our own? Or is it better to collaborate and find partners in everything we do? This is the age of mass collaboration, thanks to something called the Internet. The Internet has evolved into a vast depository of knowledge, such as the world has never seen before. Today, every topic and most notable people are on the Net. Free, collaborative engines such as WikiPedia, have made available a vast depository of copyright free, shared information that can be utilized with permissions, in order to build a huge network or following of people around the world.
It is from this sense of collaboration, that many new businesses are being formed on the Net today. Software has advanced at an incredible speed, in order to assist people in distributing their articles and businesses on the Internet today. RSS feeds technology is just one of these developments. We also have auto responder technologies, to help us automate our responses and to build email lists of potential customers to our affiliate businesses, at an alarming rate of speed and efficiency. Push button technologies exist today, that are designed to assist the newbie in creating an internet empire, should they desire to do so.
I have always been a communicator. As a retired teacher from Canada, I spent my life and my career sharing information with young people, in order to help them along their way. We are never too old to learn, because the human brain is only limited by our thought processes; if “we think we can accomplish anything in life, we can succeed.”
So, enjoy your journey and share and collaborate some information with me. You are welcome to come along and find your own goals in the bargain. Life is short, but mass collaboration, opens a window to an eternal, number of possibilities, and associations. Mass collaboration changes everything!