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2007 Case Study on Blogs; Human Demands for Law and Order; Utterly Ridiculous

2007 Case Study on Blogs; Human Demands for Law and Order; Utterly Ridiculous

So often humans will demand law and order in their endeavors and yet what they are really demanding is to make rules to control the situation and make everyone else do things their way. We see this in nearly every aspect of the human experience; we see it in sophisticated societies and advanced civilizations. And yet one has to ask if we are inhibiting ourselves by allowing the never-ending cycle of rule making.

Indeed it is a known fact that most of those who are involved in rule making enjoy the process because they cannot compete in the current reality and want to shield themselves and better their chances for success. Rule making allows for an increased hyperbolic mechanism of control. Once started it cannot be unwound.

The interesting thing is that eventually the over regulation even bounds the hands of the rule makers themselves and eventually there comes a time for a paradigm shift from a revolutionary element to break the dead lock created. Let us consider the Internet and rule making for a moment. Lets consider the stifling of innovation in the name of rules. How about increasing the rules in an online Forum or Blog for writers as a case Study?

In this case study we have pitched the thought that although humans love to make rules, are able to do so and have ample opportunity to make them often; I submit to you that with that opportunity comes the important responsibility to maintain the system’s agility, integrity, flow of thought and process to create innovation. Perhaps this article might provide insight and propel thought in 2007.

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