In recent times there's been much revelations about the times we are living in. This is a shock to many people having to deal with changes that are becoming more and more constant.
At the end of the day we might ask ourselves "Where did the time go?" because we don't know if you've felt it but time is certainly speeding up. As change is becoming more constant the speed at which the change occurs is also increasing.
To get some perspective on recent events such as SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, CISPA, and the new NSA PRISM data collection scandal, we have to no futher than those voices who spoke on this subject decades ago. They were able to see into a future which is appearing as you read this. Their view of things can definitely help us come up to speed so we can get a grip on reality as it stands and unfolds.
Why should I care about privacy?
Privacy is something each individual is entitled to but others feel that you should have this privacy. What you do, where you go, who you talk to, who you fuck, should all be information havested for collection.
We don't know about you but we like to keep certain details about our life and personal business private. And because we feel that we, we are entitled to protect that right.
How would you feel to be stalked by someone who knows everything about you including where you are at this exact moment? Well that's a possible direction humanity is being pushed towards and it remains to be seen where it's good or bad. This sweeping river of change is flowing to somewhere but where? This can seem scary at first because no one likes being caught off guard.
So this is a solid reason for why you should care about your privacy.
So what can I do to protect myself?
To answer this question we turn your attention to two books which are timeless tales for the new age. In these books are some powerful insights. Are these change good or bad for us? We take the position that some changes are good while others are not so good in the long run.
Although these timeless tales have nothing to do directly with dating per se, they do however offer relevant information about privacy, your rights as an individual, dating and mate selection. They give food for thought and scenarios worthy of pondering.
Every slacker enjoys a good scenario to kick around just to have a solution to the problem should it ever arise.
The tales of George Orwells '1984' and Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World' are both legendary school reading material but not every school has made them required reading material. In fact, some of have never even heard of these books before until recently. Current circumstances have brought them front row and center.
Are you ready to discover something profound? If your answer is yes, then you must read these two books!
In light of all the surveillance state scandals unfolding, these books touch matters near and dear to all of us. More importantly are the nuggets regarding the nature of relationships. Are you married or in a relationship? If you are consider yourself lucky to have found someone, whether or not you are happy is another story.
For those of you who have not found your one and remain single, these two books are excellent reading material. What type of man or woman do you wish to become?
Society at large is still asleep, blindly following, doing as others tell them, but that doesn't mean you have to be like them. Individuals always stand out from the collective. These books will clear the fog of the lost or just waking up. The author of The Slacker's Method refers to them as timeless tales worth reading about.
Like so many things, we can't force you to do anything you don't want to but we can make a suggestion for those of you who are open minded and want to march to the beat of their own drum. In learning to become an individual is where you will get the answers to how to best protect yourself.
What are your thoughts on surveillance in relation to online dating and relating?