intro wrote:VipeR wrote:So you think Justin Bieber is hot?
he is hot.
DoctorDestiny wrote:Kony2012 is very interesting for me not just because of the despicable acts against African children, but because of the fact that social media is rising as a force no one would of dreamed of 10 years ago. One of my majors is social media, and that's why I designed and developed WLP (World Leader Proposal).
I realize that this forum is for young gamers who may not care about such social/political issues, but make no mistake, this will affect you over the next 10 years, and how your own kids interact with the world.
When I first joined this forum, I was only in my first year at uni (even though I'm an old BADWORD ) and I was new to PC gaming (used to be a console player). I was also new to forums. 4sg was the first forum I ever joined, and I remember my first post, I bleated on about to Mick "There is something special here, I just can't put my finger on it"
Now I know.
It was my first taste of social media, now I own a forum, am in my last year at uni, and I can finally win some duels (I'm still useless) But the point is, any form of social media, even a forum for gamers, is part of a powerful interconnected structure that just may change the course of human history.
Kony2012 is an example of this.
Now, I submit to you young freaks (I'm 38 by the way ) that if you want more info on Kony2012 from forum users like yourselves, which is not mainstream media, visit http://worldleaderproposal.com/and shock the SHIT out of me, and make me believe that 4sg members are not just gamers, but also people who are interested in how the real world is shaping up.
DoctorDestiny wrote:Good to see some people posting here, and some good points on how things are not always what they seem. I'm sure Invisible children's hearts started out in the right place, but maybe greed got the better of them?
Anyway, I still think it might be the start of social media rising as a major influence of world issues.
adramalik wrote:or how corporate marketing manufactures the illusion of grassroots movements to lure hipsters and psuedo-intellectuals to the cause.
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