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Hierarchy of Connectivity
There are many levels of connectivity available online today thanks to new technologies that are constantly evolving. Simple tasks like looking up a phone number or finding an address are incredibly streamlined. Shopping for rare items no longer takes a lifetime. Reconnecting with old friends or finding new ones? Social networking has changed forever.

eMail: This is probably the most basic function performed online. It isn't even required to have a computer! Having an email address can really come in handy for finding information and communicating instantly worldwide.

gMail: Some online services are more robust than others. Well, I'm biased toward Google because their Chrome browser and suite of internet tools are easy to use and oh so powerful. For this reason, gMail from Google is a great place to get started. Ask me for an invite!

Homepage: There's no place like home. Well, it's true on the web as well. Having all your stuff centralized online gives you access at any time from anywhere there is a connection. I can't even tell you how many times I've spent a productive hour in a hotel hospitality suite answering mail, paying bills, making reservations and mapping the next day's adventure.

Documents: Online security is rock-solid these days, so it is possible to store sensitive information behind passwords so that you can get to it any time, but nobody else can without you letting them. Research documents, checkbook balancing spreadsheets, personal contacts, resumes, presentations... Throw it all up there! You never know when it might come in handy.

Calendar: It's a simple task to move from storing your documents online to storing your events online. A homepage calendar displays upcoming appoints and provides a journal of those that have gone by. You and your friends can post and share events so that you never miss out by forgetting something important.

Mobile: A really cool thing to do is get your phone in sync with your calendar. That way, your events go into your pocket and everywhere you go. Plus, events can be added from your phone to your calendar. While you're at it, you might as well sync your contacts, documents, notes, tasks and favorite websites between your phone and computer.

Socialize: What's the difference between a Facebook and a Twitter? Does it even matter? Online social networks have revolutionized the way people come together. It has never been easier to communicate with others that share your interests, no matter how arcane, anarchistic or archaic. There is always someone else out there, and probably a group.

Blogging: Once your life becomes "public" you may want to really put it out there and start sharing with the world on your blog, a personal online journal that documents your life's episodes for the public to enjoy. It may suprize you how many people will be interested.

Website: If there are a lot of interested people, than maybe it's time to build a site and bring everyone together as one big happy family to share messages, events, documents, stories and other media. Sounds fun!

Merchant: They say, "Do what you love and the money will follow." You wouldn't be the first person to make money with their website. How else can a person create a market, build a network, and deliver products basicly for free?

Partner: Some ideas are just too big to tackle alone. Online resources allow access and transparancy like never before. Contact information for virtually anybody is available. When bundled with quick-and-easy communication tools, you may be able to land a "big fish" of your own.

Host: Once you have mastered the building, marketing, and funding of your website, it becomes second nature to become entrepreneurial. With creation tools at your fingertips, it can become a simple task to launch idea after idea. Didn't work as expected? Launch a new version tomorrow.

Coach: For me, the highest calling now that I have had a long and fruitful career in the information economy is to share my tricks with you. People have always paid to fast-track their education.
Comments

uhhh... what?

- Monday, July 27, 2010 at 14:48:42 (EDT)
What's this... Version 3.0?

- Monday, July 13, 2010 at 20:14:49 (EDT)
Wow! I never really considered a "conectivity hierarchy" before. Cool stuff!

- Saturday, July 11, 2010 at 02:39:42 (EDT)
You have some good ideas here!

- Friday, July 10, 2010 at 13:50:49 (EDT)
Making any money on the ads yet?

- Sunday, April 26, 2010 at 22:28:49 (EDT)
Very nice site!

- Wednesday, April 08, 2010 at 14:12:34 (EDT)
i wanted to post a comment...so ya. HI!

- Tuesday, April 07, 2010 at 23:33:25 (EDT)
So this is what you have been staring at for the last few days

- Tuesday, April 07, 2010 at 23:32:07 (EDT)
This is the smallest post box I have ever seen

- Tuesday, April 07, 2010 at 23:31:15 (EDT)
what am i suppossed to do with this little thing i mean how much can be typed into it if someone had something to type about

- Tuesday, April 07, 2010 at 21:42:05 (EDT)

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