This is what I love about the internet. Before 8 am this morning, I had conversations with people about Chaos Theory/Complexity, whether or not there existed any cool medical ID jewelry (there really doesn’t), and going to Tiffany & Co to check and see if they offered such products. (They don’t.) I emailed them the idea.
Even though I haven’t yet had my first cup of coffee, we all get the opportunity to solve the world’s problems, better understand each other, and better understand the world we live in through the internet. Despite the fact that some may think the internet is a force of only evil, it too can be a force of connection and good. I seriously doubt I would have had these conversations on the phone before 8 am, or worse yet (for the other parties) in person. (Have I mentioned lately I’m not a morning person? If not, I’m not!)
Just like Google, the mantra “don’t be evil” can apply to the internet. In fact, one could take it a step further and say that the internet is a force of good.
Now, if we can just get Tiffany to start making some attractive medical ID jewelry, and I could get my first cup of coffee, we’d be set….