Will Virtual Networking end 60,000 Years Of Human Migration


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Tracing human civilization from stone age, we find migration to avail better living conditions and opportunities a 60,000 year old phenomenon. Will this trend end if goods and services move worldwide without human relocation and bring prosperity to your doorstep

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  • Sandip, you are very imaginative and well informed. I liked the views expressed by you in a very illustrative manner. The world is changing very fast yet again...
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  • Thx Fuze slideshare for the great competition. Thx viewers and friends for the views, votes and comments. The reason why we put this show in the career section is because we are talking of migration related to food, occupation and livelyhood, that has been taking place since stoneage. You would possibly not have to relocate a Chinese or an Indian or an American to get them to be your employee in Melbourne , Canberra or Singapore.
    But Sarah, do not worry. You will be perhaps travelling even more in future in a globally networked world despite lesser migration.
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  • Excellent. I like the story and the relationship between old age and now.
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  • Interesting presentation and well done. I get caught up in the use of virtual networking and don't ever take time to notice how it is changing our very existence. Thanks Sandip Sen.
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  • awesome, so we still think like those nomads 40,000 years ago? thanks for pointing it out
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Will Virtual Networking end 60,000 Years Of Human Migration

  1. 1. Will virtual networking end 60,000 years of migration
  2. 2. 60,000 years ago the ‘San’ tribe or bushmen of South Africa were the first stone age human inhabitants
  3. 3. They were hunters and gatherers who lived in groups of 30 to 40, and who moved from place to place in search of herds of animals to hunt
  4. 4. They communicated by the means of the !XU language, which comprised of 141 distinct clicking sounds resembling water drops or clicking hooves, almost like beats of a digital instrument
  5. 5. They created more than 40,000 rock art paintings in the caves of Southern Africa's snow covered Drakensberg mountains, telling a story of their way of life. This was possibly the only way of communicating the knowledge of the terrain and the animals, among the often migrating semi- nomadic tribes
  6. 6. The communication through rock art was probably an early effort to create content or data banks of information from which subsequent generations could know about; not only the patterns of food , animal migration and livelihood but also about shifting landmasses, climate change and nature’s mysteries which affected them. A communication which could have made this nomadic man trek 5000 miles east, over the glacial Pleistocene to the safety of Australasia, in 40,000 B.C
  7. 7. 40,000 years ago the African bushmen migrated through land and over frozen seas to Australia
  8. 8. The earliest Australian hunter gatherer was the aborigine tribe better known as the Mungo Man
  9. 9. Australian aborigines used Dreaming stories as methods of communicating or passing on their teachings to future generations… <ul><li>The spirited belief system </li></ul><ul><li>Customs </li></ul><ul><li>Animal behavior psychology </li></ul><ul><li>Land map of the region </li></ul><ul><li>Hunting and gathering skills </li></ul><ul><li>Moral behaviors </li></ul><ul><li>Survival skills </li></ul><ul><li>Food resources </li></ul>… the stories taught
  10. 10. ‘ The birth of the platypus’ is the oldest known story – over 100,000 years ago The invention of the boomerang was a story told at least 25,000 years ago The dreaming story of how death came into the world The dreaming story of the birth of Sun are among the many famous aborigine dreaming stories.
  11. 11. What does virtual networking do today. It creates communication. It helps move content … . the equivalent of stone art … ..the dreaming stories <ul><li>Human rights and belief in free spirit </li></ul><ul><li>Customs, relationships, cultures, language, religion, beliefs </li></ul><ul><li>Human behavior psychology </li></ul><ul><li>Land map of the region </li></ul><ul><li>Networking & communication skills </li></ul><ul><li>Social and Moral behaviors </li></ul><ul><li>Survival skill, profession, wealth, status </li></ul><ul><li>Product delivery resources & methods </li></ul>40,000 years later our dreaming stories continue today’s stories are ……
  12. 12. Stories networked through Txt, sms, micro blogging, telephone, pitch presentations, internet, video, audio, print media, cinema and television Content is the story, the soul of virtual networking. Networking makes the throw more powerful than the boomerang or the modern missile Content is the deliverable. Networking is the launch vehicle Content is the single largest product on the globe. Networking can pitch forth content to propel any and all products, services & relationships. Networking enables deliver services worldwide.
  13. 13. Networking drives content Content drives thought Together they make or break the world Content Delivery Systems : News Content Delivery System Entertainment & Arts Content Delivery Systems : Social Media Content Delivery Systems : Advertisement and promotion
  14. 14. Virtual networking improves the throw Creates delivery cycle Reduces cost Gives global reach Saves resources Allows producer and user to work from own habitats without relocation. <ul><li>Products, services, relationships </li></ul><ul><li>Content Presentation </li></ul><ul><li>Virtual media </li></ul><ul><li>Product, services, relationship Acceptance </li></ul><ul><li>Exchange of Cash or Content </li></ul>
  15. 15. Virtual world Web 2.0 Web 3.0 Grid 1.0 Canadian Apples Indian Textiles European Machinery Chinese Computers Japanese Robots African Minerals American Networking Global Content
  16. 16. Virtual networking needs no H1B Virtual networking needs no work permit Virtual networking needs no office space Virtual networking saves resources, is eco-friendly Virtual networking is available 24x7 Virtual networking reduces cost Will virtual networking end human migration?
  17. 17. Our heartfelt thanks to Google images, Wikipedia, South African and Australian tourism culture and arts sites, aborigine culture stories, Drakensberg rock art and other social and cultural groups, besides image sites without which this presentation would not be possible. Our goal is to help promote clean, safe and eco-friendly practices in economy and ecology worldwide, balanced, efficient and a little more sustainable.