What is your context?

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Here's a fun little exercise. Think about all the labels that can be used to define you. Think about all the groups you've ever belonged to in your life. The places you've lived. The schools and churches you've attended. All these and more will be cataloged as we move into web 3.0.

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  • Just a quick exercise. I’d like you to think for a minute. Think of all the ways you would describe yourself. What categories do you fit into. What labels would you apply? What groups do you belong to. What locations have big impacts on your life. Race, sex, age, politics, religion, college, high school, company, affiliation, memberships, credit cards, car, single, married, parent, you get the picture.I’ve taken the liberty of spending 10 minutes thinking about this myself. This is what I can up with in JUST 10 MINUTES! NOW, think about what contextual labels really exist, and not just what I’m able to conjure up out of thin air in 10 minutes.This has the potential to change everything.
  • Just a quick exercise. I’d like you to think for a minute. Think of all the ways you would describe yourself. What categories do you fit into. What labels would you apply? What groups do you belong to. What locations have big impacts on your life. Race, sex, age, politics, religion, college, high school, company, affiliation, memberships, credit cards, car, single, married, parent, you get the picture.I’ve taken the liberty of spending 10 minutes thinking about this myself. This is what I can up with in JUST 10 MINUTES! NOW, think about what contextual labels really exist, and not just what I’m able to conjure up out of thin air in 10 minutes.This has the potential to change everything.
  • What is your context?

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