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A seismic shift in social behavior has occurred over the last decade that to the best of my knowledge was not forecasted by futurists. While in the early 80s we wrote and read about telecommuting, the evolution of Arpanet, the workings and impact of smaller, less expensive, more mobile computers, the progeny of CB radio, the future of what was then known as videotex and teletext, and the commercial beginnings of satellite communication, no one forecast a radical change in Western social behavior.
There is a total disregard for someone else’s space – one’s physical, visual or audio space.
While it is no longer proper to smoke in public – given the dangers of second hand consumption – there is no taboo for ignoring your neighbor’s privacy via cell phone or other interactive gear. What were the early warning signs? It was door-to-door sales people, peddling household cleaners, and encyclopedia and magazine sales.
At work, the phone, calculator, computer keyboards began crowding desks in cubicles that had replaced offices. What created it? It was technology that led to the ease and ever presence of communications devices, that allowed media and communications functions to be combined. What are the hazards? For the interrupted individuals the hazards include a lack of personal privacy and often-dangerous distractions. For the interrupting individual the hazards include great impatience that the message isn’t being received or is being ignored. For society as a whole, the regulation – for reasons of safety, decency, and privacy – becomes ever more complicated. Are there any benefits? There are indeed some benefits, but you have to search for them.  One of them is that rarely is someone lost today.
Another benefit is that a person can be truly more independent, relying less on others for assistance, being more self sufficient. On a more serious and higher plane, there could be intellectual damage resulting from pervasive periods of abbreviated thinking; short term and rush focused everything.
This should perhaps be more intensely studied now, lest ten years hence, the interrupted and the interrupting will have created impenetrable barriers to productive socialization. Another aspect of howInterruptive Society is manifesting a measurable negative impact is observed by doctors and educators who have expertise in the field of Autism and Autism-spectrum disorders, most noticeably, Asperger’s Syndrome.
Is it possible that “The Interruptive Society” is actually effecting change in the canon of human nature?

I worked with author Peter Eder in the late 70s and early 80s and I have often recalled the McKinsey and Bain reports that circulated among the marketing group of our mutual telecommunications employer. I do not recall any credible business source discussing how all this might impact interpersonal transactions. I no longer work in telecommunications, having switched to natural resources some years ago. I am fascinated with the hobbyists who use UAVs to photograph things for art or farming uses. Please follow on with a discussion of how smart we really are with all this data available on so-called smart phones. Are the phone companes fleecing poor people for a thousand dollars a year (or more) in fees for addicting data? Now you can with the new Google Now.Google has started rolling out a new Google Search Update. The preface to almost any public event, sacred or profane, is an announcement to shut down the beepers, pagers, and cell phones.
Hundreds of years of social convention have been discarded in less than a decade.  Private space has disappeared. Few think twice about pointing a phone in someone’s direction and snapping an unasked for photo.
It was the increasing stack of junk mail in our postal boxes, or the unwanted inserts, flyers, booklets that fell out of our newspapers.
It encouraged multi-tasking, doing more than one thing at once, combining office assignments with personal stuff.
It was marketers looking for opportunities to intrude, to gain a competitive advantage, to “get there first”. A once normal car ride (talking with a passenger or perhaps listening to the radio), has been turned into a ringing car phone, XM radio, satellite assisted computerized directions and maps, and in many vehicles video players and soon to come in-car-TV broadcasts.
A lack of focus because of the many short term things that need to be done to block out the activities that might take a few minutes more. Ranging from “do not call” lists to battles between advertisers, broadcasters, regulators, legislators, lobbyists and special interest groups, this climate creates an often times impossible to exit maze.
The population is able to get immediate assistance – for information, for emergency conditions, for purchasing, etc.  Though the assistance might come from an avatar, and might also involve the need for further intrusion into one’s privacy.
Certainly no one in business was talking about the relationship between commercial innovation and wholesale social change.

There are some interesting commonalities between invasive species and communications devices.
And I hope we don’t change our name any faster than the old New Synagogue in Prague, completed in 1270.
It was 30 second and 15 second and 10 second commercials, and then logos and messages that sprang up on TV screens and now scroll endlessly across the top and bottom, and that are mimicked on our computers.
It was consumers, who, becoming more and more time pressed and in need of constant stimulation and entertainment, sought out, adopted and adapted an array of intrusive tools. Yet more dangerous is the growing hostility to those doing the interruption, resulting even in road rage.
It will be harder to extract the reality from the hype, to come to genuine meta-information from the flood of news, facts and opinions all meshed and mangled together. Most of those forecasts have already materialized and been displaced by even greater innovations.
And I find it strange that so many old folk still can’t accept that there are new ways to communicate, for better and for ill.
This update is going by account rather than apk so it may take time before it arrives to you. Fewer conversations are held face-to-face, while those that still are find the speakers reading their email, phone or paging messages, signaling another, taking a telephone photo, or dialing for information, perhaps simultaneously. There will be more carpel tunnel and thumb traumas as our digits become extensions of our mouth, eyes and ears. It is more interesting to me to examine how the new media are used and formed than to worry about the ill manners of the young. All helping the viewer, the recipient become more and more distracted, and more and more conditioned to interruptions. There will also be fewer days and periods of rest, as interruptions will continue to be made and warded off.
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