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I don’t recommend telling people about an imaginary state if you attempt to be an expert.
But I actually don’t recommend anything. As I try hard to avoid being an expert.
It’s a complicated thing. And that’s also intentional. But you know that already. We talked about that last year.
“I dress it up. The advice.
Wrap it in the culture of Project Shrink. Shrinkonian Culture, if you wish. Using long posts that go on for ages without seeming to reach to a conclusion. Using strange words for things we already have words for. … If you make this Context Wrapped In A Culture as weird as possible … hum …. expressive as possible, those who make it through the jungle of obscurity, start appreciating your advice with all it’s implicit assumptions.”
But for arguments sake … if I were an expert, (tune: If I were a rich man: Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum. All day long I’d biddy biddy bum.) … and I would have a hat and talk about how narratives shape cultures, and how narratives are shaped by generations and social networks and stuff (although as an expert I probably wouldn’t use the actual word ‘stuff’) I truly wish I would create a presentation like this one: Culture Networks. (follow the previous link if you can’t view the presentation below)
Because it’s awesome. Because it explains the concepts I talk … correction, I am an INFP, so … obsess about (in my own way of course) so incredibly well.
I wish I made it.
But I haven’t. And I probably would doodle something and sing about “Maps of The Kingdom of Shrinkonia” instead of “networks” and almost nobody would read it. Which would make me an excellent non-expert.
If I were an expert.
Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum.
All day long I’d biddy biddy bum.