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Three Sisters of Disruption

Sister 1 Keres
Ownership of activity Prescribed by acceptable transactions
All is in flux Resulting in frustration and error And redefining a fully functioning person
New base-line violations and agreements To deal with unconscious reaction and reasoned response Every interaction is observed To satisfy the needs of commercial interest
There is no snap-back This is a new socio-economic order Of artificial intelligence, automation, and surveillance
Those who are left behind Will be punished by poverty By systems that are impenetrable and dehumanizing

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Thinking Whilst Filling Out Forms

What does it take to make it seem 'as-normal'? 
Just as disruptive technologies successfully challenged established incumbent businesses and changed behavior, COVID-19 has disrupted what socially acceptable behaviors are. The disruption has impacted ownership of activity from the participant, to the onlooker, the designer, and the enforcer. And from this point on, the doing-it in a stable environment has changed.  
Right now, the contextual differences that prescribed acceptable transactions and behaviors are in flux. Cognitive understanding of what are changes in automated and behavioral expectations are enacted with haste causing social frustration and behavioral error. Who will be blamed, who will be punished, and who will be restricted is now contentious? By this, I mean what will be accepted as usual as authorities and the users competitively demonstrate assertiveness, insolence, communication aggressiveness, defensive reactions, and other possible behavioral exertions. The…