How to Make Social Media & Technology Work for You Rather Than Against You!

Learn How To Get the Most Out of Social Media & Technology Without It Becoming a Brain Drain!

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Are you a Facebook fan, a tweet-aholic, hooked on your youtube, or maybe your amazon prime? Or are you just permanently connected, almost fused at the hip or at the ear to your smart phone? Well if you find yourself hooked to the internet whether on social media, shopping, or anywhere else, then do we have the show for you.

Well if so, then do we have the show for you!

TheVitalEdgeCompressedMediumToday we’ll be talking with Gideon Rosenblatt, information technology and artificial intelligence researcher and explorer who ran a social media enterprise company called Groundwire for ten years, worked with Microsoft, and who was the founder of one of the original ecommerce services called Carpoint. Today he is the writer for the popular website, The Vital Edge.

Today we’ll talk about social media, technology, artificial intelligence, and things going on behind the scenes that are bigger in many ways then we’ve ever imagined. We’re going to talk about what’s good for us, potentially bad for us, what may be really going on, and what we need to know to help technology work for us, rather than against us!

That and why robots may be delivering to you shortly, how they’re already driving cars, and what you DON’T want to do on Facebook.


Key Topics:

  • Are Amazon Drones for real?
  • What’s the trend of testing services with humans, then phasing the people out?
  • How close we really are to automatically driven cars
  • What are the challenges with social media these days?
  • How humanity is benefiting (and potentially evolving) through social media
  • Why it’s so important to remember there are real people on the other side of social media conversations
  • Key tips for social media
  • What is Redit and How it Works
  • How to police your social media comments – or be a facilitator of your community
  • Why Google Plus may the next great thing
  • Why we should focus interpersonal on facebook, and Google Plus for people you don’t know.
  • What are up and coming social media networks
  • Snapchat
  • Ello
  • Twitter
  • What concerns are there for privacy on social media these days
  • What’s coming in Artificial Intelligence in the future
  • How do we make a difference without being a cog in the wheel?
  • The importance of discerning the connection between us and our technology
  • How technology can help humanity and is bringing us all together
  • The importance of remembering who you are even in technology


Gideon Rosenblatt writes about the relationship between technology and humans. His mission these days is to help his readers see business as the code behind the code of the planet’s next advance in intelligence. He thinks and writes a lot about purpose, value, and equity. Gideon ran a social enterprise called Groundwire for ten years, providing technology and engagement consulting to environmental organizations. Before that, he worked in various stints at Microsoft for ten years, including marketing, product development, as a product unit manager, and as the founder of CarPoint, one of the world’s first large-scale e-commerce websites. Fresh out of college, he consulted for US companies in China for four years, and yes, his Chinese is now very rusty. Gideon received an MBA with a focus in marketing from Wharton. He now lives in Seattle with his wife and two boys, and is active on and .


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