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YouTube Identity sharing

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From time to time I realize, that I am logged out of Google account and then interesting thing are happening – I’ve got totally different response at all Google services. This is exceptionally visible when I go to YouTube, where I discover a whole new world of content.

Similar thing is obviously happening when my wife is logged in. Then , the content is very predictable, as I know her, and I realize how much predictable for myself my own content is. This over-fitting from time to time is driving me to go out and spend time in trying to dig some new type of content, but over and over again I understand how hard is to expend the boundaries of personality… Eventually I come to a similar content, which is a part of my “YouTube identity”. And no – Google are not doing good enough job to expend boundaries of my identity, even though they know exactly how it looks like (maybe because they do not want to).

This “YouTube identity” is a YouTube-dimension of myself and the simplistic representation of the world as I see it, while to understand someone better, I would want to look at the world through his/her eyes (at least virtual ones).

So I thought – can we do something to share this insight into “YouTube identity” of ourselves, like if someone would login to my Google account without impacting it. That would be totally different from sharing a particular video – something I want to share and not something I am.

Something that is less visible, but much more impacting on a global scale, is Google searches and social pages. The impact of the algorithm of content fitting is causing clustering of similar people and growing informational walls around ourselves. That negative feedback is driving us away from intrinsic diversity and global stability to the word of narrow-mindedness and global extremism. That is another topic for discussion and there is a lot of data out there that supports it…

Can we get to a better understanding of each other by sharing our virtual identities and swapping to other points of view? I think it would make our development more efficient and at same time the world more stable.

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Author: Andrey Gabdulin

www.gabdulin.com Product Development

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