"If your life is not what you thought it would be, then you should have conformed to the median. It was your choice. Now take what we give you and get off of the playground."
Our music is now filtered, and we no longer sense the emotions the artists intended. Our films and videos are now filtered, and the infinite colors and depth of light found only in nature have been removed. And now our value as human beings is being filtered, and gone are the subtle nuances that make us individuals. In the quest to obtain maximum consumption by the masses our technology sector, using binary computing, has reduced nature's infinite resolution of human communication, desires and interaction into fragments; which when re-assembled, barely represent the source they were designed to duplicate. Through statistical "probabilities", they then make the decision as to what is profitable and, therefore, of "value"…and what (or who) is not. This obsession with "data" is defining who among us is relevant and who is not based on a checklist created by those working to gain control over our lives. The author presents an extremely rare and accurate perspective of how and why we are developing a sense of isolation for the simple crime of thinking and feeling differently than what the "data" says we should. In a series of true-life anecdotes and stories he walks us through a memoir to the source of his perspective. Leading to a comprehensive thesis of what brought us to this place; and more importantly, how we can escape from it