Likely despised by the news industry, ATSATN (acronym pronounced: uhsätin), is an unorthodox, highly disruptive, news monitoring and censuring idea.
If you don’t see the value in my twenty-five million dollar idea, “All things STUPID about the news” (ATSATN), then you haven’t been watching the world’s news industry, and it’s quite disconcerting that one would be indifferent to their own self-interest. Twenty-five million dollars versus twenty-five million paragraphs, videos, and textual snippets of vital information relevant to the voiceless, the silenced, and the oppressed; there’s no comparison, folks. Content is king in the digital age. Honoring the things that will serve our unique needs may be more about availability and less about cost. And without envy, reward the human souls that created them. Wake up!
We live in a world where the only thing that may facilitate one’s freedom is a camera and the bits of information stored on its memory chip. ATSATN can play a major role in protecting one’s rights and preserving their dignity.