I like Eldridge‘s approach to the broader consumer consciousness. How convenient would it be for consumers to intuitively jump on their mobile devices or personal computers to convey to the world something like, ‘you know what, that news story on [DAMN YOU ALL] last night about gender identity was annoying and stupid,'” and to share their sentiments, which can be classified in 12 different ways? Now is the time to bring “All things STUPID about the news,” (ATSATN) to the market. There are a lot of daring entrepreneurs and corporate disruptors around who could acquire this intellectual property and build a news monitoring and censuring icon, an unorthodox technological fire-breathing dragon that the news industry will revere and despise for decades to come.
This post is in no way an indication that the author endorses Eldridge’s products and services, or vice versa, if Eldridge endorses the author, or if there may be a business relationship between the parties. The author merely admires Eldridge’s motivation for doing business with prospective clients.
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