Life is non-linear, multi-dimensional, trans-perceptual and rooted in the awareness of current reality which you have access to right now – in the moment of full attention and observation.
We are perceptual beings and create a channel or craft for action, but there is only one problem – with information overload there comes an enhanced cognitive ability that could be tricky to navigate, namely: pattern recognition.
Have you ever considered what the impact is of media exposure and use? Since 1999 I have used a search engine like Google to expand the reach into digitized knowledge and the refinement of the human encyclopedic function – more an unintended feedback ability.
Information Overload Transmutes Into Pattern Recognition
Our doorway into pattern recognition is information overload of which there is no short supply with the blatant force feeding visible in main stream culture.
Search engine use is a multidimensional mosaic of collective memory access. Deep search and correlation between language, intent and result and it’s cybernetic refinement can lead to evoking an interesting phenomenon. Information overload leading to pattern recognition and such as its nature, forms the intention for search.
Google is clear about search relevancy being related to the user intention. Users, when searching, keep refining their searches. People experience, learn, grow and move on. A search term you used last year might not feature in your vocabulary anymore because you have either chosen to discard it or found a better distinction in its place.
Do people consider the search intention of the user not being a single person but a frequency of inquiry or interest that snags a particular person to interact with it’s meaning. The ideas behind words and ultimately keywords we intuit or retrieve in order to access digital information, and ultimately aid the search for truth and the curation of perennial wisdom.