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Ever felt like everywhere you turn these days online you are inundated by spam?
Whether it is on google search results with psychologically-in-tune adverts or on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Google+, you are faced with what seems like a barrage of spam. There is a reason why the multitude of spam has been created but we will get to that.
Historically, we have all had experience with multitudes of spam; via email, pop-ups and generally every corner you turn while online. We are and have been desensitized to spam. Now, whilst all of the ‘mainstream social media’ conglomerates all claim to be on the offensive to rule-out spam and nefarious accounts causing problems, there is a great deal of evidence that they are, in fact, utilizing spam to control propagation of posts, amount of followers that you have and so on; working on the ideal that if they create and control the ‘micro-environment’ that exists around you or your business, they essentially control which businesses make it online and which ones fail.
All you have to do is post something with an obscure hashtag and you will see the algorithm modify results to prevent you from being the sole entry in that hashtag category.
It also works based on social interaction. If you start blocking spam, you will be penalized by receiving more spam. If you leave it, you have a spammed environment anyway. Either way, the algorithm is now tailoring to suit commercial interests and is now, essentially, playing favorites.
There is no more level playing field within the online market. Without paying huge amounts of money to essentially spam the system with automated accounts that generate spam but not violating ‘anti-spamming rules’ on each media platform (which is laughable really and quite paradoxical!) you will most likely never see the light of ‘cyberspace’. Even paying huge amounts will not guarantee your success.
All you need is an account with plenty of memes, emojis and pay for some followers and you will achieve instafame!… if that is what you really want!
By Bryan Stralow, Editor-In-Chief – Organiclifestyle.blog
One for the Bay Area, Melbourne Baby- Reversible Organic Cotton
The CAMP BABY ‘Black Rock‘ Baby PortaBaby™ Portable Travel Bed combines a subtle ‘birds at dusk’ print on our 100% Organic Cotton Mattress with Pure Organic Cotton Muslin on the comforter pillow upper.
The ‘Black Rock’ PortaBaby™ has been the initiator of change for CAMP BABY. Due to popular request, CAMP BABY have also brought in a fully reversible, or Luxury, edition of the PortaBaby™ Babynest. Used on this occasion is our durable certified organic dark blue soft-touch raw denim.
Every kid needs a little wagon to haul their treasures around. This classic and eco-friendly wooden wagon toy comes replete with blocks and a traditional pull string. Made right here in the USA from Maine white pine and boasts an all natural finish.
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By Bryan Stralow, Editor-in-Chief OrganicLifestyle.blog
Published in 2014 by the Australian Government’s ABC, or Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the attached article broaches the subject of genuine food labelling, goes further to indicate money saved by swapping over to an AUS-MEAT owned “not-for-profit” organic certifications provider, AUS-QUAL, whilst advocating the position that buying organic or biodynamic food is not worth the money…
One question remains, “Does the ABC, or furthermore the Australian Government, not appreciate the effort or consumer benefit in farming with organics, becoming organic certified or cropping biodynamically? Or perhaps this article is really just meant to further confuse the already inundated-with-information consumer?
Alternatively, perhaps we should all be resolute in eating heavy-metal laden meat with no interest in further defining and/or improving food quality and standards? Maybe we can all smile and rejoice whilst we inject our newborn babies with “non-mandatory but your child won’t attend school” vaccines that carry MSG and bovine calf genetics/ serum? (See QuadPro™ Measles-Mumps-Rubella-Varicella [ChickenPox] Vaccine).
The ABC reporter does mention that, according to Food Standards Australia New Zealand, non-organic food or ‘Conventional food in Australia consistently tests very low risk of chemical residue’. Would this happen to be the same food standards regulator who doesn’t classify cadmium as a carcinogen?
Australia, geographically, is far from close to any other country, but this does not mean that we have to ignore the facts behind eating organically, using cadmium enriched chemical fertilisers and opening the discussion to include local, organically-grown and certified products.
In all of it’s ‘regulating’ it would seem that there isn’t much regulation after all?
In reevaluating the attached article, I agree, there is no sense in buying organic if it isn’t certified, but if you have a potential conflict-of-interest in the nation’s largest meat authority providing organic certification through a subsidiary listed as not-for-profit, improving the general health and living standard of your constituency and/or hiding the truth behind what goes into the cows that supply their horns and manure for ‘biodynamic farming’ there should be some serious ‘question time’.
After all, some cadmium-enriched fertilizers should taste amazing with that Biodynamic Pinot Noir…
Maybe the only way forward is to grow your own?
John and Margaret established Belmore Biodynamic Meats in 1996 in response to the growing public demand for organic meat, and a desire to deliver a quality and environmentally friendly product to customers. It was one of the first certified Organic and Bio-Dynamic butchers in Victoria. To this day, Belmore Biodynamic Meats is a family owned and operated business, with John acting as head butcher, Margaret as head of customer service and daughters Justine and Monique also part of the team.
We originally owned and operated a successful retail store in Belmore Road, Balwyn but expanded and moved to 137 Miller Street, Thornbury, Melbourne in 2001. We only own and operate the Thornbury store to ensure consistent quality and personalised service for our customer base. We also supply select organic grocers, health and gourmet food stores. Our trademark is your guarantee of the genuine article. We have established strong links with farmers over the course of our 18 year association which allows us to deliver a premium product.