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UPDATED NEW QUOTE BY ULDIS SPROGIS 1298!!!

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WHY COMPUTER ALGORITHMS FAIL TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS IN THE LONG DURATION!!!

Computer algorithms try to guess what information we like and then try to feed us with more of the same. The result is that the algorithms try to pigeon hole us into static categories and feed the same information to us over and over again to the point of boredom which then becomes an annoyance.

In the case of a product the algorithm does not ask how long we will use the product, how long the product lasts, how frequently we use the product, and whether we were pleased with the product or would like to switch to a different one in the future. The result is that we are bombarded with the same or similar products over and over again without a break in time and great annoyance and dissatisfaction occurs.

In the case of an interest in a topic such as cooking, crocheting, car purchasing, job hunting, left or right wing politics, etc. the algorithms bombard you with those most recent topics over and over again. While you are interested in delving deeper into the topic or subject areas this bombardment is acceptable but most of us have other interests in life and we like to switch from one topic or subject area to the next on a weekly or monthly basis. The algorithms just don’t take your other interests in life seriously and don’t prioritize them based on your relative interest in them. If you recently express an interest in cooking then they assume that you are a cooking fanatic for life and if you express an interest in right wing politics then that is the information which you are fed on a repetitive regular basis.

If you use social media then you are bombarded with huge quantities of new friend suggestions and there is never an attempt at determining whether they are quality friends which may fit your interests and personality and that you would truly be interested in communicating with in the first place.

Big data and computer algorithms based on it are flawed when trying to predict what you like and want at a particular time in your life and the result is often getting information offers which are repetitive, boring, time consuming, and ultimately annoying to a human with a wide variety of interests in life. Yes, most average humans are relatively predictable and consume the same information in slightly altered form over and over again but computer algorithms are a nightmare for the Renaissance man or woman who is interested in a wide variety of information or many topics, subjects, and products.

Yes, I have an unusually great interest in a very wide variety of information and I have had much unsatisfactory feedback from social media such as Quora which is a question answering platform. I clicked three likes on Trump jokes and was fed a barrage of Trump jokes for the next month to the point of annoyance. What is the moral to this? Be careful what you like on social media because social media algorithms will assume that you love what you liked for a moment in time and will feed you more of the same to the point of exhaustion and annoyance.

Until algorithms start making decisions based on your long duration cellphone or computer usage I am afraid that your short term decisions will remain the primary emphasis of computer algorithms derived from big data. The internet will start seriously annoying you if you already are not annoyed.

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UPDATED NEW QUOTE BY ULDIS SPROGIS 993!!!

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CONTENTMENT+

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Contentment: n. experiencing a relatively long duration of satisfaction and happiness

You can be satisfied and happy about one thing that you did and that is not contentment in the true sense of the word. You must have many satisfying and happy moments for a relatively long duration to experience true contentment.

“The family found contentment living on the farm” is an accurate use of the word contentment because living implies a relatively long duration.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SATISFACTION***

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Satisfaction: n. sensing doing a good and/or right subset(s) and (fulfilling and/or achieving) a goal(s) and frequently sensing pleasure in affected human(s) and/or animal(s)

When you achieve a goal(s) then you are frequently satisfied but may not be necessarily happy too although satisfaction and happiness are sometimes experienced together mentally.

You usually feel satisfied after a meal with a little sense of pleasure but it usually does not make you very happy unless it was an unusually tasty treat or meal.

A job well done is usually a satisfying experience. A satisfied customer is frequently the result of a product meeting customer expectations. There should be no degrees of satisfaction and if someone is very satisfied then it is just a way of saying that they are probably very happy too.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CONTENTMENT***

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Contentment: n. experiencing a relatively long duration of satisfaction and/or happiness

When someone says that they are leading a content life then that means that they are leading a generally satisfying and/or happy life.

Yes, no one can be content all the time so there are periods of dissatisfaction and unhappiness but they are generally rather infrequent and not considered as drawbacks to a mostly content life.

Contentment last a relatively long time and it is only temporarily interrupted with some unsatisfying and unhappy moments. If you are content with your marriage then that means that you are generally satisfied and/or happy with it.

If you are satisfied and/or happy for an hour or two then you have had a period of contentment no matter how unsatisfying and unhappy your life may be the rest of the time.

You can be content with a relatively inactive life or be content with a rather dynamic and interesting life. Contentment usually means that your basic needs are fulfilled and what you do beyond these basic needs is your responsibility or your life to lead.

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12 THINGS WHICH AN EMPLOYEE WANTS BESIDES MONEY

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To feel pride in a job

When asked what they do for a living, an employee wants to boast rather than feel shame about their job. If the job is a rather thankless job then at least they want to feel that it is valued by the organization.

To be treated justly

Employees hate it when favoritism is shown to humans who kiss butt and do not work hard or well. Most realize that life isn’t always fair but they don’t want the boss to make it even more unfair than it is.

To respect the boss

Employees want to be respected but they also want a boss who can be respected and deserves their loyalty and trust. A boss who is honest and sincere and tries to treat everyone fairly will be respected most of the time.

To be listened to or be acknowledged

Employees want the boss to listen and respond appropriately to employee input and dislike it when a boss acts as if he or she doesn’t care what they think and the feelings they may have about the job.

To have personal time

Some entrepreneurial bosses almost exclusively devote themselves to their job but employees feel uncomfortable when they are asked to sacrifice their time with family and personal interests outside the job which they feel have a large priority in their lives.

To be guided and not micromanaged

Employees want the boss to help with information or guidance when they ask for it but also hope that the boss will help them when they are having problems but may be too afraid to ask. What they don’t want is a boss who monitors their work every step along the way and seem too nosey.

To see bad workers get fired

If there is a disruptive employee, an employee who isn’t doing his or her job, or one who is always causing unnecessary problems for one or more employees then they should get fired or the boss will be thought of as being just as incompetent as the bad employee.

To not always feel stressed out

There are rare occasions when there seems to not be enough time given for a task or job but this should not become a bad habit of the boss. A boss who anticipates problems and sets realistic goals and timelines will not overstress the employee.

To have some security

No reasonable employee expects lifetime employment but no one likes to live under a threat of being fired all the time. They want to feel that their time spent on the job will not be a waste of their time, energy, and effort and that the boss will give them adequate warning if they are going to be fired.

To know where the organization is going

Employees want to be on a winning team and want to know what the long range goals of the organization are. If they are not in the number one organization then at least they want to know if they are making progress towards one or more goals which will bring them closer to the number one position.

To have opportunity for advancement

Not all employees want the added responsibility which comes from job advancement but for those who desire it there should be an opportunity to acquire the new skills and experience necessary for future job advancement.

To have knowledge of how top performance is rewarded

Top performance is usually rewarded with more money but sometimes privileges or perks such as reserved parking, exercise facilities, physical therapy, training classes, business class flying and accommodations, maternity leave, or more vacation time may be a reward which costs money but which does not translate into an increase in salary.

 

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