Love Flows

I am of love

In love

From love

To love

For love

Through love

I am of love

In love

I am from love

For love

To love

Through love

In love

Of love

I am from love

For love

I am through love

To love

Of love

For love

In love

From love

I am through love

To love

To give birth a virgin

It was in the life of Mary

To give birth a virgin

Mother of Jesus

How was that not impossible

Questions to answers we may never fully know

That her hymen was not pierced

Not first by the phallus of a man

When she conceived her child

Relating orally

Petting to keep in virginity

Not the problem of a man

As it slipped through the crack

Artificially inseminated

She lost her virginity

Delivered of a baby

The unpaid staff of the social media business

Users and computers in an enterprise IT system are monitored for performance, (in)security and auditing purposes. And as we’ve seen and heard, users in social media platforms are similarly monitored.

A user, in sharing information—whether public or private—on the platform, has also shared information with an unseen ‘friend’. This friend, the platform’s self, mines and processes users’ information and generates ‘knowledge’ that may be used to monetise users’ use of the platform.

Users are provided facilities to do their jobs, and they get paid for doing so. But the users in the Facebook ecosystem, for instance, have no share of her profits. They should perhaps just be grateful that they have facilities to do their jobs or pass their time.

Imagine what might happen if the users go on strike for 6 months…? Or all resign at the same time?