Have you heard about the latest social network to arrive on the scene? To be honest it’s been around for years, but even though its attained massive popularity in the past, it has offered little opportunity for corporate profiteering. You won’t need an app to use it, in fact it works far better if you put your phone down and walk away. That being said, it’s a fully mobile system, available at any time and anywhere in the world.
To join, begin by opening the door and going outside, browse the environment until you find another user, then raise one hand and wave. If they respond, try starting a new conversation, and see how you fare. The beauty of this system is it’s completely uncensored. You can meet anybody you like, and say what you really feel, and you won’t have to worry about government and corporate intervention, at least not for now.
There are a few basic guidelines you should follow, but there aren’t exactly any strict rules as such. Try to be friendly and treat others with respect, and if you don’t agree with their opinions, just deal with it. Accept that everybody is not the same, and their beliefs won’t necessarily tally with yours. On the other hand, if they do, there are plenty of shared activities on offer, in a fully immersive 3D environment.
You can exchange messages by talking, with the option of whispering for secrecy, or broadcasting to a wider circle by shouting. If you want to stay in touch, you can invite them to your residential hub, and they can do the same with you. Together you can find others who might want to join your social group. You can arrange to meet in real places, with real food and drink, and live conversations, engaging in physical activities unavailable at the likes of Facebook and Twitter.
The social network in question is called real life, and it’s available right now. Try real life today, and once you have you’ll realise the true meaning of social interaction. With a potential of over six billion friends waiting to speak with you now, real life is backed by a powerful content delivery system called reality, offering superb resolution, full colour and surround sound.
If you’d like to share music, or even create tunes together, begin by whistling or humming, and make beats by slapping your knees. If you’re into movies, your eyes are your camera, start filming and record what you see with your memory. To share the experience use your mouth to speak, and recall what you’ve seen, or even better invite a friend over to share the view.
Real life is available now and right throughout your existence. Why not try a different kind of social experience today, and realise exactly what you’ve been missing all these years?
Real life for real people, where the future is tomorrow and life is not a game.