As a result, we have become more dependent on technology and less self-aware. For example, we are so dependent on technology that we can’t really be in touch with our inner self. We are so accustomed to technology that it becomes as natural as breathing.
This is something that I think a lot of people are getting right now. For example, we have become more dependent on technology, but we are so accustomed to it that we don’t really seem to be aware of it. Technology is so natural that we simply don’t question it.
This is what I am talking about. If I have told you that I am in touch with my inner self, but you are not, then the whole relationship is fake. This is called a “fake-self” relationship.
This is a good one. Like all fake relationships, there are some people who are so comfortable with technology that they forget they have it. That is the case with the people who are in touch with their inner self. They forget that their inner self isn’t actually on their body. When they are not aware of their inner self, they think their inner self is on their body because they are not aware of the way technology is going to affect them.
You might be able to identify this kind of person with certain characteristics. It could be the way they look (like on one hand, they might seem a bit different from the rest of us, but on the other, they are the same person as others), the way they dress, their demeanor, their voice, anything that would seem to indicate that they are not themselves. You might also have a partner who seems to have forgotten that they are having a relationship with a technology.
So a couple of weeks ago we reported that one of our big tech brands, Grab, was facing a lawsuit by a tech company for their actions in securing a contract with our video game developer, Rockstar. In the complaint, the lawsuit was filed by a company called Acclaim Media, who were the ones who made the video game that Rockstar was using. The complaint claimed that they had a legal right to use Rockstar’s technology and that Grab had abused that right.
It got so bad that the only way we could ever see Rockstar actually paying for our game was if we got a court order forcing them to. Unfortunately, that’s not an option and we don’t even have the right to order our game publisher to pay for our game. That’s because we’re a small indie game developer, and the only way to go around this is to file a lawsuit in the U.S. and then ask a judge to make the case go forward.
In the end, we were able to obtain a court order with Rockstar that forced them to pay for our game. But there’s always a second chance for a plaintiff to win, and the game was only available for a limited time.
In any case, the game itself is a gorgeous game, and we wouldn’t have been able to get it if we hadn’t sued Rockstar over “software licensing.” Basically, the only way to get the game in the first place was to buy it through our distribution deal with them and then they had to pay us a licensing fee. Now we’ve got a license and we can sell that game to anyone.
I have to admit, I was surprised that Rockstar was willing to pay us for a game they had already sold to a large number of people. I mean, I’ve tried to see the game for myself and I never saw it. I think it was never released. And if it was released, what would the license fee be? We’re not asking for a cut of the profits, we’ve got to make money somehow.