- Producer21/10/2016DIGITAL WORLD AND ITS ACCOUNTABILITY, A SHEER IMBROGLIO!In modern age, we are living in the world of digital media or new media, where social networking site have immense gravity, not just to go viral with any particular post, rather it have immense impact to even produce public opinion and influence...
Comments22/10/2016 #16 debasish majumder#15 usually i deliberately refrain from making any counter comment, but madam @🐝 Fatima Williams, your appreciation and warm support to me of immense value, precisely the way you uphold the nuances of the paramountcy and accountability of comment in digital media, surely deserves unconditional respect, which i only can offer to you. thank you very much madam for your valued comment.22/10/2016 #15 🐝 Fatima Williams@debasish majumder You have shown us what a humble person you are, from the day I''ve known you and I'''m glad you shared this with us. We all stand by you and always will. Negativity has to uprooted from it's core and a seed of positivity like this buzz has to be planted there.22/10/2016 #12 Deb 🐝 Helfrich"Should we not be more accountable to our attitude and inclinations?" The answer is a resounding YES! And what makes beBee different is that we can, as a community, openly address when conversations go awry and not feel that expressing confusion or hurt will bring on more attacks.
There are bound to be misunderstandings and strong differences of opinion - but I will do everything I can to provide an example of someone willing to respect every voice, and encourage every type of participation that is not directly meant to hurt someone else. Let's all type in harmony!22/10/2016 #9 Harvey LloydYour post has brought forth a serious topic of our society @debasish majumder. Your feedback opened up some fear the writer had within your post. The comment then raised a fear that you have, social negativity maybe. We are human and to what extent, we are or should be, above reading and responding from our own personal fears. Should i decide to respond, i try to respond to their perspective. Writers typically write a positive/negative focused post/comment on their fears. I use the word fear broadly here. You could replace it with concern, belief or position.
Social media for me is the giant stadium full of folks at a ball game. In the past we heard the noise of the stadium as background noise. Now with social media we don't hear background noise we here every voice distinctively, but not consistantly. Unfortunately the person all the way across the stadium makes a very verbose statement. I didn't get to hear the context leading up to the statement. Was it something they heard in my statement or a general response to bit and pieces of a multitude of statements.
I share your sentiments of the seemingly endless attacks of character from refined humans. Education does not necessarily mean one is human in their endeavors. In your specific situation i would typically ask for context of the statement. Ask the commentor to express their rational for the word choice. Upon reading their response you can then carry the thread in one of two directions. Explain/discuss the misunderstanding or politely kick the pillars from underneath the high and mighty arrogance. The third alternative is to just walk away and allow the individual to bask in their self made perfection while you know others are witnessing the same thing your are, an empty suit.22/10/2016 #6 Lada 🏡 Prkic@debasish majumder, after reading your post I was really intriguing to find the comment you were talking about. I was surfing through your Producer profile and found the post and the comment. I really don't know what to say. At first I was confused as Deb, because the first comments of that person look like they were answers to someone else's post. But the last comment about eunuch poem is obviously related to your post in which you celebrating your ambassadorship.
I admire how you managed to restrain from making any reaction to his comment, but I also ask myself how a person who have been nominated to be a beBee ambassador can make such comment. You can't force anyone to apologize to you, but your post is a great way to tell that person to think over his words.22/10/2016 #4 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI'm sorry your feelings were hurt @debasish majumder. I did hear there were technical glitches and this person was trying to post to his own buzz but his comments were appearing on other's buzzes like yours. I would hope even though it was a glitch from what I heard, he may come back and at least tell you himself. That would be the kind thing to do. Keep on buzzing, so many benefit from your insightful and beautiful buzzes. Please know, you have many friends!!21/10/2016 #3 debasish majumder#2 madam @Deb 🐝 Helfrich i am extremely honored and privileged for you excellent sense of humility, which, i guess, not only deserve veneration from me, but to all who are in this platform. thank you very much to understand my affliction, owing to an unsolicited remarks, which has embarrassed and disheartened me a lot. but, a balm like personality you possess is truly awesome! Thank you a lot madam.21/10/2016 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich@debasish majumder - I was there, as you know, and just as equally confused. There was an actual technical bug which produced some bizarre results. And it was these results that brought comments to your post that were not actually in response to your excellent poem celebrating your ambassadorship. I applaud you for writing this as a way to understand, perhaps clear the air, and give others a reason to examine if they are representing themselves in a manner that translates worldwide with clarity.