New School vs "Old School" and why #Steemit and the #STEEM #Blockchain may not be mature just yet to be using all these Gizmos..!!
Before I share with you my thoughts, I want to make something absolutely dead clear.
On top of these, I am also a huge supporter of all the techy guys and developers working tirelessly in the background pulling everything together.
From day one, I have said that for me this had to be a minimum of a 5-7 year Project and this has never once changed.
Now that this is all said, I would like to share with you how I see things at the moment.
Technical, Commercial, Business and Entrepreneurial Background
Having built my career coming from a Technical, Commercial, Business and Entrepreneurial Background, I have applied this experience to the way that I use #Steemit.
For me, I feel that sometimes the "old school" approach must be used until such time as everything is tried and fully tested.
Sometimes you have to go back to doing things the hard way
However, sometimes you have to go back to doing things the hard way and that is "Manually"..!!
Over the last +2 years that I have been on #Steemit I am proud to say that I have never once used a "Bid Bot", never once used a "Bid Promoter" and never once "Powered Down".
I have been lucky enough not to have to "Power Down" and totally get it that some have had to "Power Down" in order to pay for bills, expenses, food on the table etc.
I totally get that. It's the other bits that I am struggling with.
There will be a need in the future for all these "Techy Bolt-Ons"
As the #Steemit Community and Platform develops and the #STEEM #Blockchain grows with more Apps taking advantage of the infrastructure, for me there is absolutely no doubts at all that there will be a need in the future for all these "Techy Bolt-Ons".
What I am trying to get across, is that is the Community big enough and mature enough at the moment to have all these "Automatic" wizardry and gizmos running in the background?
I guess only time will tell, however in the meantime I will leave my 1967 Selby Cobra engine bolted on to the #STEEM #Blockchain and continue to do everything the hard way, the good old fashioned "Old School" approach.
It just means more work..!
Thanks for reading.