Part of the blogging project about the 95 theses of the Cluetrain Manifesto
In the last post, I defined the "Human Voice" as "the felt exchange of humanity in an exchange of value between humans." This felt exchange of something that is "us", when we exchange things which are not "us" as such, but products of ourselves that have been frozen in time as a "thing of value" which can now be exchanged for another "thing of value", created by somebody else.
That the Human Voice exists, that its part of a Conversation a Market, or a Conversational Market is no way necessitating it as virtuous. It can sometimes be destructive.