Supply Side Content Management

A Doji Candle chart is an indispensable tool in a day trader’s toolbox.

Whether they’re watching the markets for future’s trading opportunities or contemplating longer-term investments. Consideration of the supply side policies of a product/service is an important part of becoming a predictor of ROI outcomes.

It’s important to understand that outcomes, by its definition, are stories of past performances.  What’s being communicated is what is already influencing millions of global businesses, the fundamentals of change are already set in place.

What fundamentals drive change?

At the end of a trading day those charts are mere indications of how much is won or loss…. or whether you correctly understood the economic environment. The default indicator is the cost of doing business. Changes to the cost of supplies of goods and services, drives the fundamentals and the end of year balance sheets. It defines ROI.

Did you get a great ROI or just good?

Charting is to brokerage what content management is to communication…. it’s a big part of business storytelling.  Producing quality and volume of content comes second to understanding your market supply side environment. Here’s where your best content becomes re-purposeful and an important asset. It’s a precise snapshot in time an accurate relating of events.  Great copy remains agile and smart over time and proves measurable in relevancy and value.

Valued re-purposed copy is a source of SEO rich long or short form to social media commentaries and well placed YouTube videos.   A well-organized curated library can be useful to future content strategies.  This is good stuff writing that remains renewable and adaptable. Valued re-purposed copy is an indication of an author’s understanding of business and the environment that it thrives in

The one stable dynamic on earth is the need to communicate.

What’s true in business today was not the truth yesterday. Content management must be agile enough to communicate immediate changes occurring in supply chain behavioral economics and growth. Change comes in the wink of an eye.

Content must own and hone agility.

This skill places you in the lead of anticipating customer needs before the customer.

Understanding the supply side dynamics that shift the costs not only influences your bottom line but those businesses that your products or services serve.

Not every content maker can track your supply side costs and produce clever creatives to explain it to stakeholders. is the solution to content intention.

God A Human Story By Reza Aslan

Book Review


A monotheism experiment – “the climax of the fairly recent belief in a single, singular, nonhuman, and indivisible creator God as defined by postexilic Judaism, as renounced by Zoroastrian Dualism and Christian Trinitarianism, and as revived in the Sufi interpretation of tawhid; God is not the creator of everything that exists. God is everything that exists.” ~ God A Human Story

Nothing prepared me for this uplifting treatise on the intelligence of our evolution. We may be nature’s experiment, but humanity has always initiated its own exploration of the neural pathways that explain not only who we are but also how we are to each other.


The author Reza Aslan offers an explanation on how religions are constant constructs in evolution and is the creation of our civilizations.  So I ask have we engineered religions as guideposts to our evolution. Or is religion an organic living thing that progresses with civilizations.

This essay is not a read for those who understand or live religious dogma as an unchanging thing written on stone tablets. Rather this author explains concepts of the many religions we’ve embraced in clear and unambiguous terms. And his book is the brilliant product of much work. It comprises mountains of organized, substantive research and a discourse on the evolution and sometimes devolution of humanity’s faiths.

Divine humanization

From Lord of the Beasts to a redefined god stripped of carnal form to become a dehumanized god…”without shape or form – utterly transcendent and apersonal.” From God A Human Story

It is reasonable to surmise that the growth of religions becomes part of a learned pattern of thought that manifest by way of cellular memories. The disparate events in discoveries of cave art depicting similar objects of deity in other times and spaces begs the question, is there cellular memories embedded in our DNA.  And, do these objects contain a formula for organized religions necessary for humanity’s socialization?

Although bioresearch has evolved to a place that aggressively challenges what we don’t know about the cell and the intelligence fueling its organelles, it is safe to say that they may harbor information about the origin of the phenomenon we call organized religion.

For me the most compelling argument made by Mr. Aslan on how we struggle to awareness is in the advent of Marduk.  He was central to one of  the longest lasting religions that arrived during Babylonian times when humanity was grasping for an inclusiveness. In a society led by Cyrus the Great and when Judaism was still new and Yeshua ben Joseph (Jesus) wasn’t born yet, the kernels of a culturally changeable society came to be.

The preponderance of evidence reasons that Cyrus the Great constructed an inclusive nation that respected values of a culturally fluid civilization.   While slowly dehumanizing its center of worship, a god name Marduk.

Our imagination driven by what we understand dictates our need to make gods in images and traits we know best…ourselves.

It requires a brave heart

One must enter into the labor of religious research with an open mind and heart.  Reza Aslan owns both with a healthy dash of skepticism and bravery.

In my opinion, to argue the relevance of the constructs of our belief systems requires extreme courage. The evolution of religion is the tender under belly of all human cultures.  They compose the most personal self-identification of societies and sovereignty. It composes what we understand as the collective reasoning.

I wouldn’t, shouldn’t and couldn’t comment on this read as an essay on opposing religions. Rather it’s a talk on how our ‘systems of faith” evolved to reflect our relative truths.

This author delves very little into the nature of the societies that constructed these religions. In my opinion because Mr. Aslan’s course of study and this book is centered on the far more important stuff of explaining how religions work and its mind numbing effects on human progress.


Our objects of worship served to explain the unexplainable while aiding our survival as a specie.  Are we in the midst of embracing and expanding the precepts of a dehumanized religion?

This is genius writing on comparative religions and the processes of its creators and inheritors.


An extremely ambitious book becomes an easy read on the roots of religions and thoroughly researched story of comparative ideologies.

The cultural timelines and borders appear almost a blur.  The author clarifies those lines that seem to disappear in the miasma of disparate teachings of scholars separated or compromised by secular belief systems.

The book explains in simple terms how the conflict lies in man’s reasoning for living and the need to look elsewhere for guidance and comfort.

The human story preaches how the varied forms of deification and religious fables have endured and colored how we see experience our religions. This author makes this 12,000 to 14,000 years tale seem like mere steps in discoveries of whom we are and how beliefs have inform our lives.

Main Character


My Critique: Even for the most august of theologians can experience epiphanies in this read. This writing has the rare flavor of pure objectivity.

Genre: General audiences and an enlightening read.









At BCSolutions Genius Digital Curation, is not magic.

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“Digital curation is the selection, preservation, maintenance, collection and archiving of digital assets. Digital curation establishes, maintains and adds value to repositories of digital data for present and future use. This is often accomplished by archivists, librarians, scientists, historians, and scholars.” – Wikipedia

Using the magic liberated through crafty content can reveal hidden wonders about your business. BCSolutions will not always see the captivation liberated by the content we weave. Nevertheless, it presents itself in customer responses. Increased sales and marketing participation is true verification of how well smart content works.

The success in how well we convey the nature of our business depends on words. Well-crafted articles awaken the many nuances that are a part of the human sensory. It keeps in our memories those rarefied moments when a sentence can translate into things we need or want. Digital articles with immediate appeal can create what our eyes do not see, our noses do not smell, or our touch cannot feel. That is also when masterful curation of relevant news and industry trends comes in handy. A thorough understanding of your industry makes BCSolutions your go to for content making.

BCSolutions and Subject Digital Curation go hand in hand.

The art of Subject Digital Curation is about learning the specific industry, commerce, business type and audience that composes a customer base. We use that information to create easy reads for your website or blog. It is all about telling a good story when stimulating interest in the products and/or services that you offer.

To create exemplary content using the support of good curation, the digital writer should have an uncanny aptitude for understanding the nuances that make up your industry. It is good business when you help your consumer to understand how to monitor the alterations in your output. These weekly emails will keep your clients current and encourages consumer confidence…your consumers. Weekly blog or website updates always meet with appreciation.

Most web searches are information driven.

Visitors to your blog or website should enjoy the read before they know that it is selling. Crafty articles can successfully convey in simple reusable terms information that becomes invaluable to your visitors. This encourages return visits and active subscribers.

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BCSolutions is a digital content solution that uses thoughtfully targeted curation…tailored to your industry.

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