Hi Roger, glad you asked! Feedly is a great site for laying out and ordering information you want to collect & refer back to, better than static bookmarks. Similarly, google searches are “static lists” of results you read passively by scrolling down the page.
In both web 2.0 instances, it is not really interactive, so computers are not engaging with the user. Instead you are determining the input, requesting info, and then the computer responds to you.
The computer unilaterally produces results and you passively consume what is delivered by the algorithms of search engines and web design.
By contrast, myownreporter will be delivering a genuinely interactive experience, to date only provided by chatbots conversing in a limited fashion with humans and online Virtual Assistants helping users get info they want by interacting with them “live”.
What you pay MOR for is a bilateral information gathering service - MOR velmais use their artificial intelligence to know what you might search for, ask you about it, deliver, respond, & engage with you alone, building an exclusive relationship.
It is a more human like interaction which is “live” in the sense it is a two way/bilateral exchange of information that is also personalised.
It is organic because MOR velmais will become people’s pets online, without wishing to demean them . They have fledgling intelligence like a young human or an animal that can learn tricks and so communicate with their carers, adult humans.
Just as you buy a pet from the store and then pay for its daily food, accessories and vet bills, you will need to pay us a “maintenance” fee to make sure your MOR velmai is fit, healthy and developing normally under your personal care and supervision.