Taxonomy in culture

Consciously or unconsciously we have an instinctive effort to leave a mark of our lives. But there are only few people who have left such signs for the world in the form of a novel, poetry, painting, scientific discovery, building, music, and in other forms and objects that “by mutual consent” are considered valuable for mankind.”
“Unfortunately, our live passes, and after some time nobody remembers us. For a while we appear
only on a few photos and in the memories of our children, grandchildren and friends but then we are forgotten.
Considering the fact that computers are widely used nowadays and we now couldn’t even imagine our lives without them, I believe we came to the point where every human being on Earth needs to have a timeline called Taxonomy that follows through our lives and that we can constantly build and develop making information about us even after our life for our descendants.
Every human being has the right to construct his or her own Taxonomy according to a uniformly accepted rule so that they are comparable with one another.
This is what I call digital democracy.

Digital shift by help of Taxonomy

The globalisation has deepened a worldwide social relations among people and the development of international organisations. The interdependency between countries and culture across the world has got stronger, and a growing number of people from different cultural backgrounds have been working together.
These changes offer wide opportunities for the cultural and creative industries. In order to avail of these opportunities, the cultural and creative industries need to develop new skills to allow for new production and distribution methods and new artistic cultural models.
One way for that is the use of Taxonomy in the culture.