Question 1: What is a mashie?

 

Answer 1: A mashie is a collaboratively created composite photo, video, or hologram that captures and expresses a unique story about an interesting shared experience or adventure among friends, loved ones, family members, or fans as it unfolds in the real world in real time. (sources: Vision and Assistants pages of inocle.com, Mashie vs. Selfie page of snapmashie.com)

 

Question 2: What is a snap?

 

Answer 2: In the context of a mashie, a snap is defined as a single photograph, short video, holographic image, or short holographic video.

 

Question 3: What is a composite snap?

 

Answer 3: A composite snap is defined as an organized collection of two or more snaps.

 

Question 4: What are the two different types of composite snaps?

 

Answer 4: There are two different types of composite snaps: pure composite snaps and mixed composite snaps.

 

Question 5: What is a pure composite snap?

 

Answer 5: A pure composite snap is an organized collection of two or more snaps of the same media type. For example, a pure composite photo snap comprises two or more organized photo snaps; a pure composite video snap comprises two or more organized video snaps; a pure composite holographic image comprises two or more organized 3D holograms; and a pure composite holographic video comprises two or more organized 3D hologram videos.

 

Question 6: What is a mixed composite snap?

 

Answer 6: A mixed composite snap is an organized collection of two or more snaps not all of the same media type. For example, a mixed composite photo & video snap comprises an organized collection of one or more photo snaps and one or more video snaps.

 

Question 7: What are the three different types of mashies?

 

Answer 7: There are three different types of mashies: master mashies, derivative mashies, and fan mashies.

 

Question 8: What is a master mashie?

 

Answer 8: A master mashie is a composite snap collaboratively created by a group of friends or colleagues sharing a common social experience over a specific window in time. Master mashies are generated by snap-mashie process participants using modern AI-powered smart devices, such as smart glasses, smartphones, or tablets.
 

Question 9: What is the fastest way to generate a master mashie?

 

Answer 9: The fastest way to generate a master mashie is to ensure that all participants are equipped with AI-enabled smart devices and can move close enough to one another to lightly touch heads or hands immediately after each participant has taken their respective photo, video, or holographic snap of the shared experience.
 

Question 10: What is a derivative mashie?

 

Answer 10: A derivative mashie is a personalized or customized version of a master mashie. Derivative mashies are designed by snap-mashie process participants using modern wearable and mobile post-PC devices.
 

Question 11: What is a fan mashie?

 

Answer 11: A fan mashie is a personalized or customized version of a derivative mashie. Fan mashies are designed by select fans of snap-mashie process participants. Fans share fan mashies with friends, family members, and followers via the cloud using popular social networks, such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
 

Question 12: Why is a fan mashie important to the future of social media?

 

Answer 12: A fan mashie is of critical importance to the future of social media because it uniquely enables post-selfie era Internet storytellers to more deeply engage and interact with their fan base regarding events, experiences, and adventures of mutual interest, ultimately giving rise to social media audiences of unprecedented size, scope, and reach.

 

Question 13: Does a fan mashie have to be created by a person?
 

Answer 13: No. While a fan mashie is typically designed and created by a devoted human fan of one or more of the participants captured in a master mashie, a fan mashie can be generated by an intelligent personal digital assistant and submitted for human review prior to posting on social networking sites. In fact, with the mid-2015 introduction of Google Photos and its core feature of enabling friends to quickly share hundreds of media files with friends with just a few simple clicks, we are already seeing the advent of agent-based automatic mashie generation in the form of auto-generated GIF animations, auto-generated collages, and auto-generated stories, which are all various native forms of mashies.

Top Supermodel Icons: 1950s - 2010s

The purpose of the next several sections is to illustrate the concept of a mashie using the visual voices of top beauty icons, fashion icons, style icons, and celebrity icons from past and present eras, spanning multiple decades from the 1950s thru the 2000s and into the 2010s.

 

Given the renewed importance of traditional or classic supermodels in today's hyper-visual, high-definition multiscreen world as well as the increasingly important role played by a new breed of social supermodels born from Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, we shall retroactively apply the unifying term supermodel icon to any and all beauty, fashion, style, and celebrity icons from bygone eras who would have had the star power to attract millions of followers if social media technology were to be magically available at the time. For example, would Marilyn Monroe have had millions, or tens of millions, of followers if social media networks were in widespread use during the 1950s? We believe, clearly and certainly yes, without any doubt.

With the unifying notion of a supermodel icon and its retroactive definition across eras long past, we are now ready to step back in time and see the concept of a mashie in action circa 1950.

Top Supermodel Icon Names and Faces of the 1950s

The beauty standards and the fashion trends of the 1950s were defined by four global "supermodel" icons of that era: hair icon Brigitte Bardot, lips icon Marilyn Monroe, eyes icon Elizabeth Taylor, and princess icon Grace Kelly, as organized in the animated name mashie below.

The name mashie shows the first and last names of the four top supermodel icons of the 1950s organized into stacked squares, with Bardot's first and last names featured in the top mashie square, Monroe's names in the middle square, Taylor's names in the lower square, and Kelly's names in the lower right-hand square.

The mashie of 1950s supermodel icon names presented above can be visually enhanced by adding new squares containing photo snaps, as illustrated below.

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The snap mashie shows photos of the exquisite faces, or heads, of the top four beauty and fashion icons of the 1950s organized into stacked squares, with Brigitte's head snap featured in the top mashie square, Marilyn's head snap in the middle square, Liz's head snap in the lower square, and Princess Grace's head snap in the lower right-hand square.

Collectively, the visually enhanced 1950s master mashie comprised of the union of the 50s name mashie and the 50s snap mashie reveals a great deal about 1950s beauty, fashion, and style, as illustrated for the first time in the animated snap mashie story below.

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Fans around the globe at that time were charmed by the playful Parisian Brigitte Bardot, fascinated with the glamorous California gal Marilyn Monroe, mesmerized by the captivating natural beauty of British-born Elizabeth Taylor, and irrepressibly drawn to the singular elegance of Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco. (sources: Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe articles from Wikipedia.org)

Given the central importance of collaborative visual communication to Internet storytelling as we transition from the "me-centric" selfie era to the more "we-centric" mashie era, we formally define a mashie story as an animated master mashie sequence containing at least one snap mashie and one name mashie. For example, when we combined the 1950s top supermodel icon name mashie with the top supermodel icon snap mashie, we produced the mashie story presented above, which we refer to as the Top Four Supermodel Icons from the 1950s Organized in a Photo Snap Mashie Story.

Fan Mashie: A Unique View of 1950s Beauty, Fashion, & Style


Since a master mashie is by definition an organized composite collection of individual text, photo, and video elements, it can be utilized by select supermodel icon fans to create customized and personalized derivative mashies, or fan mashies, comprising one or more of the master mashie's constituent elements.

For example, a fan of top supermodel icons from the 50s may personalize, reorganize, and customize the name squares above and snap squares below from the original 1950s master mashie to create a new fan mashie design that visually communicates the fan's own unique, personal, and insightful view of 50s beauty, fashion, and style.

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Moreover, once the new design is created, the supermodel fan can share it with friends and followers on popular social networks and photo and video sharing sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google Photos, and YouTube, using any modern cloud-connected post-PC smart device.

Lastly, since by definition a fan mashie is a derivative of a master mashie, it can natively leverage the viewership base of its master mashie parent. By piggy-backing on the audience of its parent, fan mashies provide designers with an unprecedented ability to potentially reach very large numbers of friends, followers, and other fans, a well as a chance to engage with supermodel icon master mashie creators directly via the cloud.

Top Supermodel Icon Names and Faces of the 1960s

The beauty and fashion standards of the 1960s were defined by five "supermodel" icons adored by fans around the globe at that time: body icon Sophia Loren, style icon Jean Shrimpton, belle icon Catherine Deneuve, brow icon Audrey Hepburn, and lash icon Lesley Lawson or Twiggy, as organized in the animated name mashie below.

The name mashie shows the first and last names of the five top supermodel icons of the 1960s organized into stacked squares, with Sophia's first and last names featured in the top mashie square, Jean's names featured in the center square, Catherine's names in the middle right-hand square, Audrey's names in the lower square, and Twiggy's names in the lower left-hand square.

The mashie of 1960s supermodel icon names presented above can be visually enhanced by adding new squares containing photo snaps, as illustrated below.

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The snap mashie shows photos of the striking faces, or heads, of the top five beauty, movie, and fashion icons of the 1960s organized into stacked squares, with Loren's head snap featured in the top mashie square, Shrimpton's head snap in the middle center square, Deneuve's head snap in the middle right-hand square, Hepburn's head snap in the lower center square, and Twiggy's head snap in the lower left-hand square.

Taken together, the visually enhanced 1960s master mashie comprised of the union of the 60s name mashie and the 60s snap mashie
provide meaningful insight into 1960s culture, as shown for the first time in the animated snap mashie story below.

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Global fans during that period were enamored with the talented bombshell from Italy Sophia Loren, drawn to the high-fashion style of Jean Shrimpton, the mini-skirt, it-girl from Great Britain, lured into theaters en masse by the sultry siren from France Catherine Deneuve, enchanted by the adorable, funny, and glamorous British movie-star princess Audrey Hepburn, and bewitched by the soulful swinger from London, Lesley Lawson, famously known as Twiggy. (sources: Audrey Hepburn, Catherine Deneuve, Jean Shrimpton, Lesley Lawson, and Sophia Loren articles from Wikipedia.org)
 

Top Supermodel Icon Names and Faces of the 1970s

 

 

The beauty and fashion standards of the 1970s were defined by five "supermodel" icons who captivated audiences, readers, and fans around the globe at that time: skin icon Cheryl Tiegs, hot icon Gia Carangi, neck icon Iman Abdulmajid, and angel icons Farrah Fawcett (blonde angel) and Jaclyn Smith (brunette angel), as organized in the animated name mashie below.

The name mashie shows the first and last names of the five top supermodel icons of the 1970s organized into stacked squares, with Gia's first and last names featured in the top mashie square, Iman's names featured in the center square, Cheryl's names in the middle right-hand square, Farrah's names in the middle left-hand square, and Jaclyn's names in the lower square.

The mashie of 1970s supermodel icon names presented above can be visually enhanced by adding new squares containing photo snaps, as illustrated below.

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The snap mashie shows photos of the gorgeous faces, or heads, of the top five beauty, media, and fashion icons of the 1970s organized into stacked squares, with Carangi's head snap featured in the top mashie square, Iman's head snap in the center square, Tiegs' head snap in the middle right-hand square, Fawcett's head snap in the middle left-hand square, and Smith's head snap in the lower square.

 

Collectively, the visually enhanced 1970s master mashie comprised of the union of the 70s name mashie and the 70s snap mashie provide meaningful insight into 1970s beauty, fashion, and style, as demonstrated for the first time in the following animated snap mashie story.

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Fans around the world at the time were drawn to the tall, tan swimsuit beauty from America Cheryl Tiegs, glimpsing the dark side of the late 70s while following the dramatic rise of the undeniably stunning New York fashion star Gia Carangi, opening their hearts and minds to an exotic and regal beauty from Somalia Iman Abdulmajid, and buying pin-up posters and adjusting their rabbit ears to see their favorite angels Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith on television. (sources: Cheryl Tiegs, Farrah Fawcett, Gia Carangi, Iman Abdulmajid, and Jaclyn Smith articles from Wikipedia.org)

 

Top Supermodel Icon Names and Faces of the 1980s

 

The beauty and fashion standards of the 1980s were defined by seven top supermodel icons adored by fans around the globe during that time: beauty mark icon Cindy Crawford, tan blonde icon Christie Brinkley, petite nose icon Christy Turlington, blue jeans icon Brooke Shields, hair and brow icon Linda Evangelista, tall body icon Elle Macpherson, and bejeweled princess icon Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, as organized in the animated name mashie below.

The name mashie shows the seven top supermodel names of the 1980s organized into small, interchangeable squares. Elle's first and last names are featured in the top left square, Christie's names in the top center square, Linda's names in the middle left-hand square, Cindy's names in the center square, Brooke's names in the middle right-hand square, Princess Diana's names in the lower center square, and Christy's names in the lower right-hand square.

 

The mashie of top supermodel names of the 80s presented above can be visually enhanced by adding new squares containing photo snaps, as illustrated below.

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The snap mashie shows photos of the strikingly elegant faces of the top seven beauty, fashion, and royal icons of the 1980s organized into small, interchangeable squares. Elle's face is featured in the top left square, Christie's face in the top center square, Linda's face in the middle left-hand square, Cindy's face in the center square, Brooke's face in the middle right-hand square, Princess Diana's face in the lower center square, and Christy's face in the lower right-hand square.

 

Top Supermodel Icon Snap Mashie Story for the 1980s

 

By combining the 1980s top supermodel name mashie with the top supermodel snap mashie, we can quickly and automatically generate the following mashie story.

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We refer this digital creation as the Top Seven Supermodel Icons from the 1980s Organized in a Snap Mashie Story. The snap mashie story instantly communicates a powerful and globally understandable message about the true nature of 1980s fashion, culture, and style via the visual voices of the top icon names and faces of that era. (For textual history, see the Brooke Shields, Christie Brinkley, Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Diana Princess of Wales, Elle Macpherson, and Linda Evangelista articles on Wikipedia.org)

 

Fan Mashie Story about the Top Supermodel Icons of 1980s

 

In the previous section, we created a simple snap mashie story about top supermodel icons of the 1980s. In this section, we visually illustrate how highly engaged supermodel fans can take the original supermodel story to the next level.

 

For example, upon receiving the original 1980s supermodel snap mashie in her Instagram feed, a dedicated supermodel fan taps the vast resources of the Internet to discover the home countries and states of the top seven supermodels of the 80s. In order to make her findings more interesting to her friends and other supermodel fans on popular social networks, she quickly assembles the following flag mashie shown below.

The flag mashie shows the national or state flag of each of the top seven supermodels of the 1980s. The flag mashie shares the same organizational structure as the original snap mashie. The primary benefit of using a common mashie structure is that the new flag mashie can be seamlessly integrated with the original snap mashie to create an enhanced supermodel mashie story.

 

For example, a second dedicated supermodel fan receives the new supermodel flag mashie in his Twitter feed. He likes it immediately and then sees a perfect opportunity to create a new mashie story by combining previously posted name, snap, and flag mashies, as illustrated for the first time below.

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By working together collaboratively via the cloud, our two dedicated supermodel fans were able to quickly create an entirely new and significantly improved supermodel mashie story that instantly communicates a wealth of valuable insight about the names, faces, and places driving beauty and fashion trends in the 1980s.

 

Map Mashie for the Top Supermodel Icons of the 1980s

 

Upon receiving the new and improved mashie story about 1980s supermodel icons in her Facebook feed and watching it several times on her cloud-connected iPhone with several friends, a third dedicated supermodel fan sees an ideal opportunity to collaboratively enhance the supermodel story by creating a entirely new map mashie highlighting the birthplaces of each supermodel icon, as shown for the first time below.

The map mashie shows key points of interest in or around the towns or cities where each of the top seven supermodels of the 1980s were born. The map mashie shares the identical organizational structure as the original snap mashie.

 

The primary benefit of using a common mashie structure is that the new map mashie can be quickly and seamlessly integrated with the original supermodel name mashie or snap mashie, the original supermodel story, or the new and improved supermodel mashie story to create new mashie forms about famous supermodel icons from the 80s, such as the animated map mashie below.

The animated map mashie shows the city, state, or country where each of the top seven supermodels of the 1980s was born as small interchangeable text squares and local points of interest as small interchangeable image squares. The central benefit of using self-contained text squares and image squares is that they can be easily customize and personalized by fans to create completely new text and image mashie forms, as we shall see in the next sections.

 

Birthday Mashie for the Top Supermodel Icons of the 1980s

 

Upon receiving the new top supermodel map mashie in his Instagram feed and viewing it via his cloud-connected iPad, a fourth dedicated supermodel fan recognizes a perfect opportunity to join the supermodel cloud collaboration and enhance the mashie story about top supermodel icons of the 1980s by creating an entirely new party mashie showcasing the birthdays of each supermodel icon, as shown for the first time.

The party mashie shows the birth month, day, and year of each of the top seven supermodels of the 1980s. The party mashie shares the identical structure as the original snap mashie. The benefit of using a common mashie structure is that the new party mashie can be quickly integrated with the original supermodel name mashie, snap mashie, and mashie story, or the newly released fan mashies, including the new supermodel flag mashie, improved supermodel mashie story, and supermodel map mashie to create entirely new mashie forms and stories about famous supermodels from the 80s.

 

Body Mashie for the Top Supermodel Icons of the 1980s

 

Upon seeing global interest in supermodel mashies spike on many popular social networks, a fifth dedicated supermodel fan feels compelled to engage in the creative process. Using her Galaxy S smartphone, she joins fellow supermodel fans in the cloud and adds a new creative idea, depicted below, to the rapidly evolving mashie story about top supermodel icons of the 1980s.

To boost interest among her own fan base and leverage the massive global reach potential of the actively engaged supermodel fan base, she creatively describes and tags her new idea as a supermodel body mashie and then uses her cloud-connected mobile device to quickly share it with friends, followers, and fans across her preferred social networks.

 

The body mashie shows the height in feet and inches of the top seven supermodel icons of the 1980s. As was the case with previously described supermodel flag, map, and party fan mashies, the newly devised, constructed, and tagged supermodel body fan mashie follows the same organizational structure as the original, or master, snap mashie.

 

Mashie Stream for a Top Supermodel Icon of the 1980s

 

After signing into his favorite social network and receiving and reviewing numerous derivative name mashies, snap mashies, flag mashies, map mashies, party mashies, body mashies, and snap mashie stories about top supermodel icons of the 80s from fellow supermodel fans, a sixth dedicated supermodel fan uses his cloud-connected Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Plus smartphone to quickly assemble and share a brand new creation, shown for the first time below.

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The supermodel fan's innovative digital media creation provides a power-packed set of quick and fun facts about 1980s top supermodel icon Christie Brinkley in a new form of mashie, called a fact mashie stream, which exclusively focuses on a single square from the original master snap mashie, the Christie Brinkley square.

The mashie stream provides a detailed set of facts about the 1980s supermodel icon in a rapid-fire sequential stream, including the supermodel icon's first name, last name, height in feet, height in inches, birth month, birth day, birth year, home town, home state, and home country. The visually compelling aspect of the mashie stream is that all of aforementioned textual facts are interlaced with graphical images, including photo snaps, birthday party snaps, flag snaps, and map or geo snaps, to enhance user engagement and encourage collaborative exchange among supermodel fans.

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In the very near future, we strongly believe that new forms of visual communication technologies and digital media content structures, such as name mashies, snap mashies, geo mashies, mashie stories, and mashie streams shall fundamentally alter the way in which the world organizes, stores, and shares information for entertainment, learning, and business purposes.

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