One of the most powerful media tycoons (or maybe THE most powerful), Rupert Murdoch has been astonishingly successful over his life.
Now that the 82 year old is comfortable with Twitter (and believe me, it didn’t take him long), we get the opportunity to see the mind behind the thoughts.
Mr Murdoch recently tweeted about the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, south London. Many people were saying that the murderers were just that: murderers. And, they weren’t terrorists. Rupert Murdoch put his thoughts to the twittersphere. Here’s his post:
“Many UK tweeters say no terror. Admirable, gutsy, but get real and go listen at some mosques. Admit most okay but others really scary.”
Okay, so let’s look behind the words and see what DeepWord knows.
First, and most interesting, is that DeepWord assesses his tweet as mostly about emotions. He is telling you with a keen focus on “feeling and expressing.” Next, DeepWord says he is “mostly closed” to other ideas. Don’t over-think this. Most people, when expressing their point of view are in this “mostly closed” state.
Mr Murdoch seems pretty staunch. His prime emotion, according to DeepWord, is a sense of being “unyielding.” Less intensely, he feels “certain and attentive.” You can tell he is very strong minded and highly focused.
Deeper down, DeepWord says he is moved by a sense of feeling “passionate, vigilant, trustworthy.”
Well, I think that says it all. Rupert Murdoch is an incredibly strong personality. It’s clear even in his tweets.