The problem with making a virtual world of oneself is akin to the problem with projecting ourselves onto a cyberworld: there’s no end of virtual spaces in which to seek stimulation, but their very endlessness, the perpetual stimulation without satisfaction, becomes imprisoning.
Since the emergence of Facebook, so many persons have become so vulnerable that they no longer have any secret
The great thing about the Internet isn’t that you can reconnect with old friends or stay up to date with developing world events or send pictures of newborns immediately around the world. It is simply that you can log on to jcpenney.com from anywhere and order fresh underwear immediately after seeing your life flash before your eyes.
If we unite, we can surmount any mountain and make things happen for the betterment of all.
I hate the concept of likeability-it gave us two terms of George Bush, whom a plurality of voters wanted to have a beer with, and Facebook. You’d unfriend a lot of people if you knew them as intimately and unsparingly as a good novel would. But not the ones you actually love.
work. play. passion.
Hey, why this person blocked me?”, “WTF, this guy I know him!”, “WTF this guy I don’t know but he has send me request???”, “Oh,oh That’s the famous singer from the TV!! I know that person, I know him?!, I know him!?”… This is called the future – so my question is are you prepared for this?
Strategy is about out-thinking your competition. Mark Zuckerberg, while at Harvard, built a website called Facemash ‘for fun’. Even today, Facebook believe that ‘done is better than perfect’.
I kind of thought actually that Trevor was gone completely mental when he called up here a few weeks ago. Like, why would he not text or email or Facebook? What’s with all the reality, I thought. Does he not know he’s a million times cooler in virtual form?