In any game, the game itself is the prize, no matter who wins, ultimately both lose the game.
Tempted to type meaningless twaddle all the time on Twitter…with alliteration, no less!
An assembly is extra slow in taking actions.
Never was a Family more insistent on learning one another’s movements than were the Bunch. All of them volubly knew, or indignantly desired to know, where all the others had been every minute of the week.
The longer a person’s twitter @username is, the harder it is to argue with them … on twitter.
now it’s computers and more computers
and soon everybody will have one,
3-year-olds will have computers
and everybody will know everything
about everybody else
long before they meet them.
nobody will want to meet anybody
else ever again
and everybody will be
like I am now.
A lot of people are on the internet searching for fifteen minutes of fame I’ve been on it so long and so often I’m looking for fifteen minutes of Freedom
Okay, so I stopped posting status updates on Facebook a long time ago. I noticed that whenever someone posts something completely mundane and stupid, like ‘Sushi 2nite!’ seventeen people have to comment on that. ‘I sushi!’ and ‘Spicy Tuna 4 meee!’ But if you ever try to actually say something serious about your feelings or, like, your life, every one of your 386 “friends” is suddenly mute. So there you have it: My life is a post with no comments. Less interesting than spicy tuna.
All media work us over completely.
All social interactions require some loss of freedom.