The internet is a two-faced attraction.
When asked what authors’ gabby, chatty social-media exposure may do to literature’s traditional writerly mystique, one reader came back with the “disappointment” of a demographic — and why Wikileaks beats Anderson Cooper. Pretty sure this might not be all that generational.
Maybe we’re preoccupied with monitoring the illusion of our lives because it’s the only way that makes happiness seem like a real and attainable thing.
1. Do you have more “friends” than friends?
The internet is very kind. It convinces us that we’re insane/ madly in love with the wrong person/probably going to jail.
Whether or not you watch or follow YouTube personalities the documentary is a very interesting view for multiple reasons.
I read somewhere that putting a quote at the beginning of your piece makes it somehow more sophisticated and shareable. Isn’t that nice?
2. You’re reading a list that’s so you, paid for by Mountain Dew, but still very much you.
For some reason, my iPhone asks if I would like to connect to a network called “HOME” whenever I am in one of Manhattan’s most expensive neighborhoods.
1) ENCUENTRA LA INFORMACIÓN POR TI MISMO