Let’s face it, the culture of thought on the internet has been diminished to a vanishing point and we are all to blame. But who says our happiness has to suffer for it?
The internet’s many comment sections are notoriously treacherous waters.
The highest echelon of low profile is still maintainable as f#*k.
Before the term “blog” was part of our mainstream vocabulary, before everyone and their mother decided they were a lifestyle blogger, and before twitter and instagram and facebook…there was this amazing thing called Livejournal.
I decided to end things with Twitter due to unforeseeable irreconcilable differences and the changes I’ve noticed since then have been life-altering.
Unfortunately all good things must come to an end, just ask Myspace. If for some reason you’re still living in the past, here are the reasons you need to bid adieu to Facebook.
By playing your cards right, you can make some easy money online doing things you’re already doing.
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.