How lazy are you?
Time and Gawker are reporting on a fake article that isn’t even real.
Here’s a remixed version of TIME’s most recent attempt to sell copies of their magazine. What do y’all think?
Let’s just combine it and call them Generation Why Me. It fits, right?
I’m saying that we have to start thinking differently about what public and private mean. The net result of this transparency is a kind of honesty that shouldn’t make us reform our lives— it should make us reform our vision of what a responsible life is all about. Responsible people get drunk, they rant, they have and think about sex, they doubt themselves, they change their opinions, sometimes they’re assholes, sometimes they’re naive.
The dramatic arc of the film is built around what appears to be an irony: the guy incapable of friendship builds the most successful social networking site built on “friends.” Indeed, there is an undercurrent of critique of social media, that it is alienating, that the friendships are false, that all those Facebook “friends” are built on the misanthropy of one man.