What Happens When You Stop Being Social

2013. július 23. 11:54
You don’t need to share everything. Certainly most people don’t. I’ve always shared to a fault.

„Posting is a faint cry for attention. If you don’t post, you don’t stay glued to your phone, awaiting superficial validation that someone loves you. Your use of social media is very much about your ego. If you acknowledge that going in, you can at least offer value and humility in your »Look At Me«-ness.

You don’t need to share everything. Certainly most people don’t. I’ve always shared to a fault. A recent interview that focused on my life outside of work upset a couple of family members. It was probably good for me to reset and realize my personal angst isn’t fit for public consumption. (Though for the record, both overreacted.)

Devices are eating our brains. Until my little test, I didn’t believe in zombies. Now, unless people put their goddamn machines down more often than they have them up, I’m going to stop believing in actual humans.”

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