Post by Tony Hates Everything on Jan 6, 2018 14:33:39 GMT -5
I get it..
The world we live in now makes me chuckle with the disbelief on how much it has changed... Communication is what they call "evolved" but i honestly feel it's not the appropriate word, yet i don't feel like "crippled" is any better but closer in description. We now rely on computers, devices, and networks to keep us in touch, these things are now our reflection of our social status. What device you own, what network are you in, this is allowing us to continue to segregate status and even repress groups from being compatible with others. The part that leaves me in a chuckle of disbelief and that leads me to understand "crippled" is a more accurate word of the "evolution of communication" is the cost not of the device, computer, or network but of having the privilege of communication. What does it cost you to communicate on/in these devices and networks most would say your personal information is a small fee to pay to communicate but if that was true why do they want it so bad... Why does Facebook want your personal information so much that they would request proof of you identity?
This isn't a conspiracy theory, this isn't a religious belief that the world is ending, this is just an observation on the way things have changed and the cost.