As recent as 60 years ago, a businessman could let his hair down (or hat off) at home, smoke a cigarette or pipe, and watch the news
(in black and white). In fact, at the U of TX Austin museum, an exhibition is underway to show you just that: witness to a century.
Now, we spend a considerable amount of time online, commenting, following, blogging, liking and…venting.
Welcome to modernity i.e. jet plane, mobile devices, fast food and “social” sans borders.
It will either be misinformation or disinformation about us, and certainly, easy access (Snowden’s alert).
(at least, on LinkedIn, they let you reverse look up people who looked you up).
Some people even advocate cyber abstinence or cyber sabbatical.
The idea is to rearrange our priorities so face time can take precedence over screen time.
Twitter is so prescient in mobile connectivity. “Where are you now” has…
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