The tools that we believe make our lives easier simultaneously enslave us.
The Internet is not just an opportunity, a gift of progress. It is an obligation that contemporaneity imposes upon us. When we go to the depth of the country, for some reason, and without fail, we tell our friends that we will not have any Internet access. We seem to be apologising for this. If John Doe disappears for a while from a forum or from Facebook, his friends begin to ask, “Where is John? What’s wrong with him?” If nobody is looking for him, poor John, right? Nobody is interested in him; he’s out of society.
If we want to buy a package holiday from a particular tour agency and we can’t find any information about that agency on the Internet, we won’t use them. In modern business, a company cannot function if it has no Internet…
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