And for my next trick, I will effortlessly whine about the time Facebook revoked the 60-day name change rule to allow me to change my name from “Large N In Charge”, back to “Verity Morley”.
Wikileaks is a pioneer for the exposé of corrupted information, which would otherwise remain hidden from public view if it weren’t for one silver-haired fox who made the leaking of this “confidential” information a reality.
With the rise of the information age, it has now become more important than ever for gatewatchers to become apparent in our internet culture.
Android versus Apple: a comparison.
*Sits down at desk, opens textbooks, opens laptop, opens word document, writes heading*
“Well, I’ve done enough work to earn some phone time.”
*Treats oneself to some quality social media stalking*
Liquid life: a shifting, developing and advancing concept of current society… Is it fair to play the blame game for this generations consumption of/creation of distributed networks?
Designer foods, cyborgs, virtual sex, virtual reality, hackers, network wars, urban decay, artificial intelligence and ghosts in machines were all part of the speculation surrounding the rise of the internet in the 80s.
Viewing the internet as a “mutant child” is mildly amusing for those of us who spend every waking moment using said mutant child for entertainment, work and staying connected. (By staying connected I mean tagging friends in relatable memes on Facebook about being an embarrassment to myself).