“…We are now pirates, gurus, authors, bloggers, thieves, anonymous, hackers, students, victims of fraud, angry verbal mobs or singular voices of reason. We provoke response with our videos and we recycle information as if it were our own original thought. We are rebels looking for a cause and we are the uninspired youth of today’s America. We are lonely, desperate and frightened. We are artists and thinkers vying for a split second of the world’s attention. We are the children who want more than a bleak vision of the future and we are the clamped, clogged, stubborn will of those who do their best to ensure its bleakness.
But we all have computers and access to the Internet, and this gives us so much more than just an opportunity to partake of the data — it gives us a way to interact with it.
This is social networking. And where it was once fresh and exciting, filled with promise and the utopian dream of embracing giant planet Earth with a simple keystroke, it has now become — after several long, technologically social and amazing years — one cacophonous, noisy, unending explosion of human ego and pandemonium.”
“What’s a life and where can I download one?” – Alex Grey
Causes Dori Hartley Supports
Stop Internet Fraud.