we aren't addicted to services; we just really like human connection and tech companies are devilishly desperate to monopolize that experience
contrary to a false history, we have ALWAYS developed infrastructure in support of human connection. recent advancement shows us that tech *could* liberate our differences and connect us all, therefore we see a surge of new ways to vilify that connection... to make it seem vacuous and childish somehow.
@wilkie taking a big pill shaped like the town crier
@wilkie thank you! people are the best part of the internet. i keep saying this and it feels like such an unpopular opinion.
@wilkie Is that... Photoshop?
Kids these days, all addicted to their social medias and professional photo-editing tools 🤔 🤷
@firewally computer bad!!
@wilkie lmao at the pill labeled with photoshop
@wilkie pssst hey kid, you wanna try some Photoshop?
@wilkie Is one of them the very popular social networking site... Photoshop?
@wilkie Since several people have beat me to remarking on one of those being Photoshop, I'll go with this instead:
OK, boomer, go take your facebook.
@wilkie Someone should post this on /r/im12andthisisdeep
@wilkie the /actual/ final frontier
@wilkie who the hell would be addicted to uber
@wilkie I mean that picture is dumb, but Facebook, Twitter, etc are literally engineered to maximize the number of hours you spend looking at your phone
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