posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 01:11 PM
Originally posted by Matteroni
its a great article, and the huxley vs orwell picture is entertaining, but the internet has the ball now it seems.
also it appears to me that the internet generation is ready to take a stand and topple all of this BS we have going on now with power structures and
what not. just look at anonymous for example. its the internet generation making changes and ready to fight against tyranny (or what is perceived as
tyranny) in a way that most older people aren't ready to do, maybe because they get most of their info from TV and thus get the idea that everything
when these TV-watcher generations eventually die off, all we'll be left with is internet generation people and well-informed people who won't take
any more of the crap we seem to take nowadays. and when that happens, i think it will be a whole new world.
How much I'd love to agree, I can't.
this discourse on the internet generation is wishful thinking. that generation wants its soma as well, but now it wants it everywhere, any time, any
Please take a look at the figures: what webservice is doing best? The one that teaches you about the world? or the one that tells you you have to like
what's the Top 20 on youtube? what trends on Twitter?? Stupid plastic entertainment. Nothing new.