Facebook started by making it possible to see what your friends were doing. But that was never going to make much money for the company.
Comparison is the thief of joy. So how do we avoid comparisons on social media?
We are all important – at least to ourselves. But how do we prove to others that we matter?
Are you bored? Here are a few perspectives on being bored.
Sometimes it can feel that we are nothing more than objects to be evaluated.
Jesus was lucky to live in a time before Twitter. Imagine how things would be if he had a Twitter account. (As a side note, the Twitter name @SonOfGod was reserved in 2013 by the makers of the movie Son of God, but has never tweeted, so I figure it’s okay if Jesus uses it 😁)
It will be interesting to see what changes the next decade brings.
Fame and Celebrity – what so many people aspire to!
Our genes are responsible for our compulsive use of social media.
In the words of Nathan Heller in The New Yorker, “Many drivers regard autonomous cars as a pervert technology, like sex robots or Nespresso machines.”