Posted January 07, 2019 05:51:17I was a big fan of my school’s internet cafe.
I remember my teachers having a conversation about how to improve the cafe.
One of the teachers said: “Why do we hate the Internet?”
And the response was: “Because it’s so terrible.”
Now, if the internet is terrible, why do we keep complaining about it?
I mean, we all have different reasons to be on the internet.
But for me, it’s the feeling of being isolated, alone in a strange, foreign place.
I’m used to it, but the internet has been the worst.
It’s not just me, of course.
We’re all in this strange, alien world.
I used to feel a bit like an outsider in my family, but now I don’t feel that way.
The internet has made me feel more like a member of the group, which is a relief.
The internet, for me at least, has made it possible to find myself, and others like me, online.
But I’m not alone.
The internet’s only real friends are people I actually like.
It’s not an illusion.
I’ve heard it said that the internet makes us feel safe, and that the more people are using it, the more comfortable we are.
I agree, but I think we should be careful about how we interpret these feelings.
We’re not saying that the technology makes us safer, or that the people using it feel safer.
But it makes us want to stay on it and keep doing it.
It gives us the sense that we’re somehow in control of our own destiny.
In the past, people who lived in an internet-addled world tended to be socially isolated.
Nowadays, that is changing.
I see a lot of people around me who are starting to talk about their online lives.
It feels like the internet, I’m sure, has changed me in ways that I never thought possible.
I can’t explain it all to you, but it seems to be the case that it has helped me connect with other people, make friends, find new interests, and feel less isolated.
Some of us are lucky to have found a new job, a new place to live, or a new relationship, and the internet and social media have been a big part of our lives.
But some of us have been left out, or the internet isn’t as friendly as we want it to be.
In the end, I don’s want to get into a whole debate about whether or not it makes me more or less safe online.
I don`t want to have to decide which internet service to buy, whether or no I can connect to my family or friends online.
What I want to know is: are the things I want most in my life being taken away from me?