I was just thinking of something. Did you know that the word “online” is the most abused word of the 21st century?
Okay, let me put it this way. How many times have you mentioned the word “online” in the past month?
You might be thinking, “Uh, not much.” And I’d tell you that you don’t have to use a word a billion times for it to be abused. And by the way, the word “online” is actually being used a billion times as we speak.
Since the advent of the internet in the 1980s, the whole world has appeared to make a shift to the “online”. Now you send messages online, apply for jobs online, build offices and houses online, in fact, you can date and marry online now.
What’s the point of this?
Isn’t it evident how we are gradually sending reality (humanity) offline? Such that the humans that make the internet we’re so obsessed with don’t matter anymore.
If you doubt that, then riddle me this: who is the inventor of the world wide web?
Of course you
might don’t know.
His name is Tim Berners Lee. Doesn’t ring a bell, right? That’s kinda like the point of this conversation.
Human beings are the ones reading your messages, don’t forget that. Your text would mean nothing if a human being isn’t at the other end to feel it.
A human being is the one that typed this post you’re reading. Don’t forget.
Thanks for reading, friends. It’s always a pleasure when you guys like or share my posts. Let’s always remember the humans behind the signals.