Yes sure. Have you ever noticed that with ICQ you turned on your computer, and since the days of ADSL it was immediately accompanied by an “oh-oh”! From people who saw you coming online. This is nice, but it touched your own world a bit at a certain point: you wanted to relax/escape and then you had to do everything right away. At one point I also got that in games: I called it “Green Text Syndrome” from battle.net: you wanted to have a good game, but green whispers in a row: do you feel like TD, do you want to join 2vs2, how are you doing this Days, could you have a look at my appeal request in the forum…etc.
But there is still personal responsibility for these things. You and the others were there too, and you could create a fake nick and then it was gone. You did it yourself, it was your own addiction, you can do it just fine, it’s not easy these days, uninstall ICQ and warcraft 3, or even uninstall your broadband connection. Which I’ve also done a few times when I’ve felt: I spend too much time on the internet it’s taking over my life, I don’t go out enough It makes me a bit cranky, maybe even shy in the bad moments What is thus: A creepy feeling: Overeating The food is not good for you. You are in complete control of your own.
And now, 25 years later, we live in the age of tech giants, billions of dollars, and evolving psycho-behavioral consumer knowledge about influence, commitment, and temptation. We also live in a time when you can no longer cancel your internet, and I think this is really intense, and I think it’s a very bad idea if we don’t use the services of this tech giant (its product of yours) in the future. Uninstall again freely. You can already see that going in that direction with Gmail (see university or work), with WhatsApp. The Internet is no longer ours, the user, it is almost completely dominated by commerce. That in itself is a shame, but it’s not a disaster, but I think it would become very scary if the same trade didn’t just drive away all the competition and spy on everyone and their unwanted profiles, follow them and send spam emails with targeted ads, targeted news, targeted search results and targeted language And..: If commerce itself would not only provide services on a collective and essentially free infrastructure, but also create an entirely new infrastructure in a disruptive way based on far-reaching commercial interests, then we would set a standard for how we communicate with each other (digitally). Then they are the gatekeeper, the referee, the officer, the product owner, the principal shareholder, the moderator: everything. Then they are in complete control of the digital system, and even that’s not the real scary thing about it: the scary thing is that an entire generation will think the Facebook world is the Internet. Then you get sort of similar big buy cases. Try red, it’s the new blue! Oh my goodness, that scenario is now fast approaching: privatized spaceflight, a rapidly declining habitable planet, and a new private commercial digital ecosystem driven by greed and manipulation. ooh!
I also don’t know, I’m already getting old 🙂 And the new generation will definitely think for themselves.
But there is a difference between being annoyed by ICQ bargaining and being completely trapped by the “Metaverse”.
In the year 2525 if a person is still alive
If a woman can survive, she may find
In the year 3535
I don’t need to tell the truth, don’t lie
Everything you think, do and say
Is it in the pill you took today?
In the year 4545
You don’t need your teeth, you don’t need your eyes
You won’t find anything to chew on
No one will look at you
In the year 5555
Your arms hanging at your sides
Your legs have nothing to do
Some machines do it for you
In the year 6565
You will not need a husband, and you will not need a wife
You will choose your son, and you will choose your daughter too
From the bottom of a long glass tube
In the year 7510
If God is coming, he must do it by then
Maybe he’ll look around and say
I think it’s time for doomsday
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