Over the past year, I’ve come to the realization that you are becoming the world. Literally. I’ve heard stories that there won’t be any newspaper, however it will all be published online. Anyone can watch movies for free, download music for free, or pay as well. The internet is becoming one of the most popular things ever.
Mark Zuckerberg believes in openness, and that’s why Facebook publishes everyone’s live feeds. That’s why when Facebook introduced the Live Feed, all the users had been freaking out because they felt ‘stalkerish.’ Which is totally understandable. But now, no one cares. In fact, most people love the idea of their friends’ activity is being published right in front of their eyes. Mark Zuckerberg really helped the world become a little more open. And in the future, we’ll be utterly open.
I realize that one day, everyone will use the internet, and the internet will be everyone’s lives. It’ll be a part of their accustomed day. I also realize that a lot of people don’t participate in websites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Dailybooth, or Tumblr, because they don’t realize that the world will be someday, so open to everything. Maybe they don’t want to be completely open. But most of these people, I noticed, tend to be adults. And I believe it’s because back when they were my age, they weren’t using computers, and internet, and being totally open with everyone. And then they tend say it’s all, “stupid.”
But hey, man. Do I go calling your generation stupid, because I wasn’t there, and the world is a little more advanced, and I use different products? No. That means you’re being a bully. (That’s a whole separate topic; bullies)
I also understand that the Internet is becoming my whole life, but very slowly. I mean, I love making videos. And it’s a huge part of my life, because I love doing it. I have an account for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Dailybooth, and even DeviantART. The internet is slowly becoming a huge part of my life, and I love it, and I’m not going to let anyone tell me it’s stupid. I’m not going to let someone be so naive.