So says the book Alone Together and cited in this Guardian story. I can understand the scepticism, people don't understand, it leads to fear and we don't know where or what its leading to. I think some of these academics are high in their ivory towers looking down wondering what the hell is going on. Remember when you were shushed for talking in the library?
Twitter is the new talking in the library. Are there unacceptable places to check your smart phone? Not if you're in a group of social media savvy friends.
Twitter doesn't connect people.
Hmmmm, professor Sherry Turkle definitely wasn't at Taquiera Mercado Saturday night when a group of people, some only knowing each other through twitter got together. Talking and laughing like old friends.
No, I don't think twitter seperates people at all, it brings people closer together.
Metromixx even got involved, new media dragging in the old. Or or they hanging on for dear life?
David looked a little green when they handed him this, thanks for grabbing the check big guy
when the party got too big to be contained by TM any longer we headed for OTR
Laura basking in the glow of a party well planned
"We have invented inspiring and enhancing technologies, yet we have allowed them to diminish us," Turkle writes.
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