Human Interaction, The Next Scarcity

Every abundance creates a new scarcity1.

In high school, I used to write notes and letters to a girl who shared the same desk. That was a sweet piece of memory, maybe not at the time, but now.

Then the Internet came, and we all got excited.

This domain name was bought over a decade ago, marking the birth of my digital self. It has been a long journey ever since.

With the passage of time, I found that the Grid not only brought us closer physically, it also pushed us further emotionally.

One day, mankind will realise how the machines have separated us, and once again long for that human touch.

I hope.

References:

[1] Anderson, Chris. Free. New York: Hyperion, 2009. Print.

 
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