People don't want actual friends on Facebook, they want an audience.

03 Nov 2016 | social media

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Robert Crawley:

I find the whole idea a kind of thief of life. That people should waste hours huddled around a wooden box, listening to someone talking at them, burbling inanities from somewhere else.

Malcolm Gladwell:

He knew he needed to do a better job of navigating the world, but he didn’t know how.
He’d had to make his way alone, and no one ever makes it alone.

[via /u/whocaresyouguy]


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