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The Internet Was Made For Business
Rule 36: There is always more fucked-up shit than what you just saw.
…the blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought.
It's the internet like the flu - it just spreads like crazy.
An Internet rumor claims that John Kerry had an affair with a young woman. When asked if this was similar to the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal, a spokesman said 'Close, but no cigar.'
Don't treat your business website like logistics, treat it like an employee.
It's like the Wild West, the Internet. There are no rules.
New York allows you to go deeper into the person you want to be. You're able to explore whatever your specific interests might be. You can eat good Japanese food if you want to eat good Japanese food. You can go and see your favorite author reading, and you can still listen to Radio Ulster on the internet as you have your breakfast. I love that.
In the travellers’ world, social media have enlarged the generation gap. The internet has brought a change in the very concept of travel as a process taking one away from the familiar into the unknown. Now the familiar is not left behind and the unknown has become familiar even before one leaves home. Unpredictability – to my generation the salt that gave travelling its savour – seems unnecessary if not downright irritating to many of the young. The sunset challenge – where to sleep? – has been banished by the ease of booking into a hostel or organised campsite with a street plan provided by the internet. Moreover, relatives and friends evidently expect regular reassurance about the traveller’s precise location and welfare – and vice versa, the traveller needing to know that all is well back home. Notoriously, dependence on instant communication with distant family and friends is known to stunt the development of self-reliance. Perhaps that is why, amongst younger travellers, one notices a new timidity.
I am being stalked across the Web. And why is this happening? Pretty simple: It's huge business.
As far as the Internet is concerned, we're not talking about closing the Internet. I'm talking about parts of Syria, parts of Iraq, where ISIS is, spotting it.
Then people started using it more and more and it became the most downloaded software on the internet.
The nature of the Internet and the importance of net neutrality is that innovation can come from everyone.
I go to the real world, not the Internet.
Any content, once made online, leaves an immortal footprint, which can rarely be erased completely.
There are hundreds of ways to make money using the Internet.
Nicholas G. Carr
What the Net seems to be doing is chipping away my capacity for concentration and contemplation. Whether I’m online or not, my mind now expects to take in information the way the Net distributes it: in a swiftly moving stream of particles. Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski.
Bored, anonymous, pathetic bloggers who lie annoy me.
Five years ago, we thought of the Web as a new medium, not a new economy.
It's good netiquette to get to know someone in social media before giving out your phone number. NetworkEtiquette.net
In the internet age, it may be time to update the “I think, therefore I am” quote of René Descartes to: “I have an opinion, therefore I am.
For people who are desperate and searching, sexuality on the Internet offers an incredible release.
I've compiled a book from the Internet. It's a book of quotations attributed to the wrong people.
I have an Internet radio show where people can call in for healing.
The internet is like a surround system, a landscape at its most benign, a closed system of surveillance and self-surveillance at its more sinister. Something we can no longer imagine an outside of.
Part of living in a free society is accepting that no idea is beyond being challenged or ridiculed, and that nothing is more stifling to free expression than being afraid to upset or offend.
I describe it as tribalism because they're very tightly woven communities. Lack of civility is part of it, because that's how Internet tribes behave. We see this more and more in electoral politics, which have become increasingly poisonous.
That's what's so great about the Internet. It allows pompous blow-hards to connect with other pompous blow-hards in a vast circle-jerk of pomposity.
I rarely get mentioned in the same category as these other guys who have come out after me...[b]ut maybe I'm not that, maybe I'm not an Internet rapper.
I think there's a lot of unnecessary bullshit on the Internet. You can drown in it.
The Internet is such a paradoxical space - it's limitless and totally bounded, apparently free yet corporate-controlled, apparently invisible yet surveilled, a place of disembodiment where bodies are policed and enviolenced, a place that is apparently 'nowhere'.
The internet, Facebook and Twitter have created mass communications and social spaces that regimes cannot control.
We know now that Donald Trump's comments are actually being used to recruit and radicalize on the Internet.
I'm very aware we are the first generation ever to have such incredible opportunities to express ourselves publicly to a worldwide audience.
Tribes will be defined by social enclaves on the internet, rather than by geography or kinship, but the world will be more fragmented and less tolerant, since ones real-world surroundings will not have the homogeneity of ones online clan.
See, what we were going to do was say, the Internet is this great business strategy tool.
Laws are like spider's webs: If some poor weak creature comes up against them, it is caught; but a big one can break through and get away.
You can't gaze in the crystal ball and see the future. What the Internet is going to be in the future is what society makes it.
I like the type of culture that the Internet allows to happen. And, of course, for some bizarre reason, that is cats!
Net Neutrality is what makes the Internet so great - and so vital for innovation and creativity.
I cling to this notion now because it is what allows me to feel a connection to a vast body of knowledge of which I am not master, much as I am able to live in a society bursting with information that I will never wholly comprehend. I take comfort from a lesson that seems implicit in the Talmud itself, which is that not knowing Torah is part of the lesson of Torah.
I've always been terrified of getting used to something that is actually killing me-a relationship or a job. But in those cases, you can count on a friend to say something. The Internet is different, because all my friends are in the same relationship.
Art is the only power capable of destroying the internet.
I think [the virtual choir] speaks well to a benevolent future for the Internet.
The Internet is the most effective instrument we have for globalization.
Now I have something. In fact, I have posted on the Internet more than Obama has. My birth certificate actually has signatures.
Marketing has taken such a complete shift, thanks to the internet.
I'm pretty sarcastic, and sometimes that doesn't come across on the Internet. It seems I'm being rude or stupid.
Making your own Netiquette is advanced internet use, but it's not that hard. It's all good. NetworkEtiquette.net
Michael Bassey Johnson
Internet makes you think that you have millions of friends, whereas you are your own friend.