I was born in 1976 so my life can almost be split up into half life pre-internet, and half life with the world wide web.
Sometimes I think back and, through rose tinted spectacles, remember the halcyon days of pre-internet. Playing Chinese checkers with my grandma on the lawn. No video games, no computers, no internet, the only tv a 11” black and white set with 3 channels. Those were the days! It makes me feel positively old. You certainly didn’t have to worry about whether people were liking your picture of your cat on t’internet.
Would life have been more enjoyable with the internet? I don’t think so. It would have come in pretty handy for doing my homework, but apart from that I can’t say I lie awake at night – thinking if only I’d been able to read more twitter feeds as a child…
So here are some tips for navigating the world wide web.
Don’t read the comments.
I like this twitter feed,- don’t read the comments. I shall post a couple of my favourites.
“The problem with internet comments is that you can never really know who’s saying them.”
— Winston Churchill