Like many of you, a love of gadgets is what I have instead of a soul. So when I say that 2013 was the year consumer tech completely ran out of ideas, I'm not coming at this like a Luddite.
In order to keep humanity from imploding, we have to give up believing these things.
I'm starting to think we overreacted to the terrorism thing.
We're living in the glorious golden age of civilization and that life is improving for the species at a dizzying rate not even hippies could have hoped for in their smelliest dreams.
Famous people manage their image carefully. Thankfully the Internet still finds ways to discover the truth.
I play games for the same reason you do: because killing is the only thing that makes the headaches go away. But the more I see, the more I think game companies don't understand us at all.
Is the sudden, raging success of this genre a sign of a toxic corruption in the collective soul of our society? Probably!
We're about 20 years into widespread Internet use now, and it's easy to forget how many of the day-to-day anxieties we deal with are brand new to the species.
It turns out the mainstream media leaves out all of the most interesting parts. Trust us, the longer you look into this, the weirder it gets.
Most of the time, we don't need somebody else to debunk these stories for us, not if you know what to look for. For instance, this stuff should always raise red flags .